放放 空间艺术馆
  • 城市 : 杭州   City : HangZhou
  • 面积 : 387㎡
  • 完成日期 : 2022-01-15    Completion Date : 2022-01-15
  • 设计师 : 邢丽娅,骆海枫   Designer : Xing Lia , Luo Haifeng
  • 摄影 : SFAP
  • 事务所官方工作室名称 : 利落建造   Official Name : lialawlab
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FUNFUN GALLERY位于杭州市“丝联166”文创园区内。园区为1956年建厂的杭州丝绸印染联合厂旧址改建而成。单坡屋面、水泥桁架、高窗采光,具有浓厚的上世纪中叶工业遗存特点,也是杭州最早的一批文化创意园之一。 针对场地现状,甲方希望在空间内拥有更多的使用可能性。首先,这里将会是一处融合性的展览空间,定期举办各类艺术文化展览,为创意市集提供活动场地,可以提供多媒体展陈的配套服务与体验。其次,这里也会是一处独具特色的咖啡馆,使其成为这一场地中日常人流的聚集地。最后,也希望能预留后期运营和拓展的未知可能性。 面对上述的多样化设计需求和开阔举架的工业建筑现状。 我们将「转折」作为空间设计的整体策略。 在保有原建筑恢弘架构的同时,又界定出更适宜当下社交关系的新边界. 在平面上,我们将斜坡道放置在场地中间位置,更是柔和了空间功能的分区界限。使得这一“转折”成为内外、上下自然连贯的“媒介”。 “坡道”作为连贯空间高差的一种形式,相比楼梯而言,效率降低但情绪延长。长坡的乐趣更是体现在实际的行走过程中,参观者在上行时候相对缓慢,下行则由于惯性作用,给人以俯冲的力量。上下行走的节奏变化也是坡道设计带给最终使用行为的有效干预。而作为一处具备展览功能的开放场地,坡道也更加满足大型设备上下楼层的实际功能需求。 本次设计过程,我们不断推敲多种“放”的形式,把自己放在顾客、经营者、参观者、保洁员甚至是过路人的不同角度,将布局处理成“收放清晰”的结构。 转折的边界 成为我们感性的理性表达方式
The project FUNFUN Gallery is situated in Silian 166 Creative Park, which is repurposed from the former Hangzhou Silk Printing and Dyeing Factory launched in 1956. As one of the first cultural & creative parks in Hangzhou, Silian 166 retains strong characteristics of industrial heritages in the 1950s, featuring a single-pitched roof, cement trusses and high daylighting windows. For this project, the client requested more possibilities of spatial use.The project is positioned as an integrated exhibition space, available for various art and cultural exhibitions as well as creative markets by providing multimedia exhibition facilities and services, and also a unique cafe, which offers a gathering and socializing venue. Meanwhile, the client hoped to create more possibilities for the space's future operation and extension. Based on the client's diverse design requirements and the existing conditions of the industrial building with expansive trusses, the designers decided to take "folding" as the spatial design strategy. While retaining the magnificent structures of the original building, the design team defined new boundaries suitable to social relations in the current context. The design team set the slanting ramp at the center of the plane, to soften the boundaries between functional areas. This folded structure becomes a medium that connects the interior and outside, upper and lower spaces. Compared to stairs, the ramp is less efficient in connecting spaces at different heights, but effectively extends the emotional experience. The long ramp creates a playful moving experience. It offers a slow ascending experience, and gives people the feeling of diving down when moving downwards due to inertia.The ramp design effectively guides users' behaviors, and also meets the practical needs for moving large equipment upwards or downwards used for exhibitions when necessary. The design team took into consideration the perspectives of customers, operators, visitors, cleaners and even passers-by, to conceive a clear flexible layout. The turning boundaries become a rational way to express emotions in the space.