黎巴嫩,贝鲁特,圣约瑟夫大学创新运动中心/109 Architects with Youssef Tohmé

建筑师:109 Architects with Youssef Tohmé

地点:黎巴嫩贝鲁特

项目组:Ibrahim Berberi , Nada Assaf, Rani Boustani, Etienne Nassar, Emile Khayat, Naja Chidiac, Richard Kassab

客户:Université Saint-Joseph (USJ)

预算:$33M USD

项目年份:2011

摄影:109 Architectes

这座新校园从文脉的角度出发,在自然、文化与历史方面与贝鲁特的城市肌理结为一体。从概念上来说,这是一座带有许多雕刻空隙的城市建筑,建筑的空腔界定出六座独立的体块,可以从多个角度观赏城市的景色,将学生们与这个动态的环境联系起来。空隙也在街道上创造了聚会空间,从这个空间经由巨大的楼梯可顺畅地通往顶楼。在顶楼的景观露台可以俯瞰城市风光。在东方的建筑设计中,光线是至关重要的因素,也能形成其独特的风格与特色。校园通过穿孔设计与聚碳酸酯体量交替暴露在不同的光线下,这样的处理也在过滤光线和冷光之中形成了鲜明的对比。随意开洞的程式化处理方式亦是黎巴嫩战争的缩影,以诗意的方式让人瞥见了毁灭和暴力的现实世界。


Architects: 109 Architects with Youssef Tohmé

Location: Beirut, Lebanon

Project Team: Ibrahim Berberi , Nada Assaf, Rani Boustani, Etienne Nassar, Emile Khayat, Naja Chidiac, Richard Kassab

Client: Université Saint-Joseph (USJ)

Budget: $33M USD

Project Year: 2011

Photographs: 109 Architectes

This new campus takes a contextual approach, integrating physically, culturally, and historically with Beirut’s urban tissue. Conceptually an urban block with sculpted voids, the building’s hollow spaces define six autonomous blocks and construct multiple viewpoints across Beirut, connecting students to their dynamic setting. The voids also generate a street-level meeting space, which flows fluidly to the top floor in the form of a massive staircase. It concludes at a landscaped terrace overlooking the city. Light is a vital element in oriental architecture and one that shapes its style and identity; the campus exposes alternate light qualities through Moucharabieh-inspired perforations and a polycarbonate volume. Such manipulation presents a striking contrast in filtered light and luminescence. A stylized random-opening treatment is a snapshot of the Lebanese War, lending a poetic glimpse into the reality of destruction and violence.