挪威,特隆赫姆,Clarion酒店与会议中心 / Space Group Architects

建筑师:Space Group Architects

地点:挪威特隆赫姆

项目开发团队:Gary Bates, Gro Bonesmo, Adam Kurdahl, Anne Wodstrup, Fredrik Krogeide, Gesine Gummi, Claudia Laarman, Thomas Bang Jespersen, Jens Niehues

项目面积:35000.0 sqm

项目年份:2012

摄影: Peter Hebeisen, Courtesy of Space Group, Ivan Brodey

竞赛团队:Gary Bates, Gro Bonesmo, Adam Kurdahl, Wenche Andreassen, Fredrik Krogeide, Naofumi Namba, Tim Prins, Minna Riska, Lotte Sponberg, Gerald Bliem, Grant Cooper and Nathan Smith

工程:Arup & Partners London

消防:Reinertsen Engineering

视觉效果图:MIR AS, Luxigon

景观设计:Space Group, PLAN arkitekter AS

施工:Dr. Ing. A. Aas-Jakobsen Trondheim AS

客户:Star Property C

位于Brattøra的这座酒店重新定义了传统的中庭酒店类型,具有个性鲜明的新特征。客房都布置在四个设计非常合理的结构中,全部面向优美的景色。旋转的设计使中庭从一个封闭的中央空间转变成三维的星形大堂。

美洲和亚洲传统酒店的中庭都设置在中央,是一个覆盖着玻璃的垂直结构,虽然宏伟但只能给人提供一维的体验,而本案酒店的大堂则能提供三维的动态空间体验,屋顶经过精心设计,还在隐约闪现与全景、私密与完全显露之间形成了一系列变化。

酒店的设计参考了特隆赫姆当地的城市结构,结合了大结构线条和小私密空间。酒店成为一个地标,没有正面也没有背面,但是各个方向都能看到城市和峡湾最美的景色。它是大海上的灯塔,显示着这个城市的热情。

酒店一层没有设置客房,目的是方便公众进入。开放性确保建筑内外有良好的方向性,建筑内的方向指的是接待区、电梯、大堂酒吧、展览区和会议区之间的通道。设计鼓励酒店将常用功能区交叉连接、设置捷径且移到相邻的广场上:室外用餐可以在西南面Brattøra盆地形成的露台上进行,休息区设在公园,展览及娱乐活动可在室外舞台上举办,设有喷泉和石雕花园的有代表性的红地毯入口朝向城市。

明星大堂是酒店里一个特殊的公共空间,连接着从一层到上部楼层的所有公共功能区域。在这个三维的大堂内,壁炉室、会议设施和带有屋顶露台的空中酒吧都被设计成自由形式,充分利用了公园、Brattøra盆地的独特美景和周围建筑之上无遮挡的视野。内部的晶体形状分裂成碎片,但总体走势是垂直的,能让人联想到悬崖、峡谷和冰川上壮观的结冰效果


Architects: Space Group Architects

Location: Trondheim, Norway

Project Development Team: Gary Bates, Gro Bonesmo, Adam Kurdahl, Anne Wodstrup, Fredrik Krogeide, Gesine Gummi, Claudia Laarman, Thomas Bang Jespersen, Jens Niehues

Area: 35000.0 sqm

Year: 2012

Photographs: Peter Hebeisen, Courtesy of Space Group, Ivan Brodey

Competition Team: Gary Bates, Gro Bonesmo, Adam Kurdahl, Wenche Andreassen, Fredrik Krogeide, Naofumi Namba, Tim Prins, Minna Riska, Lotte Sponberg, Gerald Bliem, Grant Cooper and Nathan Smith

Engineering: Arup & Partners London

Fire: Reinertsen Engineering

Visualization: MIR AS, Luxigon

Landscape: : Space Group, PLAN arkitekter AS

Construction: Dr. Ing. A. Aas-Jakobsen Trondheim AS

Client: Star Property C

The hotel at Brattøra redefines the classical atrium hotel typology to a new and strong identity. The rooms are arranged/organized in four highly rational structures all oriented towards the perfect view. The rotation transforms the atrium from an enclosed central space to a 3-dimensional star shaped lobby space.

Unlike the classical American and Asian hotel atrium where everything is exposed in a centralized and vertical, magnificent but one-dimensional experience under a glass cover - the lobby is here given a 3-dimensional and dynamic spatial experience with a programmed roof, and a sequence of shifts between glimpse and panorama, intimacy and spectacular exposure.

The hotel bears references to the local city fabric of Trondheim in the combination between the large structural lines and the small intimate ‘ally’.The hotel becomes a landmark without front or backside - but oriented towards the city and the fjord for optimal views in all directions.A lighthouse by the sea and inviting from the city.

The hotel room structure is ‘dissolved’ at ground level to increase the public accessibility at ground level. The openness secures good orientation from inside and out - and internally between reception, elevators, lobby bar restaurant, exhibition area and conference. Cross connections, shortcuts and moving of common functions into the adjacent squares are encouraged: outdoor dining at the south-west faced terraces by the Brattøra basin, pause areas in the park, exhibition and entertainment can turn towards an outdoor arena and representative ‘red carpet’ entrance with fountain and stone garden are facing the city.

SUPERSTAR LOBBY, the exceptional common space of the hotel connects all the public functions from ground level to the upper floors.In the 3-dimensional lobby, the fireplace room, conference facilities and sky bar with roof terrace are shaped in a free form to take advantage of unique attractions towards the park, the Brattøra basin and the free view above neighbour buildings. The internal crystalline shape is fragmented, but vertical sacral - gives associations to dramatic ice formations with cliffs, rips and ice floes.