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Into the Wild

Openfabric,Dmau:Play是关于在世界上找到自己的位置并理解这个世界。我们制定了一项计划,试图将两个不同的世界并列起来。人造的和自然的。该计划有一个城市的外部和野生自然的内部,每个空间包含不同类型的发挥。
正式的外部是一个进行体育运动和有组织有序游戏的场所,而在狂野的内部,孩子们被鼓励并自由地使用自然材料建造和破坏他们自己的游戏空间。两个世界之间的边界“丝带”包裹并保护室内,同时适应室外环境,允许进行游戏并融入传统游乐场元素
Openfabric, Dmau: Play is about finding ones place in the world and making sense of that world. We have created a plan that seeks to juxtapose two different worlds. The man made and the natural. The plan has an urban exterior and a wild natural interior, each space contains a different type of play.
The formal exterior is a place for sports and structured ordered games, while inside the wild interior children are encouraged and free to construct and destruct their own play spaces using natural materials. A boundary “ribbon” between the two worlds wraps and protects the interior, while adapting towards the exterior to allow games and integrate traditional playground elements

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Grevelingeveld当地称为Deltaplantsoen,是海牙里维埃伦布尔特的一个街区广场。8.100平方米空间的设计与面向广场的新邻里学校的开发紧密相连。游乐场概念将三种不同类型的游戏组合在一起;内部是一个野生的自然游乐场景观,外部是一个城市运动场,两者之间的门槛被称为“丝带”,是一个有趣的建筑元素,包含了所有传统的游乐场设备。这种游戏类型的多样性被安排为一个开放式的游戏景观,创造了一个丰富而充满活力的世界,为孩子们提供了无限的游戏机会,并重新诠释和想象空间。与如今随处可见的配备标准设备的多功能操场形成鲜明对比。
Grevelingenveld known locally as Deltaplantsoen is a neighbourhood square in Rivierenbuurt, The Hague. The design of the 8.100m2 space links carefully with the development of a new neighbourhood school which faces onto the square. The playground concept brings three different types of play together into one ensemble; the interior is a wild natural playscape, the exterior an urban sports court, and the threshold between the two known as “the ribbon” is a playful architectural element containing all the traditional playground equipment. This diversity of playing types arranged as an open ended playscape, creates a rich and dynamic world that offers children endless possibilities for play and to reinterpret and reimagine the space. In contrast to the many mono-functional playgrounds with standard equipment that exist everywhere today.

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中央自然游乐场是一个儿童可以自由利用天然材料和生长迅速的植物(如柳树和芦苇)建造和破坏自己的游戏空间的空间。将这样一种自然的游乐景观带到社区中心,将增加儿童与自然的日常接触,这是健康童年的重要因素,也是许多城市社区所缺少的体验。选择种植的目的是提供全年最大的视觉多样性,而动植物的生物多样性将为学校提供丰富的环境教育,植物和树木多年来的持续生长提供了不断变化的景观。
The central natural playground is a space where children are free to construct and destruct their own play spaces from natural materials and fast growing plants such as willow and reeds. Bringing a natural playscape like this into the heart of the neighbourhood will increase children’s daily contact with nature, an important factor for a healthy childhood and an experience that is missing from many urban neighbourhoods. The planting selection is chosen to provide maximum visual variety throughout the year while the biodiversity of flora and fauna will provide a rich context for environmental education offered by the school, and the continual growth of the plants and trees over the years provides an ever changing landscape.

城市和自然之间的门槛被称为带状,这是一个起伏的游戏景观,孩子们可以在这两个世界之间以一种引人入胜的方式导航。缎带可以通过攀岩墙攀爬,通过隧道爬行,通过滑梯滑动,边缘有一个钢制顶盖,用于滑冰和滑水。它可以作为沙坑边缘的坐姿,也可以作为观看运动场等的观众看台。相比之下,外部空间是一个正式的硬面广场,用于体育和结构化游戏。在这里,线条模式定义了足球和篮球等运动场,还创建了一个抽象模式,一个可以为新游戏设定边界的好玩的矩阵。
The threshold between the urban and the natural is known as The Ribbon, it’s an undulating playscape where children can navigate between the two worlds in an engaging and inviting way. The Ribbon can be climbed over via the climbing wall, crawled through via the tunnels, slide via the slides, the edge has a steel coping for skating and scooting. It serves as a sitting element at the edge of the sandpit or a spectator stand for those watching the sports courts and much more. In contrast, the external space is a formal hard surfaced square for sports and structured games. Here patterns of lines define sports courts such as football and basketball and also create an abstract patterns, a playful matrix that can set boundaries for new games.

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顾问:阿卡迪斯
Project name: Into the Wild
Architects: Openfabric, Dmau
Project location: Grevelingenveld, The Hague (Netherlands)
Completion lear: 2015
Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 5.100 sqm
Photo credits: Jacopo Gennari Feslikenian www.jgf.works, Daryl Mulvihill, Francesco Garofalo
Other participants (eg. collaborators, clients, consultants, etc):
Team: Francesco Garofalo, Daryl Mulvihill, Barbara Costantino.
Client: The Hague Municipality, Richard Krajicek Foundation
Consultant: Arcadis

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