SPF展示了一个文献影片作为最终的汇报。这个影片“带领参观者上路，不仅穿越整个建筑，而且穿越了整个创作过程和建筑的灵魂”。方案的致力于通过在整体结构中实现对内部活动的展示，复兴所在的区域和音乐氛围。为了给各部分功能创造必要的空间，一个离地33英尺（约10米）高的过街楼（跨King Eddy大街)横跨在两个主要基座上。过街楼在满足功能要求、诗意化地像桥一样连接两部分的同时，尽量少的对街道产生干扰。得益于过街楼的设计，整条街道可以保持开敞，同时新建筑也为城市提供了新的景观，并展示出荣耀的King Eddy大街。
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Culver City, California based firm, SPF Architects recently presented their design concept for the Cantos National Music Center for Calgary. The project is “seen by many as one of the country’s most ambitious and important urban-design projects.” Located in the center of Calgary, the new music center will not only focus on performance areas but will become more of a cultural space as it will be “part museum and part education.”
For the final presentation, SPF showed a documentary film that took “viewers on a journey, not only through the building, but through the entire creative process and soul of the project.” The proposal aims to revitalize the area and the music scene by having the building’s internal life revealed in the structure. To create the necessary room for the programmatic elements, a bridge floats 33 feet above the street, King Eddy, to connect the two main masses. Poetically, the bridge is connecting the people while it also creates the least amount of interruption for the street and responds to the needs of the program. By having this bridge, the street can remain open and this new space provides views of the city and “honors the King Eddy.”
The proposal creates fluid internal spaces where performance areas, workshops and galleries fuse together to make “an environment where music can be played, enjoyed and celebrated.” The building takes a “pure form so it does not detract from what’s important” such as how the building functions musically and communally.
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