'Architecture'에 해당되는 글 2건

  1. 2010.03.04 Floating gardens by Anne Holtrop
  2. 2010.03.04 House in Hiro by Suppose Design
ARCHI./NEWS2010. 3. 4. 21:06


Architect: Anne Holtrop (in collaboration with Roderik van der Weijden)
Developer: Studio Noach (Kizito Musampa and Michel Kreuger)
Botanist: Patrick Blanc
Location: Amsterdam IJburg surface area: 2.000 m2

 네덜란드 건축가 Anne Holtrop이
green technology 회사 Studio Noach와 식물학자 Patrick Blanc와 협력하여
정원과 온천을 포함한 인공의 부유하는 섬을 계획했다.
이 'The floating gardens/ spa Wellness Amsterdam 프로젝트는
외부가 수경 녹수로 덮힌 동시에 내부에는 욕조와 치료 실들을 포함하려 했다.
이 계획은 최근 노틀담의 Netherlands Architecture Institute의
Architecture of Consequences- Dutch designs on the Future에 보여지고 있다.

from Holtrop
floating gardens / Spa Amsterdam

    If architecture is a landscape full of non-coherent but co-existing elements. A landscape where different uses, social relations, spatial organizations and political viewpoints can co-exist simultaneously. If this situation is being emphasized, rather than straighten out, new possibilities can emerge that would otherwise never be found.
    The floating gardens design relates with that intention: building on water, architecture and landscape, private & public use and many more aspects.
    A surface is – apart from the waterside – probably the most neutral environment for architecture. It is difficult to imagine the architecture of the country to continue on the water. But what architectural form can be found for a building on the water? The approach for floating gardens is to create a construction of a landscape. Like a stone of Alberto Giacometti is a construction of a stone.
    The architecture makes the walls and ceilings the outer for hills and valleys. Inside the interior follows the counter form of the landscape. Amorphous areas with faceted ceilings, all of different sizes and heights, blend as one.

    A visitor will walk from room to room and experience a sequence of baths, panoramic saunas, chill and relax areas. From the interior, the frame the constructed landscape and give access to outdoor terraces and pools. From thereon paths continue over the hills and through the valleys connecting different spaces.

    The persons who walk here, will see a combination of water, vegetation and architecture, which gratifies the human desire for a world that is visible and tangible. Architecture constructs a landscape, a landscape is inhabited. Interior and exterior, landscape and architecture are one.

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    Patrick Blanc who designs his Living Walls all over the world explains: “Do plants really need soil? No, … Earth is no more than a tool. Just water containing minerals and nutrients, along with common daylight and carbon dioxide are necessary for plants to make photosynthesis possible. ”

Blanc has proven his expertise on many locations including museums around the world. From the perspective of nature it is possible for plants to grow on a surface where there is no soil. As long as there’s no shortage of water.

“Floating Gardens / Spa Wellness Amsterdam’ has been developed for the lake near the city where plenty of fresh water is available. A similar island has never been developed anywhere else. A floating sustainable biotope, using recycled materials with a vegetation coating that from its pores literally breaths oxygen and wellness is unique for our planet.


    The composite GreenRexwall TM was developed in collaboration with the German constructor Aquahouse GmbH and is that strong and constructive that building cement, steel or bricks are no longer needed. The ultimate isolates, is constructive, and light – not important – it is particularly buoyant. Not just the recycling of polystyrene is environmentally friendly Floating Gardens, the vegetation on the walls and roof, CO2 is converted to oxygen, and particulate matter demolished.

    The vegetation is a breeding ground for birds, butterflies and insects but most will feel at home. The innovative technical installations provide big energy savings. The surrounding water acts as a heat exchanger, like a refrigerator works conversely. It can serve as heat – and cooling source and is up 70% more efficient than conventional energy systems.

(...귀차니즘; 일일이 번역하기 귀찮아서.. 참고하세요.)

출처: http://www.dezeen.com/2010/02/20/floating-gardens-by-anne-holtrop/

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ARCHI./NEWS2010. 3. 4. 21:05
Building site : Hiro, Kure city, Hiroshima, JAPAN
Principal use : personal house
Structure : Reinforced Concrete, 2 storey
Site area : 78.34㎡
Building site : 37.39㎡
Toal floor area : 66.46㎡
(1F : 36.33㎡ 2F : 30.13㎡)
일본의 Suppose Design Office이 디자인한 방 2개 규모의 주택 (in 히로시마/ 2개의 정원)
주택은 클라이언트가 요구한 밝은 정원들을 제공하기 힘든
주 도로 옆의 번화한 상업(쇼핑) 지구에 위치해 있다.
햇볕이 드는 실들은 자연적(천연적) 소재들로 되어 있으며,
내부로 실제 정원의 감성을 끌어들이기위한 노력으로 마감되었다.
(외부 정원이 없기 때문에, 내부의 재료들을 외부의 요소들인 빛과 가공되지 않은 재료들을 이용하여
공간은 거의 실제의 정원이라 불릴 수 있을 공간으로 계획 되었다.)
Suppose Design은 이 실들에 식물, 자전거(..엥?), 책들, 공예품, 피아노 등을 놓음으로써
한 삶에 이러한 요소들이 어우러지도록 극적으로 표현했다.
또한 Suppose Design은 무의식적으로 인지되는 내외부의 요소들로 우리가 보는 아주 작은 것들을 변화시킴으로써
이 새로운 옥외같은 형태를 이루기 위해 고심했다. (To be a comfortable home)

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