法国,巴黎,New’R 公寓楼 / Hamonic + Masson + Associés

该项目位于巴黎,Hamonic + Masson & Associés在整个项目中实施公共空间,建立起楼与路面公共空间牢固的联系。法国城市的人流、车流(包括自行车)以及一些公共场所(停车场、零售、办公及住宅)都成为了“行人体量”的地面空间的构成元素。建筑的透明度、深度及多角度都触发了项目场地边界的活力,相应得丰富了周边环境。

设计团队为New’R 公寓楼提供了外部环境和内部环境的多样性。仅对这156间公寓来说,就涵盖了40种不同的类型。而公寓的共性则承袭于塔状公寓楼向外拓展的特性,这种共性给居民提供了归属感和可辨识性。位于较低楼层的公寓有内置于阳台栏杆的植物容器,而较高的楼层则有阳台,成为任何障碍物视野下的大型全景屏幕。这些植物的存在是为了确保最适宜的生存条件。两个共享平台的设计使邻居们可以聚在一起。蔬菜园、温室和工房提供给人们参加组织活动的机会,例如如何种植农作物。

中间高度的建筑具有教学作用,住在这里的人们可以理解和欣赏周围的城市。

这个建筑作为一次宣言,想要指出建筑并不仅仅是一个关于系统或者盈利的话题,更是关于美感和营造快乐的学问。我们必须重新察觉更多关于风格、材料和类型的可挖掘性。在创造关于伦理、现代及民主的项目中,美学的价值(意味着艺术与美感)有必要进行重新考量。


paris based hamonic + masson & associés implement public spaces throughout the project, establishing a strong connection between the shared and public space of the road and the building. the french city’s pedestrians, cars an bicycles, and the mixed program of parkings, retails, and housing interweave the ground floor, creating a ‘pedestrian level volume’. the building’s transparency, depth, and various perspectives create a liveliness around the perimeter of the project, enriching the surrounding environment.

the design team has provided a diversity within the ‘new’r tower’ by creating multiple exterior spaces and apartments with a range of typologies. there are forty differing typologies for 156 apartments, meaning the repetition inherently found in housing projects is offset by the tower’s uniqueness, seeking a sense of belonging and identity. apartments situated on lower floors have plant containers built into the balcony railing, while the higher floors have balconies the become large panoramic screens above any obstructed view. conviviality is present to ensure optimum living conditions. two shared terraces are designed to allow neighbors to come together and enjoy. vegetable gardens, greenhouses, and workshops offer opportunities to participate in group activities such as planting and growing crops.

the intermediate height of the building carries a pedagogical virtue. living in this part of the building enables people to understand and appreciate the city that surrounds them.

new’r tower’s manifesto describes architecture not as a matter of systems, but rather beauty and pleasure. architects must rediscover the freedom to experiment with materials and typologies. aesthetic values, meaning those which relate to art and beauty, must be reconsidered in order to create ethical, modern and democratic projects.