美国,亚利桑那州,菲尼克斯,南山社区图书馆 / Richärd+Bauer

建筑师:Richärd+Bauer

地点:美国亚利桑那州菲尼克斯

客户:Maricopa County Community Colleges District, City of Phoenix

面积:54,600 sf

造价:16.3M

竣工时间:August 2011

摄影: Bill Timmerman, Mark Boisclair Photography

这座51 600平方英尺新建筑的功能包括一间现代公共图书馆以及一部分最先进的中央校园图书馆。图书馆包括一间200座的多功能会议厅、会议与多媒体中心、高科技教室、计算机中心、阅读室与小组交流活动室,以及公共与校园图书馆的所有组成部分。此外还有一间儿童图书馆及故事屋,就设在学术机构的下方,在竖直方向上与专门供孩子们使用的室外庭院相连。

这座建筑模拟集成管线建筑设计,为不同的功能空间提供了保温作用,还促进了不同功能区和空间的互动与联系。学术功能空间及公共图书馆内的学术区域围绕竖直交通空间设置,使每一个学科区域都保持独立,同时又在关键的几个部位相连。

自然光通过一系列三角形的保温天窗和采光井照射到建筑最下面几层。建筑内部装有一层吸声冷杉木板。激光切割的磨砂丙烯酸板反映出代表农业的抽象图案,农业曾是这个社区的主要产业。建筑使用了可上人的屋面系统,将来可以对建筑进行不断改建,所有设备管线都埋设在一条连续且有照明的分配线路中,整条线路都可以进人,具有极大的灵活性。由耐风雨铜板铰接而成的表皮可以提供自然通风,三层保温天窗还是建筑高性能的围护构件。

设计团队:James Richärd, AIA (设计 + 负责人), Kelly Bauer, NCIDQ, FIIDA (项目经理+ 室内设计), Stephen Kennedy, AIA, NCARB, Andrew Timberg, AIA, LEED AP (项目建筑师 + 施工行政管理), Will Craig, RA (施工行政管理)

参与设计建筑师:Mark Loewenthal, LEED AP, Alex Therien, RA, NCARB, LEED AP, Brant Long, RA, LEED AP, Stacey Crumbaker, NCIDQ (室内设计 + 标志设计), Claudia Saunders (室内设计), Melissa Pulsifer, SEGD, AIGA (平面设计 + 标志设计)

机电工程师:Energy Systems Design, Inc.

结构工程师:Rudow+Berry

土木工程师:Dibble Engineering

总承包商:Haydon Building Corp

景观建筑师:Kimley-Horn & Associates

声学顾问:McKay Conant Hoover

照明设计:Roger Smith Lighting Design

图书馆建筑顾问:Drew Harrington Associates

持续交付方法: CM@R


Architect: Richärd+Bauer

Location: Phoenix, Arizona

Client: Maricopa County Community Colleges District, City of Phoenix

Size: 54,600 sf

Cost: 16.3M

Completion Date: August 2011

Photography: Bill Timmerman, Mark Boisclair Photography

This new 51,600 square foot facility combines the functions of a modern public library with the components of a state of the art central campus library. The library includes a 200 seat multifunctional meeting room, conference and multimedia center, high tech classrooms, computer center, quiet and interaction rooms, as well as all the components of both public and academic libraries. A children’s library and storytime room are organized below the academic story telling institution with vertical connection to the exterior courtyard dedicated to the children’s use.

The building is modeled after the architecture of an integrated circuit, providing insulation between disparate functions and promoting interaction and connection between like functions and spaces. Academic programs affiliated with those within the public library are organized around vertical interconnected spaces; providing a discrete connection while maintaining critical organization within each discipline.

Natural light is brought deep into the floors below through a series of triple insulated clerestory monitors and light shafts. The interior of the building is lined in an acoustical cedar wood, frosted and laser cut acrylic panels reflect patterned abstractions of the agriculture that once was an integral part of the community. An accessible flooring system allows for continual reorganization of the building, while all services are distributed by a continuous illuminated distribution circuit, accessible throughout its length for flexibility. The articulated skin of weathering copper is designed to provide a naturally ventilating skin, and triple layered insulated clerestories provide a high performance enclosure.

Design Team: James Richärd, AIA (designer + principal-in-charge), Kelly Bauer, NCIDQ, FIIDA (project manager + interior design), Stephen Kennedy, AIA, NCARB, Andrew Timberg, AIA, LEED AP (project architect + construction administration), Will Craig, RA (construction administration)

Staff architects: Mark Loewenthal, LEED AP, Alex Therien, RA, NCARB, LEED AP, Brant Long, RA, LEED AP, Stacey Crumbaker, NCIDQ (interior design + signage), Claudia Saunders (interior design), Melissa Pulsifer, SEGD, AIGA (graphic design + signage)

MEP Engineer: Energy Systems Design, Inc.

Structural Engineer: Rudow+Berry

Civil Engineer: Dibble Engineering

General Contractor: Haydon Building Corp

Landscape Architect: Kimley-Horn & Associates

Acoustical Consultant: McKay Conant Hoover

Lighting Design: Roger Smith Lighting Design

Library Building Consultant: Drew Harrington Associates

Const. Delivery Method: CM@R