立陶宛, 维尔纽斯, lukishkiu广场/L. Tuleikis, R. Antinis, K. Vaikšnoras, K. Lanauskas, and P. Vaitiekūnas

由L. Tuleikis, R. Antinis, K. Vaikšnoras, K. Lanauskas, 和 P. Vaitiekūnas组成的团队和我们分享了他们参加立陶宛维尔纽斯Lukishkiu广场竞赛的作品。竞赛突出自由的主题,因为这个广场曾经作为纪念空间而建造。该团队的设计方案包括了一个由雕塑物环抱的缓慢向中心凹陷的“自由之地”,和场地周边的外部丛簇空间组成。

 

 

自由之地是一个巨大的凹陷入地面的盆地,承载着穿梭在记忆广场中的人们。设计团队解释道:“这个盆地穿透了所有的历史与文化层,直达我们国家的根基。它同时也到达了维尔纽斯的起源。”

当人们步行往下进入广场时,周围的建筑物被“抹去”了。四周能看到的只有环绕的大树,人们可以专心于记忆的长河,而不会分神。广场在纷乱的城市中创造了一个隔绝、宁静的空间。

主要的道路带领人们来到自由之地。这条路代表了立陶宛为维持自由而经历的漫长岁月。当人们步行于这条或上升或下降的道路时,周边的雕塑作品勾画出了立陶宛的四个历史时期。

白墙也即这条路,就像这个国家历史的一个时间轴,而墙里的空间展示了曾经的重大事件。在这条墙内开敞的天井中穿行,就像穿越立陶宛历史上重要的时期。天井中的墙壁能反射驻足观看的人影。“这条路给予参观者以现在和历史的交融。”

这个方案与另外七个方案被获准进入下一轮评审,同时也获得了特别奖项。

 

原文:http://www.archdaily.com/32618/lukishkiu-square-tuleikis-antinis-vaiksnoras-lanauskas-vaitiekunas/

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The design team of L. Tuleikis, R. Antinis, K. Vaikšnoras, K. Lanauskas, and P. Vaitiekūnas shared their competition entry for the renovation of Lukishkiu Square in Vilnius, Lithuania. The competition highlighted “freedom” as the square was established for a memorial space. The team’s proposal consists of a gently carved out central Freedom Field, surrounded by sculptural compositions and an external flame along the perimeter of the site.

The Freedom Field, a large indentation in the ground, “cradles” those walking in the memorial area. “This indentation penetrates through all historical and cultural layers right to the roots of our national identity, it also reaches the authentic surface of the beginnings of Vilnius,” explained the team.

The surrounding buildings are erased from viewers’ sight as they descend into the square. By only seeing the trees of the surrounding streets, the user is able to focuses on the memorial area without being distracted. The square creates an isolated and quiet space right in the middle of the chaotic city.

The Lead Path brings users directly to the Freedom Field. The path represents the long hard years Lithuania endured to keep it’s freedom. As users stroll along the descending and ascending path, sculptural compositions outline the four historical stages of Lithuania.

The white wall, known as “the road”, acts as a timeline of the country’s history and voids in the wall accent important happenings. These voids allow visitors to walk through openings in the wall “thus presupposing his presence in the most important times of Lithuanian history”. These breaks bring viewers to pause stations designed specifically for reflection. “The lead path encourages the visitor to fuse together with the time of both this moment and the past,” explained the team.

 

The team’s proposal was selected along with 7 other projects for review, and it also received additional awards.

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