巴西,世界杯场馆进改造方案 / Castro Mello

在这些以“Casa Futebol”为题的设计方案中,1week1project的建筑师Axel de Stampa和Sylvain Macaux对巴西世界杯的场馆进行了改造,在原有结构中插入大约105平方米的居住单元。设计是针对每个场馆进行的,使这些场馆可以继续正常运转,场馆的部分门票收入用于住房的建设和维护。Casa Futebol计划或用预制构件替代部分看台,或利用外立面,为这些纪念性建筑增加了人体规模。

Arena das Dunas体育场 / Populous

巴西国家体育场 / Castro Mello

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Axel de Stampa和Sylvain Macaux两位建筑师在巴黎-贝尔维尔建筑学院接受过训练,现在在法国巴黎和智力圣地亚哥两地工作。

2013年,他们创立了1week1project事务所,并为自己设立了每周都要创造一个“自然建筑”项目的挑战。虽然他们到目前为止“仅仅”设计了25个项目,但挑战仍在继续。“不管是何种空间,无论是城市、乡村还是数字环境,总是有新的可能性,等待被创造出来:它可以是休闲空间,可以是使人们情绪激昂的空间,也可以是将公众作为设计中心的空间,还有无限其他可能。我们将带给它一个新的身份,向人们展示它是一个什么用途的空间,”他们说。

“我们的事务所是一个集体企业:我们召集了来自不同学科的人组成了事务所,我们愿意倾听不同的声音。”

这些方案设计并没有得到2014年巴西世界杯的建筑师或组织者的批准。


In these hypothetical designs entitled "Casa Futebol", Architects Axel de Stampa and Sylvain Macaux of 1Week1Project have proposed a reappropriation of Brazil's World Cup venues by inserting housing units of approximately 105 square meters into the existing structures. The designs are tailored to each stadium, allowing them to continue to operate smoothly, with part of the money raised by ticket revenue used to finance the construction and maintenance of dwellings. By either replacing part of the stands with the prefabricated units or by occupying the external facade, Casa Futebol adds a human scale to these monumental buildings.

Read on after the break for all the proposals

Arena das Dunas / Populous

National Stadium of Brazil / Castro Mello

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Axel de Stampa and Sylvain Macaux  are two architects trained at the École d'Architecture de Paris-Belleville. Currently they divide their time between Paris and Santiago, Chile.

In 2013, they created the office 1week1project and set the challenge of producing one project of "spontaneous architecture" per week. Though they have "only" produced 25 projects so far, the challenge continues. "No matter what the space, whether it be urban, rural or digital, there are always new possibilities it can offer, waiting to be borne out: to turn it into a leisure space, to bring out dramatic emotions, to place the public back at the center of the design, and endless others. It’s up to us to give it a new identity and reveal the place for what it is," they say.

"This work in progress is a collective enterprise : by calling upon different people, we mix a truly multidisciplinary practice with our desire to hear from different viewpoints."

These hypothetical designs were not created with the approval of the architects or the organizers of the 2014 Brazil World Cup.