澳大利亚,南墨尔本,克莱基伯恩高速公路匝道/ Tonkin Zulaikha Greer + Taylor Cullity Lethlean

建筑师:Taylor Cullity Lethlean + Tonkin Zulaikha Greer

地点:澳大利亚南墨尔本国际中心,休谟高速公路

设计团队:Peter Tonkin, Neil Mackenzie, Heidi Pronk, Kon Vourtzoumis, Richard Healey-Finlay

景观设计师:Taylor Cullity Lethlean. Artist: Robert Owen

摄影:Peter Hyatt

以下文字来自建筑师。本项目为一条安装有隔音墙和道路设备的32公里长的高速公路匝道,连接了休谟高速公路与墨尔本环线,与景观设计公司Taylor Cullity Lethlean合作完成。艺术家和雕塑家罗伯特·欧文也参与了所有元素的概念设计和造型制作工作。

本项目的设计是为了体验110公里的高速公路时速。它包括三个系列的雕塑隔音墙、一座人行天桥,以及道路桥梁、防撞护栏和挡土结构这一组设计元素。

第一个系列的隔音墙由Tonkin Zulaikha Greer设计,总长度超过2公里,由多面体奥氏体钢板构成,折叠产生了简单的凹凸感,创造了轻微起伏的钢板表面,漂浮在凹形的黑色混凝土底座上方。

第二个系列的墙体由Taylor Cullity Lethlean设计,这部分墙是半透明和透明的,保留了附近居民区的光线和视野。墙体材料都是侧光式丙烯酸板,用数码图案进行喷砂处理,上方覆盖彩色的预制混凝土薄板。第三个系列的墙体依然由Tonkin Zulaikha Greer设计,以富有戏剧感的泥土造型建造在原有的地形上。石筐的运用和植被密布的泥土狭道实现了所需的噪音控制。

新人行桥为本项目的一个主要元素,它成为通向从地平线上远眺得到的遥远的墨尔本市的门户。这座桥的平立面设计均为复杂的曲线形式,为钢管桁架结构,表面同样采用了奥氏体钢材,作为主要的隔音墙材料,不过在这里墙体似乎越过了路面,展示了一种欢迎或挥别的姿态。


Architects: Taylor Cullity Lethlean + Tonkin Zulaikha Greer

Location: Hume Freeway, Melbourne VIC, Australia

Design Team: Peter Tonkin, Neil Mackenzie, Heidi Pronk, Kon Vourtzoumis, Richard Healey-Finlay

Landscape Architecture: Taylor Cullity Lethlean. Artist: Robert Owen

Photographs: Peter Hyatt

From the architect. Sound walls and road furniture’ for a new 32km stretch of freeway linking the Hume Highway with the Melbourne Ring Road were designed in association with Landscape Architects Taylor Cullity Lethlean.  Artist and sculptor Robert Owen was also creatively involved in the concept design and modelling of all the elements.

The project was designed to be experienced at a freeway speed of 110km per hour.  It includes three series of sculptural sound walls, a pedestrian bridge and a set of design parameters for road bridges, crash barriers and retaining structures.

The main series of walls by Tonkin Zulaikha Greer total over 2 kilometres in length, and are made from facetted austenitic steel sheets modelled in simple concave and convex folds to produce a gently undulating wave of steel floating on a recessed dark concrete base.

A second series of walls by Taylor Cullity Lethlean, are translucent and transparent, preserving light and views from residential areas.  These are edge-lit acrylic, sandblasted with a digital pattern and overlaid with coloured precast concrete blades.  The third series, by Tonkin Zulaikha Greer, build on the existing landform with dramatic earth sculpting. The use of gabions and heavily planted earth berms achieve the required sound control.

A major element of the work was a new pedestrian bridge, which was designed as a gateway to the distant city of Melbourne, visible on the horizon.  The bridge, a complex curve in plan and elevation, is a tubular steel truss faced with the same austenitic steel as the main sound walls, which at this point appear to leap over the road in a gesture of welcome or farewell.