俄罗斯,圣彼得堡,圣彼得堡银行 / nps tchoban voss

建筑师: nps tchoban voss

地点:圣彼得堡,俄罗斯

规划合作:Evgeny Gerasimov, Evgeny Gerasimov & partners, St. Petersburg (Full construction project design services); Sergei Tchoban, nps tchoban voss Berlin (Building construction, interior lobbies); SPEECH Tchoban & Kuznetsov Moscow (Interior offices)

Nps设计团队: Eugen Pfeil, Christoph Heimermann, Natalia Mantler, Pavel Zemskov, Igor Markov, Silvia Grischkat

Speech设计团队:Sennikova Ekaterina, Dionisjeva Maria

面积:40000.0 sqm

时间:2011

摄影师: Aleksey Naroditsky

项目经理:Oleg Kaverin (EGP), Paul Olufs, Valeria Kashirina (nps tchoban voss), Vyacheslav Kazul (SPEECH)

结构工程师:EGP- Evgeny Gerasimov & partners

建筑设备:KlimatProf

整体施工、项目设计服务:EGP- Evgeny Gerasimov & partners Architekten, St. Petersburg Façade: IB Priedemann, Berlin

甲方:Stroitelnaya Kompaniya Sankt-Peterburg

文字来自建筑师。

圣彼得堡银行金融集团的行政总部坐落在涅瓦河和奥克塔河交汇处的河畔,它是奥克塔新综合建筑开发的一部分。涅瓦河畔的一组典型新楼盘正在努力与南侧和北侧的原有建筑和谐相处。建筑高22层,它的新立面处在综合建筑群的主轴线上。圣彼得堡银行是建筑群的中心建筑,两侧是两座9层高的翼楼。这三座建筑坐落在同一个基座上,不同的体量就此被统一在一起。基座的两层地下停车场为该中心提供了充足的停车位。跨越堤坝的人行天桥最终使设计的重点放在河岸与塔楼之间的新轴线上。带水上观景平台和餐厅的游船码头最终将行政大楼与城市的主要干线连接起来。这项规划是同圣彼得堡的叶夫根尼•格拉西莫夫及其合伙人公司(EGP)合作来进行管理的。

一层部分的立面用天然石材覆盖,为游客和路人提供熟悉的环境,并营造一种安全可靠和高品质的感觉。翼楼的设计各有特色,其特点是以各种方式呈现在人们眼前的垂直构件和水平构件。北侧的建筑由三个相同的体量构成,楼层平面呈凸曲线,转角带有一定的弧度,极具表现力。南侧的翼楼是由玻璃、亚光和高光的暗色石材表面构成的具有古典建筑风格的立方体结构。塔楼以它的高度和独特的轮廓与两座翼楼区分开来。面向河畔一侧的玻璃立面在整个长度上向内弯曲。由此而形成的腰节给建筑额外增加了微妙的动感。因此从河对面看,无论哪个角度,建筑都非常优雅。未来,跨越堤坝的水上人行天桥将成为与河岸垂直的主轴线。人行天桥延伸到水上观景平台和餐厅,并将后退式设计的行政大楼与涅瓦河联系起来。

两座翼楼和塔楼的室内大堂和公共区域的设计是根据这三座建筑不同的建筑类型量身定制的。只有银行建筑间广场上的花岗岩铺地材料延伸到主大堂内,使室内和室外具有一定的连续性。塔楼双层高大厅的室内更是全部采用玻璃,以更好地接待用户和游客。像魔术拼贴画一样的大型板材上呈现出原有的圣彼得堡银行大楼的部分画面。因此,圣彼得堡成为了充满自信、不忘本源的公司的代表,同时,它利用了圣彼得堡作为波罗地海大都市的商业传统。建筑的设计兼顾圣彼得堡原有的城市规划。


Architects: nps tchoban voss

Location: Saint Petersburg, Russia

Planning Collaboration: Evgeny Gerasimov, Evgeny Gerasimov & partners, St. Petersburg (Full construction project design services); Sergei Tchoban, nps tchoban voss Berlin (Building construction, interior lobbies); SPEECH Tchoban & Kuznetsov Moscow (Interior offices)

Design Team Nps: Eugen Pfeil, Christoph Heimermann, Natalia Mantler, Pavel Zemskov, Igor Markov, Silvia Grischkat

Design Team Speech: Sennikova Ekaterina, Dionisjeva Maria

Area: 40000.0 sqm

Year: 2011

Photographs: Aleksey Naroditsky

Project Manager: Oleg Kaverin (EGP), Paul Olufs, Valeria Kashirina (nps tchoban voss), Vyacheslav Kazul (SPEECH)

Structural Engineering: EGP- Evgeny Gerasimov & partners

Building Equipment: KlimatProf

Full Construction Project Design Services: EGP- Evgeny Gerasimov & partners Architekten, St. Petersburg Façade: IB Priedemann, Berlin

Client: Stroitelnaya Kompaniya Sankt-Peterburg

From the architect. Located on the banks of the River Neva near the confluence with the River Okhta, the future administrative headquarters of financial group Bank Saint Petersburg develops within St. Petersburg‘s new Okhta complex. While a group of typical new blocks on the Neva banks are tying in with the existing buildings in the north and south, the new front opens in the main axis of the complex and gives view to a 22-storey high-rise. It represents the central element of the complex and is flanked by two 9-storey buildings on one common basis unifying the different volumes and offering ample parking space for the new quarter on two basement levels. Running accross the embankment a pedestrian bridge will eventually put particular emphasis on the new axis between the river and the tower. A jetty for tourist boats with a viewing platform and a restaurant entering the water finally connects the administration building with the main artery of the city. The planning is conducted in collaboration with EGP Evgeny Gerasimov and Partners, St. Petersburg.

The façades of the ground floor areas, clad with natural stone, have been selected to offer visitors and passers-by familiar surroundings and create a feeling of soundness and high quality. The side wings have been equipped each with their own design putting particular emphasis on vertical and horizontal elements in various ways. The northern building has been made up of three equal volumes showing convex curved floor plans soft-edge corners and performing demonstratively, while the southern wing is made of glass and matte and glossy dark stone surfaces describing a cube with classical architectural structure. The tower contrasts them by its height and its special silhouette. On the riverside its glass façade bends inwardly along the entire height. The resulting waistline adds subtle dynamics to the building making it appear elegant from almost every direction from across the river. In the future a pedestrian bridge across the embankment and onto the river marks the main axis perpendicular to the river bank. In its extension a boat dock with viewing platform and restaurant enters the water and thus connects the set-back administrative complex with the River Neva.

The design of the individual inner lobbies and public areas has been adapted to the individual characteristics of the three building types, i.e. the two wings and the tower. Only the granite paved floor of the plaza between the Bank buildings runs into the main lobbies and ensures a particular continuity between outside and inside. Especially the two-story lobby of the tower has been provided with full interior glazing creating a stunning reception for all users and visitors. It shows large-size panels featuring fragments of historical bank buildings of St. Petersburg as a illusionist collage. Bank St. Petersburg is hence being presented as a self-confident company always conscious of its local roots and at the same time utilizing the rich mercantile tradition of the Baltic metropolis of St. Petersburg and alluding to the St. Petersburg town planning history.