墨西哥, 墨西哥城,Tamayo博物馆扩建/BIG建筑师事务所 + ROJKIND建筑师事务所

丹麦BIG建筑师事务所和Michel Rojkind建筑师事务所一同赢得了位于墨西哥城外的新Tamayo博物馆扩建的设计竞赛。建筑的概念是“打开的盒子”,打开盒子形成一个十字形。Tamayo博物馆位于一个小山上,俯瞰城市。

以下是建筑师解释项目:

Tamayo博物馆位于墨西哥最大的城市——墨西哥城郊外的Atizapan的一座陡峭的小山上。它将提供本地,地区和国际的教育和文化服务。它以出生于Oaxacan的艺术家Rufino Tamayo (1899-1991)命名。扩建部分的强烈而具有象征性的十字体型直接解释了客户的基本目的,而且符合博物馆最佳的功能流线。

 

Tamayo博物馆扩建部分的主要概念是“打开的盒子”,邀请游客进入一个开启的盒子中。封装,恢复和存储这三种建筑带来的象征意味暗示游客艺术品所经过的不同的阶段而达到最终的效果。这是一个非常直接的,强有力的和具有象征意义的项目。

建筑的体型来自客户的初步研究,确定了最佳的功能,还要能在山下获得最佳的视觉效果,要能最佳地利用地形,给建筑下方的户外活动区域提供尽量多的遮蔽。室内外空间重叠,为每个不同的功能区提供最佳的环境和气候。

Michel Rojkind, Rojkind 建筑师事务所:

理解当代艺术空间可能比比理解其中包含的艺术品还要重要。我们的方案的形式来源于客户做的早期研究,在艺术空间中确保每个空间都有最好的功能。巧妙利用地形。在形式,功能和视觉冲击力三者之间达到平衡。当功能满足以后,我们应当注重细节,通过理解周围的环境,而自身的简单体型成为有力的象征符号,有争议性,但是适合表达新的空间。

有不同大小空洞的立面墙面消除或减少了空调,提供足够的天光,并避免阳光直射,带来良好通风。此形式也暗示了博物馆建筑的形式和内容,并吸引了游客。游客在现场会感受到建筑的设计是适度的、智慧的,并是可持续的。

Bjarke Ingels, BIG 合作伙伴负责人:

当你问当代艺术家,他们希望什么样的空间去展示自己的作品,-他们几乎总是回答老工业仓库或阁楼空间。他们的工作室往往在这种空间中,但最重要的是建筑中不加修饰的结构,大跨度和很高的天花板为他们提供最大的展示自由。另一方面,博物馆馆长或市长可能想要一个标志性建筑,以吸引游客。所以,博物馆设计往往是陷入了两难境地:艺术家需要功能简单,博物馆(和建筑师的)希望建立一个标志性建筑。十字形的设计同时满足了功能和标志性。

新Tamayo博物馆扩建Atizapan 设计者名单:

 

BIG建筑师事务所 + ROJKIND建筑师事务所

客户 PATRONATO TAMAYO

面积 3;500 平方米

地点:墨西哥

竞赛第一名

 

BIG 建筑师事务所

负责人: Bjarke Ingels & Andreas Klok Pedersen

团队: Pauline Lavie, Maxime Enrico, Pål Arnulf Trodahl

 

Rojkind 建筑师事务所

负责人: Michel Rojkind

团队: Agustín Pereyra, Monica Orozco, Ma. Fernanda Gómez, Tere Levy, Isaac Smeke, Juan José

Barrios, Roberto Gil Will, Joe Tarr

 

结构设计:

Romo y 合作伙伴

 

景观设计:

ENTORNO taller de paisaje

 

图形设计:

Ernesto Moncada

 

视觉设计:

Glessner Group - Germán Glessner

 

图片: BIG/Michel Rojkind

原文:http://www.archdaily.com/22625/new-tamayo-museum-rojkind-arquitectos-and-big/

Danish architects BIG, together with Michel Rojkind Arquitectos, have won the competition for the New Tamayo Museum which is to be build right outside of Mexico City. Based on the concept of an “opened box” which unfolds into a cross shape, the Museo Tamayo will occupy a hillside overlooking the city.

Here is how 
the architects explain the project:

 

Set upon a steep hillside in Atizapan on the outskirts of Mexico’s largest metropolis will soon sit the New Tamayo Museum which will serve as a nucleus of education and culture, locally, regionally, and internationally. Named after the Oaxacan born artist Rufino Tamayo (1899-1991) The very strong and symbolic shape of the cross is a direct interpretation of the client’s preliminary program studies that defined the museums optimal functionality.

MUSEO TAMAYO EX-TENSION ATIZAPAN makes the best of the steep terrain allowing the galleries to shade the more social programs below, exterior and interior spaces overlap to provide the best environment possible for each function, and optimal climatic performance. The permeable brick shading façade eliminates or reduces the need for AC and combines good daylight with no sunshine and plenty of natural ventilation. Although, it will be the museums symbolic provocation of its form and content that will attract its visitors, once there, they will discover that its design, though modest, is intelligently and sustainably planned.

Bjarke Ingels, BIG Partner-in-Charge:

When you ask contemporary artists what kind of space they would prefer to exhibit their work in – they almost always describe old industrial warehouses or loft spaces. It is the kind of space where they have their studios, but most importantly the rough structures, with large spans and generous ceiling heights provides them with the maximum freedom of expression. On the other hand the museum director or the mayor might want an icon that to attract visitors.So museum design is often caught in a dilemma between the artists demand for functional simplicity and the museum’s (and architect’s) desire to create a landmark. The cantilevering cross is the literal materialization of the cruciform functional diagram – devoid of any artistic interpretation. MUSEO TAMAYO EX-TENSION ATIZAPAN becomes the embodiment of pure function and pure symbol at the same time.

The new Tamayo Museum Ex-Tension Atizapan Credit List:

 

ARCHITECTS BIG + ROJKIND ARQUITECTOS

CLIENT PATRONATO TAMAYO

SIZE 3;500 M2

LOCATION MEXICO

STATUS COMPETITION 1. PRIZE

 

BIG Architects

Partners-in-Charge: Bjarke Ingels & Andreas Klok Pedersen

Team: Pauline Lavie, Maxime Enrico, Pål Arnulf Trodahl

 

Rojkind Arquitectos

Partner-in-Charge: Michel Rojkind

Team: Agustín Pereyra, Monica Orozco, Ma. Fernanda Gómez, Tere Levy, Isaac Smeke, Juan José

Barrios, Roberto Gil Will, Joe Tarr

 

Structural Engineer:

Romo y Asociados

 

Landscape Design:

ENTORNO taller de paisaje

 

Graphic Design:

Ernesto Moncada

 

Visualization:

Glessner Group - Germán Glessner

 

Images: BIG/Michel Rojkind

The main concept of MUSEO TAMAYO EX-TENSION ATIZAPAN is an “OPENED BOX” that unfolds, opens and invites the visitors inside. Package, restoration and storage will serve as additional cultural spaces for visitors to understand the stages that an art piece goes through in order to get to its specific destination. This is a very direct, strong and symbolic project. Where the shape derives from the client’s preliminary studies that defined the optimal functionality and was then enhanced by taking advantage of the best views from above, making the best of the steep terrain and shading the more social program below, exterior and interior spaces overlap to provide the best environment possible for each function, and optimal climatic performance.

Michel Rojkind, Rojkind Arquitectos:

Understanding that contemporary art spaces pretend to be more important than the art they contain, our proposal arises from the scheme of requirements previously studied by our clients, assuring maximum functionality in each area while focusing on the development of art projects. By enhancing the program and understanding the topography, a balance between form, function and visual impact for this important space was created. Once the functional part was improved, we could give attention to details that make the space not only a culture enclosure, but also a building that understands its surroundings to distinguish itself and transform from a simple form to a powerful symbol, controversial, but ideal to lodge this new space.

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