中国,杭州,良渚文化博物馆/David Chipperfield 事务所

David Chipperfield 事务所完成了中国杭州的良渚文化博物馆。

 

 

博物馆将用来展览良渚文化的考古学发现,博物馆是良渚文化村的一个部分。

博物馆由4个平行的体量构成,建筑表皮是灰黄色石灰石。

以下信息来自David Chipperfield事务所:

良渚文化博物馆

中国杭州

2003 – 2008

博物馆将用来展览良渚文化的考古学发现,这一个时期也被称为“玉文化”时期(公元前3000年)。博物馆是杭州附近的良渚文化村的一个部分。

博物馆位于湖上,以桥和公园连接。游客在公园中会逐步感受到建筑雕塑感的体量。

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每一个体量内都有一个内院。

内院作为展厅之间的连接,并起到休息的作用。

每个馆之间是连接的,不过,游客可以有不同的参观流线。

博物馆的南面有一个岛,通过桥与主馆连接。

建筑周围植物繁茂,景观优美,遮挡了视线。

通过一个院子到达入口大厅,中心是接待桌,天井采光。

建筑的所有公共区域采用坚实和古老概念的材料:木和石灰石。

客户:浙江万科纳拉达房地产集团有限公司

项目日期: 2003

竣工时间:2007年6月

落成:2008年10月

建筑师: David Chipperfield Architects

概念设计: David Chipperfield

执行建筑师: Mark Randel

项目建筑师: Annette Flohrschütz

项目组: Libin Chen, Marcus Mathias, Christof Piaskowski, Arndt Weiss, Liping Xu

总一层面积: 9.500 平方米

景观设计: Levin Monsigny Landschaftsarchitekten

展览设计: Guangdong Jimei Design and Engineering Co.

图形设计: Ute Zscharnt in collaboration with SV Associates, Andrew Mark Lawrence, Nancy Chen Si Min

当地建筑师: 浙江理工大学建筑设计研究院

摄影: Christian Richters

 

原文:http://www.dezeen.com/2008/11/05/liangzhu-culture-museum-by-david-chipperfield-architects/

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David Chipperfield Architects have completed the Liangzhu Culture Museum at Hangzhou, China.

The museum, which will house a collection of archaeological findings from the Liangzhu period, is part of a new garden town called Liangzhu Cultural Village.

The museum is composed of four parallel bar-shaped volumes, clad in Iranian travertine.

The following is from David Chipperfield Architects:

Liangzhu Culture Museum

Hangzhou, China

2003 – 2008

The museum houses a collection of archaeological findings from the Liangzhu culture, also known as the Jade culture (c3000 BC). It forms the northern point of the ‘Liangzhu Cultural Village’, a newly created park town near Hangzhou.

The building is set on a lake and connected via bridges to the park. The sculptural quality of the building ensemble reveals itself gradually as the visitor approaches the museum through the park landscape.

The museum is composed of four bar-formed volumes made of Iranian travertine stone, equal in 18m width but differing in height.

Each volume contains an interior courtyard.

These landscaped spaces serve as a link between the exhibition halls and invite the visitor to linger and relax.

Despite the linearity of the exhibition halls, they enable a variety of individual tour routes through the museum.

To the south of the museum is an island with an exhibition area, linked to the main museum building via a bridge.

The edge areas of the surrounding landscape, planted with dense woods, allow only a few directed views into the park.

The entrance hall can be reached via a courtyard, the centrepiece of which is a reception desk of Ipe wood, lit from above.

The material concept consists of solid materials that age well, Ipe wood and travertine stone, and extends to all public areas of the museum.

Client: Zhejiang Vanke Narada Real Estate Group Co., Ltd.

Project Date: 2003

Completion: June 2007

Opening: October 2008

Architect: David Chipperfield Architects

Principal: David Chipperfield

Director: Mark Randel

Project Architect: Annette Flohrschütz

Project Team: Libin Chen, Marcus Mathias, Christof Piaskowski, Arndt Weiss, Liping Xu

Gross floor area: 9.500 m²

Landscape Design: Levin Monsigny Landschaftsarchitekten

Exhibition designer: Guangdong Jimei Design and Engineering Co.

Graphics: Ute Zscharnt in collaboration with SV Associates, Andrew Mark Lawrence, Nancy Chen Si Min

Local Architect: ZTUDI The Architectural Design and Research Institute Zhejiang

University of Technology

Photographs: Christian Richters