约旦,安曼,安曼国际学院 / Symbiosis Designs

建筑师:Symbiosis Designs

地点:约旦安曼

项目组:Khalid Nahhas, Ramiz Ayoub, Randa Abu Rayyan, Khalid Shannak, Nisreen Al Far, Nidaa Tayyem, Jawad Hamdan, Lina Asa’d, Faiha Khazna Katbi, Onur Lambaz, Amira Qattawi, Ramiz Abu Mahfouz, Katrina Najjar, Abdel-Qader Tarabieh, Widyan Al Khaldi

结构工程师:DIMCO

机械工程师:Spectrum Mep. Consulting Engineers

电气工程师:Spectrum

项目面积:105,000 sqm

项目年份:2009

摄影:Zooey Braun, Osman Akuz, Ghassan Aqel

安曼国际学院(IAA)为教学用建筑环境引入了崭新的视角。这是一次从实用型建筑到实质性教学环境的飞跃,目的是在教科书与课堂之外,让学生们保有情感上的公正、独特的个性与敏锐的直觉。

与时代相关的主题与教育内容相辅相成,结合在这片排布如同社区村庄的建筑群中。主题设定始于创造充满欢声笑语的氛围与船型花园,再以内省式的月球观察点和遗产花园中的深奥之感结束。在大门处,四座巨大的雕塑矗立在精心设计的花园里,体现出学校的核心价值。校园内零星栽种着深红色的樱桃树,为下方的石凳带来阴凉,同时在视觉上区分“花园式村庄”的起点。位于校门附近的行政楼在入口区设有一个丰富多彩的艺廊,平衡了大多数典型的学校项目所具有的鲜明的公共机构之感。

所有建筑都通过形式、材料及采光表达了双重理念,一面是古旧的本地遗产建筑,而另一面充满了现代感。石头作为主要的建材,以两种不同的方式使用,一种是粗糙切割、密集垒砌,以求反映本土特色,而另一种截然相反,石块被细致打磨,垒砌得天衣无缝,来表达现代风格,并且与目前较为流行的钢质遮阳百叶窗相和谐,这些百叶窗安装在同为石块砌成的立面的最远端。

所有建筑的轮廓通过捕风塔得到了统一体现。这些塔楼不仅利用其视觉上的厚重感将建筑物固定在地面上,还有助于生成这种开阔的内部空间和环境所需的严谨的韵律感。捕风塔是IAA的标志。它们不但利用被动式能源来保护环境,还以校园内独有的严肃态度在建筑上对传统塔楼进行了重新诠释。石头项目给人一种悠久与永恒之感,而木质百叶窗带来了温暖与巧妙的衔接,这些都是表达设计的复杂性与对细部的关注所必需的,也是学校的精神所在。捕风塔在内部被自然光线、微风和饮水器所打断,这些令人愉快的界线都是沿着开阔的室内动线而设置的。


Architects: Symbiosis Designs LTD

Location: Amman, Jordan

Project team: Khalid Nahhas, Ramiz Ayoub, Randa Abu Rayyan, Khalid Shannak, Nisreen Al Far, Nidaa Tayyem, Jawad Hamdan, Lina Asa’d, Faiha Khazna Katbi, Onur Lambaz, Amira Qattawi, Ramiz Abu Mahfouz, Katrina Najjar, Abdel-Qader Tarabieh, Widyan Al Khaldi

Structural engineer: DIMCO

Mechanical engineer: Spectrum Mep. Consulting Engineers

Electrical engineer: Spectrum

Project area: 105,000 sqm

Project year: 2009

Photographs: Zooey Braun, Osman Akuz, Ghassan Aqel

The IAA is a new fresh perspective on the educational built environment. It is a leap forward from a utilitarian building type to an intrinsically didactic environment that holds emotional equity, identity and intuitive purpose beyond the text books and the classrooms.

Age related themes that complement education are integrated in the gardens of this community-village configuration of buildings. Themes begin with laughter and kinder-ship gardens and end with introspective moon watching and the profundity of legacy gardens. At the gates, four giant sculptures stand within a designed garden representing the core values of the school. Deep red cherry trees are planted sporadically to offer shading for the stone benches beneath as well as visually demark the start of the “garden village”. The administrative building, at the school gate, offers a colorful art gallery in its initial entrance zone appeasing the typical overwhelming institutional feel most schools project.

All buildings through their forms, materials, and natural light project dual expressions; old vernacular heritage at one end and modern progressive at the other extreme. The stone, as a primary material, is used in two different languages, cut roughly and assembled densely to reflect the vernacular expression; while on the other reciprocal opposite, stone is cut sharply and laid out seamlessly to reflect modernity in unison with the more current steel shading louvers installed at the furthest edge of the same façades.

All buildings’ skylines unite in expression through their wind catching towers. The towers, not only ground the buildings with their visual weight, but they also contribute to the rigor of rhythmic play needed in such expansive internal spaces and environment. The wind towers are the insignia of the IAA. While they pay respect to the environment by utilizing passive energy, they are also a new architectural reinterpretation of the traditional tower expressed in a solemn manner unique to the school. The stone projects a sense of longevity and timelessness, while the wooden louvers give warmth and subtle articulation needed to express sophistication and attention to detail as spirits the school stands for. Internally, the wind towers present interruptions with offerings of natural light, natural breeze and water fountains – pleasant demarcations along the expansive internal circulation.