Haugerud中心获奖方案/Eriksen Skajaa建筑师事务所

Eriksen Skajaa建筑师事务所(Eriksen Skajaa Architects)与我们分享了他们为“Europan 10”设计的获奖方案——Haugerud中心(Haugerud Center),取名“Shuffle”。Haugerud,是一个从现代运动乌托邦理想中诞生的地方,现在要努力为它所代表的理想塑造一个清晰的认识。建筑师希望通过探索低层高密度型城市规划来重新发现Haugerud丧失的可识别性。Eriksen Skajaa建筑师事务所设计的建筑群创造了一种村庄式的氛围,这些多功能建筑体有居住功能,也有公共功能。

 

 

建筑师解释到:“建筑朝向、建筑造型、建筑立面以及建造方法都由被动式住宅标准决定。建筑物的这种造型将光引到建筑间的街道上,以及向阳面上,但这种造型也赋予了住宅个性。通过这种方法,我们创造了一个清晰的城市形象,它由密集布局地小尺度城市单元组成”。

建筑群中延伸的林荫路网在新建区与已建区间形成了连接性与渗透性,建筑师通过移除大部分现存的中心,使建筑物聚焦到公共空间,并使建筑立面朝向新的公共空间。

在每一栋建筑体内,建筑空间拥有足够的灵活性可以形成多种住宅方案:从私人住宅到公寓楼。建筑底层拥有相同的灵活性,他们可以在住宅与零售店间变换。

“通过这种高度的分裂,我们开创了现存大尺度建筑体不能满足的可能性。我们开始预测:一些小尺度商店能在某个地区起到作用,但是我们也看到,这种方法能够在零售与娱乐设施开拓整个新建区的地区里成为一种发展框架。这就是我们称为“shuffle”的理念”。

 

原文:http://www.archdaily.com/47721/shuffle-haugerud-center-eriksen-skajaa-architects/

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Eriksen Skajaa Architects shared with us their awarded proposal for Europan 10 with their design of the Haugerud Center, entitled Shuffle. Haugerud, originally an area born from the utopian ideals of the Modern Movement, now struggles to a have a clear sense of what it stands for. Shuffle aims to rediscover Haugerud’s lost identity by exploring low rise/high density urban planning. The buildings create a village-like atmosphere with multi-functional structures that can be used for housing as well as public functions.

“Grid orientation, formal characteristics, facades and construction methods where determined by the passive house standard. The shaping of the volumes brings light in between the streets and to the solar facades, but it also gives houses individual character. Through this process we have developed a clear urban typology consisting of a relatively small scale urban unit that is combined in a dense configuration,” explained the architects.

An extended network of forested paths form interconnections and permeability, both through the new development and through existing homogeneous. Buildings are flipped to focus toward the public by removing most of the existing center and making the facades open up toward the new public space.

Within each unit, there is enough flexibility to develop a wide range of housing solutions ranging from individual houses to blocks of flats. The ground floors share that same flexibility as they can shift between housing and retail functions.

“Through a high degree of fragmentation we open up possibilities that the large scale existing structures can’t cater to. We foresee in the beginning that a few small scale shops could function in the area, but we also see that this can be the framework for a development where retail and recreation colonise the entire development. This is the concept we call shuffle.”