伊朗,德黑兰,商场设计竞赛/giuseppe iodice

本星期内,本网站介绍了在德黑兰的国际竞争,要求建筑师创造性的挖掘都市中零售领域的潜力。(本网站报道了Grzegorz Witold Woronowicz赢得了竞赛。)我们这里介绍的是Giuseppe Iodice设计的,获得第三名的方案。方案的目标是:根据调查得来的(建筑所应该具有的)社会、政治、文化功能,让建筑成为一个促进不同文化之间对话的场所。平衡东西方之间的文化,并具有自己的建筑特色。

 

 

建筑形式的灵感来自高德黑兰的山脉,建筑表现了自己的结构,最初,建筑有一个完整的体量。然后,打破其整体结构,形成爆发的形式。光线从内部穿出,显示出“内部的峡谷”。“内部的峡谷”富于光影变化,吸引好奇的路人去探索其内部的结构。这样,就在建筑沉默的外表和动态的内部之间建立了对话。

在一定距离内,建筑的一部分沉入地面,形成一个角度( “德黑兰”字面的意思是“下降” )。建筑的体量形成“雕塑般的形象”,吸引通过的路人。

 

简介:

研究: iodicearchitetti (www.iodicearchitetti.it)

建筑师: Giuseppe Iodice (capogruppo), Francesco Iodice, Marcello Silvestre, Orsola Pezone

合作者: Milena Fusco, Giovanni Di Santo, Francesco Maisto, Mario Cavagnuolo, Donatello Diana

获奖: 第三名

客户: Benetton Group

地点:德黑兰

日期: 2009

 

原文:http://www.archdaily.com/27084/design-for-teheran-giuseppe-iodice/

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As we shared earlier this week, the Desiging in Teheran international competition urged designers to creatively rethink the potential a retail area can have upon an evolving metropolis (Grzegorz Witold Woronowicz’s won as we reported earlier on AD). Giuseppe Iodice’s proposal placed third as it aimed to create an architecture that ”would investigate a social, political, cultural function and become an element of dialogue between different cultures…thus assuming a role of balanced mediation between western and eastern culture without renouncing its expressive identity.”

Inspired by the high mountain ranges in Teheran, the structure’s form presents itself, initially, as a monolithic mass. However, upon approaching the structure, the large form finally breaks. As light penetrates the solid components, it is evident that “inner gorges” are hidden behind the exterior. These “gorges”, and the interplay of light and shadow that they create, attract passersby who are curious about the inner-holdings of the structure. Therefore, a dialogue is created between the seemingly mute exterior of the building and its dynamic inner nature.

From a distance, the building sinks into the ground (”Teheran” itself means “going down”) to create an angular volume. Before reaching contact with the ground, the volume tapers as to create a “great sculpturesque point of view” to attract people passing through the space.

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