法国,勒芒,克瑞德酒店/Kilo Architectures

这座位于法国勒芒的酒店预算不高,整个木立面上随意分布着许多窗户。

巴黎工作室Kilo Architectures负责克瑞德酒店的设计,酒店的另一特色是它的不对称金属坡屋顶。

立面上窗户设置的位置与室内的房间没有联系,因此有些房间里的窗户在脚踝的高度,而有些房间的窗户却紧挨着天花板。

酒店坐落在因为进行勒芒24小时耐力赛而闻名的赛车道旁。去年的比赛中,艺术家Jeff Koon设计了一辆彩色的艺术车,有关这辆车的更多信息请参见:http://www.dezeen.com/2010/06/02/bmw-art-car-by-jeff-koons/。

摄影:David Boureau.

以下信息由建筑师提供:

Kyriad, Virage Mulsanne, Le Mans 2011

在世界最古老的汽车赛事——勒芒24小时耐力赛——的赛车道旁坐落着本案项目,它提出了关于建筑规模与速度的问题。建筑速度指的是建筑被看到或被体验到的方式或速率。对于这个项目来说,它所达到的高速能使建筑被看到的频率最高,让人们看到一个“运动立面”,这样的立面会让人觉得它是在加速运动。

为了打破最经济的酒店建筑的同质化问题,建筑师在整个立面上分散设置了多个层次的水平窗户,以此来模糊建筑的规模和本质。这座建筑的规模不能让人立刻分辨,建筑内房间的重复与韵律也无法在立面上看出来。此外,窗户有趣的布置方式还让每一个房间都非常独特,有些房间的窗户在地板上,有些房间的窗户则在天花板上,每一个房间看到外界的视角都独一无二。


An assortment of windows are randomly scattered across the timber facade of this budget hotel outside Le Mans, France.

Paris studio Kilo Architectures designed the Kyriad Hotel, which also features an asymmetrical pitched metal roof.

The positioning of windows on the facade has no relation to rooms inside, so windows in certain rooms are at ankle-height, whilst others skim the ceiling.

The hotel is located on the racing circuit where renowned motor competition 24 Hours of Le Mans takes place. Last year’s race included a colourful art-covered car by artist Jeff Koons, which you can read more about here.

Photography is by David Boureau.

Here’s some information from the architects:

Kyriad, Virage Mulsanne, Le Mans 2011

On the circuit of the world’s oldest sports car race, the 24 hours of Le Mans, this project addresses questions of architectural scale and ‘speed.’ Architectural speed is the manner or rate at which a building is viewed or experienced. For this project, the high velocity at which this building will most frequently be viewed led us to compose an ‘elevation of motion’ wherein the facade is designed to be regarded in accelerated motion.

In order to break the homogeneity present in most economic hotel buildings, multiple horizontal windows were scattered over the facade in order to obfuscate the scale and nature of the building. The scale of the building is not immediately clear, and the repetition and rhythm of the rooms within are impossible to read from the facade. In addition, the playful placement of windows renders every room unique; some rooms have windows on the floor or at the line of the ceiling, and every room benefits from a unique framing of the world outside.