爱尔兰,都柏林,大运河剧院/丹尼尔.李柏斯金(Daniel Libeskind)

建筑师: 丹尼尔.里伯斯金 Daniel Libeskind

地点:Dublin 港区,爱尔兰

主要负责: Stefan Blach

项目领导: Gerhard Brun

项目组: Feargal Doyle, Patrick Cox, Andreas Baumgärtner, Matthias Rühl, Toralf Sümmchen, Anna Poullou, Guillaume Chapallaz, Nathaniel Lloyd, Jens Jessen, Jens Hoffman, Kaori Hirasawa, Luca Mangione, Anja Bungies and Christian Müller

客户: Ramford Limited, Chartered Land

南办公大楼面积:21092平方米

剧场面积:13768平方米

北办公大楼面积:33320平方米

预算: $269.9M USD

年代: 2009-2010

摄影: Ros Kavanagh

 

 

大运河广场剧院及商业发展项目的概念是用动态雕塑感的建筑体量与周围的文化、商业和住宅等环境中建立一个强大文化,同时,也让内部的剧院和办公的本质内容进行沟通。这样的组合创造了一个活跃的都市聚集空间,也用图示化的方法表现了戏剧,反映了都柏林的特点。

2000个座位的大运河剧院是一个标志性建筑,它创造了一个城市中的重点,特别是大运河广场,新设的城市广场位于大运河港旁的滨水区。该剧院的建筑理念是基于舞台:剧院本身的舞台,广场上的舞台,剧院里多层的大厅里的舞台。剧院成为大型的公共广场的主立面,广场边还有一个五星级酒店,一边是办公楼,还有一面是住宅。该广场成为剧院的大厅,是市民的舞台,也是观景平台。剧院屋顶的露台可以观赏都柏林海港景色。

该剧院包含商业发展的办公大楼,其中包括4.55万平方米的出租办公室和零售面积。剧院有双外墙,玻璃中庭和绿化的屋顶,两个办公区提供最先进和可持续发展的工作环境。通过多层玻璃中庭,商业楼宇与毗邻的商铺,住宅,文化和公共空间联系了起来。剧院有3个突出的入口,分别面向大运河广场,悲惨山和Cardiff Lane。虽然这两个办事区采用一样的建筑语言,但基地是分开的。大运河广场的南区毗邻新的2000座位的剧院,面向广场,而大运河广场的北块区与剧院一起,连接到都柏林港。

大运河广场的发展为都柏林添加了一个激动人心的文化地标,一个工作,娱乐、购物的好去处,加强了大运河港新的城市结构。该剧院将于2010年3月启用,办公大楼将于2010年年中至2011年启用。

 

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Architect: Daniel Libeskind

Location: Dublin Docklands, Ireland

Principal in Charge: Stefan Blach

Project Leader: Gerhard Brun

Project Team: Feargal Doyle, Patrick Cox, Andreas Baumgärtner, Matthias Rühl, Toralf Sümmchen, Anna Poullou, Guillaume Chapallaz, Nathaniel Lloyd, Jens Jessen, Jens Hoffman, Kaori Hirasawa, Luca Mangione, Anja Bungies and Christian Müller

Client: Ramford Limited, Chartered Land

South Office Block Area: 21,092 sqm

Theatre Area: 13,768 sqm

North Office Block Area: 33,320 sqm

Budget: $269.9M USD

Project Year: 2009-2010

Photographs: Ros Kavanagh

The concept of the Grand Canal Square Theatre and Commercial Development is to build a powerful cultural presence expressed in dynamic volumes sculpted to project a fluid and transparent public dialogue with the cultural, commercial and residential surroundings whilst communicating the various inner forces intrinsic to the Theatre and office buildings. This composition creates a dynamic urban gathering place and icon mirroring the joy and drama emblematic of Dublin itself.

The 2000 seat Grand Canal Theatre is a landmark that creates a focus for its urban context, specifically Grand Canal Square, the new urban piazza at the waterfront of Grand Canal Harbour. The architectural concept of the Theatre is based on stages: the stage of the Theatre itself, the stage of the piazza, and the stage of the multiple level Theatre lobby above the piazza. The Theatre becomes the main façade of a large public piazza that has a five star hotel and residences on one side and an office building on the other. The piazza acts as a grand outdoor lobby for the Theatre, itself becoming a stage for civic gathering with the dramatic Theatre elevation as a backdrop offering platforms for viewing. From its rooftop terrace, the Theatre offers spectacular views out over the Dublin Harbour.

The Theatre is integrated into the Commercial Development by office buildings that include 45,500 square meters of leasable office and retail space. With their twin facades, glazed atriums and landscaped roofs, the two office blocks offer sustainable state of the art work environments. By designing multi-story glazed atriums, the commercial buildings integrate with the adjacent retail, residential, cultural and public space components. Three prominent entrances make the buildings accessible from Grand Canal Square, Misery Hill and from Cardiff Lane. Although both offices are designed in the same architectural language, each responds to its site uniquely. Two Grand Canal Square (South Block), which is adjacent to the new 2,000 seat Theatre, opens up towards the Square, while Four & Five Grand Canal Square (North Block), in conjunction with the Theatre, form a dramatic gateway to Dublin Harbour.

The Grand Canal Square Development enhances the new urban structure of Grand Canal Harbor with an exciting cultural landmark and magnet for Dublin, a destination for working, shopping, and entertainment. The Theatre will open in March, 2010 with the opening of the office blocks scheduled for mid 2010 and 2011.