ENTROPIA results from the strict application of a five point protocol The first one, called pattern, consists in identifying a material environment convenient to the development of architecture. The second one: the domain, given by the negative configurations of the pattern, bounds the perimeter. Then: the entity establishes the basic volume of the object. It is defined by a neutral transposition of the width of the domain to height. The syntax settles the organization of the basic volumes. Finally, the track corresponds as the resultant architecture of these previous four operations wich where invested and corrupted by the individuals. By following point by point the statements of the protocol, a 10 meters wide, 10 meters high disk of 3.6 km of circumference was generated. The generated structure allows an equal distribution of light, spaces, and access. No dominating architectural element favors a use rather than an other one. We then suggested some possible occupations, by positioning us, not as architects, but as individuals who would appropriate intuitively this structural skeleton. These interventions are the product of the confrontation between this building and the uses suggested by the direct environment and the landscape.
Specifications required to hold together different programs within a 240m2 plateau. The core concentrates the access and technical parts while the workspaces are placed on the peripheric border, closer to natural light. Partitioning is reduced to its bare minimum. Designed as a single space , the ground is fully covered with cork which unify the space reading and improve sound quality . Flexible walls in white PVC are mount on a single rail to create new bounderies as needed. Each furniture is custom designed .
The series of assemblies furniture is built on fixed geometries with variable contents. Furniture elements consistently exhibit a resin part with is coupled with other materials. By different combinations of hues, opacities and finishes, each part compose a furniture of choice. Thus, objects can be assembled and reassembled to a changing environment and needs. The resin used is an acrylic base with an inorganic filling material. It is a solid material, homogeneous and non-porous composed of a third acrylic resin (PMMA) and of two-third pf aluminium hydroxyde of natural minerals produced from bauxite. Various types of metal and wood species can complete assemblies according to the objects. Dimensions: 75 cm ø , height: 45cm Materials: Resin 12mm, glass, marble Price: On demand
Graduated of the Special School of Architecture, Romain Freychet and Antoine Prax united their skills to establish a multidisciplinary studio named GRAMME. Summoning their experiences in scenography, design, 3D imaging and architecture, their work builds itself through the perpetual interaction of these disciplines. Worried of creating every project as a unique piece, GRAMME attempts to draw the material outlines and the needs of each projects. They envisage the architect’s job as being based on the relation and the exchange with the project ownership, on the detail and concerns, to bring custom-made solutions in the development of an innovative, nervous and precise style.
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