Space

 Connecta

 Degree Show
 Step by Step
 Casa Bloc
 Breaking Through
 Urban Drop
 Versalles, 1709


Product

 Hack & Play
 Clear - Open Arms
 Cross Chair
 Módulo W









Versalles, 1709

2022



The main purpose of this project was to analyze and create documents of the Palace of Versailles of its appearance in 1709. These documents include the floor plans, sections, and elevations of the Palace and the Avant Cour, the analysis of the Elevated Street, and a model made from 3D modeling to show how the Palace fits into the topography.


Floor 1 (King's Room), Palace of Versilles 1709Floor 0, Palace of Versilles 1709Floor 2, Palace of Versilles 1709Floor -1, Palace of Versilles 1709The Palace has a total of four floors, including the basement and the attic. On the 1st floor, we can find the king and queen’s rooms, crossed by the peculiar “Elevated Street”: a collection of corridors and rooms that are all connected and add up to 1km longwise on the same floor.

Location of the "Elevated Street" inside the 1st FloorPathway and staircases of the "Elevated Street"Design of the ceiling along the "Elevated Street"




The digital 3D model of the Palace of Versailles was modeled in SketchUp and 3ds Max, and printed by a CNC milling machine as a whole piece. The material used was 1m2 of hard foam and spray paint, giving it a sense of unity and coherence between the buildings and the terrain.
 
Model of the Castle of Versailles and its surroundings

Model of the Castle of Versailles and its surroundings

Model of the Castle of Versailles and its surroundings

Model of the Castle of Versailles and its surroundings

Model of the Castle of Versailles and its surroundings
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