意大利,米兰,城市生活项目 / 扎哈·哈迪德建筑师事务所

米兰城市生活是一项规模宏大的商业和住宅开发项目,位于米兰历史上有名的前商品交易会的场地上:米兰国际展览中心。米兰城市生活超过一半的地面都将由占地超过16.8万平方米的景观公园填满,专门服务于行人与骑自行车的人。这片郁郁葱葱的步行空间周边将围绕一座雄伟的新广场,名为“piazza delle tre torri”广场——由三座大厦以及周边的一组住宅楼组成,这些建筑都由三位享誉世界的建筑师设计。如前所述,矶崎新和安德烈亚·玛费伊设计了矶氏大楼,这座大楼高达202米,计划成为意大利最高的摩天大楼;旁边是弯曲的150米高的利伯斯金大楼——你猜得没错,其设计者正是丹尼尔·利伯斯金。扎哈·哈迪德设计了一座170米的扭曲上升到天际的玻璃大楼,作为这个三部曲的完结篇。

扎哈·哈迪德为米兰城市生活设计的大厦期望摆脱注重技术层面的方案,而更加依赖于建筑学理论,坐落在米兰国际展览中心的大门口,探索这里所特有的活力与动态。

该建筑合并了办公室和零售空间,大厦底商临街,为前方的广场带来了活力。大厦拔地而起,在扭转中指向天际,楼板围绕核心筒逐层向上旋转,楼顶与哈迪德在河对岸设计的城市生活住宅开发项目的楼顶一齐。

中央核心筒可承受横向载荷,而垂直荷载由一组辐射状排布的柱子承担。双叶式的立面结合利用了遮阳百叶窗和通风调风器,以保持舒适的内部环境。

哈迪德设计的城市生活住宅项目将成为基地的两大住宅项目之一,另一个由利伯斯金设计。哈迪德的住宅由七座围绕庭院而建的线形建筑组成,打造了一道蜿蜒的城市天际线,这些住房最低5层,最高13层。立面采用了纤维水泥和天然木板,有利于凸显哈迪德著名的流体造型,这种造型体现在了露台和阳台上。

大多数公寓都面向东南方,充分利用光照,也能欣赏整座城市和公园的美景。一楼大堂为双层高,其巨大的开口与公园形成了牢固的视觉联系。

今年年底,豪华公寓可望交付使用,而商业大厦计划在2015年完工。

建筑师:扎哈·哈迪德建筑师事务所

地点:意大利米兰,Viale Duilio 5

设计者:扎哈·哈迪德、帕特里克·舒马赫

项目总监:Gianluca Racana

项目建筑师:Paolo Zilli

设计团队:Andrea Balducci, Caste H. Goswin Rothenthal, Gianluca Barone, Marco Amoroso, Alvin Triestanto, Letizia Simoni, Subharthi Guha, Marina Martinez, Luis Miguel Samanez, Santiago F. Achury, Massimo Napoleoni, Massimiliano Piccinini, Annarita Papeschi, Martha Read, Carles S. Martinez, Arianna Russo, Giuseppe Morando, Peter McCarthy, Line Rahbek, Mario Mattia, Matteo Pierotti

竞赛团队:Simon Kim, Yael Brosilovski, Adriano De Gioannis, Graham Modlen, Karim Muallem, Daniel Li, Yang Jingwen, Tiago Correia, Ana Cajiao, Daniel Baerlecken, Judith Reitz

咨询管理:J&A/Ramboll

大厦结构工程师:Redesco, Holzner & Bertagnolli, CAP

机电:Max Fordham + Manens-Tifs

立面:Arup

电梯技术:Jappsen

防火安全:Mistretta

哈迪德大厦总面积:122,700 sqm

哈迪德大厦办公面积:67,000 sqm

哈迪德大厦商业零售面积:15,000 sqm

哈迪德大厦商业停车场、储藏室、机房:40,700 sqm

哈迪德住宅楼总面积:45,000 sqm

哈迪德住宅楼商业零售面积:25,000 sqm

哈迪德住宅楼办公面积:65,000 sqm

竣工时间:2015

摄影:Zaha Hadid Architects, Courtesy of CityLife, Zaha Hadid Architects , Courtesy of Zaha Hadid Architects


CityLife Milano is an ambitious commercial and residential development on Milan's historic former trade fair grounds: the Fiera Milano. On the surface, over half of CityLife Milano will be covered with upwards of 168,000 square meters of landscaped parkland dedicated to pedestrians and bicycles. This lush, pedestrianized space will be centered around a grand new piazza - named 'piazza delle tre torri' - shaped by a trio of towers and surrounded by a cluster of residences, all designed by three world-renowned architects. As previously mentioned, Arata Isozaki and Andrea Maffei has contributed the Isozaki Tower, which is planned to become the tallest skyscraper in Italy at 202 meters and will be built alongside the curved, 150 meter Libeskind Tower by - you guess it - Daniel Libeskind. To complete the triad, Zaha Hadid has designed a twisting, glazed tower, which will rise 170 meters into the skyline.

More on the Hadid Tower and surrounding development after the break...

Born of the desire to move away from the concept of towers being 'technocratic engineering solutions' and embrace a strategy with more architectural input, Zaha Hadid's tower for CityLife Milan intends to investigate the dynamism and movement created by its position as the gateway to the Fiera Milano.

The structure will incorporate both office and retail space, whose commercial front will activate the piazza at the base of the tower. Rising upwards, the tower twists and its floor plates incrementally rotate around a central core so that its summit aligns with the geometry of the Hadid-designed CityLife housing development across the river.

Lateral loads will be resisted by the central core and vertical loads dealt with by a radial array of columns. The double leaf facade utilizes a combination of sun-deflecting louvers and ventilation registers to maintain a comfortable environment internally.

The Hadid-designed CityLife housing will be one of two residential developments on site, the other being a Libeskind creation. The Hadid residences consist of seven linear buildings wrapping around a courtyard, creating a sinuous urban skyline, which starts at five-stories and rises upwards to thirteen. The fibre cement and natural wood panels of the facade help to emphasize Hadid's notable fluid form, which are represented in the terraces and balconies.

Most of the apartments face south-east to exploit the sunlight and views from across the city and park. On the ground floor the double-height lobbies embody large openings and create strong visual continuity with the park.

The residents can expect to begin occupying their swanky apartments by the end of this year, whilst the towers are planned for completion in 2015.

Architects: Zaha Hadid Architects

Location: Viale Duilio 5 20145 Milan, Province of Milan, Italy 02 862041

Design: Zaha Hadid with Patrik Schumacher

Project Director: Gianluca Racana

Project Architect: Paolo Zilli

Design Team: Andrea Balducci, Caste H. Goswin Rothenthal, Gianluca Barone, Marco Amoroso, Alvin Triestanto, Letizia Simoni, Subharthi Guha, Marina Martinez, Luis Miguel Samanez, Santiago F. Achury, Massimo Napoleoni, Massimiliano Piccinini, Annarita Papeschi, Martha Read, Carles S. Martinez, Arianna Russo, Giuseppe Morando, Peter McCarthy, Line Rahbek, Mario Mattia, Matteo Pierotti

Competition Team: Simon Kim, Yael Brosilovski, Adriano De Gioannis, Graham Modlen, Karim Muallem, Daniel Li, Yang Jingwen, Tiago Correia, Ana Cajiao, Daniel Baerlecken, Judith Reitz

Consultants Management: J&A/Ramboll

Tower Structural Engineer: Redesco, Holzner & Bertagnolli, CAP

M&E: Max Fordham + Manens-Tifs

Facade: Arup

Lift's Strategy: Jappsen

Fire Fighting Strategy: Mistretta

Total Area Hadid Tower: 122,700 sqm

Hadid Tower Office Space Area: 67,000 sqm

Hadid Tower Commercial Retail Area: 15,000 sqm

Hadid Tower Commercial Parking, Storage, Plantrooms: 40,700 sqm

Total Area Hadid Residences : 45,000 sqm

Hadid Residences Commercial Retail Area: 25,000 sqm

Hadid Residences Office Space Area: 65,000 sqm

Year: 2015

Photographs: Zaha Hadid Architects, Courtesy of CityLife, Zaha Hadid Architects , Courtesy of Zaha Hadid Architects