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肯辛顿大街
Kensington Street

Turf Design Studio & Jeppe Aagaard Andersen: Kensington Street is the vision of Greencliff Executive Chairman Dr Stanley Quek and Frasers Property Australia; first defined in the Central Park public domain masterplan. The street offered immense possibilities – a built fabric comprised of some of Sydney’s oldest workers cottages, terraces and warehouses. As landscape architects and urbanists how could we reimagine the street? How could we build on the street’s unique story and in so doing make a new Sydney place?

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首先是它的物理连接——一系列与新兴中央公园区的直通式连接对于将这条街道重新缝合到悉尼市中心CBD的Chippendale的结构中至关重要。与此同时,一个沸腾的过程——仔细了解街道的历史和许多传统特征。然后又回来了——去除了那些不属于其场所精神的元素。最后,小心地添加照明、树木、座椅和地平面等公共领域基础设施,以满足其用途。我们的目标是轻描淡写地但果断地从旧中创造新的东西。
The first imperative was its physical connection – a series of thru-site links to the emerging Central Park precinct were vital in stitching the street back into the fabric of Chippendale, in Sydney’s downtown CBD. In parallel, a process of boiling down – carefully understanding the history and many heritage qualities of the street. Then came stripping back – removing those elements not intrinsic to its spirit of place. Finally, carefully adding in – lighting, trees, seats and ground plane – the public domain infrastructure required as fit for purpose. We aimed to touch lightly but decisively in forging something new from old.

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格林克利夫对肯辛顿街有着明确的愿景。”当格林克利夫收购肯辛顿街历史悠久的工人别墅和仓库时,我们的愿景是重新激活沿街的传统建筑,并将其重新开发,用于现代食品、生活方式、艺术和商业活动,”Quek博士说。肯辛顿街的公共领域通过以下关键领域展现领导力:
Greencliff had a definitive vision for Kensington Street. “When Greencliff purchased Kensington Street’s historic worker’s cottages and warehouses, our vision was to reactivate the heritage buildings along the street and redevelop them for contemporary food, lifestyle, artistic and commercial endeavours,” Dr Quek said. Kensington Street’s public realm demonstrates leadership through the following key areas:

Placemaking

景观设计师是城市建设的关键贡献者。我们融合了城市设计、环境、社区和基础设施方面的知识,使我们的专业在连接人与地方面独树一帜。在肯辛顿街,我们的角色是打造一条生气勃勃、真实的生活街道,在这里,设计师的手基本上是看不见的。
Landscape Architects are a key contributor in the making of cities. Our blended knowledge of urban design, environment, community and infrastructure makes our profession unique in connecting people and place. In Kensington Street our role was to make a robust and authentic street for living, where the hand of the designer remains largely unseen.

Creating a shared zone

设计团队开发了一种“共享街道”方法,将汽车集成到以行人为中心的环境中。街道为驾车者提供了一系列微妙的身体和视觉约束,旨在鼓励缓慢驾驶。中央花岗岩排水沟、松软的树木大道、护柱(由RMS授权)和铺路都限制了车辆通行和停车。
The design team developed a ‘shared street’ approach, integrating cars within a pedestrian-focused environment. The street presents motorists with a succession of subtle physical and visual restraints designed to encourage slow driving. A central, granite dish drain, loose avenue of trees, bollards (mandated by RMS) and paving all combine to constrain vehicular movement and parking.

Collaboration with architects

设计团队与Tonkin Zulaikha Greer和遗产建筑师合作,将公共领域的语言与建筑形式的遗产小心地融合在一起。工人阶级露台的正面已被保留和修复;这是一项保留街道遗产价值的重大举措。老克莱尔酒店经历了一次重大的改造,并通过精心的适应性再利用,与前卡尔顿联合行政大楼一起,通过未上市的收藏,改造成一家五星级酒店。
The design team worked with Tonkin Zulaikha Greer and heritage architects to carefully blend the language of the public realm with the heritage of the built form. Working class terrace facades have been retained and restored; a significant initiative in retaining heritage value in the street. The Old Clare Hotel has undergone a major overhaul and through careful adaptive reuse, has joined with the former Carlton United Administration Building to transform into a 5-star hotel by Unlisted Collection.

Retaining the site’s heritage qualities

原始粗面岩路缘石已在其原始路线上得到保留和恢复,这是一个在定制Bowral砖的新砖地平面内的微妙的重新划分,以表达对其当地遗产的敬意。肯辛顿街的高度创新设计和精心执行的遗产适应性再利用策略使悉尼最古老的街道之一焕然一新,成为一个充满活力的新公共场所,有助于城市街道类型的演变。这个地方是一个活动的蜂巢,从清晨到深夜嗡嗡作响,各种年龄和背景的人都在探索街道的创意空间、餐饮和文化产品。
Original trachyte kerbing has been preserved and reinstated on its original alignment – a subtle palimpsest within the new brick ground plane of bespoke Bowral brick that pays homage to its local heritage. Kensington Street’s highly innovative design and carefully executed heritage adaptive reuse strategy has revitalised one of Sydney’s oldest streets into a vibrant new public place that contributes to the evolving street typology of the city. The place is a hive of activity, buzzing from the early morning until late at night with people of all ages and backgrounds exploring the street’s creative spaces, dining and cultural offerings.

Facts

Project Name: Kensington Street
Completion Date: September 2015
Project address: Kensington Street, Broadway, Chippendale, NSW, Australia, 2008
Client: Greencliff and Frasers Property Australia
Project Cost: $3.7 million

CREDITS
Design Team
Landscape Architects: Turf Design Studio in collaboration with Jeppe Aagaard Andersen
Collaborating Architects: Tonkin Zulaikha Greer, Paul Davies & Associates

Client: Greencliff, Frasers Property Australia
Authority: City of Sydney

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