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建筑师: Ami Shinar – Amir Mann

地点:以色列霍隆

项目团队:Ami Shinar, Bark Levy, Serge Ferman.

开发商:Zalman Zecharia Investment Co.

大厅室内设计:Zigie Zohar

项目面积:8500.0 sqm

项目年份:2013

摄影: Dana Polo

建筑师提供的项目信息。Z设计大楼毗邻霍隆设计博物馆(由Ron Arad设计),表现了公寓基本的“聚合”概念,它几乎成为一个独立的单元。公寓楼的连接方式很简单,每两个楼层(含四个公寓)一组,围绕建筑核心筒旋转,与下面两层和上面两层交错设置。因此每两个公寓中就有一个拥有30平方米的超大“屋顶露台”,它们也是建筑体量的一个组成部分

整座建筑因简单的旋转而获得了丰富的体量构成形式。由此也获得了另一个特征:没有更多的“主”立面和“侧”立面,建筑的每一个面都很重要。

当然,这样的设计也许只是对古老的、已经被人遗忘的设计概念的一种更新,例如Safdie于1967年在蒙特利尔设计的住宅群、黑川纪章于1972年在东京设计的中银舱体大楼以及由Lufenfeld-Gamerman于1965年在以色列比尔谢巴设计的鲜为人知的“天井大厦”。但是大多数这样的开创性实验项目不知怎么就消失了。

Z设计大楼与它“旋转”的几何形状再现了这一古老的新语汇,但利用传统的混凝土骨架实现了简单经济的建造,预制墙体是在现场安装到骨架上的。这样的设计在30层或40层的高层建筑上也可以应用:我们可以设想整个一个城市街区都是低矮的沿街建筑,中间夹着几座高层建筑,还围出了一个小型的开放公共空间。

外墙饰面采用了很基础的材料,主要包括白色的切割石材,这些石材被整合到了现浇墙体单元中。内凹的平面覆盖了灰色花岗岩,而窗户和阳台边缘之间的小区域则覆盖了铝板。可以说,建筑的美在于体量构成形式的逻辑感,几乎没有使用任何昂贵的装饰材料。

原文:

Architects: Ami Shinar – Amir Mann

Location: Holon, Israel

Project Team: Ami Shinar, Bark Levy, Serge Ferman.

Developer: Zalman Zecharia Investment Co.

Lobby Interiors: Zigie Zohar

Area: 8500.0 sqm

Year: 2013

Photographs: Dana Polo

From the architect. The basic concept behind the Z Design building, located next to Design Museum Holon (by Ron Arad), is the expression of the basic residential"aggregate"– the apartment –almost as an independent unit. This articulation is achieved simply as each second floor (containing four apartments) rotates around the building core relative to the two floors below or above. Thus also every second apartment gains a large 30 sqm "roof terrace", as an integral element of building mass.

The rich volumetric composition of the whole building is achieved almost as a by-product of that simple shift. Thus also another feature is gained: no more "main" and "side" facades;each side of the building is as important.

Of course this design maybe a renewal of old, quite forgotten ideas, such as Safdie's1967 Habitat in Montreal, Kisho Kurokawa’s Nakagin Capsule Tower in Tokyo (1972) and less known "Patio Building" in Beer-Sheva, Israel, by Lufenfeld-Gamerman, 1965. However most such pioneering experiments somehow have vanished.

The Z Design Building with its "revolving" geometry reproduces this old-new vocabulary, while simply and economically constructed as conventional concrete skeleton with on-site prefab walls installed on it.In 30 or 40 story high buildings it will just as well be implemented: we may envision a whole city block designed accordingly with low-rise street buildings surrounding some tall ones in between, around a small open public space.

Exterior finishes are quite basic, consisting mainly of cut white stone, integrated into the on-site cast-in place wall units. Recessed planes are cladded with grey granite while small areas between windows and balcony edges are cladded in aluminum. We may say that the building's beauty lies in its logic of volumetric formation, almost regardless of any expensive finish materials.