葡萄牙,Madan科技园办公楼/PPST建筑事务所

建筑师: Samuel Ruiz Torres de Carvalho, Pedro Palmero Cabezas, architects

地点: Monte da Caparica, Almada, 葡萄牙

设计组: João Caetano, Xana Gavancha, Catarina Faria, Paulo Valente, Susana Medeiros, Sofia Afonso, Elise Azemard, Ricardo Alves

景观: PROAP, João Nunes, Carlos Ribas, architects

结构: PPE, Eng. Eduardo Freitas

声学: APEN, Eng. João Gonçalves, Eng. Horácio Carvalho

建造: OMEP, Obras, Medições e Projectos, Lda

项目面积: 3,210 平方米

项目年代: 2008

摄影: FG+SG – Fernando Guerra, Sergio Guerra

该办公楼是技术型公司的孵化器,位于Almada的Monte da Caparica。

该建筑的形式来自于不规则的地形和内容功能需求。它通过体量处理方式刻意模糊了室外和室内。

基地面临两条标高不同的相对的街道。通过贯穿建筑的大厅把它们连接起来,大厅中的楼梯有纪念性。大厅是公共的,为建筑提供了轻松的交流场所。

在建筑内部随着视点的变化,可以感受到,不同的空间,室内和室外,公共空间和私密的空间,有的还贯穿不同楼层。

工作空间各有不同,与室外的关系也千差万别,打破常规的办公楼模式。

原文:http://www.archdaily.com/56726/madan-park-building-ppst-arquitectura/

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Architects: Samuel Ruiz Torres de Carvalho, Pedro Palmero Cabezas, architects

Location: Monte da Caparica, Almada, Portugal

Project Team: João Caetano, Xana Gavancha, Catarina Faria, Paulo Valente, Susana Medeiros, Sofia Afonso, Elise Azemard, Ricardo Alves

Landscape: PROAP, João Nunes, Carlos Ribas, architects

Structure: PPE, Eng. Eduardo Freitas

Acoustics: APEN, Eng. João Gonçalves, Eng. Horácio Carvalho

Construction: OMEP, Obras, Medições e Projectos, Lda

Project Area: 3,210 sqm

Project Year: 2008

Photographs: FG+SG – Fernando Guerra, Sergio Guerra

The building houses an incubator for technology based companies and is located at Monte da Caparica, Almada.

The form of the building results from a process in which the built mass is moulded and subtracted in response to the irregularity of the plot and the different functional requirements. This dissolution of the volume blurs the limit between exterior and interior, rooting the construction to the soil.

The plot has two opposite street fronts, with a difference in levels of one floor. Connecting these street fronts a large lobby with a monumental staircase crosses the building. This space has a somewhat public character and constitutes a place of informal encounter for the occupants.

Walking through the building, visual perspectives unfold, relating different spaces, interior and exterior, public and private, sometimes crossing different floors.

The working spaces are very different from each other in their form and relation with the outside, breaking the stereotyped idea of an office building.