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第三列火车

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第三列火车
The Third Train

THE ORDER – A PATH OF PEACE IN LES HAUTS-DE-FRANCE | A

CREATIVE AND SCENIC JOURNEY ON THE SITES OF MEMORY OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR

吉尔斯·布鲁塞特:受20世纪战争的残酷影响,法兰西高级区选择庆祝明天的遗产,并通过在大战争的纪念地:法兰西高级区的和平花园创建一个行程表来确认其在景观艺术上的弹性。
Gilles Brusset: Impacted by the brutality of the 20’s century wars, the region Hauts de France chose to celebrate tomorrow’s heritage and affirm its resilience in landscape art by creating an itinerary on the sites of a memory of the Great War: the gardens of peace in les Hauts-de-France.

The Third Train

这一景观工程是独特的,创造了一个全新的纪念责任电路。它是由法兰西高等艺术学院和第一次世界大战一百周年的使命所鼓动的,并向那些选择拥抱现代世界和平事业的国家致敬。
This landscape project is unique and creates a brand new circuit of duty of remembrance. It was instigated by Arts & Jardins | Hauts-de-France and the mission of the centenary of the First World War and pays tribute to the nations who chose to embrace the cause of pacification of the modern world.

The gardens of peace

在集体和赞助者的支持下,最终将在30多个地点展开,质疑这一和平,并创造思考、休息和自我反思的场所。难道和平不只是一个我们看不见的、因此无法分享的日常伴侣吗?艺术家不是那个能放大它的人吗?
– which will at the end spread themselves out over thirty sites thanks to the support of collectivities and sponsors – questions this peace and creates places to think, rest and self-reflect. Isn’t peace just an everyday companion that we are incapable of seeing and therefore sharing? And isn’t the artist the one who can magnify it?

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The Third Train


The Third Train


康皮涅森林中的停战空地是第一次世界大战最重要的地点之一。停战协定是1918年11月11日在那里签署的,当时坐的是一辆铁路大巴,如今举世闻名。
The Armistice glade, in the Forest of Compiègne, is one of the most significant sites of World War One. The Armistice was signed there, on the 11th of November 1918, in a rail coach, today worldwide known.

第三列火车的花园由景观设计师马克·布卢姆、艺术家吉尔斯·布吕塞特和建筑师弗朗西斯卡·利吉里设计,是一个法德项目,围绕着连接停车场和林间空地的小巷进行,在发现停战地点之前,这是一次令人难忘的散步。
The garden of the third train, designed by the landscaper Marc Blume, the artist Gilles Brusset and the architect Francesca Liggieri is a Franco-German project taking place around the allee joining the parking to the glade, making it a memorable walk before discovering the location of the Armistice.

在灌木丛中,三位设计师想到了一个象征性的塑料平行线,介于大战战壕的痕迹和菌丝网络的细丝所画的形状之间。按照这种模式,花园的道路蜿蜒穿过树叶,形成圆形和种植区,在那里可以看到森林的不同精华。在这个迷宫中,一条细长的长凳穿过花园,引来了沉思。在这张木凳上插了许多镜子,反射天空和树叶,就像第三列火车反射和平。
Inside the undergrowth, the three designers thought about a symbolic and plastic parallel between the trails of the trenches of the Great War and the shapes drawn by the filaments of the mycelium network. Following this pattern, the paths of the garden make their way windingly through the foliage, creating rounded and planted areas where different essences of the forest can be seen. Adding itself to this maze leading to the discovery of the undergrowth, an elongated bench crosses the garden and invites contemplation. A multitude of mirrors is inserted in this wooden bench reflecting the sky and the leaves like a third train reflecting peace.

The garden of the third train is an undergrowth garden which embraces the vastness of humus. It takes on the perception of the visitors through their movement in space and

encourage the discovery of a peacefull place by offering new, wringely and random paths.

He takes place like a third component between the trees and the people: a link that associates contemplation, meditation and celebration of life.

The Third Train

The Third Train

The Third Train


The Third Train

The Third Train

The Third Train


The Third Train

The Third Train

The Third Train


Light in the underwood – The garden guides the visitors to the light of the glade. The plants of this garden play with the light and slowly let it through making the walk an enriched spatial experience.

The freedom of wandering – Winding paths invites the visitor to discover the environment that witnessed an important part of our history.

This added walking space enhances the possibility of escaping the direct route to the glade and to freely wander through the forest becoming a vast monument of peace.

Extension of the routes – The shapes of the garden were inspired by a symbolic and plastic parallel between the trails of the trenches of the 14/18 war (attack and defend) and the figures drawn by the Mycelium (living and growing). The pattern of the mycelium network is in sync with the drawing of the allees and paths that cross the forest of Compiegne. It suggests the idea of an unlimited garden, always expanding as one walks through it.

The principal axis of the composition of the garden is materialised by the third train, a wooden sculpture which is 70m long. It echos to the two trains in which the Armistice of the 11th of November 1918 and the one of the 22nd of June 1940 where signed, in the glade of Rethondes.

The Third Train

The components of the garden are:

The earth and stone allees – they enable the individuals to walk through the underwood on dry ground. The pattern of the mycelium network inspired the drawing of these allees which create a capillary maze in the undergrowth meant to be discovered.

The gardened shapes – These rounded shapes are delimited by the allees and planted with essences of the forest. They are partially sealed with clay so that the raining waters won’t flow away and represent little forests.

The third train – Floating above the ground, the sculpture points towards the middle of the glade and crosses horizontally the underwood. It is decorated with tens of mirrors oriented towards the sky making the sculpture shimmer like a precious jewel in the woods. One can sit or lay down on it on a summer evening

contemplating the sky of peace filtered by the foliage

The Third Train

The Third Train

The Third Train

The Third Train


Short office name: Gilles Brusset

Role of your office in the project: artist

Website: paysarchitectures.com

Other designers involved in the design of landscape: Francesca Liggieri + Marc Blume

Project location: France

Design year: 2018

Year Built:

2019

Photography: Pierre-Yves Brunaud

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