日本,东京,立体表参道大厦/WTT

Wai Think Tank(WTT)分享了他们参加日本东京表参道大街时尚博物馆竞赛的方案。该设计目标在于设计一个100米高的塔楼博物馆,以展示20世纪时尚发展史,并将成为东京的一个地标建筑物。

 

 

21世纪的时尚博物馆

表参道大街被认为是现今世界时尚界的重镇。该处特有的城市肌理因其众多形象店的聚集而著名,尽管其间也点缀着奢侈精品店。

新建筑如何既能融入到现有的城市文脉中,又屹立于表参道大街代表一种时尚?如何是这个时尚博物馆成为城市结构的一个扩展?

由于出发点是对城市文脉的传承,时尚博物馆被设想成一个竖向的表参道大街,也就是“立体表参道大厦”。在这个100米高的博物馆塔楼中,大街被诠释成为连接一系列水平体量的电梯、扶梯、平台和楼梯组成的交通网络。作为漂浮的精品店,塔楼上众多围合的体块产生了一种特殊的高档时尚和设计环境。体块内包含着主要的功能空间,时尚展廊、办公室、秀台以及最高层的空中酒吧。

不同功能的体块就像漂浮在空中,体块间的开敞部分展示了一系列流线空间特征,使日式花园和公共空间相呼应。墙上的投影投射出与时尚相关的表演或电影。流线中曾经引导整个建筑的主要特征是一个可提升的平台或者叫可动步桥(T型台)。可动步桥和其他交通元素共同勾画出一个全新的交通体系,人们穿行其中,而不会有传统博物馆的参观经验。在城市中,参观者的个人特征总是十分显著;而在立体表参道大厦中,参观者可以决定他们想走的任意线路。

可动步桥在主入口接上参观者,穿过浮动展廊将他们送到最上层的展台和空中酒吧,可以俯瞰整个城市。穿过整个展览空间,只有当可动步桥经过这些空间,完成了整个观展之后,公众才能获得一种完全置身其中的主人公感觉。

在表演台所在层,可动的步桥不仅仅成为座席区的一部分,而且是与后台(通常不向观众开放)连接的视觉纽带。

在立体表参道大厦里,通过连接漂浮功能空间的交通网络系统,时尚与人的动态关系得以实现,这也促进了参观者的参与性。参观者穿行在这个21世纪的时尚博物馆中,也成为了一种时尚展示。它将成为一个当代的城市奇观。

 

原文:http://www.archdaily.com/54335/vertical-omotesando-wai-think-tank/

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Wai Think Tank have shared with us their proposal for the Fashion Museum Competition in Omotesando Street in Tokyo, Japan. The challenge consisted in designing a 100 meters high tower-museum, containing exhibition areas of 20th century fashion history and becoming a landmark for Tokyo.

A fashion Museum for the 21st century

 

Omotesando Street is recognised nowadays as a powerhouse in the world of fashion. Its particular urban fabric is famous for its conglomeration of iconic, although individual luxurious boutiques.

But how to insert a new building able to do both, act as a tribute to this urban context and represent fashion as displayed in Omotesando? How to make the fashion museum an extension of the city?

 

As a programmatic catalyst for its context, the fashion museum is envisioned as a vertical version of Omotesando Street; a Vertical Omotesando. In the 100 meter-high museum tower, the avenue is reinterpreted as a network of shuttling elevators, platforms, escalators and stairs that connect a series of horizontally projected volumes. Acting as floating boutiques, the enclosed nature of those spaces stimulate the environment of exclusivity typical of high fashion and design. In them the main programs are displayed; fashion galleries, administrative offices, a runway area and a skybar on the highest level.

While the programmatic volumes seem to float over a void , the remaining space reveals a series of circulation features that make the public interact with the Japanese gardens, and with the multiple wall projections that display fashion related shows and movies. One of the key features used to navigate through the building is an elevating platform or Moving Catwalk. The Moving Catwalk, and the other elements of circulation define an unconvential way to wander through the building without the predictable form of the museum experience. As in an urban context, the individuality of the visitor is highlited; in vertical Omotesando, the visitors can decide their own trajectory through all the building.

 

The moving catwalk receives the people in the main lobby and distributes them through the floating galleries, reaching on its last levels the runway and skybar which overlook the city .Throughout the exhibition spaces, the public acquires a protagonist role as the exhibitions become fully complete only when The Moving Catwalk levels off inside these spaces..

On the runway floor the moving catwalk becomes not only part of the seating area, but also acts as a visual connection with the backstage rooms of the runway, opening a domain of fashion usually inaccessible to visitors.

 

In Vertical Omotesando, by means of a circulation network connecting the floating programs a dynamic relationship between fashion and the public is created, enhancing even farther the participation of the visitors. In this fashion museum for the 21st century, the experience of the visitor moving through the building becomes the fashion show; a contemporary urban spectacle.