法国,特鲁瓦校园44栋学生公寓/ Colomès + Nomdedeu Architectes

建筑师: Colomès + Nomdedeu Architectes

地点:Troyes, France

项目面积:1,600 sqm

项目年份:2009

摄影:Guilhem-Ducléon, JM Hoyet

该项目位于法国特鲁瓦(香槟瓶的软木塞)的老城中心。计划在一片现存地块上建一幢学生公寓,该地块是可追溯至16到18世纪的木框架住宅区的延伸部分。地块三面临街,正面是现代艺术博物馆(16至17世纪曾是主教宫殿)及Comtes de Champagne的新校区,而上世纪70年代建起的R + 8建筑正处于拆除状态。

这个项目由44个公寓组成,其中包括5个拥有3间卧室和3个商业或公共房间的集体公寓。

设计思路是建立一个为人所熟知而又充满新鲜感的架构,并与周围环境创造某种关联。

项目的规划并未破坏地块的结构,遵循地块的几何形式设计。计划分为4个单独的体量,通过一系列廊道、小巷和庭院(公共空间)相连。

我们从空间、光线、形态、构造体系,以及气氛或感受中汲取灵感……新项目不应落入俗套,或是沦为模仿的艺术品。

立面由木材与混凝土建成。临街一侧的结构由梁(间距50厘米)或垂直裸露木板从防水表皮(木板)伸出45厘米构成。


Architects: Colomès + Nomdedeu Architectes

Location: Troyes, France

Project area: 1,600 sqm

Project year: 2009

Photographs: Guilhem-Ducléon, JM Hoyet

The project is located in the historical center of the city of troyes (champagne cork). The program for students housing is established on an existing lot, continuation of a block made of wood frame houses dating from the 16th to 18th century. The lot opens up on three streets, is facing the Modern Art Museum (former Episcopal Palace 16th –17th century), R+8 buildings from the 70’s in the process of being demolished and the new Comtes de Champagne Campus.

The program is composed of 44 apartments including 5 collective apartments with 3 bedrooms and 3 commercial or common premises.

The idea is to create an architecture that is familiar but provides something new and that is capable of creating a relationship with its environment.

The plan of the project follows, without intruding, the geometry of the lot. The program is separated in four distinct volumes linked by a system of galleries, alleys and courtyards (common spaces).

We got inspired by the spaces, the light, the morphology, the construction systems, but also by the atmosphere or sensations…The new project should not fall into folklore or pastiche.

The façades are made of wood and concrete. On the street side the structure is composed of beams (50 cm apart) or vertical exposed wood panels protruding by 45 cm from the waterproof skin (boarding).