法国,巴斯蒂亚,总督宫博物馆翻修/ Daniel Cléris + Jean-Michel Daubourg

建筑师:Daniel Cléris & Jean-Michel Daubourg

地点:法国巴斯蒂亚Place du Donjon

客户:City of Bastia

建筑面积:8,215 sqm (renovation and extension)

施工造价:10,457,000 € without VAT (including furnitures)

项目年份:2011

摄影:Luc Boegly Luc Boegly

项目

该项目内容包括翻修总督宫博物馆,以及对1943年12月被摧毁那部分建筑进行重建;翻修旧楼、庭院以及通往城墙上的坡道;为馆内设计原创家具。该建筑被法国视为历史性地标建筑(经典历史遗迹)。

建筑的历史

这座宫殿建造起源可追溯至十五世纪,是热那亚共和国时期科西嘉岛总督的官邸,后来也曾被用作法院、监狱以及堡垒。这里曾重兵把守,并遭受过几次进攻。该建筑已经历过数次改建。

十八世纪末,当科西嘉岛被法国占领,这座宫殿就变成了军营,大部分室内装饰都被去除了。1943年12月,巴斯蒂亚遭到了轰炸,这座建筑损毁严重。二战过后,经过稍微整修,这里变成了城市博物馆,但被炸弹炸毁的那部分建筑当时并未得到重建。

“总督宫”——权力的象征

宫殿的形状并未背离其设计初衷,在热那亚共和国(实际上是意大利的一部分)时期,这里是科西嘉岛总督的官邸。建筑的平面设计为正方形,这种几何形状象征着秩序与力量。

该项目的目的是为了恢复原来四边形建筑的几何形状。二战期间在西北角被轰炸留下的空间,如今以现代风格得到了填补。


Architects: Daniel Cléris & Jean-Michel Daubourg

Location: Place du Donjon, Bastia, France

Client: City of Bastia

Built area: 8,215 sqm (renovation and extension)

Construction cost: 10,457,000 € without VAT (including furnitures)

Project year: 2011

Photographs: Luc Boegly

Program

Restoration of the ”Palais des Gouverneurs” and reconstruction of a part that had been destroyed in december 1943. Restoration of the old building, its courtyard and the ramps that goes on top of the bastion. Creation of an original design for the furniture. The building is recognized by France as historical landmarks. (Classé Monument Historique)

History of the building

The origine of the construction of the Palace goes back to the XVth century, it was the residency of the Governor who was the representative of the Republic of Genoa on the island of Corsica. The Palace was also used as a court house, a prison and a fort. It was heavily fortified and suffered several attacks. It was several time remodeled.

At the end of the XVIII th century, when Corsica became French, the Palace was turned into a military barrack, most of the interior decoration was removed. In December 1943 the city of Bastia was bombed and the building was damaged. After World War II, the building started to host the museum of the city after light renovation, the part that had been destroyed by the bomb was not rebuilt at that time.

The ”Palais des Gouverneurs” as symbole of power

The shape of the palace is related to its original purpose, the mansion of the Governor of Corsica when the island was under domination from Genoa Republic (actually part of Italy). The plan is a perfect square, a geometric shape to symbolise order and power.

The project was to recover the geometry of the original quadrilateral construction. The vacuum left by the destruction of the northwest corner during second World War had been completed in a contemporary style.