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ROSETTE Thibaut PORTFOLIO ARCHITECTURE


Curriculum Vitae

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Work experience projects 01 Architect at the Regional Protection of Juvenile Oenders

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Studies projects 02 Public architecture

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03 Primary school

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04 Steel contest

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05 Patrimonial project

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06 City hall in Italy

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07 The wheel blade

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08 Opera house

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09 Models

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10 Architecture thesis

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11 Travels

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SUMMARY


Thibaut ROSETTE born 12/14/1989, in Vitry-le-François, France French, 26 years old 40 avenue Roger Salengro, 52100 Saint-Dizier, france (+33) 06 86 41 44 61 thibautrosette@gmail.com https://issuu.com/thibautrosette/docs

ARCHITECT

STUDIES ARCHITECT DIPLOMA ARCHITECTURE THESIS DIPLOMA PROJECT ERASMUS IN FLORENCE ARCHITECTURE LICENSE HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA

Architecture School of Nancy, France Alienation by incarceration, Travels and visits of penitenciaries Architecture School of Nancy, France "Stanislas Academy" Price Architecture School of Florence, Italy Architecture School of Nancy, France Mathemathicts specialization

WORK EXPERIENCES MINISTRY OF JUSTICE GRAPE HARVEST

Architect of the Regional Protection of Juvenile Offenders, Based in Nancy, France Project ownership 10 Seasons, in "Champagne", in "Beaujolais", and in "Bourgogne"

2015 - 2016

"Bagard et Luron" Agency, Architects in Nancy, France "Michel Bouvier" Agency, Architect in Saint-Dizier, France Saint-Dizier's new hospital construction site

2013 2009 / 2010 2008

2007 - 2016

INTERNSHIPS ARCHITECTURE AGENCIES CONSTRUCTION SITE

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS COMPUTERS TONGUES HAND DRAWING

Microsoft Office and Open Office suite Adobe suite : Photoshop, Illustrator, In Design, etc Autocad/Archicad, Sketchup/Artlantis, Vector Works English Italian French

TRAVELS AND HOBBIES STUDY TRAVELS TOURIST TRAVELS INTERESTED IN HOBBIES

Germany, England, Austria, Italy, Switzerland Scotland, United States, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Holland, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Slovakia Cinema Pool player, chess player, tennis player

ASSOCIATIVE ENGAGEMENTS ACTIVE MEMBER TREASURER VOLUNTEER

Students Association in the Architecture School of Nancy 40 Years Event of the Architecture School of Nancy balance positive (10 000 €) "RAMPART" Association reconstruction of an ancien fort based in Alps

5 years 2010 2010 / 2011

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The protection of juvenile offenders depends on the ministry of Justice. The mission is to apply decisions made by judges for children. Decisions can be about simple judiciary follow-ups, or sentences.

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Plans and elevation : Rehabilitation of the Educative House Unit of Strasbourg, France. Project management : Baussan-Palanche Architects.

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PROTECTION OF JUVENILE OFFENDERS

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Follow-ups are scheduled meetings in offices buildings. Sentences are 12 months placements in educative houses. The architect of the protection of juvenile offenders mission is to manage and take care of all the buildings. These are occupied, many, and different. The territory concerned includes 3 french areas : Alsace, Lorraine, and FrancheComté. It's about 50.000 km².

Picture : Restructuring of the Educative Placement Establishment of Laxou, France. Project managment : InSitu Architects

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PROTECTION OF JUVENILE OFFENDERS

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Almost 80 buildings are concerned. They all have different caracteritics depending on their missions. Types of buildings, states of conservation, public building norms, security parts of judiciary establishments, are all variants to which the architect has to adapt. Projects vary also according to their sites, theirs sizes, and the budgets allowed. Once the needs of an establishment are identified by the architect and the people working in, a request is made to the ministry of Justice. If it recieves a positive answer, an objective planning is also given, including multiple balance controls. Big size projects are rehabilitations or restructuring of educative houses. These establishments have a capacity of 12 young people and are equiped for a permanent living. But very often, the type of building isn't adapted to the expected mission.

Plans : Restructuring of the Educative Placement Establishment of Laxou, France. Project managment : InSitu Architects

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Ground floor demolitions

Ground floor project

PROTECTION OF JUVENILE OFFENDERS

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The architect follows every project from feasibility to the building delivery, including design and follow-up of construction site. He selects the people involved : project manager, construction companies, technical controller, building diagnostician, etc. He follows the public markets code, and assumes the role of project owner. Every project being unique, he is the only one proposing choices and people who should be involved. Decisions are finally made by public financiers. Budgets allowed vary between 400.000€ and 2.000.000€. The architect manages also a team of 3 people, who cares of different tasks like : buildings maintenance and periodic controls, public markets developments, and processing bills.

Plans : Restructuring of Reinforced Educative Center of Tonnoy, France. Project managment : Vulcano and Gibello Architects

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PROTECTION OF JUVENILE OFFENDERS

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This project takes places on the Carnot Square, in Nancy. It's about a large digging revealing the under level : the one of the car park.

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PUBLIC ARCHITECTURE Wide sky open amphitheater

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crosses over that digging. It is placed in the alignment of the "Serre" Street, one of those arriving to the square. The beam supports a double ramp linking both low and high levels. The ramp gives also access to the amphitheater steps on on the other.

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PUBLIC ARCHITECTURE Wide sky open amphitheater

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PUBLIC ARCHITECTURE Wide sky open amphitheater

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La couverture est soutenue par des câbles reprenant la trame préexistante du parking, mais dont la régularité estthe perturbée parare la cover, pass over beam, and tensioned between pillars.

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PUBLIC ARCHITECTURE ARCHITECTURE PUBLIQUE Wide sky openen amphitheater Amphithéàtre plein air

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The ďŹ rst will of the project is to give to the children the opportunity to understand the surrounding environement. We decide to open the building in two lake, then to the north, where industrial buildings stand. The

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PRIMARY SCHOOL For visually handicapped children

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We create a structural central spine inside the building. It provides informations on which side of it the children stand : to the lake or to the inductrial site. The spine is composed of identical modules. Children can use then as coatrack. In the section, the framework rests on the spine, providing the two wanted directions. Materials remain naked, aiming an educational approach of the building. Classrooms or activity room present different colours on their floor.

Entrance Section

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PRIMARY SCHOOL For visually handicapped children

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PRIMARY SCHOOL For visually handicapped children

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The framework plays a part open on the facade. They create plays of light thanks to high windows. covered by a second smaller curved wall, made with concrete bricks. These bricks are placed in the same orthogonal way that allows other plays of light.

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PRIMARY SCHOOL For visually handicapped children

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We have to imagine another stadium instead of the one standing in London. Using steel is the only command. We decide to bet on two advantages that this material can provide : his capacity to be re-converted, and his elegance.

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STEEL CONTEST Olympic stadium in London

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By re-converted we mean his capacity to be used for other events, once the Olympic Games are over. That's why we anticipate during the conception how this stadium can become an eventual music center. Two facing structures are like skeletons, waiting for a cover. Both future concert halls will be united around a central square. Seats actually remaining at that place are designed to be dismantled.

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STEEL CONTEST Olympic stadium in London

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Using steel tubes can create an elegant and uid struture, gathering a large space inside it. Steel can marry ethic and aesthetic to design two complex programs.

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STEEL CONTEST Olympic stadium in London

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This project is realized during a workshop organized by the city of Sedan, France. The scale of the project is the bloc composed of ancien housings, ďŹ ew shops, and an ancien classic Church. The empty space within this bloc has no use today but a parking lot and some anarchical little extensions.

many types of construtions

unhealthy buildings dilapidated buildings buildings in quite good state of conservation buildings in very well state of conservation vacant buildings

the River

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the Bloc, the Church, the Square

the Castle

PATRIMONIAL PROJECT Saint-Charles Church bloc in Sedan, France

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After individual investigations on each building, we note that the site needs a global project. Constructions are indeed quite deteriorated. We therefore confront our analysis to the actual historical buildings saving strategy, established by the city itself. Our conclusions being dierent, we propose a new kind of uniďŹ ed bloc, and rehabilitated buildings. buildings to conserve buildings unprotected buildings that can be demolished site suitable for building purposes new alignment

unique well conserved balcony in the street

18th century building, in an angle, ground floor unoccupied

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illogical and unsightly part

vacant building with obstruted windows, shops facades but no sign of activity

building divided into two properties, deteriorated facade

PATRIMONIAL PROJECT Saint-Charles Church bloc in Sedan, France

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We propose three levels of - find the existant façade extensions. Create a true bloc heart for inhabitants, and make it closed at each side of Saint-Charles street. - reverse the housing oriensouth.

- create a square in front of the church for a pubic use like for example café terraces.

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PATRIMONIAL PROJECT Saint-Charles Church bloc in Sedan, France

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San Gimignano is an old Tuscan village, medieval and very dense. We therefore place the project outside the ramparts, near the south tower. The site presents a oering a view over the Tuscan landscape. We create in the ďŹ rst place a very large square with many steps. The building takes place in the middle of it, following the way of the slope. It is fully open on its corresponds to the rampart level. This cover becomes a large belvedere for the many tourists the village welcomes.

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CITY HALL IN ITALY Outside an old Tuscan village

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This blade wheel, in the middle of a little french village, in the center of a valley, is the site of this little project. The energy the wheel continues to produce has no use since a long time, but it's still turning. We propose to install this fountain made in steel. The wheel pumps the water and, by a cyclic move, activates the arms of the fountain.

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THE BLADE WHEEL Old French village in the "Vosges" mountains, contest won

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The project takes place on Stanislas square in Nancy, the heart of the old city. In the 18th century, and new towns, King Stanislas establishes an urban logic with new axes. The square represents the crossing of it. This empty space, approximatly hundred meters by hundred meters is determined by seven facades.

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OPERA HOUSE "Stanislas Academy" Architecture price

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When the Opera was built, in the beginning of the 19th century, the decision is made to place it on Stanislas Square. The architect, Joseph Hornecker, conserves the pre-existant facade, dated of the 18th century. The size and the proportions of his project therefore follow this choice.

composed of the ďŹ rst historical building (including the public part, the theater, and the scene placed at 3,50m over the street level). Two others buildings have been created the other for scenery.

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OPERA HOUSE "Stanislas Academy" Architecture Price

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The project is the extension of the opera house which inside space is actually too limited considered to its real needs. The site is the ancient rampart, aside of it. The magic of opera takes place in the interaction between the performance and its audience. It represents an enormous previous work, on several months, concerning many dierent professions. The opera art includes singing, dancing, music, sewing, and scenery. What the opera does is gathering all this artistic works and synchronizing it during the performance.

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OPERA HOUSE "Stanislas Academy" Architecture price

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"Two hundred people live in this House." The building has also technical problems : scenery is carried by a 18% ramp from the street level to the stage, and practice rooms are either inappropriated or absent. For example, during our visits, an improvised dancing studio was installed in the public lobby. The ancient rampart is just up north. It has three characteristics : its unusual form, its imposing mass, and its privileged position in the city center. The form is like a triangle cut in its west part, which explains how strange it looks now.

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OPERA HOUSE "Stanislas Academy" Architecture price

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This mass serves only to an elevated parking. Different urban level private garden, the opera facade, and some café terraces.

An opera house's first need repeat, technicians work on scenary... As many coexistences as potenstage ? How to make it available as soon as necessary ? We propose another stage, with only a technical use. Both stages have their different purpose : one for scenary assembly, mances. The technical stage has to be dimensioned like the original, but can obviously be treated like a complete different space.

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OPERA HOUSE "Stanislas Academy" Architecture price

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Therefore there is no use for it to be dark or orientated. It's more about a construction site where temporary structure can be installed. A maximum of light is provided by facades made of glass materials. This new stage has to be located aside of the existant, like it has slided. Both stages communicate by their widths. The existant facade is demolished for a new technical large door. Scenery can now switch from a stage to another. When the performance is on, the technical door remains closed, sealed to light and noises.

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OPERA HOUSE "Stanislas Academy" Architecture price

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Position and size of the technical stage is the project's ďŹ rst choice. It permits to physically link the opera to the rampart. Without it, they would be still not touching. This stage becomes easily recognizable as a double of the existant one, event with a contemporary aspect. A square is created in front of it, providing the entry of the extension part. The mass of the rampart (4,70 meters high) is a chance : thick walls contain thousands cubic meters of earth. We dig it, lowering the ground level and conserving the walls that become a paddock. The new level is now the one of the existant stage (3,50 meters high over the street). How to gather two hundred people around the same passion, the opera art ? Or, from an architectural point of view : what makes an opera a house ? It's a typological problem. The answer proposed is a sketch of levels

paddock. The sliding of the stage The rest of the program is set on the new large ground, including a choir repetition room, an orchestra repetistudio. Facades of the extension are made of transparent glass, the paddock is the real felt limit of this space. Some spaces need to be closed, that's why we place four with wood inside of it. This blocs sustain the cover without the help of any pilar.

points of view from the square

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OPERA HOUSE "Academy of Stanislas" Architecture price

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Concerning the part of the project behind the actual stage, we demolish the actual scenary building. A new yard is now avaiThe different floors are reorganized : scenary delivery at the ground floor, backstage at the first floor, changing rooms at the second and third floors. A new floor is created for the sewing studio, on top of the

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OPERA HOUSE "Stasnislas Academy" Architecture price

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The first idea came from a simple and obvious fact : during five years studying architecture, no one taught us how to lock up people. But we do need architects to design jails. There is an adage, famous in architecture, saying that a good project can only de created thanks to a constraint. Then what would be a project aiming the constraint itself? The story of french prisons, since the Middle Age until today, is the story of how to lock up people and in which purposes. Prison is a legal way to punish, almost systematic. However, it defines a sentence only in terms of time, instead of time of life spent, which is a big defect. To purge a prison sentence is to deprive someone of his freedom during a specific time, but this definition only by a negation is not enough. A sentence has to be a constructive project of rahabilitation. By locking up someone, we do not exclude him, like the banishment used to do, we make ourselves responsable of him and his future. The architecture who permits to lock up people is made of constraints, is complex, and is about repetition. It manages more than it punishes. It is a tool to deal with flows in time and in space, flows of human beings. The specificity of the "material" on which it uses its power makes it a very unique instrument, in its physical aspect and in the way penitentiary administration uses it.

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Prison marks the body and the mind of those it detains. It makes them internalize notions alien to them, even contrary to the vision they have about themselves. The prisoner is not intended to be managed as he however would be, he alienates himself to resist, survive, or just purge his sentence. Depriving his freedom to someone hasn't still be prooved as usefull. The propensity for the society to lock up people looks more like a defensive act, absurd since we know that prison is a failure : it doesn't protect, punish, or rehabilitate. To build prisons today is consequently a dangerous strategy, at least if we talk about prisons in the same way as we did during more than two centuries. It's time to ask ourselves what kind of prison we want. What prison for what sentence ? Perpetuate a model that fails is for the moment the only option we consider. This reponsability is shared : politcians, jurists, penitentiary administrators, architects, and citizens. Here, the part of work concerning the architect is the one who deďŹ nes the decent material conditions of living for prisoners, and also a sketch of what could be a life project inside the building. Such an architecture would be more like the ones we use every day, even if it would still be required and then contrary to the ones we enjoy, thanks to our freedom to come and go. Prisons visited : Penitentiary of Avignon, France Penitentiary of Mauzac, France Penitentiary of Lyon, France Penitentiary of Rennes, France Penitentiary of Marseille, France Penitentiary of Clairvaux, France

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