西班牙,塞维利亚,宗教艺术商业园 / Suárez Santas Arquitectos

建筑师:Suárez Santas Arquitectos

地点:西班牙,塞维利亚

设计组:Asier Santas Torres, Luis Suárez Mansilla

客户:Sevilla Global. Ayuntamiento de Sevilla

面积:19970.0 sqm

年份:2010

摄影:Luis Asín Lapique

西班牙安达卢西亚自治区的首府塞维利亚的市议会希望能满足城市宗教工艺品这一根基深厚的专业领域的需求,发起创建了这座宗教艺术商业园,它位于一个交通条件优越的商业园内,毗邻环城高速公路和从北部进入城市的新入口。该领域需要全新的空间发展活动,激励其企业的现代化进程,并且改善生产设施和工作环境。

宗教艺术商业园的设计灵感来自于传统的地中海穆斯林露天市场,力求再现老城区的私人氛围,这里的手艺人分为若干个小团体,身处不同的行业之中,制作并销售着他们的产品。该项目是由九栋建筑组成的综合体,其结合打造了一个城市公共空间,组成空间的街道彼此互相垂直。在十字路口又形成了两个大小不同的广场,橘子树是这里唯一的点缀,存在于公共市场或工匠休息区域。每栋建筑内部都有许多数目不定的工坊,这里被设计为灵活的生产空间,按照其可能用途建造了照明条件各不相同的表面。生产空间前面是一个连续封闭的环境,由白色混凝土预制块格架结构构成,网格间距为5米,可适应各种特殊需要。在主要道路的每一端都有一个游客到达区域和一栋配套建筑。

在宗教艺术商业园配套建有一座社会和公共利益服务大楼,称为PEASS大楼,涵盖了展览、培训、娱乐、各种行业互动以及行政管理办公等多种需求。与综合体的其他建筑类似,这栋配套建筑的立方体大堂非常宏伟,表面铺砌Macael白色大理石,并且与园区主要街道相互衔接。大堂与街道这两个元素彼此以这样的方式面对面,大堂被设计为街道的延伸抑或是终点,街道的起点位于商业园的另一端。在这个号称塞维利亚手工艺者全新生产空间的门前有一个50米长的雨篷,标志着商业园的入口。


Architects: Suárez Santas Arquitectos

Location: Av. Ingeniería, s/n Sevilla 41091, Spain

Design Team: Asier Santas Torres, Luis Suárez Mansilla

Client: Sevilla Global. Ayuntamiento de Sevilla

Area: 19970.0 sqm

Year: 2010

Photography: Luis Asín Lapique

Located in a business park with access to good transportation infrastructures, very close to the beltway and the new entry to the city through the north, the Sacred Art Business Park is an initiative of the Seville City Council, which wanted to address the needs of a deeply rooted professional field in the Andalusian capital, that of religious crafts. This sector demanded new spaces to develop its activities and stimulate the modernization processes of its companies, improve its production facilities and its work environment.

The Sacred Art Business Park draws inspiration from the traditional Mediterranean souk to recreate the private atmosphere of the old quarters where crafts people, grouped into different trades, manufactured and sold their products. It is a complex of nine buildings whose combination creates an urban and public space formed by streets perpendicular to one another. The street intersections generate two plazas of different sizes, with orange trees as only decorative element, which can be used for public markets or as resting area for artisans. Each building has a variable number of workshops that are conceived as flexible production spaces, built with surfaces illuminated in accordance with their potential use. The production spaces are located behind a continuous enclosure built with a lattice of white concrete prefabricated pieces, modulated following a five-meter grid, and adaptable to each specific need. At each end of the main road there is an arrival area for visitors and a building for complementary uses.

The Sacred Art Business Park is completed with a building for social and public interest services –called PEASS Building–, which covers the demand for exhibition, training, entertainment and interaction among the different trades, as well as the administration offices. Similar on the outside to the rest of the buildings of the complex, its monumental lobby, a cubic space clad with Macael marble, is linked by its position to the main street of the park. Both elements face one another in such a way that the lobby is conceived as an extension or as the end of the route that begins on the opposite end of the business park where a fifty-meter canopy marks the access to the new production spaces of the Sevillian artisans.