新加坡,Iluma娱乐零售综合体/WOHA

建筑师事务所: WOHA

L位置: 201 维多利亚大街, 新加坡

项目团队: Wong Mun Summ, Richard Hassell, Chan Ee Mun, Dhamaraj Subramaniam, Ang Chow Hwee, Lim Yin Chao, Lim Yee Sze, Alen Low, Andrew MacLennan, Christopher Browne, Elavarasi Rajapackiyam, Johan Hermijanto, Maria Nieva

委托方: Jack Investment Pte Ltd

土木 & 结构工程师: LBW Consultants

机械 & 电气工程师: Lincolne Scott Ng Pte Ltd

工料测量师: KPK Quantity Surveyors Pte Ltd

媒体立面设计: Realities United Gmbh

照明顾问: Lighting Planners Associates Inc.

景观顾问: ICN Design International

建筑立面顾问: Arup Fa?ade Engineering

防火顾问: Arup Fire (S) Pte Ltd

声学顾问: Acviron Acoustics Consultants Pte Ltd

主要承包商: Sim Lian Construction Co (Pte) Ltd

基地面积: 8,920.5 平方米

项目面积: 26,761.5 平方米

项目时间: 2009

摄影: Tim GriffithPatrick Bingham-Hall

Iluma是一个集娱乐和零售于一体的开发项目,坐落在新加坡著名的白沙浮街区(Bugis Street),目前艺术、教育及娱乐是这一街区的主要职能。在这栋建筑中,线性体块与曲线形雕塑造型体块形成了鲜明对比。线性建筑元素可容纳停车场,零售店,电影院和表演空间,而雕塑造型建筑元素内沿漫步道容纳一些比较小型的零售和娱乐活动。这两种建筑元素之间的交流通过建筑处理得到了强化: 充满生气的热辣色调赋予了线性体块生机,而曲线形雕塑造型体块则以灰白单色调包裹全身。无论从哪个角度看去,整个建筑都会给人一种生机勃勃的感觉,振奋人心。

虽然在造型上是当代风格,但这栋建筑的规模及采用的材质与周边建筑极其协调。彩色的线性元素使人回忆起色彩明亮的公共住宅区,而极具装饰感的曲线形建筑立面对变化多端的体块,细致的纹理以及历史遗留下来的店屋那生机勃勃却又杂乱细致的装饰做了全新的诠释。

建筑室内活动围绕中央空间分三层布置,建筑一层与周边街道形成一个连续的路网,方便行人从各个方向进入Iluma。建筑二层的一座人行天桥冲出Iluma,跨越道路,在Iluma与临近的开发项目间建立一条通道。所有通道都通向主厅,主厅是一个高40m的空间,在水平方向被分割成上下两个体量,每个体量都有各自的特色,但从视觉上看是相互关联的。大厅提供照明和声响用于娱乐活动和表演,下层大厅主要用于小规模的专卖零售,而上层大厅则用于各种娱乐活动。分割两个空间的是一个城市广场,高出街道20m,上面有酒吧,游戏,电影院和餐厅。第三个主要空间是屋顶剧场和活动空间,它朝向露天葱翠的植被,屋顶平台和咖啡厅——在这儿,你可以同时欣赏到Ibiza和Bali风情。屋顶平台中央有一个玻璃天窗,透过天窗向下可以看到中庭,在中庭向上可以看到植被屋顶。

为实现规划者希望打造一个充满活力的夜生活区的设想,以及在熙熙攘攘的邻里地区里增强Iluma的可见性,建筑师为Iluma设计了极具艺术感的水晶网媒体墙立面,它由小面的像宝石似的固着物组成,在白天闪闪发光,到了晚上则发出绚丽夺目的光芒。这个水晶媒体墙立面是建筑师与来自柏林的艺术家和建筑师密切合作、构思完成的:将节能灯泡置入定制设计的反射镜 ,由软件控制。水晶媒体墙立面被建筑师处理成堆叠的、波浪起伏的条带,或重叠,或退让;而空隙空间形成悬伸的花园和露台。邻里艺术机构已经参与正在进行的策划和奖励计划,为给水晶媒体墙立面增添活力创造素材。持续进行的一些列展览活动将展示当地艺术和建筑作品,以及设计专业学生的作品。

水晶媒体墙立面是三维的,在它上面媒体艺术家,艺术生,甚至公众都能使用清晰的图片, 文本,图形以及建筑处理,所有都在一个城市街区尺度。久而久之,这将由周围有创造力的社区建立一种所有权意识,支持开发过程中的各种事件和活动,使Iluma不仅仅是一处零售空间,——希望它成为一处真正的城市场所。在现代城市中,城市肌理受当政者、开放商以及建筑业控制,街道上的普通人对此没有力量影响。Iluma拥有全新的、令人兴奋的潜力,能够给予普通人在城市尺度影响他们生活环境的机会。


Architects: WOHA

Location: 201 Victoria Street, Singapore

Project Team: Wong Mun Summ, Richard Hassell, Chan Ee Mun, Dhamaraj Subramaniam, Ang Chow Hwee, Lim Yin Chao, Lim Yee Sze, Alen Low, Andrew MacLennan, Christopher Browne, Elavarasi Rajapackiyam, Johan Hermijanto, Maria Nieva

Client: Jack Investment Pte Ltd

Civil & Structural Engr: LBW Consultants

Mechanical & Electrical Engr: Lincolne Scott Ng Pte Ltd

Quantity Surveyors: KPK Quantity Surveyors Pte Ltd

Media Facade Design: Realities United Gmbh

Lighting Consultant: Lighting Planners Associates Inc.

Landscape Consultant: ICN Design International

Fa?ade Consultant: Arup Fa?ade Engineering

Fire Consultant: Arup Fire (S) Pte Ltd

Acoustic Consultant: Acviron Acoustics Consultants Pte Ltd

Main Contractor: Sim Lian Construction Co (Pte) Ltd

Site Area: 8,920.5 sqm

Project Area: 26,761.5 sqm

Project Year: 2009

Photographs: Tim Griffith &?Patrick Bingham-Hall

Iluma is an entertainment and retail development, located at the famous Bugis Street area in Singapore, now a designated arts, education and entertainment district. The design contrasts a rectilinear block against a curvaceous sculpted form. The rectilinear element accommodates large, regular components of the car park, retail anchor tenants, cinema and performance spaces, while the curved form accommodates smaller retail and entertainment activities along meandering paths. The dialogue between the two elements is heightened by the architectural treatment, with vibrant hot colours animating the rectilinear block and monochrome shades of grey and white cladding the curvilinear block. Overlooking, overlapping and directing views up, down and across, are strategies throughout the building, inside and outside, to enhance vibrancy, people-watching and excitement.

The building, although contemporary in form, relates in scale and texture to the surrounding neighbourhood. The colourful rectilinear element recalls the brightly painted public housing blocks, while the decorative curvilinear fa?ade translates the varied massing, fine texture, and exuberant, intricately detailed decoration of the historic shophouses into a different expression.

The internal activities are zoned in three strata with interlinked central spaces. The ground floor forms a continuous network with the surrounding streets, drawing in pedestrians from all directions. A pedestrian bridge at the second level flies out across the road to create a link with the neighbouring development. All paths lead to the main atrium, a 40m high space, which is divided horizontally into a lower and upper volume, each with their own character, but visually connected. The atrium is provided with lighting and sound for entertainment events and performances. The lower atrium is focused on smaller, specialized retail, while the upper atrium is surrounded by the entertainment activities. Dividing the two spaces is an urban piazza, floated 20m above the street, populated by bars, games, cinemas and restaurants. The third major space is the rooftop theatre and event space, which opens up to open air lush landscape, roof terraces and caf pods C Ibiza meets Bali on the Singapore rooftops. The roof terraces are located around a central glazed skylight, affording views back down into the atrium spaces, and from the atrium up to the planted roof.

In order to achieve the planning authoritys vision of a vibrant nightlife district, and to amplify visibility within the bustling neighbourhood, the project features a custom-designed, artistic Crystal Mesh media fa?ade composed of faceted jewel-like fixtures that glitter in the day and glow in the night. The crystal media fa?ade was conceived and developed in close cooperation with Berlin based artists and architects realities:united, and features simple energy-saving bulbs in a custom designed reflector, controlled by a custom designed software. The fa?ade is treated as stacked, undulating strips that overlap and recede, the interstitial spaces forming gardens and terraces overhanging the street. The neighbourhood art institutions have been engaged to assist in ongoing curating and award programs to produce content to animate the fa?ade, and an on-going series of exhibitions and events will showcase the work of local art, architecture and design students.

The crystal media fa?ade is a three dimensional canvas on which media artists, art students and even the public can apply fast moving, legible images, text and graphics and architectural treatments, all at the scale of a city block. Over time, this will build a sense of ownership by the surrounding creative community, supporting the events and activities within the development, and making iluma more than just a retail space C it is hoped it will become a true urban place. In the modern city, the urban fabric is controlled by the authorities, developers and construction industry, a power remote from the man on the street. Iluma has the new and exciting potential to give ordinary citizens the opportunity to impact their surroundings at an urban scale.