Tree Museum

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树木博物馆
Tree Museum

Enzo Enea:2010年6月14日,位于苏黎世上湖附近75000平方米土地上的树木博物馆正式开门。作为一个椭圆形,露天博物馆,分为一系列的“房间”,每个都有自己的气氛和性格,树博物馆将展出个别树从收集Enzo Enea,瑞士景观建筑师和著名的树收藏家。博物馆的第一个任务是强调展示的树木的特殊存在、美丽和稀有,而在第二个更深层的层面上,Enzo Enea的星座将有助于塑造访客对生命的原始属性的感知,如时间和空间,以及这些是多么的内含。这些树被深深地嵌在这些古老的古树中。
Enzo Enea:On June 14, 2010, the Tree Museum situated on 75,000 square meters of land near Upper Lake Zurich, has officially opened its gates. Conceived as an oval-shaped, open-air museum which is divided into a series of ‘rooms’, each with their own atmosphere and character, the Tree Museum will exhibit individual trees from the collection of Enzo Enea, the Swiss landscape architect and a prominent tree collector. The Museum’s first mission is to emphasize the exceptional presence, beauty and rarity of the exhibited trees, while on a second, deeper level, Enzo Enea’s constellations will help shape visitors’ perception of primordial attributes of life such as time and space, and how these are so intrinsically embedded in the very quintessence of these ancient, venerable trees.

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创建一个树木博物馆的想法是Enea作为风景园林师的一个自然延伸,多年来对树木的强烈观察和研究,以及对如何感知和处理树木的理解不断加深,不仅为他在该领域的声誉奠定了基础。T还灌输给他无限的钦佩和尊重这些最非凡的自然创造。为了与更多的观众分享这些经验,Enea决定确实把一个“博物馆”献给他的树,从而意味着他们同样值得我们在这样的环境中对对象的保护和关注。他建造露天空间的概念——Enea所有花园的特色——允许树木被挑选出来,成为“个人”,因为游客被引导走在这些房间周围,并从不同的角度观察它们。
The idea of creating a tree museum was a natural extension to Enea’s work as a landscape architect as many years of intensely observing and studying trees combined with an increasing understanding of how to sense and handle them not only provided the foundation for his reputation in the field, but also instilled in him a boundless admiration and respect for these most extraordinary creations of nature. In order to share these experiences with a wider audience, Enea decided to indeed dedicate a “Museum” to his trees, thereby implying that they are equally worthy of the care and attention we usually reserve for objects in such an environment. His concept of constructing open-air ‘spaces’ – a characteristic of all Enea gardens – allows for trees to be singled out and to become ‘individuals’, as visitors are led to walk around these rooms and to observe them from different angles.

The ‘experience’ and sensation evoked by a visit to the Tree Museum will be one created by a multitude of different elements including the magnificence of the trees themselves, the micro-climate they create around them, the variety of textures, the effects of spacing and proportions and the landscape architecture in which they are embedded. However, one of the most remarkable and touching characteristics of most trees on view is their age. The awakening to a need for ‘slow life’, and respect and admiration for nature and the environment are key elements evoked by the Tree Museum. Its spirit, its genius loci, will help to ‘externalize’ whatever it is these ancient shapes reflect in our subconscious.

该博物馆将展出约50棵树,代表超过25个品种,并展示了几个例子,超过100岁。不朽的光环和“时间”的意识——在我们忙忙忙乱、没有时间行为的世界中变得更加紧迫——变得无所不在,博物馆是一个安静沉思和观察的地方。古老的BunZay-Po整形艺术所影响的尖端技术被应用于树木的移植和保存。另外100棵树和植物坐落在围绕着树木博物馆的公园里,它还将作为一个景观建筑和空间实验室。总的来说,博物馆和公园区包含了超过2000种独特的木材种类,ENA在过去的十七年里收集了这些木材。馆藏仅由属于我们气候带的品种组成。
The Museum will feature approximately 50 trees representing more than 25 varieties, and showing several examples which are more than 100 years old. An aura of immortality and an awareness of ‘time’ – even more pressing in our world of hectic, no-time behavior – become omnipresent and the Museum a place of quiet contemplation and observation. Sophisticated techniques influenced by the ancient art of Bonzai shaping were applied to transplant and preserve the trees. Another 100 trees and plants are located in the Park which surrounds the Tree Museum, which will furthermore also serve as a landscape architecture and space laboratory. In total, the Museum and Park zones contain more than 2000 exclusive wood species which Enea has collected over the past seventeen years. The collection is solely composed of varieties which belong to our climate zone.

A central feature on the grounds is the 2500 square meter headquarters building of Enea Garden Design in front of which sits a sprawling, lava-layered lake. The building was constructed by the American architecture firm Oppenheim Architecture & Design and houses an exhibition of selected garden furniture, a library, a museum shop as well as a group of works of art and design. The building was given the American Architecture Award 2009, by the Chicago Athenaeum. Oppenheim Architecture & Design has offices in New York, Miami and Los Angeles and will open an office in Basel in June 2010. Enzo Enea and Chad Oppenheim collaborate on an international level and are currently working on the planning of a city center of the Chinese port city Tianjin.

埃纳花园设计曾位于施梅里孔附近的一个小镇。搬迁到拉珀斯维尔成为可能,因为99年租约,附近的Cistercian Cloister Wurmsbach,业主的土地,愿意给予。
Enea Garden Design used to be located in Schmerikon, a neighboring town. The move to Rapperswil became possible because of a 99-year lease which the nearby Cistercian Cloister Wurmsbach, owner of the grounds, was willing to grant.

Landscape Architecture: Enzo Enea (Enea Garden Design)

Location: Rapperswil-Jona, Switzerland

Area: 75,000m2

Completed: 2010

Photos: © Martin Rütschi

Text: Enea

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