法国,马赛,当代艺术中心 / 隈研吾建筑物事务所

建筑师: 隈研吾建筑物事务所(Kengo Kuma & Associates)

地点:法国马赛

施工现场主管建筑师:Nicolas Moreau, Jean-Daniel Boyé, Frank Anderle, Loïc Lequertier, Pascal Ferrera

建筑设计团队:Kengo Kuma, Yuki Ikeguchi, Nicolas Moreau, Louise Lemoine, Félicien Duval, Shinku Noda, Jun Shibata

面积:5,757 sqm

年份:2013

摄影: Nicolas Waltefaugle, Erieta Attali

当地建筑师:Toury et Vallet

结构工程师:CEBAT ingénierie

机械工程师:ETB Antonelli

立面工程师:ARCORA

以下文字来自建筑师。这个为普罗旺斯-阿尔卑斯-蓝色海岸地区(PACA)建造的马赛当代艺术中心(FRAC)项目,是法国著名作家、政治家André Malraux发明的“没有围墙的博物馆”的现实版本。这是一座不像博物馆的博物馆,亦是一个动态的场所,这里的艺术作品处于不断变动位置的状态,起到了文化传播的作用,与游客产生了互动。

建筑师将FRAC当成是这座城市的一个标志,让当代艺术作品更容易直接面对观众。

该建筑作为此地的标志性建筑物,其身份之显著毋庸置疑。

建筑由两个易于辨认的部分构成:

——沿着文森特·勒布朗大街展开的主体包含展览空间和文献资料中心

——一座小塔楼容纳了礼堂和儿童工作坊,临主要大街的塔楼上方有一个空中露台。

这两个外形清晰可辨的体量之间由一组人行天桥相连,并具有统一的外围护结构:由透明度不断变化的玻璃板构成的玻璃表皮。

该建筑从不同尺度探索了窗户与开口这两大主题。建筑师希望创建一个独特的创意与生活空间,其活动与影响必须遍及整座城市,以及周边地区和社区(咖啡露台……)。


Architects: Kengo Kuma & Associates

Location: Marseille, France

Architect In Charge Of Construction Site: Nicolas Moreau, Jean-Daniel Boyé, Frank Anderle, Loïc Lequertier, Pascal Ferrera

Architecture Team: Kengo Kuma, Yuki Ikeguchi, Nicolas Moreau, Louise Lemoine, Félicien Duval, Shinku Noda, Jun Shibata

Area: 5,757 sqm

Year: 2013

Photographs: Nicolas Waltefaugle, Erieta Attali

Local Architect: Toury et Vallet

Structure Engineer: CEBAT ingénierie

Mechanical Engineer: ETB Antonelli

Facade Engineer: ARCORA

From the architect. The project of the contemporary art center (FRAC) for the region Provence Alpes Cotes d’Azur (PACA) is the 3D version of the “museum without walls” invented by André Malraux, famous French writer and politician. It is a museum without a museum, a living and moving place, where the art pieces are in a constant movement and join the logic of diffusion and interaction with the visitors.

KKAA thought the FRAC as a signal in the city, which allows a better visibility to contemporary art.

The building stands up as a landmark which identity is clearly asserted.

It is composed with two recognizable parts:

-  The main body along the street Vincent Leblanc contains the exhibition spaces and documentation center

-  A small tower with auditorium and children’s workshop, offers an upper terrace on the main boulevard.

These two clearly identified entities are connected between them by a set of footbridges and are unified by the envelope made by an glass skin, composed with panels with changing opacity.

The building explores the theme of the windows and openings on different scales. KKAA wishes to create a particular space of creation and life, which action and effect is bounded to the entire city, as well as the surrounding district and neighborhood (cafe-terrace...).