阿塞拜疆,巴库,盖达尔·阿利耶夫国际机场 / Autoban

建筑师:Autoban

地点:阿塞拜疆 巴库

合作者:Arup + Woods Bagot

面积:65000.0 sqm

竣工时间: 2014

摄影师:Kerem Sanliman

文字来自建筑师。阿塞拜疆的盖达尔·阿利耶夫国际机场新航站楼不久后将在该国的首都开放。这座地标性的航站楼是由伊斯坦布尔的Autoban工作室设计的,室内设计极具特色,给人带来别样的空间体验。

这家事务所涉猎范围广泛,他们善于应用试验性的反类型设计方法。这处当代的室内空间充斥着该事务所的设计手法,打破了传统机场的空洞空间感和不带个人色彩的空间体验。

Autoban的设计灵感来自阿塞拜疆人的热情好客,其获得红点奖的设计遍布航站楼的整个旅客空间,包括定制的木“茧”。木“茧”传达出一种热情好客的态度,开启旅客的发现之旅,并为人们的会面和休息提供了场所。

采用叙事风格和非传统的形式是Autoban工作室特有的设计手法。十余年来,工作室因其富有创造力的、充满人性色彩的设计手法而闻名,所涉及的空间深深地植根于当地的文化、社会和地理环境中,并为建筑中的居民和观赏建筑的游客提供给了意料之外和发人深思的体验。

在盖达尔·阿利耶夫的项目中,工作室定制的室内陈设和照明方案颠覆了机场惯有的室内风格,采用了具有触感的天然材料,如木材、石材和织物,照明光线温暖而又柔和。木“茧”是建筑与艺术的融合,它们尺寸各异,其中容纳了多家咖啡店、店铺和其他的设施,成为大型交通枢纽中富有魅力、引人注目的景观,挑战了人们对机场环境的预期。

Autoban还构思、设计和装饰了四个指定的非常漂亮的萨拉姆休息厅,专供商务舱旅客使用,用自己的丰富经验为这些高端客户提供更加优质的服务。

机场现在的面积为65000平方米,每年的游客吞吐量将超过600万。这些游客将Autoban工作室设计的这座充满创意、功能完善、令人难忘的机场作为大门,走向欣赏这个国家和更广泛的高加索地区的旅程。


Architects: Autoban

Location: Baku, Azerbaijan

Collaborators: Arup + Woods Bagot

Area: 65000.0 sqm

Year: 2014

Photographs: Kerem Sanliman

From the architect. The new terminal at Azerbaijan’s Heydar Aliyev International Airport will soon open in the country’s capital of Baku. The landmark terminal features interior architecture and experiential design by the globally acclaimed, Istanbul-based Autoban studio.

Bearing all the hallmarks of the multidisciplinary studio’s experimental, genre- defying approach, the contemporary interiors overturn airport conventions of cavernous space and impersonal experience.

Taking inspiration from Azerbaijani hospitality, Autoban’s Red Dot award-winning design spans the entirety of the terminal’s passenger spaces, and includes striking custom-made wooden ‘cocoons’ that create a sense of welcome and discovery, and opportunities to either meet or retreat.

This use of narrative and unconventional forms is typical of Autoban’s idiosyncratic approach. For more than a decade, the studio has developed a reputation for its imaginative, human approach to design, creating spaces that are firmly rooted in cultural, social and geographic narratives, yet offer unexpected and thought- provoking experiences to their inhabitants and visitors.

At Heydar Aliyev, their bespoke furnishings and lighting schemes upend airport typologies, opting for tactile natural materials such as wood, stone and textiles, gently and warmly lit. The cocoons – which vary in size and house an array of cafes, kiosks and other amenities – exist at the convergence of architecture and art, creating an inviting, intriguing landscape within the huge transportation hub that challenges expectations of the airport environment.

Autoban have also conceived, designed and furnished four handsomely appointed ‘Salam Lounges’ exclusively for business class use, extending the best of their hospitality expertise to these premium passengers.

Now spanning 65,000 square metres, more than six million passengers a year are expected to pass through the airport, enjoying Autoban’s thoughtful, highly functional and memorable gateway to the country and the wider Caucasus region.