克罗地亚,zagrad中心综合体建筑/Randić & Turato

建筑师: Randić & Turato / Saša Randić and Idis Turato

地点: Rijeka, Croatia

合作者: Leora Drazul, Ana Stanicic, Sinisa Glusica, Iva Cuzela (Technical Architects)

Contractor: Dragan Ribaric

客户: Austrograd d.o.o. Rijeka

项目面积: 18,000 平方米

建造年代: 2007

摄影: Robert Leš

 

 

Zagrad位于Rijeka市中心。项目的地下有900个停车位,并且是城市未来的火车站。

项目共计18000平方米,包括零售、办公和公寓。其中心是6个独立的办公楼,每一个都有独特的立面,顶部是连续的公寓,公寓是建筑最稳定的视觉元素。公寓是独立的两层,享有屋顶花园。

项目的特点是现代的设计机制,因此,一个事务所很难控制整个建筑的建造过程。平面由一个事务所完成,车库由另一个事务所设计,还有一个事务所设计进入的道路和火车站。Randić-Turato事务所负责总体,即混合使用内容。在建造阶段,各个事务所根据其客户的需求,设计不同的内容。

第二,该项目表明,(这种组织方式导致)建筑设计比较慢,在施工阶段,用户提出了各种修改要求,项目接受了不断要求的修改内容。

该项目重新定义了典型商业项目中的传统的客户建筑师的关系。客户不是最终用户,而项目的资金来自于第三方。一般来说,他们之间还有项目经理,项目经理越来越取代传统上建筑师的地位。

项目的特点影响了建筑设计的方式,必须把项目的易变性作为出发点。外立面力图与内部结构无关,而内部结构一直不断变化。公寓成为一个自我生成的体系,吸收了楼梯和走廊和许多分区。简单的说,如果Keith Richards在舞台上跌倒,这是正常表演的一部分,如果David Bowie发生同样的事情,就是一场灾难。这是不完美的益处。

 

原文:http://www.archdaily.com/43739/zagrad-center-randic-turato/

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Architects: Randić & Turato / Saša Randić and Idis Turato

Location: Rijeka, Croatia

Collaborators: Leora Drazul, Ana Stanicic, Sinisa Glusica, Iva Cuzela (Technical Architects)

Contractor: Dragan Ribaric

Client: Austrograd d.o.o. Rijeka

Project Area: 18,000 sqm

Construction date: 2007

Photographs: Robert Leš

Zagrad project is located in the center of Rijeka. Project is located on top of the underground garage with 900 parking places and a future city train station.

 

The mixed-use program of 18,000 sqm consists of retail and office spaces and in third of housing. Center is divided in 6 separate office buildings, each with a different façade, on top of which is laid a continuous structure of apartments. Seen as the most stable element of the program, apartments are designed as individual two-storey houses accessed from the roof terrace with gardens.

Project is characteristic for the modern dynamics, where it is increasingly difficult for one office to control the whole process of construction. The plan was made by one office, the garage has been designed by another one, then the third has designed the access road and the train station, Randić-Turato was responsible for the main part, the mixed used program, and in the course of construction other offices have been defining different interior parts of the building for their clients.

Secondly, the project proves that architecture is too slow. During the construction there has been a series of modification due to the change of final users. The project has been constantly confronted with the situation where it followed-up new requests.

Such context is typical for the commercial projects, that redefines traditional client-architect relationship. Client being a developer is no longer the final user and the whole project is normally financed by another party. Usually, there is also an intermediary between them, a project manager, who is increasingly taking over the position previously controlled by the architect.

Nature of the project also influences the design method, that must count on the project dynamics as the most certain element of the program. The façades are deliberately disengaged from the inner structure, which never seemed to stop changing, while the apartments, following the logic of a self-generating structure have been able to absorb new staircases, galleries and numerous partitions. In such context the project must be able to accommodate imperfection. To put it in simple terms, if Keith Richards stumbles on the stage, it is a normal part of performance, if the same thing happens to David Bowie, it is a total disaster. The benefit of imperfection.