美国,纽约,城市市场/KPF

2010年美国建筑师协会纽约分部最近公布了获奖名单,这个由Kohn Pederson Fox建筑师事务所设计的项目获得了未建成项目类的设计奖。与其他获奖项目一样,设计展示出了一种纽约式天赋,因其“设计质量、项目方案、创新性、深思熟虑和技术手段”而雀屏中选。项目被命名为“城市市场”,是为中国天津设计的。城市中心项目是一种通过重建河岸地区而使之复兴的方式,如文化设施。设计目标是这个中心将会逐渐赋予“城市新的身份,将文化与历史悠久的商业区联系起来”。

以下是更多获奖项目信息。

建筑外表覆盖着透明材料,从而使室内设计与周围街区相融合。结构体从河岸向上有机地弯曲,最后会聚到对面的六层高南立面上。

建筑造型将断断续续的场地边沿衔接起来,统一在一个外罩之下。两条主要的内部林荫道使行人能从东走到西,最后汇聚在巨大的中央广场中。这种多孔式交通路线让行人能在不同的入口进入建筑。频繁的人流将建筑演化成“传统的繁荣商业街”的现代版本。

地点:中国天津

竣工年份:2014

规模:1.6 million GSF / 153,000 GSM

功能:零售

奖项:美国建筑师协会纽约分部设计奖 (2010), MIPIM建筑评论未来设计奖(2007)

项目负责人:

Paul Katz, FAIA HKIA 首席负责人

James Von Klemperer, FAIA 设计负责人

Jeffrey A. Kenoff, AIA 主管 / 资深设计师

Gary Stluka, AIA 项目经理

Bernard Chang 香港项目经理

Audrey Choi 工作组长

项目组:

Benjamin Albury, Bernard Chang, Hanna Chang, Shang Chen, Shih-I Chou, Sandra Choy, Thomas Coldefy, Javier Galindo, Onur Gun, James Jenkins, Heejin Kim, Yoojung Kim, Marianne Kwok, Fanny Lee, Terri Lee, Bonnie Leung, Ming Leung, Luis Llull, Manon Pare, SaeRa Park, Charles Portelli, Jose Sanchez, Samuel Schmitz, James Siow, Kristin Speth, Scott Springer, Kyle Steinfeld, Zhe Wang,

Scott Wilson, Nathan Wong

客户:

恒隆地产

合作公司:

ADI Landscape,景观;ALT Cladding & Deisng Phillippines,外墙;ARUP,结构;BPI,照明设计;Rider Levett Bucknall,质量监督;MVA Hong Kong,交通;P&T International,项目建筑师;Benoy,零售项目顾问;Parsons Brinckerhoff,工程物理;天津市建筑设计院(TACE),当地设计院


The 2010 AIA New York winners were recently announced (we’ll share the full over view this weekend with you), and this project by Kohn Pedersen Fox received a design award in the Unbuilt category. Just like the other winning projects, the design showcases New York talent and was chosen for its “design quality, program resolution, innovation, thoughtfulness and technique.” The project, entitled Urban Market, is for Tianjin, China. The urban center is a way to reinvigorate the river banks through new uses, such as cultural institutions. The hope is that the center will grow to establish “a new identity for the city that links its culture to its historic place of commerce.”

More about the winning project after the break.

Clad in transparent materials, the building allows the interior program to engage the surrounding streets. The structure curves dramatically upward from the riverside and converges with the opposing six-storey south facade.

The building’s form engages the disconnected edges of the site and unites them within a single carapace. Two major interior boulevards allow pedestrians to flow from the east to west side of the site, and gather at a large central plaza. This porous circulation allows passersby to filter through the building at different entry points. This frequent flow of people turns the building into a modern version of a “traditional bustling merchant setting.”

Location: Tianjin, China

Completion: 2014

Size: 1.6 million GSF / 153,000 GSM

Program: Retail

Awards: AIA New York City Chapter Design Award (2010), MIPIM Architectural Review Future Projects Award (2007)

Team Leaders:

Paul Katz, FAIA HKIA Managing Principal

James Von Klemperer, FAIA Design Principal

Jeffrey A. Kenoff, AIA Director / Sr. Designer

Gary Stluka, AIA Project Manager

Bernard Chang Project Manager Hong Kong

Audrey Choi Job Captain

Project Team:

Benjamin Albury, Bernard Chang, Hanna Chang, Shang Chen, Shih-I Chou, Sandra Choy, Thomas Coldefy, Javier Galindo, Onur Gun, James Jenkins, Heejin Kim, Yoojung Kim, Marianne Kwok, Fanny Lee, Terri Lee, Bonnie Leung, Ming Leung, Luis Llull, Manon Pare, SaeRa Park, Charles Portelli, Jose Sanchez, Samuel Schmitz, James Siow, Kristin Speth, Scott Springer, Kyle Steinfeld, Zhe Wang,

Scott Wilson, Nathan Wong

Client:

Hang Lung Properties

Associated Firms:

ADI Landscape, landscape; ALT Cladding & Deisng Phillippines, Exterior Wall; ARUP, structural; BPI , lighting; Rider Levett Bucknall, quantity surveyor; MVA Hong Kong, traffic; P&T International, Project Architect; Benoy, retail consultant; Parsons Brinckerhoff, MEP; TACE, local design institute