韩国,首尔,新临江开发区总体规划国际竞赛/丹尼尔·里伯斯金工作室

丹尼尔·里伯斯金工作室(Studio Daniel Libeskind)赢得了一个3400万平方英尺、总造价20亿美元的韩国首都首尔新临江开发区(New Riverfront Development District)总体规划国际竞赛。

纽约 - 丹尼尔·里伯斯金工作室赢得了韩国首尔的Yongsan国际商业区的总体规划竞赛。位于汉江(Han River)边上,紧靠首都公园的面积庞大的新区有大量住宅、办公楼和商业。

丹尼尔·里伯斯金说:“我们非常自豪能够在众多的杰出的设计机构参与的重大项目中脱颖而出”。决赛包括Asymptome ,福斯特+合伙人,Jerde合伙人事务所、SOM。丹尼尔.李博斯金工作室与ARUP 以及 Martha Schwartz公司最终获胜。

此规划被成为“21群岛”,因为每一个功能区就好象是漂浮在绿色公园之海上的岛屿。建筑面积共计3400万平方英尺,2011年动工,总造价20亿美元。由韩国企业——龙山发展有限公司开发。地区也将包含新的文化机构,教育设施和快速运输系统。 

丹尼尔·里伯斯金,建筑学士,硕士,AIA成员,是国际上从事建筑和城市设计实践的知名人物。他在建筑学中引入批判性话语和多学科研究而知名。他的实践主要包括文化和商业建筑,还包括博物馆、音乐厅、会议中心、大学、独立住宅、酒店、购物中心及住宅。

丹尼尔·里伯斯金1989年在德国柏林建立自己的建筑工作室。2003年2月赢得了世界贸易中心遗址概念设计后,把总部搬到纽约市,离世贸遗址只有两个街区。丹尼尔·里伯斯金工作室在欧洲有2个办事处,分别设在瑞士-苏黎世和意大利-米兰,另外还有一些工地办公室,分布在世界各地:美国旧金山,丹佛,伯尔尼,多伦多,米兰及香港等地。

自1990年以来,该办事处已被幸运地参与了各种各样的城市,建筑和文化项目。 他们在德国,瑞士,丹麦,迪拜,荷兰,英国,爱尔兰,意大利,加拿大,美国,日本,西班牙,以色列,墨西哥,韩国,新加坡和中国赢得了许多主要文化建筑和重大城市项目。2006年10月,丹尼尔.李博斯金工作室获得了丹佛艺术博物馆和新的住宅。此外,今年夏天,获得了加拿大多伦多皇家安大略博物馆扩建项目,德国柏林犹太博物馆扩建项目,位于美国的“上升住宅大楼”将开工。

丹尼尔·里伯斯金的建筑反映了他持续关注哲学、艺术、音乐、文学、戏剧和电影,以及不断扩大建筑和城市规划的视野。这是丹尼尔·里伯斯金根本的思想和动机:建筑和城市设计的项目应该感知人类的力量,并与它们所在的社区的文化相对话。

 

丹尼尔·里伯斯金说:“当时的想法是创建一个21世纪的建筑——变革,充满活力,可持续和多样化,我想使每个形式,每个地方,每个社区都是不同的、独特的。总体规划和其中的每个建筑都应该反映汉城中心区复杂的历史和文化”。

原文:http://www.bustler.net/index.php/article/libeskind_wins_20b_seoul_master_plan_competition/

Studio Daniel Libeskind Wins International Master Plan Competition to Create 34 Million Square Foot, $20 Billion New Riverfront Development District in Seoul, South Korea

The plan, called Archipelago 21 because each of the linked neighborhoods functions like “islands” within a sea of green park space, will contain a total of 34 million square feet of built area. The $20 billion development is slated to break ground in 2011. The development entity is Yongsan Development Co., Ltd, a South Korean conglomerate. The district will also contain new cultural institutions, educational facilities and rapid transportation systems.

“The idea is to create a 21st Century destination that is at once transformative, vibrant, sustainable and diverse,” Mr. Libeskind said. “I wanted to make each form, each place, each neighborhood as varied and distinctive as possible. The plan, and each building within it, should reflect the vertical and cultural complexity of the heart of Seoul. 

NEW YORK - Studio Daniel Libeskind has been named winner of the master plan competition for the Yongsan International Business District of Seoul, South Korea. The new large-scale district features a cluster of residential, office and retail neighborhoods in an extensive urban park along the Han River.

“We are proud to be selected for this major project from among so many distinguished firms,” Mr. Libeskind said. Finalists included Asymptome, Foster+Partners, Jerde Partnership and Skidmore Owings & Merrill. Studio Daniel Libeskind worked with ARUP and Martha Schwartz, Inc. on the winning entry.

Daniel Libeskind, B.Arch. M.A. BDA AIA is an international figure in architectural practice and urban design. He is well known for introducing a new critical discourse into architecture and for his multidisciplinary approach. His practice extends from building major cultural and commercial institutions - including museums and concert halls - to convention centers, universities, housing, hotels, shopping centers and residential work.

Daniel Libeskind established his architectural studio in Berlin, Germany in 1989. Upon winning the design study for the World Trade Center Site in February 2003, Studio Daniel Libeskind moved its headquarters to New York City and the office is now headquartered two blocks south of the original World Trade Center site. SDL also has two European offices based in Zürich, Switzerland and Milan, Italy; as well as a number of site offices located around the world: San Francisco, Denver, Bern, Toronto, Milan and Hong Kong.

Since 1990, the office has been fortunate to be involved in a diverse array of urban, architectural and cultural projects. SDL has won commissions for major cultural buildings and significant urban projects in Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, Dubai, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Italy, Canada, the United States, Japan, Spain, Israel, Mexico, Korea, Singapore and China. Most recently, Mr. Libeskind’s extension to the Denver Art Museum and its new residences opened in October 2006. In addition, this summer, the Extension to the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Canada; the extension to the Jewish Museum Berlin in Germany; and the Ascent, a residential tower in the United States, will open.

Daniel Libeskind’s architecture continues to reflect his profound interest and involvement in philosophy, art, music, literature, theater and film, as well as a continuing commitment to expanding the horizons of architecture and urbanism. It is fundamental to Daniel Libeskind’s thinking and motivation that buildings and urban projects are crafted with perceptible human energy and that they speak to the larger cultural community in which they are built.

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