墨西哥,雀巢公司巧克力工厂博物馆/rojkind-arquitectos

多变的形状l来自于建筑师勤奋探索和对所要表达内容的直觉。

 

建筑师: Rojkind 事务所

主要负责人: Michel Rojkind

项目组: Agustin Pereyra, Mauricio Garcia-Noriega, Moritz Melchert, Juan Carlos Vidals, Paulina Goycoolea, Daniel Dusoswa, Matthew Lohden

客户: 雀巢公司

Traqs: Luis Araiza, Jesús Gonzales, Agustin Villegas

效率工程师: Fermin Espinosa, Francisco Espinosa, Carlos Juárez, Ricardo Brito, Francisco Villeda, Ana Isabel Morales, Verónica Jaimes

结构工程师: Moncad [Jorge Cadena]

灯光设计: Noriega Arquitectonics Iluminators [Ricardo Noriega], Fernando Gonzáles

景观设计: Ambiente Arquitectos y Asociados, [Fritz Sigg, Juan Guerra], Erick Flores

施工照片: Guido Torres

建筑面积: 634 平方米

设计年份: 2007

建造年份: 2007

三维建模: Juan Carlos Vidals

摄影: Paúl Rivera

雀巢公司在墨西哥城(位于Paseo Tollocan靠近Toluca)的巧克力工厂需要室内参观路线,让游客亲眼看见他们所喜爱的巧克力的生产过程,rojkind建筑师事务所和Traqs召集了一个专家小组,提出比较大的方案。

为什么不在墨西哥建造第一个巧克力博物馆,沿公路有300米长线立面,展现工厂的新形象。因此,第一部分需要634平方米的空间,可以在入口处接待孩子们,用好玩又突出的空间给他们最愉快的体验,开始巧克力工厂之旅。接待区、剧场用作参观的准备,还有商店;可从这里走向原有工厂的“隧道”。

设计施工周期短

 

一个建筑的体验。 富于感性的建筑,有惊喜,有折回,有折叠。一个富于挑战性的建筑。建筑的形式和空间多变,而工期却非常短,创下了记录:2.5个月完工... 。包括设计与施工的时间!

 

复杂的建筑项目需要一个团队的努力,在这种情况下,我们安排了三班倒的制度,加快设计进度。

概念:

 

孩子们喜欢的有趣的折叠形状,一个折纸形状的鸟、飞船,或是“ alebrije ” ? 多变的形状来自于建筑师勤奋探索和对所要表达内容的直觉。什么似乎就像一个任性的形式是水果的和设计的直觉什么地方应表示。壮观的形式是有小块的面拼合而成。

 

原文:http://www.archdaily.com/28509/nestle-chocolate-museum-rojkind-arquitectos/

(转载请注明来源http://www.ArchGo.com建筑实例 建筑图片 建筑文章翻译)

Architect: Rojkind Arquitectos

Principal in Charge: Michel Rojkind

Project Team: Agustin Pereyra, Mauricio Garcia-Noriega, Moritz Melchert, Juan Carlos Vidals, Paulina Goycoolea, Daniel Dusoswa, Matthew Lohden

Client: NESTLÉ

Traqs: Luis Araiza, Jesús Gonzales, Agustin Villegas

Efficiency: Fermin Espinosa, Francisco Espinosa, Carlos Juárez, Ricardo Brito, Francisco Villeda, Ana Isabel Morales, Verónica Jaimes

Structural Engineer: Moncad [Jorge Cadena]

Lighting Design: Noriega Arquitectonics Iluminators [Ricardo Noriega], Fernando Gonzáles

Landscape Design: Ambiente Arquitectos y Asociados, [Fritz Sigg, Juan Guerra], Erick Flores

Construction Photographs: Guido Torres

Constructed Area: 634 sqm

Design Year: 2007

Construction Year: 2007

3D Massing: Juan Carlos Vidals

Photographs: ©Paúl Rivera

While Nestlé’s chocolate Factory in Mexico City (located in Paseo Tollocan near Toluca) was in need of an inner pathway for visitors to witness the production of their favorite chocolates, a group of experts put together by rojkind arquitectos and Traqs suggested bigger plans for the company.

Why not create the first chocolate museum in Mexico and have a 300-meter long façade along the motorway as the new image of the factory. So the first phase took shape and required a 634m2 space that could accommodate the main entrance for the children to have the most pleasant experience and to start the voyage into the chocolate factory as soon as they enter this playful yet striking space, the reception area, the theater that would serve as preparation for the Nestle experience, the store or museum shop, and the passage to the tunnel inside the old existing factory.

Record time

 

An architectural experience. Sensorial architecture, from the surprises, the twists and folds. An architectural challenge. As much the forms and the spaces they contain, like the times are taken to the limit. Foldings and record time: 2.5 months to finish….and that included design and construction!

 

The complexities of architectural projects require a team effort and in this case we organized 3-8hr shifts in order to deliver the project in time.

The concept: a playful folding shape that is evocative for kids, of an origami shaped bird, or maybe a spaceship, or could it be an “alebrije”? What might seem like a capricious form is the fruit of diligent design explorations and an intuition about what the place should express. The spectacular result is as firm as the faceted shapes which sustain it.

版权:翻译 www.ArchGo.com 新

(点击此处下载所有大图 5.2 M)