比利时,漫画家埃尔热(Hergé)博物馆/鲍赞巴克

经过两年的建设,法国著名建筑师鲍赞巴克(Christian de Portzamparc)设计的埃尔热(Hergé)博物馆已经建成。坐落于比利时Louvain-la-Neuve的森林中,由一座桥连接着。博物馆致力于收藏比利时艺术家和丁丁的作者埃尔热(Hergé)的作品。博物馆通过文化设施,永久和临时展览区,和一个视频投影室等设施,突出展现埃尔热的生活和工作。(译者注:《丁丁历险记》)

 

 

鲍赞巴克解释说:“1996年,蓬皮杜中心举办关于我的展览,在闭幕时,我见到了Fanny 和 Nick Rodwell,他们喜欢展览内容,并和我谈了他们的项目……。我的童年时期喜爱埃尔热(Hergé)的漫画作品,我的孩子也一样喜爱他的漫画作品”。

鲍赞巴克从其漫画作品的故事和人物中寻找博物馆设计的灵感。花了10多年的时间把漫画转化为建筑语言,为漫画家设计出一个丰富而富于纪念性的空间。鲍赞巴克说:“无穷的灵感让我最终完成了这个项目”。

博物馆在城市之外,鲍赞巴克认为基地的环境使访问者体验到并侧重于“四个景观元素 ”——四个不同的展览场地,用不同的形式、颜色和设计来自展现埃尔热不同绘画风格。 蜿蜒的行人天桥连接的展示空间,大而夸张的窗户让外界的自然光充满整个空间。

 

此文章来自于www.Dezeen.com 。 摄影作品版权属于Nicolas Borel 和 Hergé/Croix de l’Aigle.

 

导演: Joost Swarte

景观设计: Jacques Wirtz

表面设计: 3 600 m_ SHON

客户: « La Croix de l’Aigle » S.A. : Fanny et Nick Rodwell, Hergé工作室. 客户代表: INCA

鲍赞巴克的项目组成员: Céline Barda, Bruno Durbecq, Odile Pornin, Yannick Bouchet, Konrad Kuznicki

 

原文:http://www.archdaily.com/27309/musee-herge-christian-de-portzamparc/

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After two years of construction, the Musée Hergé designed by Christian de Portzamparc is complete. Situated in a forest and connected by a footbridge to Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, the museum is dedicated to Belgian artist and Tintin author Hergé. The museum highlights Hergé’s life and works through cultural facilities, permanent and temporary exhibition areas, and a video projection room.

“It was at the close of the exhibition, organized by the Pompidou Centre about me in 1996, that I met Fanny and Nick Rodwell. They had seen the exhibition, liked it, and wanted to talk to me about their project for the Hergé Museum…Hergé had not only cradled and enchanted my own childhood, but he was also cradling and enchanting the childhood of my children,” explained de Portzamparc.

When finding inspiration for the museum, Portzamparc immediately looked to the ideas and figures present in Hergé’s writings. Although it took almost a decade for those images to transfer into an architectural language, the result is a space that richly commemorates the famed author. ”What is clear to me, now that the museum exists, is that there were infinite sources of inspiration for the project,” explained de Portzamparc.

The museum is separated from the town, a location Portzamparc found to be advantageous in allowing the visitor to experience and focus on the “four landscape objects”. These four objects are different exhibition areas that illustrate various “kinds of character” through experimenting with form, color and design derived from Hergé’s drawing style. Meandering footbridges link the exhibition spaces while large, comic-strip-like bay windows allow natural light to fill the spaces.

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