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新西兰,奥克兰,杰利科港与筒仓公园/ Taylor Cullity Lethlean, Wraight + Associates

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新西兰,奥克兰,杰利科港与筒仓公园/ Taylor Cullity Lethlean, Wraight + Associates

建筑师: Taylor Cullity Lethlean, Wraight + Associates

地点:新西兰奥克兰,温耶德海滨新区

客户:Waterfront Auckland

竣工时间:Aug 2011

摄影:Simon Devitt Photographer, Jeff Brass

新西兰,奥克兰,杰利科港与筒仓公园/ Taylor Cullity Lethlean, Wraight + Associates

新西兰,奥克兰,杰利科港与筒仓公园/ Taylor Cullity Lethlean, Wraight + Associates

新西兰,奥克兰,杰利科港与筒仓公园/ Taylor Cullity Lethlean, Wraight + Associates

新西兰,奥克兰,杰利科港与筒仓公园/ Taylor Cullity Lethlean, Wraight + Associates

施工的海滨区域总是充满了太多的变数。易怒暴躁、功利主义、强壮有力、逐渐淡出,这些世俗的特质充斥着我们所有的感官。然而,当代海滨区域的重建常常使这些吸引我们到这里游玩的优秀特质变得无影无踪。然而在奥克兰温耶德海滨新区的重建区域,这些惯例却在项目开发时受到了挑战,建筑师预计将这片被遗弃的工业和海洋区域变成一个层次分明的多用途管理区。

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这次重建的第一个催化剂项目是以杰利科港和筒仓公园为中心的公共空间。这些空间促进了一种另类设计方案的产生,以独特方式抹去了人们对海滨的记忆。在这里人们鼓励形成对立,腥臭的鱼非常具有吸引力,斑斑锈迹、小沙粒和密布的铜绿在这里都有所体现,被遗弃的人工制品也经过了重新雕琢。

支持形成这种设计有两个关键的举措:保留原有的记忆并加强渔业和海运业,这些形成了新公共体验的焦点,此外完美诠释建设地点所特有的考古模式和重要性也呈现出了一个全新的公共景观。

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杰利科港用途广泛,包括航运大型工业集装箱、提供渡轮服务以及形成了独立发展的捕鱼业。之前已经从公众视野中消失的海滨活动,经过这次重新设计现在已经成为公共领域的体验中心,同时在渔船队的经营下,鱼类的批发和零售以及海鲜市场经过整合也极具吸引力。

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这种设计围绕着这些“发现”的情况展开,不断编排着公共领域的体验。海港边缘区域——北码头漫步长廊现在成了谈判的场所,从这里可以看到人行道和自行车道,也能感受到和平共处的海滨工业。同时它也是一个充满对比的建设地点,这里有码头上布满的铜绿、铁轨、斑斑锈迹以及绳索,同样也有附近充满生气的露天就餐空间,在这种真正的海滨条件下这些对立的元素都已经蓬勃发展起来。

新西兰,奥克兰,杰利科港与筒仓公园/ Taylor Cullity Lethlean, Wraight + Associates

杰利科街道与海港边缘平行,与裸露在外恶劣的港口条件形成了鲜明的对比。这种“大道”为奥克兰建立了一种全新的公共领域语言,利用本土特色提升公民的存在感,以行人为中心,利用随意栽种的茂盛的植物形成轴线。

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筒仓公园是一片三角形土地,其西部区域与杰利科海港的海洋产业相连。它位于之前水泥仓库的位置,曾因为拆迁而特别指定使用的一个大筒仓被保留了下来。现在这个筒仓形成了多层公共空间的多重规划的焦点,促进形成了一系列的混合用途:休憩活动、活动空间、青年人专区、工业区域以及闲置区域。对这个建设地点而言,每一项用途都是全新的,同时也是从模式语言、基础设施和建设地点的神话中建立的。

利用门架的电枢部分将这些重叠的设计方案定位,这让人们回想起建设地点的工业风格。这片区域有意设计成比较厚重的样式,譬如活动空间的结构、观景台、凉亭以及活动的框架。人们提议将这项设施用于大型超级游艇的最后“装配”,这是新西兰所拥有的一个专门行业。将该行业带入公众视野并将其融入设计之中,加强了人们真实浮华的海滨体验。

宽阔的中央草坪用来举行一系列的娱乐活动和各种比赛项目。倾斜的拐角像堤岸一样,能够防止工业筒仓泄漏,这暗示了建设地点原有的用途。与此相邻的区域是一片广袤的生物滞留湿地,这里贮藏了广阔建设地点所积攒的雨水,最终通过巨大的水楼梯像瀑布一样倾斜到海港中。这些楼梯由可回收利用的预制混凝土部件构成,之前它们用于储存制造材料——当地的结构再一次得到回收利用,用来建造一个全新的结构。

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在创建当代真实的公共领域体验方面,杰利科港与筒仓公园呈现出了对调查研究的包容性,接受并阐释了建设地点的特征。

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新西兰,奥克兰,杰利科港与筒仓公园/ Taylor Cullity Lethlean, Wraight + Associates

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Architecture: Taylor Cullity Lethlean, Wraight + Associates

Location: Wynyard Quarter, Auckland, New Zealand

Client: Waterfront Auckland

Completion: Aug 2011

Photographs: Simon Devitt Photographer, Jeff Brass

Working waterfronts are constantly in flux; crusty, utilitarian, muscular and dissolving, with temporal qualities that engage all of our senses. Yet contemporary waterfront redevelopments are often characterised by the removal of the very qualities that attract us to these places. At Auckland’s Wynyard Point redevelopment these conventions are challenged in a development that anticipates transforming a forlorn industrial and maritime precinct into a layered, mixed-use precinct.

The first catalytic projects of this redevelopment are public spaces centred on Jellicoe Harbour and Silo Park. These spaces promote an alternative design approach to the typical erasure of waterfront memory. Here, friction is encouraged, smelly fish are the attraction, rust, grit and patina are embraced and derelict artefacts are reprogrammed.

Underpinning the design are two key moves: retention and enhancing of fishing and maritime industries form the focus of new public experiences; and, interpreting the site’s peculiar archaeology of patterns and materiality informs a new public landscape.

Jellicoe Harbour has an engaging diversity of use, including large industrial container shipping, ferry services and a viable fishing industry. This overlay of waterfront activities, previously removed from the public gaze, is now central to the public realm experience and integrated as attraction via fishing fleet premises, wholesale and retail fish and seafood markets.

The design weaves public realm experiences around these ‘as found’ conditions. The harbour edge, North Wharf Promenade, is now a site of negotiation, a pedestrian and cycle promenade from which to witness and experience the coexisting waterfront industry. It is also a site of contrasts with the patina of wharfs, rails, rust and ropes juxtaposed with the adjacent lustre of alfresco dining that has thrived in this authentic waterfront condition.

Jellicoe Street runs parallel to the harbour edge and contrasts with the exposed, hard harbour condition. This ‘boulevard’ establishes a new public realm language for Auckland, one that promotes a civic presence with an indigenous character; a grand axis with a pedestrian focus and rich, informal planting.

Silo Park is a triangular tract that links Jellicoe Harbour with marine industries to its west. It is located on a former cement depot from which a large silo – once earmarked for removal – is retained. The silo now forms a multi-programmed focus of a layered public space that facilitates a range of hybrid uses; passive recreation, event space, youth precinct, industry and folly. Each program is new to the site, yet built from the pattern language, infrastructure and the mythology of place.

These overlapping programs are orientated via the armature of the gantry, an evocative response to the industrial language of the site. It is designed to be part folly, play structure, lookout, arbour and event framework. It also forms the infrastructure for a proposed working dock. This facility is proposed to be used for the final ‘fit out’ of large super yachts, a specialist New Zealand industry. Bringing this industry into public view and integrated into the design, reinforces an authentic, albeit glossy, waterfront experience.

A large, central lawn is used a range of recreation and event purposes. Its tilted corners resemble bunds that are used to prevent industrial silo spills, alluding to the site’s former uses. Adjacent is a large bio-retention wetland that receives the broader site’s stormwater that eventually cascades into the harbour via large water stairs. These stairs comprise reclaimed precast concrete units previously utilised for the storage of manufacturing materials – again, a local narrative has been salvaged to articulate a new one.

Jellicoe Harbour and Silo Park demonstrate a receptiveness to investigate, embrace and interpret a narrative of place in the creation of a contemporary and authentic public realm experience.

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