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悉尼公园水资源再利用项目

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悉尼公园水资源再利用项目
Sydney Park Water Re-Use Project

草坪设计及保养;环境伙伴关系:在过去二十年中,悉尼公园已经取得了很大的成就,将其从前的后工业历史和废物处理转变为44公顷的公园用地,并成为悉尼南郊不断发展的社区的重要资产。该项目是悉尼市迄今为止最大的环境项目,通过国家城市供水和海水淡化计划与澳大利亚政府合作建设。它是2030年悉尼可持续发展的一个组成部分;目标是通过公园内当地的水收集和再利用来满足10%的用水需求。这座城市还抓住了千载难逢的机会,利用基础设施项目为公园注入新的活力——作为悉尼充满活力的娱乐和环境资产。
Turf Design & Environmental Partnership: Much has been achieved over the past two decades to transform the Sydney Park site from its former post-industrial history and waste disposal, into 44 hectares of parkland and a vital asset for the growing communities of Sydney’s southern suburbs. This project forms the City of Sydney’s largest environmental project to date, and built in partnership with the Australian Government through the National Urban Water and Desalination Plan. It is an integral component of Sustainable Sydney 2030; targeting 10% of water demand to be met through local water capture and re-use in the park. The City also seized the once in a lifetime opportunity to use what was essentially an infrastructure project to breathe new life into the park – as a vibrant recreation and environmental asset for Sydney.

Sydney Park Water Re-Use Project

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Sydney Park Water Re-Use Project

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Sydney Park Water Re-Use Project

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Sydney Park Water Re-Use Project

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Sydney Park Water Re-Use Project

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该市聘请了一个由景观设计师Turb design Studio和;环境合作组织,协调了设计、艺术、科学和生态领域的紧密和多学科合作——在水专家Alluvium、艺术家Turpin+Crawford Studio、生态学家蜻蜓环境、工程师Partridge和城市自己的景观设计师之间共享创意的“圆桌会议”。其结果是形成了一系列相互交织的社区基础设施和“人造”系统——水的再利用、娱乐、生物多样性和栖息地——所有这些都整合在悉尼公园的物理结构中。悉尼公园现在为悉尼社区提供了一个增强的娱乐体验,超越了风景如画的环境;而是创造一个充满活力的多方位水景,以庆祝人与地之间的联系。
The City engaged a design team led by landscape architects Turf Design Studio & Environmental Partnership who orchestrated an intense and multi-disciplinary collaboration intersecting design, art, science and ecology – in a ‘roundtable’ of creatives shared between water experts Alluvium, artists Turpin + Crawford Studio, ecologists Dragonfly Environmental, engineers Partridge and the City’s own Landscape Architects. The result is an interwoven series of community infrastructures and ‘made’ systems – water re-use, recreation, biodiversity and habitat all integrated within the physical fabric of Sydney Park. Sydney Park now offers an enhanced recreational experience to the Sydney community, going beyond the picturesque; creating instead a revitalised, multi-faceted waterscape that celebrates the connection between people and place.

经过密集的“放松”过程后,水资源再利用项目现已全面投入运营,并与其公园环境紧密相连。生物滞留湿地不仅能捕获和清洁每年价值340个奥运会规模游泳池的等量设施,还能成功改善当地水质、栖息地并减少该地区的饮用水消耗。公园的动植物繁衍生息,在整个公园内创造了新的栖息地,保护和加强了现有栖息地。通过景观中可见的涨落,集水和净化的功能和过程得到了增强。新的路径与湿地相交,允许公园使用者探索和发现景观中的“时刻”,这些时刻可以是好玩的、戏剧性的、和平的,但始终与捕捉、移动和清洁的水叙事相关联。
After an intensive process of ‘easing in’, the water re-use project is now fully operational and intrinsically linked with its park setting. The bioretention wetlands not only capture and clean the equivalent measure of 340 Olympic-sized swimming pools worth per annum, but successfully improve local water quality, habitat and reduces potable water consumption in the area. The park’s fauna and flora is thriving, with new habitats created and existing ones protected and enhanced throughout the park. The function and processes of water harvesting and cleansing is enhanced through its visible ebbs and flows through the landscape. New pathways intersect the wetlands, allowing park users to explore and discover ‘moments’ in the landscape that can be at times playful, dramatic and peaceful, but at all times connected to the water narrative of capture, movement, and cleansing.

强调这些过程是项目的重要组成部分,因为它们强调了水、人、地形、动植物之间的内在关系。公共艺术是相互交织的;Turpin+Crawford工作室的“水瀑布”庆祝清洁水的释放,同时还与TDEP的级联进行合作,在生物修复处理序列的最后一个环节为水曝气。Turpin+Crawford工作室还设计了水“排气扇”,庆祝水从生物修复“稻田”转移到泻湖;发挥水的精神及其与景观的相互作用。
Highlighting these processes was an important part of the project, as they emphasise the intrinsic relationship between water, people, topography, flora and fauna. Public art is interwoven; Turpin + Crawford Studio’s ‘Water Falls’ celebrates clean water release while also working with TDEP’s cascades to aerate water in the last link in the bioremediation treatment train. Turpin + Crawford Studio also devised the water ‘exhaust fans’ that celebrate the transfer of water from bioremediation ‘paddies’ to the lagoons; playing on the spirit of water and its interactions with the landscape.

Data

Project Name: Sydney Park Water Re-Use Project
Completion Date: July 2015
Project address: Sydney Park Road, St Peters, NSW, 2044
Client: City of Sydney
Project Cost: $11.3 million

环境管理:澳大利亚A.D.环境技术公司
Design Team
Landscape Architecture / Lead Consultant: Turf Design Studio & Environmental Partnership
Water & Environment: Alluvium
Public Art: Turpin + Crawford Studio
Ecology: Dragonfly Environmental
Contractor: Design Landscapes
Plant Suppliers: Andreasens Green, Toolijha
Structural Engineer: Partridge
Lighting and Electrical: Lighting Art and Science
Irrigation: HydroPlan
Soils: SESL Australia
Environmental Management: A.D. Envirotech Australia

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