黎巴嫩,贝鲁特,贝鲁特露台 / 赫尔佐格和德梅隆事务所

赫尔佐格和梅德隆透露了“贝鲁特露台”的新造型,这是瑞士的公司在黎巴嫩的第一个住宅项目。由Iwan Baan提供的新照片显示,这个119米的高楼由一系列的楼面板堆叠构成。“分层结构的特点是通过将生活区突出或退后形成悬挑和阳台、光与影、居所和暴露在外面的地方。”建筑师解释说。该方案构成一个更广泛的总体设计的一部分,其后,将看到一些办公建筑和住宅高层建筑在附近的一个新的码头建造。

赫尔佐格和梅德隆的分层设计与贝鲁特多样化的历史有关,由于它的地理位置,直接受到了一些不同帝国的影响,2005年,总理拉菲克·哈里里在圣乔治酒店门前遭到暗杀。“贝鲁特露台的设计在很大程度上受到这座城市丰富而动荡的历史的影响,”赫尔佐格和梅德隆说,“面对伤痕累累的历史,贝鲁特人民拥有一个明确的愿景,希望能恢复该地区的活力,旨在重建和振兴该地区的总体规划也正在进行中。”

这个项目有五个关键原则:层叠的露台,内外空间的交错,高层绿植,视线和隐私的平衡,以及光线和个性。由此产生的分层结构利用了贝鲁特温和的气候,丰富的阳台极大地鼓励了人们参与户外活动。“精巧的细节设计以及对各种优质材料的协调运用和搭配,使建筑既高效又豪华,”设计团队继续说道,“精细的环境工程和植物的选用进一步提高了建筑内部的可持续性和生活质量。”

茂密的植被覆盖塔楼内外,是毗邻林荫大道的一个垂直的延伸。“露台上的植被像是一个窗帘,不仅提供了遮阳又能保证每个公寓的隐私。”赫尔佐格和梅德隆解释说。“此外,建筑的绿植具有框景的作用,并通过调节周边环境形成舒适的微气候。”

从可持续的角度来看,该建筑的悬挑不仅可以提供遮阳,而且可以减少太阳辐射热。“每个楼层的楼板在外围护结构四周突出至少60厘米,可以降低大面积双层玻璃幕墙的建造成本,并使其易于维护。”建筑师说,“具有一定厚度的楼板足以通过自身的热质量来平衡日常温度循环,在夜间存储冷量并在白天释放。”

项目概况:

赫尔佐格和梅德隆团队:

合作伙伴: jacques herzog, pierre de meuron, stefan marbach (合作伙伴负责人)

项目团队:tobias winkelmann (联合,项目总监), ursula hürzeler (项目经理), claudia winkelmann (项目经理), alexandria ålgård, claire clément, dorothee dietz, corina ebeling, joris fach, dara huang, julia jamrozik, hamit kaplan, johannes kohnle, yusun kwon, christina liao, samuel nelson, kevin peter, yann petter, daniel rabin, susanna rahm, mónica sedano, raha talebi, antonia weiss, léonie wenz, thomasine wolfensberger

业主:贝鲁特,黎巴嫩,benchmark development SAL


herzog & de meuron’s layered design references beirut’s diverse history, which, as a result of its geographical location, has been directly impacted by a number of different empires. more recently, in 2005, prime minister rafik hariri was assassinated in front of the nearby st. georges hotel. _‘the design of beirut terraces was quite literally influenced by the layers of the city’s rich and tumultuous history,’_ says herzog & de meuron. _‘despite a scarred history, there is a clear vision to rehabilitate the area, with a master plan well under way that aims to rebuild and revitalize this part of beirut.’_the project is defined by five key principles: layers and terraces, inside and outside, vegetation, views and privacy, light and identity. the resulting structure takes advantage of beirut’s moderate climate with generously proportioned terraces that encourage outdoor living. _‘fine detailing and a focus on the concerted orchestration of quality materials produce a structure that is both efficient and luxurious,’_ continues the design team. _‘careful environmental engineering and specific use of vegetation further enhance sustainability and the quality of life within the building.’_lush vegetation has been used both externally and internally, serving as a vertical extension of the adjacent tree-lined boulevard._ ‘the vegetation on the terraces acts as a screen that not only provides shade but also ensures privacy for each apartment,’_ explains herzog & de meuron. _‘additionally, the building’s vegetation frames views and generates pleasant microclimates by tempering the immediate environment.’_from an environmentally sustainable perspective, the building’s overhangs not only provide shade, but also reduce solar gain. _‘the slabs of each floor protrude around their entire circumference by a minimum of 60 centimeters, easing construction and maintenance of the extensive double-glazed façades,’_ say the architects. _‘the floor plates are thick enough to balance the daily temperature cycles by virtue of their thermal mass, storing cold through the night and releasing it during the day.’_project info:herzog & de meuron team:

partners: jacques herzog, pierre de meuron, stefan marbach (partner in charge)

project team: tobias winkelmann (associate, project director), ursula hürzeler (project manager), claudia winkelmann (project manager), alexandria ålgård, claire clément, dorothee dietz, corina ebeling, joris fach, dara huang, julia jamrozik, hamit kaplan, johannes kohnle, yusun kwon, christina liao, samuel nelson, kevin peter, yann petter, daniel rabin, susanna rahm, mónica sedano, raha talebi, antonia weiss, léonie wenz, thomasine wolfensberger

client: benchmark development SAL, beirut, lebanon