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Green Road Works

图库/道路街区/2018-11-8 22:13 39 0 收藏

绿色道路工程
Green Road Works

红景:绿色道路是一个10公顷的大型自然公园和娱乐公园设计的红景景观和城市主义。该公园由荷兰林业委员会和Lieland委托,于2015完成。绿色道路工程是一个1918年前的防御壕沟和掩体系统。这个遗址是属于“Lek-acces”的更大的军事景观的一部分,它是一个由堡垒、工程和掩体系统组成的综合体,用来保护Lek河免受来自东部的入侵。这个网站的独特之处是在整个网站上到处都是沙坑的种类和种类。夏天的一艘观光渡船将绿色道路工程连接到Honswijk、斯皮尔和埃弗丁恩附近的军事场所。
REDscape: The Green Road is a 10 ha large military park for nature and recreation designed by REDscape Landscape and Urbanism. The park, commissioned by the Dutch Forestry Commission and Linieland, was largely completed in 2015. The Green Road Works is a former defensive trench and bunker system dating from 1918. The site is part of a larger military landscape belonging to the “Lek-acces”, a complex of forts, works and bunker systems, built to defend the river Lek from invasion from the east. Unique for this site is the range and variety of bunkers, peppered throughout the site. A tourist ferry in the summer, connects The Green Road Works to the adjacent military sites of Honswijk, Spoel and Everdingen.

© Andreas Mulder

© Andreas Mulder

© Andreas Mulder

© Andreas Mulder

© Andreas Mulder

© Andreas Mulder

© Philip van Roosmalen

© Philip van Roosmalen

© Philip van Roosmalen

© Redscape

在1945和2010之间,大部分的沟槽系统已经被移除。大部分的复合物已经变得不可识别,过度生长,难以进入。REDscape的设计建议部分恢复原来的沟渠系统的部分,重新建立其与周围景观的关系。碉堡出土了,娱乐路线增加了。新重建的作品使参观者能够体验到军事防御的原意。曾经作为防御工事伪装的果树(该地区特有的)在建筑期间被小心地保留下来,并由当地的一个果树学志愿者小组维护。
Between 1945 and 2010 most of the trench system had been removed. Much of the complex had become unrecognisable, overgrown and difficult to access. REDscape’s design proposed the partial restoration of sections of the original trench system, re-establishing its relationship to the surrounding landscape. The bunkers were unearthed, and recreational routes added. The newly reconstructed works enable visitors to experience the original intention of the military defences. The fruit trees (unique for the region) which had served as camouflage for the defensive works were carefully retained during construction and are maintained by a local pomological volunteer group.

该网站的性质和生态发展的两栖类动物和筑巢的猫头鹰的树盖淡水栖息地的加强,以及觅食的鸟类开阔的草原地区。这些作品是通过放牧绵羊来维持的。实施了四个新的生态区,为植物和动物多样性提供了空间。这些包括碉堡,其中一些是蝙蝠居住的。荷兰碉堡或“KasimaTATE”讲述了WW1和WW2军事过去的故事。
The nature and ecology of the site was strengthened by developing fresh water habitats for amphibians and tree cover for nesting owls, as well as open grassland areas for foraging birdlife. The works are maintained by grazing sheep. Four new ecological zones were implemented to give space to a new diversity of flora and fauna. These include the bunkers, some of which were inhabited by bats. The Dutch bunkers or ‘kazematten’ tell the story of the military past of WW1 and WW2.

在Patrick Mc Cabe的领导下,REDscape的设计将确保军事防御工作和它独特的36个掩体集合成为新荷兰水线当地居民和游客的最新目的地。设计尚未完成,提出了一个新的入口完成黑色钢和配套钢栅栏。为了强调掩体的坚忍品质,其中一个要被挖掘,以便能够独立于水中,并可能作为单人卧室旅馆使用。
Led by Patrick Mc Cabe, REDscape’s design will ensure that the military defence work and its unique collection of over 36 bunkers is to become the newest destination for locals and tourists in the New Dutch Waterline. The design is yet to be completed; a new entrance finished in black steel and matching steel fencing is proposed. To emphasise the stoic qualities of the bunkers; one of them is to be excavated to become free standing in water, with possible use as a single bedroom hotel.

景观设计师:红景
Landscape Architects: REDscape

地点:乌得勒支省
Location: Province of Utrecht, NL

设计年份:2010
Design year: 2010

建设年份:2015
Year of construction: 2015

委托人:斯塔茨斯博斯贝希尔,Linieland
Client: Staatsbosbeheer, Linieland

面积:10公顷
Area: 10 ha

预算:350K
Budget: 350k

图像学分:Andreas Mulder(红景)和Philip van Roosmalen(无人机图像)
Image credits: Andreas Mulder (REDscape) and Philip van Roosmalen (drone images)

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