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Design Studios

Catalogue

2015-2016

Open Market Maha Lassouad

UTC

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Design Studio

Catalogue

2015-2016

UTC

Year

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Dear Members of University Tunis Carthage Community

Since its inception in 1993, University Tunis Carthage has dedicated itself to the promotion of excellence in teaching and to the preparation of Tunisia’s future leaders. One of the most distinctive attributes of UTC has always been its constant commitment to leadership in each field we teach. While various international reports on higher education describe today’s universities as slow and unresponsive organizations hindered by traditions and bureaucratic hurdles, at UTC we pride ourselves on having a flexible structure and entrepreneurial culture that propels us to stay at the forefront of education by constantly examining our ever-changing environment, developing and improving our programs to provide our students with a practical education that enables them to achieve their fullest potential.

As we are launching our first studio design catalogue for the academic year of 2015/2016, I look back with pride and affection at the multitude of goals we have accomplished during the past 17 years since the inception of the UTC School of Architecture in 1999. Today, as the oldest private school of architecture in Tunisia with a growing national reputation, UTC School of Architecture shows no indication of stopping to relax. While some architecture schools still function as academies offering a one-size-fits-all training, at UTC we celebrate diversity and open our doors to debate and disagreement as we believe that there is no one true way of doing architecture. This is why we reach to critics, professors and architects from around the world to share their ideas with us and expand our students’ thinking. The School of Architecture is fully committed to the University’s mission of leadership and academic excellence. The most recent examples of this commitment to excellence are our design studios (ateliers d’architecture) led by a group of distinguished American professors and architects. The creation of these American-faculty-led studio designs is a transformational development unique in Tunisia.

I am most grateful to Professor Stanley Hallet and his team, all of whom agreed to serve beyond the time they would have wished in order to implement these innovative American-faculty-led design studios during the first and second semester of the academic year 2015/2016. I am pleased to present the UTC Design Studio Catalogue for the academic year of 2015/2016 celebrating selected projects completed by the first year architecture students’ work completed during this past academic year.

With a productive year behind us, we are earnestly focused on what lies ahead, as 2016/2017 will be another invigorating year for UTC and our School of Architecture. We look forward to implementing the next phase of our programs and design studios reform plan as I am confident that this is the beginning of a transforming the School of Architecture curriculum. This can only raise UTC’s architecture program quality and contribute to advancing architecture education in Tunisia.

Sincerely,

Khaldoun Ben Taarit

President

University Tunis Carthage

UTC

Year

1

Design Studios

Catalogue

2015-2016

Dear Members of University Tunis Carthage Community, French translation

Since its inception in 1993, University Tunis Carthage has dedicated itself to the promotion of excellence in teaching and to the preparation of Tunisia’s future leaders. One of the most distinctive attributes of UTC has always been its constant commitment to leadership in each field we teach. While various international reports on higher education describe today’s universities as slow and unresponsive organizations hindered by traditions and bureaucratic hurdles, at UTC we pride ourselves on having a flexible structure and entrepreneurial culture that propels us to stay at the forefront of education by constantly examining our ever-changing environment, developing and improving our programs to provide our students with a practical education that enables them to achieve their fullest potential.

As we are launching our first studio design catalogue for the academic year of 2015/2016, I look back with pride and affection at the multitude of goals we have accomplished during the past 17 years since the inception of the UTC School of Architecture in 1999. Today, as the oldest private school of architecture in Tunisia with a growing national reputation, UTC School of Architecture shows no indication of stopping to relax. While some architecture schools still function as academies offering a one-size-fits-all training, at UTC we celebrate diversity and open our doors to debate and disagreement as we believe that there is no one true way of doing architecture. This is why we reach to critics, professors and architects from around the world to share their ideas with us and expand our students’ thinking. The School of Architecture is fully committed to the University’s mission of leadership and academic excellence. The most recent examples of this commitment to excellence are our design studios (ateliers d’architecture) led by a group of distinguished American professors and architects. The creation of these American-faculty-led studio designs is a transformational development unique in Tunisia.

I am most grateful to Professor Stanley Hallet and his team, all of whom agreed to serve beyond the time they would have wished in order to implement these innovative American-faculty-led design studios during the first and second semester of the academic year 2015/2016. I am pleased to present the UTC Design Studio Catalogue for the academic year of 2015/2016 celebrating selected projects completed by the first year architecture students’ work completed during this past academic year.

With a productive year behind us, we are earnestly focused on what lies ahead, as 2016/2017 will be another invigorating year for UTC and our School of

Architecture. We look forward to implementing the next phase of our programs and design studios reform plan as I am confident that this is the beginning of a transforming the School of Architecture curriculum. This can only raise UTC’s architecture program quality and contribute to advancing architecture education in Tunisia.

Sincerely,

Khaldoun Ben Taarit

President

University Tunis Carthage

Design Studios

Catalogue

2015-2016

UTC

Year

1

The Design Workshop

The UTC School of Architecture is currently revisiting their design studio content and methodologies and has invited a team of distinguished American educators and architects to participate in three to four week long design studio/workshops intended to bring a fresh pedagogical approach to both the content and methodology informing the first and second year design studios.

The studio/workshops meet Monday through Friday each week at the beginning of the academic year when and where the professors will explore unique exercises in design developed for introductory and continuing students of architectural design. A team of distinguished American educators and architects have ebeen invited to lead the studios alongside of their Tunisian counterparts. It is the intent of the proposed exercises to inform the development of future studios given at UTC during the following academic years .

The First Year Workshop Studio consists primarily of exercises focused on the exploration of an architectural vocabulary appropriate to both the unique culture and climate of the Tunisian landscape. It will at the same time develop an architectural language consistent with contemporary thought and discourse. The Second Year Workshop Studio will build upon such design strategies applying such lessons to modest architectural proposals at a variety of urban and architectural scales.

The Design Workshop French translation

The UTC School of Architecture is currently revisiting their design studio content and methodologies and has invited a team of distinguished American educators and architects to participate in three to four week long design studio/workshops intended to bring a fresh pedagogical approach to both the content and methodology informing the first and second year design studios.

The studio/workshops meet Monday through Friday each week at the beginning of the academic year when and where the professors will explore unique exercises in design developed for introductory and continuing students of architectural design. A team of distinguished American educators and architects have ebeen invited to lead the studios alongside of their Tunisian counterparts. It is the intent of the proposed exercises to inform the development of future studios given at UTC during the following academic years .

The First Year Workshop Studio consists primarily of exercises focused on the exploration of an architectural vocabulary appropriate to both the unique culture and climate of the Tunisian landscape. It will at the same time develop an architectural language consistent with contemporary thought and discourse. The Second Year Workshop Studio will build upon such design strategies applying such lessons to modest architectural proposals at a variety of urban and architectural scales

The Team:

The studio workshops are led by Professor Emeritus Stanley Ira Hallet, FAIA, former Dean of the School of Architecture and Planning at The Catholic University of America and Former Studio Head, Paris, France. He is a published author and filmmaker, Fulbright Lecturer and winner of 12 AIA Design Awards. He is joined by Architect Richard Loosle, RA, founder of KUBE architecture, Washington, DC and distinguished design critic and winner of over 30 Design Awards. Other team members include Professor Emeritus Robert Dean Hermanson, Distinguished Professor of Architecture, published author and winner of 15 AIA Awards currently lecturing in Oxford, England and Architect George Martin, former head of Introductory Studios at The Catholic University of America and a published architect and recent winner of the French Gabriel Prize. More recently, the team has been joined by Cindy Nguyen, former director for The Catholic University of America, Paris Architecture Program and field studies instructor, currently working in Bristol, England.

The Team: French translation

The studio workshops are led by Professor Emeritus Stanley Ira Hallet, FAIA, former Dean of the School of Architecture and Planning at The Catholic University of America and Former Studio Head, Paris, France. He is a published author and filmmaker, Fulbright Lecturer and winner of 12 AIA Design Awards. He is joined by Architect Richard Loosle, RA, founder of KUBE architecture, Washington, DC and distinguished design critic and winner of over 30 Design Awards. Other team members include Professor Emeritus Robert Dean Hermanson, Distinguished Professor of Architecture, published author and winner of 15 AIA Awards currently lecturing in Oxford, England and Architect George Martin, former head of Introductory Studios at The Catholic University of America and a published architect and recent winner of the French Gabriel Prize. More recently, the team has been joined by Cindy Nguyen, former director for The Catholic University of America, Paris Architecture Program and field studies instructor, currently working in Bristol, England.

UTC

1yr ex1

Intensive Design

Workshop

Naskhi Kufi

7 days

The first of three short exercise designed to introduce beginning architectural students to the basic elements of design as well as to encourage the students to explore urban architectural and landscape relationships during the very first days of studio

It also introduced basic 3D digital media in the form of SketchUp and graphic presentation systems in the form of InDesign.

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critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

The world of design seems to be constantly exploring two opposite tendencies, one based upon the vegetal world of curves found in nature, the other constructed by man out of the straight lines found in descriptive geometry. Civilizations explored both extremes, often moving over time from one disposition to the other, separating or combining them at will. Artists (Mondrian versus Calder), Architects (Mies Van Der Roe versus Le Courbusier) and Landscape Design (Moghul versus Japanese) explore such tendencies with passion. Of interest, the art of Islamic Calligraphy falls into two great fields of calligraphy; Kufi and Naskhi. Simply understood, Kufi, composed of straight lines relates well to the properties of the materials of construction (bricks and tiles) and the media of printing. Naskhi. responds to the flowing movement of the pen and relates to the tradition of writing on parchment. Of note, Kufi script often bursts into the vegetal (floriated Kufi) as overlaps and combinations of the two forms of calligraphy continue to be developed. The studio problem will explore these two worlds of Kufi and Naskhi. in the development of two and three dimensional models that can exist at a variety of scales and imply both the organizations of garden terrains as well as urban fabric.

Le monde du design semble constamment explorer deux tendances opposées, l’une est basée sur les courbes du monde végétal trouvées dans la nature, l’autre, construit par l’homme par des lignes droites trouvées dans la géométrie descriptive. Les civilisations ont exploré ces deux extrêmes au fil du temps passant d’une disposition à une autre, les séparant ou les combinant à volonté. Les artistes (Mondrian vs Calder), architectes (Mies Van Der Roe vs Le Corbusier) et les paysagistes (Moghul vs Japonais) ont de même exploré ces tendances avec passion. Dans ce contexte, l’art de la calligraphie islamique se divise en deux grandes tendances ; Kufi and Naskhi. L’écriture Kufi, composée de lignes droites, se limite aux matériaux de construction (briques et tuiles) et à l’impression. L’écriture Naskhi prend forme des mouvements fluides du crayon et est relative aux traditions d’écriture sur parchemin. Il est à noter que l’écriture Kufi s’immerge dans le végétal (Kufi floral) puisque la combinaison et l’enchevêtrement des deux formes de calligraphie continuent à être développés. L’exercice explorera le monde de l’écriture Kufi et Naskhi pour le développement de modèles en 2D et 3D pouvant exister à plusieurs échelles et impliquant aussi bien l’organisation de jardins que de tissu urbain.

MuCem - Musée des civlisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée, Marseille, France, Arch. Rudy Ricciotti

Foundation Louis Vuitton, Paris, France

Architecte Frank Gehry

UTC

1yr ex1

Naskhi Kufi

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Hamza Youssef

The world of design seems to be constantly exploring two opposite tendencies, one based upon the vegetal world of curves found in nature, the other constructed by man out of the straight lines found in descriptive geometry. Civilizations explored both extremes, often moving over time from one disposition to the other, separating or combining them at will.

The studio problem will explore these two worlds of Kufi and Naskh calligraphy in the development of two and three-dimensional models that can exist at a variety of scales and imply both the organizations of garden terrains as well as the urban fabric.

UTC

1yr ex1

Naskhi Kufi

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Henni Chokri

Le monde du design semble constamment explorer deux tendances opposées, l’une est basée sur les courbes du monde végétal trouvées dans la nature, l’autre, construit par l’homme par des lignes droites trouvées dans la géométrie descriptive. Les civilisations ont exploré ces deux extrêmes au fil du temps passant d’une disposition à une autre, les séparant ou les combinant à volonté.

L’exercice explorera le monde de l’écriture Kufi et Naskhi pour le développement de modèles en 2D et 3D pouvant exister à plusieurs échelles et impliquant aussi bien l’organisation de jardins que de tissu urbain. .

UTC

1yr ex1

Naskhi Kufi

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Chaaben Sahar

The world of design seems to be constantly exploring two opposite tendencies, one based upon the vegetal world of curves found in nature, the other constructed by man out of the straight lines found in descriptive geometry. Civilizations explored both extremes, often moving over time from one disposition to the other, separating or combining them at will.

The studio problem will explore these two worlds of Kufi and Naskh calligraphy in the development of two and three-dimensional models that can exist at a variety of scales and imply both the organizations of garden terrains as well as the urban fabric.

UTC

1yr ex1

Naskhi Kufi

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Mayssa

Abdennadher

Le monde du design semble constamment explorer deux tendances opposées, l’une est basée sur les courbes du monde végétal trouvées dans la nature, l’autre, construit par l’homme par des lignes droites trouvées dans la géométrie descriptive. Les civilisations ont exploré ces deux extrêmes au fil du temps passant d’une disposition à une autre, les séparant ou les combinant à volonté.

L’exercice explorera le monde de l’écriture Kufi et Naskhi pour le développement de modèles en 2D et 3D pouvant exister à plusieurs échelles et impliquant aussi bien l’organisation de jardins que de tissu urbain. .

UTC

1yr ex1 Naskhi Kufi

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Atef Khediri

Le monde du design semble constamment explorer deux tendances opposées, l’une est basée sur les courbes du monde végétal trouvées dans la nature, l’autre, construit par l’homme par des lignes droites trouvées dans la géométrie descriptive. Les civilisations ont exploré ces deux extrêmes au fil du temps passant d’une disposition à une autre, les séparant ou les combinant à volonté.

L’exercice explorera le monde de l’écriture Kufi et Naskhi pour le développement de modèles en 2D et 3D pouvant exister à plusieurs échelles et impliquant aussi bien l’organisation de jardins que de tissu urbain. .

UTC

1yr ex1

Naskhi Kufi

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

N’gboba Ruth

Le monde du design semble constamment explorer deux tendances opposées, l’une est basée sur les courbes du monde végétal trouvées dans la nature, l’autre, construit par l’homme par des lignes droites trouvées dans la géométrie descriptive. Les civilisations ont exploré ces deux extrêmes au fil du temps passant d’une disposition à une autre, les séparant ou les combinant à volonté.

L’exercice explorera le monde de l’écriture Kufi et Nashi pour le développement de modèles en 2D et 3D pouvant exister à plusieurs échelles et impliquant aussi bien l’organisation de jardins que de tissu urbain. .

UTC

1yr ex1

Naskhi Kufi

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Barouni Syrene

The world of design seems to be constantly exploring two opposite tendencies, one based upon the vegetal world of curves found in nature, the other constructed by man out of the straight lines found in descriptive geometry. Civilizations explored both extremes, often moving over time from one disposition to the other, separating or combining them at will.

The studio problem will explore these two worlds of Kufi and Naskh calligraphy in the development of two and three-dimensional models that can exist at a variety of scales and imply both the organizations of garden terrains as well as the urban fabric.

UTC

1yr ex1

Naskhi Kufi

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Chaher Ben Ghorbel

The world of design seems to be constantly exploring two opposite tendencies, one based upon the vegetal world of curves found in nature, the other constructed by man out of the straight lines found in descriptive geometry. Civilizations explored both extremes, often moving over time from one disposition to the other, separating or combining them at will.

The studio problem will explore these two worlds of Kufi and Naskh calligraphy in the development of two and three-dimensional models that can exist at a variety of scales and imply both the organizations of garden terrains as well as the urban fabric.

UTC

1yr ex2

Intensive Design

Workshop

Thin Wall

Thick Wall 7 days

The second of three short exercises is designed to introduce the beginning student to space making through the manipulation of a single thin or thick wall. Extrusions of the wall combined with overhead beams and further manipulations of the ground define potentially rich urban and architectural spaces.

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

The wall is ever present in architecture, defining space structurally as well as giving character to what is behind as well as in front of the wall. In Tunisia, a wall traditionally constructed of stone and rubble provides privacy as well as shelter from the hot desert sun. When surmounted by vaults or domes, the wall often requires counter-forces or buttresses to resist lateral structural forces. The beautiful mosques of Djerba demonstrate these structural forces as well as provide shade. This exercise provides an opportunity to explore the Thin Wall (1m deep by 5m high) or the Thick Wall (5m deep by 5m high) that can be played with, eliminated in part or extracted ‘pulled out’ to provide structure and shade. Ultimately, both variations of the exercise can construct exterior landscapes that further define the very process of making architectural shelter, urban fabric and the interweaving of the landscape.

Le mur est toujours présent en architecture, structurant l’espace et donnant du caractère à ce qui se trouve devant ou derrière lui. En Tunisie, un mur traditionnel construit de pierres et de graviers procure de l’intimité à l’espace et un abri de la chaleur du désert. Quand il est surmonté par des voûtes ou des dômes, le mur requiert des appuis ou des contreforts pour résister aux forces structurelles latérales. Les belles mosquées de Djerba témoignent de ces caractéristiques tout comme elles offrent de l’ombre. L’exercice ‘Thin Wall or Thick Wall’ offre une opportunité pour explorer un mur fin (1m x 5m) ou un mur très épais (6m x 5m) à modéliser en soustrayant quelques parties ou en procédant à des extractions pour créer des éléments de structure, de l’ombre et probablement pour définir un paysage extérieur construit qu’on peut explorer à une échelle architecturale et urbaine.

Mosquée Sidi Fadhloun Djerba, Tunisia

UTC

1yr ex2

Thin Wall

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Talbi Jaouher

The wall is ever present in architecture, defining space structurally as well as giving character to what is behind as well as in front of the wall. In Tunisia, a wall traditionally constructed of stone and rubble provides privacy as well as shelter from the hot desert sun.

The beautiful mosques of Djerba demonstrate these characteristics as well as provide shade.

A relatively Thin Wall can be played with, eliminated in part or extracted ‘pulled out’ to provide structure, shade and possibly define a constructed exterior landscape that can be explored at both an architectural and urban scale.

UTC

1yr ex2

Thin Wall

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Ons Zoghlami

Le mur est toujours présent en architecture, structurant l’espace et donnant du caractère à ce qui se trouve devant ou derrière lui. En Tunisie, un mur traditionnel construit de pierres et de graviers procure de l’intimité à l’espace et un abri de la chaleur du désert. . Les belles mosquées de Djerba témoignent de ces caractéristiques tout comme elles offrent de l’ombre.

L’exercice offre une opportunité pour explorer un mur fin à modéliser en soustrayant quelques parties ou en procédant à des extractions pour créer des éléments de structure, de l’ombre et probablement pour définir un paysage extérieur construit qu’on peut explorer à une échelle architecturale et urbaine.

UTC

1yr ex2

Thin Wall

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Maha Lassoued

The wall is ever present in architecture, defining space structurally as well as giving character to what is behind as well as in front of the wall. In Tunisia, a wall traditionally constructed of stone and rubble provides privacy as well as shelter from the hot desert sun.

The beautiful mosques of Djerba demonstrate these characteristics as well as provide shade.

A relatively Thin Wall can be played with, eliminated in part or extracted ‘pulled out’ to provide structure, shade and possibly define a constructed exterior landscape that can be explored at both an architectural and urban scale.

UTC

1yr ex2

Thin Wall

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Zrafi Azza

Le mur est toujours présent en architecture, structurant l’espace et donnant du caractère à ce qui se trouve devant ou derrière lui. En Tunisie, un mur traditionnel construit de pierres et de graviers procure de l’intimité à l’espace et un abri de la chaleur du désert. . Les belles mosquées de Djerba témoignent de ces caractéristiques tout comme elles offrent de l’ombre.

L’exercice offre une opportunité pour explorer un mur fin à modéliser en soustrayant quelques parties ou en procédant à des extractions pour créer des éléments de structure, de l’ombre et probablement pour définir un paysage extérieur construit qu’on peut explorer à une échelle architecturale et urbaine.

UTC

1yr ex2

Thin Wall

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Hammami Ons

The wall is ever present in architecture, defining space structurally as well as giving character to what is behind as well as in front of the wall. In Tunisia, a wall traditionally constructed of stone and rubble provides privacy as well as shelter from the hot desert sun.

The beautiful mosques of Djerba demonstrate these characteristics as well as provide shade.

A relatively Thin Wall can be played with, eliminated in part or extracted ‘pulled out’ to provide structure, shade and possibly define a constructed exterior landscape that can be explored at both an architectural and urban scale.

UTC

1yr ex2

Thin Wall

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Mayssa

Abdennadher

Le mur est toujours présent en architecture, structurant l’espace et donnant du caractère à ce qui se trouve devant ou derrière lui. En Tunisie, un mur traditionnel construit de pierres et de graviers procure de l’intimité à l’espace et un abri de la chaleur du désert. . Les belles mosquées de Djerba témoignent de ces caractéristiques tout comme elles offrent de l’ombre.

L’exercice offre une opportunité pour explorer un mur fin à modéliser en soustrayant quelques parties ou en procédant à des extractions pour créer des éléments de structure, de l’ombre et probablement pour définir un paysage extérieur construit qu’on peut explorer à une échelle architecturale et urbaine.

UTC

1yr ex2

Thin Wall

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Hamza Youssef

The wall is ever present in architecture, defining space structurally as well as giving character to what is behind as well as in front of the wall. In Tunisia, a wall traditionally constructed of stone and rubble provides privacy as well as shelter from the hot desert sun.

The beautiful mosques of Djerba demonstrate these characteristics as well as provide shade.

A relatively Thin Wall can be played with, eliminated in part or extracted ‘pulled out’ to provide structure, shade and possibly define a constructed exterior landscape that can be explored at both an architectural and urban scale.

UTC

1yr ex2

Thin Wall

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Barouni Syrine

Le mur est toujours présent en architecture, structurant l’espace et donnant du caractère à ce qui se trouve devant ou derrière lui. En Tunisie, un mur traditionnel construit de pierres et de graviers procure de l’intimité à l’espace et un abri de la chaleur du désert.

Les belles mosquées de Djerba témoignent de ces caractéristiques tout comme elles offrent de l’ombre.

L’exercice offre une opportunité pour explorer un mur fin à modéliser en soustrayant quelques parties ou en procédant à des extractions pour créer des éléments de structure, de l’ombre et probablement pour définir un paysage extérieur construit qu’on peut explorer à une échelle architecturale et urbaine.

UTC

1yr ex2

Thin Wall

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Amani Chahed

The wall is ever present in architecture, defining space structurally as well as giving character to what is behind as well as in front of the wall. In Tunisia, a wall traditionally constructed of stone and rubble provides privacy as well as shelter from the hot desert sun.

The beautiful mosques of Djerba demonstrate these characteristics as well as provide shade.

A relatively Thin Wall can be played with, eliminated in part or extracted ‘pulled out’ to provide structure, shade and possibly define a constructed exterior landscape that can be explored at both an architectural and urban scale.

UTC

1yr ex3

Intensive Design

Workshop

Kit of Parts 12 days

The third of three short exercises explores the making of architectural space through the maniplation of a basic kit of architectural parts consisting of the wall, the column, the floor slab and the vault.

A modular grid provides the game board for eventually combining a garden retreat with a simple architectural program. SketchUp modeling combined with enhanced plug-ins further enhances the resulting architectural and landscape proposals.

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

To explore a game of space making, we have assembled a kit of parts. The basic kit contains thick and thin columns, small and large beams, a set of joists or shading devices and a wall that can be extended to any length. A second kit contains the traditional floor slab, vault and dome. The game is played on a terrain that measures 36.50m by 52.50m by 3m deep. The surface contains a square ‘tartan’ grid .50m by 3.5m. During the first five days the students will explore with these simple components a variety interrelated spaces of varying density and enclosure. During the second week a modest program will be assigned to two groups of students and the game of spaces will be redefined to accommodate a tea garden (group a) or a water pavilion (group b).

Pour explorer un jeu de production d’espace, on a assemblé un kit de parties. Le kit de base contient des colonnes fines et épaisses, des poutres petites et larges, un set de solives ou d’éléments d’ombre et un mur qui peut être étiré à n’importe quelle hauteur. Un deuxième kit contient le terrain traditionnel, des voûtes et des dômes. Le jeu tient place sur un terrain de 36.5m x 52.5m x 3m. La surface contient un carré en grille de 0.5mx3.5m. Durant les 5 premiers jours, les étudiants vont explorer une variété d’espaces enchevêtrés de différentes densités. Durant la deuxième semaine, un programme sera affecté à deux groupes d’étudiants et le jeu d’espace sera redéfini pour accommoder un jardin de thé (groupe a) ou un pavillon d’eau (groupe b).

Grande Mosquée de Kairouan

UTC

1yr ex3

Kit of Parts

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Alef Khediri

To explore a game of space making, we have assembled a kit of parts. The basic kit contains thick and thin columns, small and large beams, a set of joists or shading devices and a wall that can be extended to any length. A second kit contains the traditional floor slab, vault and dome. The game is played on a terrain that measures 36.50m by 52.50m by 3m deep.

and contains a square

‘tartan’ grid .50m by 3.5m.

During the first five days the students will explore with these simple components a variety interrelated spaces of varying density and enclosure. During the second week the game of spaces will be redefined to accommodate a tea garden or a poets retreat.

UTC

1yr ex3

Kit of Parts

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Fatima Z. Tarahoust

Pour explorer un jeu de production d’espace, on a assemblé un kit de parties. Le kit de base contient des colonnes fines et épaisses, des poutres petites et larges, un set de solives ou d’éléments d’ombre et un mur qui peut être étiré à n’importe quelle hauteur. Un deuxième kit contient le terrain traditionnel, des voûtes et des dômes. Le jeu tient place sur un terrain de 36.5m x 52.5m x 3m.

Durant les 5 premiers jours, les étudiants vont explorer une variété d’espaces enchevêtrés de différentes densités. Durant la deuxième semaine, un programme sera affecté à deux groupes d’étudiants et le jeu d’espace sera redéfini pour accommoder un jardin de thé (groupe a) ou un pavillon d’eau.

UTC

1yr ex3

Kit of Parts

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

N’gboba Ruth

To explore a game of space making, we have assembled a kit of parts. The basic kit contains thick and thin columns, small and large beams, a set of joists or shading devices and a wall that can be extended to any length. A second kit contains the traditional floor slab, vault and dome. The game is played on a terrain that measures 36.50m by 52.50m by 3m deep.

and contains a square

‘tartan’ grid .50m by 3.5m.

During the first five days the students will explore with these simple components a variety interrelated spaces of varying density and enclosure. During the second week the game of spaces will be redefined to accommodate a tea garden or a poets retreat.

UTC

1yr ex3

Kit of Parts

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Dachraoui Chayma

Pour explorer un jeu de production d’espace, on a assemblé un kit de parties. Le kit de base contient des colonnes fines et épaisses, des poutres petites et larges, un set de solives ou d’éléments d’ombre et un mur qui peut être étiré à n’importe quelle hauteur. Un deuxième kit contient le terrain traditionnel, des voûtes et des dômes. Le jeu tient place sur un terrain de 36.5m x 52.5m x 3m.

Durant les 5 premiers jours, les étudiants vont explorer une variété d’espaces enchevêtrés de différentes densités. Durant la deuxième semaine, un programme sera affecté à deux groupes d’étudiants et le jeu d’espace sera redéfini pour accommoder un jardin de thé (groupe a) ou un pavillon d’eau.

UTC

1yr ex3

Kit of Parts

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Chaaben Sahar

To explore a game of space making, we have assembled a kit of parts. The basic kit contains thick and thin columns, small and large beams, a set of joists or shading devices and a wall that can be extended to any length. A second kit contains the traditional floor slab, vault and dome. The game is played on a terrain that measures 36.50m by 52.50m by 3m deep.

and contains a square

‘tartan’ grid .50m by 3.5m.

During the first five days the students will explore with these simple components a variety interrelated spaces of varying density and enclosure. During the second week the game of spaces will be redefined to accommodate a tea garden or a poets retreat.

UTC

1yr ex3

Kit of Parts

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Maha Lassoued

Pour explorer un jeu de production d’espace, on a assemblé un kit de parties. Le kit de base contient des colonnes fines et épaisses, des poutres petites et larges, un set de solives ou d’éléments d’ombre et un mur qui peut être étiré à n’importe quelle hauteur. Un deuxième kit contient le terrain traditionnel, des voûtes et des dômes. Le jeu tient place sur un terrain de 36.5m x 52.5m x 3m.

Durant les 5 premiers jours, les étudiants vont explorer une variété d’espaces enchevêtrés de différentes densités. Durant la deuxième semaine, un programme sera affecté à deux groupes d’étudiants et le jeu d’espace sera redéfini pour accommoder un jardin de thé (groupe a) ou un pavillon d’eau.

UTC

1yr ex3

Kit of Parts

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Mootez Talbi

To explore a game of space making, we have assembled a kit of parts. The basic kit contains thick and thin columns, small and large beams, a set of joists or shading devices and a wall that can be extended to any length. A second kit contains the traditional floor slab, vault and dome. The game is played on a terrain that measures 36.50m by 52.50m by 3m deep.

and contains a square

‘tartan’ grid .50m by 3.5m.

During the first five days the students will explore with these simple components a variety interrelated spaces of varying density and enclosure. During the second week the game of spaces will be redefined to accommodate a tea garden or a poets retreat.

UTC

1yr ex3

Kit of Parts

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Ons Zoghlami

Pour explorer un jeu de production d’espace, on a assemblé un kit de parties. Le kit de base contient des colonnes fines et épaisses, des poutres petites et larges, un set de solives ou d’éléments d’ombre et un mur qui peut être étiré à n’importe quelle hauteur. Un deuxième kit contient le terrain traditionnel, des voûtes et des dômes. Le jeu tient place sur un terrain de 36.5m x 52.5m x 3m.

Durant les 5 premiers jours, les étudiants vont explorer une variété d’espaces enchevêtrés de différentes densités. Durant la deuxième semaine, un programme sera affecté à deux groupes d’étudiants et le jeu d’espace sera redéfini pour accommoder un jardin de thé (groupe a) ou un pavillon d’eau.

UTC

1yr ex3

Kit of Parts

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Linda Mezghani

To explore a game of space making, we have assembled a kit of parts. The basic kit contains thick and thin columns, small and large beams, a set of joists or shading devices and a wall that can be extended to any length. A second kit contains the traditional floor slab, vault and dome. The game is played on a terrain that measures 36.50m by 52.50m by 3m deep.

and contains a square

‘tartan’ grid .50m by 3.5m.

During the first five days the students will explore with these simple components a variety interrelated spaces of varying density and enclosure. During the second week the game of spaces will be redefined to accommodate a tea garden or a poets retreat.

UTC

1yr ex4

Design

Studio

Chess Set 10 days

An exercise designed to introduce the beginning student to the use of InDesign for presentation and SketchUp for 3D Modeling. Eventually Laser Cutters will be used to construct the game board and 3 D Printers will be used to construct the individual chess pieces.

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

Stanley Hallet

Some believe the game of Chess originated in China over 1500 years ago. We know it was played in India where soon after the game moved on to Persia (Iran). Once the Arabs conquered Iran, the game spread throughout the Arabic world and Europe. This studio exercise asks the student to construct a chessboard and table, design the six types of pieces and play a game in 3D Sketchup. In the course of the exercise the objectives are as follows:

Better understand the role of the Sketchup 3D model, the use of components, (composites), the role of layers (calques) and the basic steps in 3D modeling.

The architectural design possibilities of the pieces.

The use of a new A1 Graphic Layout system utilizing Indesign

Certains croient que le jeu d’échecs est originaire de Chine il y a plus de 1500 ans. Nous savons qu’il a été joué en Inde, et peu de temps après le jeu est passé à la Perse (Iran). Une fois que les arabes ont conquis l’Iran, le jeu s’est répandu dans le monde arabe et en Europe. Cet exercice demande à l’élève de construire un échiquier et une table, concevoir les six types de pièces et de jouer le jeu en 3D Sketchup. Les objectifs de l’exercice sont les suivants:

Mieux comprendre le rôle de la modélisation Sketchup 3D, l’utilisation de composants, le rôle des calques et les étapes de base de la modélisation 3D.

Les possibilités de conception architecturale des pièces.

L’utilisation d’une mise en page graphique format A1 utilisant Indesign.

UTC

1yr ex4

Échecs

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

étudiant

Ben Cheikh Sarah

Some believe the game of Chess originated in China over 1500 years ago. We know it was played in India where soon after the game moved on to Persia (Iran). Once the Arabs conquered Iran, the game spread throughout the Arabic world and Europe. This studio exercise asks the student to construct a chessboard and table, design the six types of pieces and play a game in 3D Sketchup.

Better understand the role of the Sketchup 3D model, the use of components, the role of layers (calques) and the basic steps in 3D modeling.

The architectural design possibilities of the pieces.

A new A1 layout system utilizing Indesign .

UTC

1yr ex4

Échecs

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

étudiant

Maha Lassaoud

Certains croient que le jeu d’échecs est originaire de Chine il y a plus de 1500 ans. Nous savons qu’il a été joué en Inde, et peu de temps après le jeu est passé à la Perse (Iran). Une fois que les arabes ont conquis l’Iran, le jeu s’est répandu dans le monde arabe et en Europe. Cet exercice demande à l’élève de construire un échiquier et une table, concevoir les six types de pièces et de jouer le jeu en 3D Sketchup

.

Mieux comprendre le rôle de la modélisation Sketchup 3D, l’utilisation de composants, le rôle des calques et les étapes de base de la modélisation 3D.

Les possibilités de conception architecturale des pièces.

L’utilisation d’une mise en page graphique format A1 utilisant Indesign.

UTC

1yr ex4

Échecs

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

étudiant

Talbi Jaouher

Some believe the game of Chess originated in China over 1500 years ago. We know it was played in India where soon after the game moved on to Persia (Iran). Once the Arabs conquered Iran, the game spread throughout the Arabic world and Europe. This studio exercise asks the student to construct a chessboard and table, design the six types of pieces and play a game in 3D Sketchup.

Better understand the role of the Sketchup 3D model, the use of components, the role of layers (calques) and the basic steps in 3D modeling.

The architectural design possibilities of the pieces.

A new A1 layout system utilizing Indesign .

UTC

1yr ex4

Échecs

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

étudiant

Kahloun Chaima

Certains croient que le jeu d’échecs est originaire de Chine il y a plus de 1500 ans. Nous savons qu’il a été joué en Inde, et peu de temps après le jeu est passé à la Perse (Iran). Une fois que les arabes ont conquis l’Iran, le jeu s’est répandu dans le monde arabe et en Europe. Cet exercice demande à l’élève de construire un échiquier et une table, concevoir les six types de pièces et de jouer le jeu en 3D Sketchup

.

Mieux comprendre le rôle de la modélisation Sketchup 3D, l’utilisation de composants, le rôle des calques et les étapes de base de la modélisation 3D.

Les possibilités de conception architecturale des pièces.

L’utilisation d’une mise en page graphique format A1 utilisant Indesign.

UTC

1yr ex4

Échecs

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

étudiant

Khouloud Chérif

Some believe the game of Chess originated in China over 1500 years ago. We know it was played in India where soon after the game moved on to Persia (Iran). Once the Arabs conquered Iran, the game spread throughout the Arabic world and Europe. This studio exercise asks the student to construct a chessboard and table, design the six types of pieces and play a game in 3D Sketchup.

Better understand the role of the Sketchup 3D model, the use of components, the role of layers (calques) and the basic steps in 3D modeling.

The architectural design possibilities of the pieces.

A new A1 layout system utilizing Indesign .

UTC

1yr ex4

Échecs

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

étudiant

Dachraoui Chayma

Certains croient que le jeu d’échecs est originaire de Chine il y a plus de 1500 ans. Nous savons qu’il a été joué en Inde, et peu de temps après le jeu est passé à la Perse (Iran). Une fois que les arabes ont conquis l’Iran, le jeu s’est répandu dans le monde arabe et en Europe. Cet exercice demande à l’élève de construire un échiquier et une table, concevoir les six types de pièces et de jouer le jeu en 3D Sketchup

.

Mieux comprendre le rôle de la modélisation Sketchup 3D, l’utilisation de composants, le rôle des calques et les étapes de base de la modélisation 3D.

Les possibilités de conception architecturale des pièces.

L’utilisation d’une mise en page graphique format A1 utilisant Indesign.

UTC

1yr ex4

Échecs

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

étudiant

Mortadha Haouet

Some believe the game of Chess originated in China over 1500 years ago. We know it was played in India where soon after the game moved on to Persia (Iran). Once the Arabs conquered Iran, the game spread throughout the Arabic world and Europe. This studio exercise asks the student to construct a chessboard and table, design the six types of pieces and play a game in 3D Sketchup.

Better understand the role of the Sketchup 3D model, the use of components, the role of layers (calques) and the basic steps in 3D modeling.

The architectural design possibilities of the pieces.

A new A1 layout system utilizing Indesign .

UTC

1yr ex4

Échecs

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

étudiant

Mootez Talbi

Certains croient que le jeu d’échecs est originaire de Chine il y a plus de 1500 ans. Nous savons qu’il a été joué en Inde, et peu de temps après le jeu est passé à la Perse (Iran). Une fois que les arabes ont conquis l’Iran, le jeu s’est répandu dans le monde arabe et en Europe. Cet exercice demande à l’élève de construire un échiquier et une table, concevoir les six types de pièces et de jouer le jeu en 3D Sketchup

.

Mieux comprendre le rôle de la modélisation Sketchup 3D, l’utilisation de composants, le rôle des calques et les étapes de base de la modélisation 3D.

Les possibilités de conception architecturale des pièces.

L’utilisation d’une mise en page graphique format A1 utilisant Indesign.

UTC

1yr ex5

Design

Studio

Under Over

14 days

The first year studio decided to explore the second year exercise Under Over.

The exercise explores the radically different processes inherent in digging versus assembling, of negatively carving space out of a solid versus constructing space by combining basic architectural elements. It also contrasts a retreat below the earth’s surface to escape the heat of day with above ground constructs open to the cool winds of the night.

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

Stanley Hallet

In the south of Tunisia the combination of a dry hot climate, the cultural need for privacy of the family and the presence of a soil of limestone (calcaire) that is easily molded and carved or dug into has led to a particular form of courtyard housing that relates well to the inhabitants. During the hot summer days, the interiors of the rooms carved into sides of the court are always comfortable, yet during the cool evenings and nights, the inhabitants can take refuge on the ground above. This movement of people from below the earth’s surface during the day to above the earth’s surface at night will be explored in terms of how it can effect architectural as well as urban form and could be applied not only to housing but also to problems of varying scales such as hotels, schools and even centers for manufacturing goods. This exercise will explore the general problems of digging into the ground, construction above the ground and access between these two elevations of habitation and use.

Dans le sud de la Tunisie la combinaison d’un climat chaud et humide, des besoins culturels intimité de la vie familiale et la présence d’un sol calcaire qu’on peut facilement modeler ou creuser ce qui offre des formes particulières d’habitations à patio qui correspondent au mode de vie des usagers. Durant les jours chauds de l’été, les intérieurs des chambres creusées dans le sol et qui ouvrent sur le patio sont toujours confortables, pourtant durant les soirées et les nuits fraiches, les usagers peuvent se réfugier à l’étage. Le mouvement et le déplacement des usagers depuis le sous-sol durant la journée vers l’étage durant la nuit affecte la forme architecturale et aussi urbaine ; il pourrait cependant être appliquée non seulement au logement mais aussi à d’autres usages tel que les hôtels, les écoles.

Cet exercice explore la question de l’architecture en creusant dans le sol et la construction au-dessus du sol et la relation entre ces deux formes d’architecture et l’usage.

Underground Hotel Marhala Matmata

UTC

1yr ex5

Under

Over

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

étudiant

Youssef Hamza

Dans le sud de la Tunisie la combinaison d’un climat chaud et humide, des besoins culturels intimité de la vie familiale et la présence d’un sol calcaire qu’on peut facilement modeler ou creuser ce qui offre des formes particulières d’habitations à patio qui correspondent au mode de vie des usagers. Durant les jours chauds de l’été, les intérieurs des chambres creusées dans le sol et qui ouvrent sur le patio sont toujours confortables, pourtant durant les soirées et les nuits fraiches, les usagers peuvent se réfugier à l’étage.

Le mouvement et le déplacement des usagers depuis le sous-sol durant la journée vers l’étage durant la nuit affecte la forme architecturale et aussi urbaine.

UTC

1yr ex5

Under

Over

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

étudiant

Talbi Jaouher

In the south of Tunisia the combination of a dry hot climate, the cultural need for privacy of the family and the presence of a soil of limestone (calcaire) that is easily molded and carved or dug into has led to a particular form of courtyard housing that relates well to the inhabitants. During the hot summer days, the interiors of the rooms carved into sides of the court are always comfortable, yet during the cool evenings and nights, the inhabitants can take refuge on the ground above. .

This movement of people from below the earth’s surface during the day to above the earth’s surface at night will be explored in terms of how it can effect architectural as well as urban form.

UTC

1yr ex5

Under

Over

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

étudiant

Tarahoust Fatima

Zahra

Dans le sud de la Tunisie la combinaison d’un climat chaud et humide, des besoins culturels intimité de la vie familiale et la présence d’un sol calcaire qu’on peut facilement modeler ou creuser ce qui offre des formes particulières d’habitations à patio qui correspondent au mode de vie des usagers. Durant les jours chauds de l’été, les intérieurs des chambres creusées dans le sol et qui ouvrent sur le patio sont toujours confortables, pourtant durant les soirées et les nuits fraiches, les usagers peuvent se réfugier à l’étage.

Le mouvement et le déplacement des usagers depuis le sous-sol durant la journée vers l’étage durant la nuit affecte la forme architecturale et aussi urbaine.

UTC

1yr ex5

Under

Over

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

étudiant

Yesmine Ben Makhlouf

In the south of Tunisia the combination of a dry hot climate, the cultural need for privacy of the family and the presence of a soil of limestone (calcaire) that is easily molded and carved or dug into has led to a particular form of courtyard housing that relates well to the inhabitants. During the hot summer days, the interiors of the rooms carved into sides of the court are always comfortable, yet during the cool evenings and nights, the inhabitants can take refuge on the ground above. .

This movement of people from below the earth’s surface during the day to above the earth’s surface at night will be explored in terms of how it can effect architectural as well as urban form.

UTC

1yr ex5

Under

Over

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

étudiant

Hamdi Letaief

Dans le sud de la Tunisie la combinaison d’un climat chaud et humide, des besoins culturels intimité de la vie familiale et la présence d’un sol calcaire qu’on peut facilement modeler ou creuser ce qui offre des formes particulières d’habitations à patio qui correspondent au mode de vie des usagers. Durant les jours chauds de l’été, les intérieurs des chambres creusées dans le sol et qui ouvrent sur le patio sont toujours confortables, pourtant durant les soirées et les nuits fraiches, les usagers peuvent se réfugier à l’étage.

Le mouvement et le déplacement des usagers depuis le sous-sol durant la journée vers l’étage durant la nuit affecte la forme architecturale et aussi urbaine.

UTC

1yr ex5

Under

Over

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

étudiant

Sarah Ben Cheikh

In the south of Tunisia the combination of a dry hot climate, the cultural need for privacy of the family and the presence of a soil of limestone (calcaire) that is easily molded and carved or dug into has led to a particular form of courtyard housing that relates well to the inhabitants. During the hot summer days, the interiors of the rooms carved into sides of the court are always comfortable, yet during the cool evenings and nights, the inhabitants can take refuge on the ground above. .

This movement of people from below the earth’s surface during the day to above the earth’s surface at night will be explored in terms of how it can effect architectural as well as urban form.

UTC

1yr ex5

Under

Over

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

étudiant

Mootez Talbi

Dans le sud de la Tunisie la combinaison d’un climat chaud et humide, des besoins culturels intimité de la vie familiale et la présence d’un sol calcaire qu’on peut facilement modeler ou creuser ce qui offre des formes particulières d’habitations à patio qui correspondent au mode de vie des usagers. Durant les jours chauds de l’été, les intérieurs des chambres creusées dans le sol et qui ouvrent sur le patio sont toujours confortables, pourtant durant les soirées et les nuits fraiches, les usagers peuvent se réfugier à l’étage.

Le mouvement et le déplacement des usagers depuis le sous-sol durant la journée vers l’étage durant la nuit affecte la forme architecturale et aussi urbaine.

UTC

1yr ex5

Under

Over

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

étudiant

Kahloun Chaima

In the south of Tunisia the combination of a dry hot climate, the cultural need for privacy of the family and the presence of a soil of limestone (calcaire) that is easily molded and carved or dug into has led to a particular form of courtyard housing that relates well to the inhabitants. During the hot summer days, the interiors of the rooms carved into sides of the court are always comfortable, yet during the cool evenings and nights, the inhabitants can take refuge on the ground above. .

This movement of people from below the earth’s surface during the day to above the earth’s surface at night will be explored in terms of how it can effect architectural as well as urban form.

UTC

1yr ex7

Intensive

Design

Workshop II

Open Market

three weeks

The design of the Open Market and Cafe combines an understanding of the materials and details of assembly required at the scale of furniture design with a sensitivity to working at the opposite larger scale of the urban fabric, the public landscape and the bustling food market.

The challenge is to see how the resulting urban space can be used when the market is not active, possibly 3 to 5 days per week.

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

George Martin

Stanley Hallet

Avec le nouvel intérêt porté aux produits frais de la ferme, les marchés urbains en plein air ont gagné en popularité. Le défi est de voir comment l’espace urbain qui en résulte peut être utilisé lorsque le marché est fermé, peut-être 3 à 5 jours par semaine. Bien que le marché se trouve dans une espace urbain, l’échelle des stands du marché est similaire à celle d’un mobilier. L’étudiant est appelé à concevoir un kit préfabriqué (des pièces) pour fournir aux agriculteurs un espace pour stocker et exposer leurs produits. Ça sera aussi un abri contre les intempéries. L’eau et l’électricité doivent être mises à la disposition de chaque stand durant la journée ainsi que pour les activités nocturnes. Votre proposition de conception sera composée de 30 stands d’environ 4m x 4m dans un espace couvert et 1m x 4m de table d’exposition ou d’espace de comptoir. Le projet devrait également contenir

un petit café, des sanitaires publics, un espace de stockage

et un parking de 20 places pour des camionnettes à proximité des commerces.

Des parties du site doivent également être couvertes pour fournir de l’ombre pour les activités prévues quand le marché est fermé telles que des pique-niques, des rassemblements de famille, parties d’échecs, etc.

Cet exercice a pour intérêt d’explorer le design urbain d’un site critique à Tunis ouvert au public, ainsi que le paysage urbain lié à l’utilisation du site durant toute la semaine, le programme architectural est constitué d’un ensemble commercial composé de plusieurs kiosques indépendants, une réflexion sur les détails de fabrication et l’échelle des mobiliers urbains sera demandé afin de créer 30 kiosques pouvant avoir des utilisations commerciales variées.

With a renewed interest in fresh farm produce, urban open markets have been gaining in popularity. The challenge is to see how the resulting urban space can be used when the market is not active, possibly 3 to 5 days per week. Although the location the market is urban, the scale of the market stalls is similar to furniture. The student is encouraged to explore a prefabricated (in part) kit of components that will provide the farmers with space to store and display their produce as well as provide shelter from the hot sun or rain. Water and electricity should be made available to each ‘stall’ to support day as well as night activities. Your design proposal will consist of 30 stalls approximately 4M by 4M in covered space sheltering 1M by 4M in display table or counter space. The project should also include a small cafe that sits 20 people inside and more than 40 people outside as well as provide public bathrooms and possible storage for all or parts of the market stalls when not in use. Landscape portions of the site should also be addressed to provide shade and support other ‘park’ activities when the stalls are not in use, such as picnics, family gatherings, games of chess, etc.

Of interest, this exercise explores the Urban Design of a critical site in Tunis open to the public (trucks, merchants and pedestrians) as well as Urban Landscape issues related to the use of the site during all hours of the week, the Architectural Program consisting of a small commercial building and its related collection of interdependent kiosks and finally a Furniture-scale Problem requiring the invention and detailed fabrication of the 30 kiosks that could be designed to adapt to multiple commercial and recreational uses.

Vegtable Market La Goulette

UTC

1yr ex7

Covered

Market

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

Cindy Ngyuen

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Talbi Jaouher

With a renewed interest in fresh farm produce, urban open markets have been gaining in popularity. The challenge is to see how the resulting urban space can be used when the market is not active, possibly 3 to 5 days per week.

Although the location the market is urban, the scale of the market stalls is similar to furniture.

The student is encouraged to explore a prefabricated (in part) kit of components that will provide the farmers with space to store and display their produce as well as provide shelter from the hot sun or rain..

UTC

1yr ex7

Covered

Market

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

Cindy Ngyuen

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Maha Lassoued

With a renewed interest in fresh farm produce, urban open markets have been gaining in popularity. The challenge is to see how the resulting urban space can be used when the market is not active, possibly 3 to 5 days per week.

Although the location the market is urban, the scale of the market stalls is similar to furniture.

The student is encouraged to explore a prefabricated (in part) kit of components that will provide the farmers with space to store and display their produce as well as provide shelter from the hot sun or rain..

UTC

1yr ex7

Covered

Market

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

Cindy Ngyuen

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Chaabene Saher

Avec le nouvel intérêt porté aux produits frais de la ferme, les marchés urbains en plein air ont gagné en popularité. Le défi est de voir comment l’espace urbain qui en résulte peut être utilisé lorsque le marché est fermé, peut-être 3 à 5 jours par semaine.

Bien que le marché se trouve dans une espace urbain, l’échelle des stands du marché est similaire à celle d’un mobilier.

L’étudiant est appelé à concevoir un kit préfabriqué (des pièces) pour fournir aux agriculteurs un espace pour stocker et exposer leurs produits. Ça sera aussi un abri contre les intempéries.

UTC

1yr ex7

Covered

Market

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

Cindy Ngyuen

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Mootez Talbi

With a renewed interest in fresh farm produce, urban open markets have been gaining in popularity. The challenge is to see how the resulting urban space can be used when the market is not active, possibly 3 to 5 days per week.

Although the location the market is urban, the scale of the market stalls is similar to furniture.

The student is encouraged to explore a prefabricated (in part) kit of components that will provide the farmers with space to store and display their produce as well as provide shelter from the hot sun or rain..

UTC

1yr ex7

Covered

Market

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

Cindy Ngyuen

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Ben Cheik Sarah

Avec le nouvel intérêt porté aux produits frais de la ferme, les marchés urbains en plein air ont gagné en popularité. Le défi est de voir comment l’espace urbain qui en résulte peut être utilisé lorsque le marché est fermé, peut-être 3 à 5 jours par semaine.

Bien que le marché se trouve dans une espace urbain, l’échelle des stands du marché est similaire à celle d’un mobilier.

L’étudiant est appelé à concevoir un kit préfabriqué (des pièces) pour fournir aux agriculteurs un espace pour stocker et exposer leurs produits. Ça sera aussi un abri contre les intempéries.

UTC

1yr ex7

Covered

Market

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

Cindy Ngyuen

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Alef Ben Khedhiri

With a renewed interest in fresh farm produce, urban open markets have been gaining in popularity. The challenge is to see how the resulting urban space can be used when the market is not active, possibly 3 to 5 days per week.

Although the location the market is urban, the scale of the market stalls is similar to furniture.

The student is encouraged to explore a prefabricated (in part) kit of components that will provide the farmers with space to store and display their produce as well as provide shelter from the hot sun or rain..

UTC

1yr ex7

Covered

Market

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

Cindy Ngyuen

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Nagaoui Aziz

Avec le nouvel intérêt porté aux produits frais de la ferme, les marchés urbains en plein air ont gagné en popularité. Le défi est de voir comment l’espace urbain qui en résulte peut être utilisé lorsque le marché est fermé, peut-être 3 à 5 jours par semaine.

Bien que le marché se trouve dans une espace urbain, l’échelle des stands du marché est similaire à celle d’un mobilier.

L’étudiant est appelé à concevoir un kit préfabriqué (des pièces) pour fournir aux agriculteurs un espace pour stocker et exposer leurs produits. Ça sera aussi un abri contre les intempéries.

UTC

1yr ex7

Covered

Market

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

Cindy Ngyuen

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Chaher Ben Ghorbel

With a renewed interest in fresh farm produce, urban open markets have been gaining in popularity. The challenge is to see how the resulting urban space can be used when the market is not active, possibly 3 to 5 days per week.

Although the location the market is urban, the scale of the market stalls is similar to furniture.

The student is encouraged to explore a prefabricated (in part) kit of components that will provide the farmers with space to store and display their produce as well as provide shelter from the hot sun or rain..

UTC

1yr ex7

Covered

Market

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

Cindy Ngyuen

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Kahloun Chayma

Avec le nouvel intérêt porté aux produits frais de la ferme, les marchés urbains en plein air ont gagné en popularité. Le défi est de voir comment l’espace urbain qui en résulte peut être utilisé lorsque le marché est fermé, peut-être 3 à 5 jours par semaine.

Bien que le marché se trouve dans une espace urbain, l’échelle des stands du marché est similaire à celle d’un mobilier.

L’étudiant est appelé à concevoir un kit préfabriqué (des pièces) pour fournir aux agriculteurs un espace pour stocker et exposer leurs produits. Ça sera aussi un abri contre les intempéries.

UTC

1yr ex7

Covered

Market

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

Cindy Ngyuen

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Dachraoui Chayma

With a renewed interest in fresh farm produce, urban open markets have been gaining in popularity. The challenge is to see how the resulting urban space can be used when the market is not active, possibly 3 to 5 days per week.

Although the location the market is urban, the scale of the market stalls is similar to furniture.

The student is encouraged to explore a prefabricated (in part) kit of components that will provide the farmers with space to store and display their produce as well as provide shelter from the hot sun or rain..

UTC

1yr ex7

Covered

Market

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

Cindy Ngyuen

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Firas Khenissi

Avec le nouvel intérêt porté aux produits frais de la ferme, les marchés urbains en plein air ont gagné en popularité. Le défi est de voir comment l’espace urbain qui en résulte peut être utilisé lorsque le marché est fermé, peut-être 3 à 5 jours par semaine.

Bien que le marché se trouve dans une espace urbain, l’échelle des stands du marché est similaire à celle d’un mobilier.

L’étudiant est appelé à concevoir un kit préfabriqué (des pièces) pour fournir aux agriculteurs un espace pour stocker et exposer leurs produits. Ça sera aussi un abri contre les intempéries.

UTC

1yr ex7

Covered

Market

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

Cindy Ngyuen

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Mansour Syrine

With a renewed interest in fresh farm produce, urban open markets have been gaining in popularity. The challenge is to see how the resulting urban space can be used when the market is not active, possibly 3 to 5 days per week.

Although the location the market is urban, the scale of the market stalls is similar to furniture.

The student is encouraged to explore a prefabricated (in part) kit of components that will provide the farmers with space to store and display their produce as well as provide shelter from the hot sun or rain..

UTC

1yr ex7

Covered

Market

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

Cindy Ngyuen

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Fatima Zohra

Tarahoust

Avec le nouvel intérêt porté aux produits frais de la ferme, les marchés urbains en plein air ont gagné en popularité. Le défi est de voir comment l’espace urbain qui en résulte peut être utilisé lorsque le marché est fermé, peut-être 3 à 5 jours par semaine.

Bien que le marché se trouve dans une espace urbain, l’échelle des stands du marché est similaire à celle d’un mobilier.

L’étudiant est appelé à concevoir un kit préfabriqué (des pièces) pour fournir aux agriculteurs un espace pour stocker et exposer leurs produits. Ça sera aussi un abri contre les intempéries.

UTC

1yr ex7

Covered

Market

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

Cindy Ngyuen

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Mohamed Amine Souhaili

With a renewed interest in fresh farm produce, urban open markets have been gaining in popularity. The challenge is to see how the resulting urban space can be used when the market is not active, possibly 3 to 5 days per week.

Although the location the market is urban, the scale of the market stalls is similar to furniture.

The student is encouraged to explore a prefabricated (in part) kit of components that will provide the farmers with space to store and display their produce as well as provide shelter from the hot sun or rain..

UTC

1yr ex7

Covered

Market

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

Cindy Ngyuen

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Mahamat Salim

Avec le nouvel intérêt porté aux produits frais de la ferme, les marchés urbains en plein air ont gagné en popularité. Le défi est de voir comment l’espace urbain qui en résulte peut être utilisé lorsque le marché est fermé, peut-être 3 à 5 jours par semaine.

Bien que le marché se trouve dans une espace urbain, l’échelle des stands du marché est similaire à celle d’un mobilier.

L’étudiant est appelé à concevoir un kit préfabriqué (des pièces) pour fournir aux agriculteurs un espace pour stocker et exposer leurs produits. Ça sera aussi un abri contre les intempéries.

UTC

1yr ex7

Covered

Market

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

Cindy Ngyuen

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Zoghlami Ons

With a renewed interest in fresh farm produce, urban open markets have been gaining in popularity. The challenge is to see how the resulting urban space can be used when the market is not active, possibly 3 to 5 days per week.

Although the location the market is urban, the scale of the market stalls is similar to furniture.

The student is encouraged to explore a prefabricated (in part) kit of components that will provide the farmers with space to store and display their produce as well as provide shelter from the hot sun or rain..

UTC

1yr ex7

Covered

Market

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

Cindy Ngyuen

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Mayssa

Abdennadher

With a renewed interest in fresh farm produce, urban open markets have been gaining in popularity. The challenge is to see how the resulting urban space can be used when the market is not active, possibly 3 to 5 days per week.

Although the location the market is urban, the scale of the market stalls is similar to furniture.

The student is encouraged to explore a prefabricated (in part) kit of components that will provide the farmers with space to store and display their produce as well as provide shelter from the hot sun or rain..

UTC

1yr ex7

Covered

Market

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

Cindy Ngyuen

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Slimi Mariem

Avec le nouvel intérêt porté aux produits frais de la ferme, les marchés urbains en plein air ont gagné en popularité. Le défi est de voir comment l’espace urbain qui en résulte peut être utilisé lorsque le marché est fermé, peut-être 3 à 5 jours par semaine.

Bien que le marché se trouve dans une espace urbain, l’échelle des stands du marché est similaire à celle d’un mobilier.

L’étudiant est appelé à concevoir un kit préfabriqué (des pièces) pour fournir aux agriculteurs un espace pour stocker et exposer leurs produits. Ça sera aussi un abri contre les intempéries.

UTC

1yr ex7

Covered

Market

critics

Manel Hassine

Safa Jelizi

Belghith Derouiche

Cindy Ngyuen

Stanley Hallet

étudiant

Yesmine

Ben Makhlouf

Avec le nouvel intérêt porté aux produits frais de la ferme, les marchés urbains en plein air ont gagné en popularité. Le défi est de voir comment l’espace urbain qui en résulte peut être utilisé lorsque le marché est fermé, peut-être 3 à 5 jours par semaine.

Bien que le marché se trouve dans une espace urbain, l’échelle des stands du marché est similaire à celle d’un mobilier.

L’étudiant est appelé à concevoir un kit préfabriqué (des pièces) pour fournir aux agriculteurs un espace pour stocker et exposer leurs produits. Ça sera aussi un abri contre les intempéries.

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Avec le nouvel intérêt porté aux produits frais de la ferme, les marchés urbains en plein air ont gagné en popularité. Le défi est de voir comment l’espace urbain qui en résulte peut être utilisé lorsque le marché est fermé, peut-être 3 à 5 jours par semaine.

Bien que le marché se trouve dans une espace urbain, l’échelle des stands du marché est similaire à celle d’un mobilier.

L’étudiant est appelé à concevoir un kit préfabriqué (des pièces) pour fournir aux agriculteurs un espace pour stocker et exposer leurs produits. Ça sera aussi un abri contre les intempéries.

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