英国,兰利学院/福斯特+合伙人事务所

位于伦敦的福斯特与合伙人事务所完成了英国Berkshire的木材表皮的学术用途建筑。

 

 

Langley学院,三层,包括一个三层的可容纳1100名学生的中庭空间。

三个浅黄色的圆柱形三层体量,包含科学实验室。

从中庭向外伸展出两个体量,其中有38间教室。

垂直木百叶遮阳。

学生们可以通过该学院的绿色建筑特征,包括:太阳能集热器,中水回收,管网系统等,了解和学习科学和环境的问题,在建筑中如何收集和传递能量。

摄影 Nigel Young.

下面是一些来自建筑师的信息:

正式开放的Langley学院

兰利学院,由福斯特设计+合伙人设计,今天正式开幕,马修平森特爵士主持。这是一个可持续设计的典范,建筑本身就是展示的主题。

该学院主要致力于艺术学科,同时也突出其课程:赛艇,曲棍球和科学。

三层的建筑群的中心是一个三层高的封闭的中庭,学校1100名学生的社会生活围绕着中庭。

中庭是福斯特及合伙人事务所常用的元素,中庭是透明和公开的,就像学习画廊 - 这与学校的艺术主题相共鸣。在中庭内部从地面升起三个黄色鼓形的体量。

楼内包括了10个科学实验室,显示科学教育的重要性。

建筑有一个专门的体育和文化内容区域。包括,音乐和戏剧,专科设施设备齐全的剧场,电视,录音室,隔音练习室和排练场,体育馆,演讲厅等。

从中庭中伸展出两条轻盈的街道,街道两边是38个教室。

建筑是节能的,与传统的学院建筑相比,节约用水20%,大约每年减少150吨的二氧化碳,建筑的各种节能措施也作为科学和环境问题的教学的例子。

学生可以看到屋顶上的太阳能集热器和暴露出来的机房的运作,以及管道网络,了解如何产生能量,建筑设施的运行。

雨水被收集和储存,中水被过滤,然后用于卫生和灌溉;一个横向百叶系统给建筑遮阳。设计上考虑了建筑能被更广泛的人群在非工作时间使用,所以,要确保其可持续性。

环保设计由福斯特+合伙人事务所和Buro Happold合作。

福斯特及合伙人事务所的资深合伙人、设计总监Nigel Dancey说:

“Langley学院的环境性能和外观是不可分割的。教育的先驱们提出了革命性的新的教育概念,引入使学校博物馆和画廊的主题,本身就像一个展览,成为物理内容的展示和环境设计的教育工具。”

艺术馆学习与学院的艺术馆

Langley学院是英国第一所艺术馆学习方式的学校。艺术馆式的学习方式要好于参观艺术馆。

课堂上对古代艺术品和物品所引发的问题进行辩论、分析,并贯穿于全部课程。

艺术馆还提供给学生以无与伦比的学习访问机会,迄今为止数百名学生访问了全国的重要的12个文化机构。

 

原文:http://www.dezeen.com/2009/11/18/the-langley-academy-by-foster-partners/

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London architect Foster + Partners have completed an academy clad in wood in Berkshire, UK.

Called The Langley Academy, the project incorporates a three-storey building with a full-height atrium where 1,100 students can assemble.

Three yellow, cylindrical, two-storey volumes within this space house science laboratories.

Two arms leading outwards from the atrium are lined with 38 classrooms.

Vertical wooden louvers shade the building.

Students will be educated about science and environmental issues through the visible green features of the building, which include solar collectors, grey-water reuse, and a network of pipes illustrating how energy is collected and carried through the building.

Photographs are by Nigel Young.

 

Here’s some more information from the architects:

 

 

Official opening for The Langley Academy

 

The Langley Academy, designed by Foster + Partners, is being officially opened today by Sir Matthew Pinsent CBE. It is an exemplar of sustainable design, a theme which is showcased by the building itself.

The first academy to specialise in museum learning, it also highlights rowing, cricket and science in its curriculum.

With an enclosed full-height atrium at the heart of the three-storey building, the social life of the school revolves around this assembly space for 1,100 students.

A recurrent element in several other of Foster + Partners’ academy buildings, the atrium is defined by a sense of transparency and openness – like a gallery of learning – which in this case also resonates with the museum theme. Inside the atrium there are three yellow drums raised above the floor on circular columns.

These two-storey pods house the Academy’s ten science laboratories, reinforcing the importance of science teaching.

A dedicated sports and culture block contains specialist facilities for music and drama including a fully equipped theatre, a TV and sound recording studio, soundproofed practice rooms and a rehearsal space, sports hall and lecture theatre.

The academy’s two light and airy covered streets extend from the atrium and are lined with 38 classrooms.

The environmental features save 20% in water consumption and approximately 150 tonnes of CO2 per year compared to a traditional academy and are used in the teaching of science and environmental issues.

Students can see the solar collectors on the roof and the workings of the exposed plant room, as well as the network of pipes that illustrate how energy is generated and carried through the building.

Rain water is collected and stored and grey water filtered for reuse in sanitation and irrigation; a system of horizontal louvers provides shade; and the building has been configured to allow out-of-hours use by the wider community, ensuring its sustainability over time.

Foster + Partners and Buro Happold collaborated on the environmental design.

Nigel Dancey, a senior partner and design director at Foster + Partners said:

 

“Environmental performance and appearance are indivisible at The Langley Academy. The school pioneers a revolutionary new educational concept which draws on the theme of museums and galleries, so that the school itself is like an exhibit, with its physical manifestation a showcase and educational tool for environmental design.”

Museum Learning and the Academy’s Museum

 

The Langley Academy is the first school in the UK to provide Museum Learning and runs its own Museum. Museum Learning is more than just museum visits.

Ancient artefacts and objects are brought into the classroom to spark questions, debate, analysis and provide connections across the curriculum.

Museum Learning also provides unparalleled access to significant cultural institutions across the country and the Academy has run 12 museum visits so far this year, involving hundreds of students.

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