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SANAA-贏得新南威爾斯美術館擴建設計案

發布時間 : 2015.06.04

圖片說明:雪梨的新南威爾斯美術館擴建設計示意圖;圖片提供/AGNSW


非常恭喜日本建築師事務所SANAA(主持人為妹島和世+西澤立衛Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa)在國際競圖中成功拿下位於雪梨的新南威爾斯美術館(Art Gallery of NSW)擴建工程一案,在這次國際競圖的七人評審團中,尚包括了著名的澳洲建築師Glenn Murcutt,在最後入選的五件競圖作品中選出了SANAA的設計。

在SANAA的設計中突顯了一項特點,在作品中一系列展示館的設計與周遭像是皇家植物園、雪梨大橋或是烏魯木魯海港區的文化景觀有著強烈的呼應效果。如同妹島和世表示,「在美術館擴建設計中預計設計出一系列含有展示區的平台,並將與周遭地景有著不同的相呼應。

另一位評審Juhani Pallasmaa也指出,這一系列如展覽區的設計並未蓋掉原建築物的風采,而是與原展覽區及周遭公園環境創造出一種尊重與和諧之感,將都會與地景元素適當地融合成一體,整個氛圍不但令人舒適,更提昇了文化感與激勵的效果。

對於展覽館的設計SANAA可說是箇中好手,像是約紐新當代藝術物館、日本金澤市21世紀當代藝術博物館與法國羅浮宮博物館藍斯分館等都出自於SANAA之手。而1997年時該事務所也曾獲得雪梨當代藝術博物館設計案,不過當時因停車場下方挖掘到舊造船廠歷史遺跡而作廢。但在20年後,事務所重返雪梨設計新案,而這次的設計更加地具有挑戰性,因為基地就緊鄰著港口區與花園區,也因為如此,該事務所正尋找與當地事務所合作的可能性。

這個金額為450萬美金的設計案基地範圍將往原展覽館北方延伸二倍大的面積,將涵蓋一處大型停車場。新的展覽館除了展區外,也包含多功能劇場、學習及互動區、餐廳、咖啡館及室內外藝術體驗區,在皇家植物公園與Domain公園間創造一處新文化區塊。新展館預計於2021年完工,也剛好可趕上美術館的150週年慶典。

圖片說明:一系列展示廳將成為擴建設計中的重點;圖片提供/AGNSW



圖片說明:一系列展示廳將延伸至周圍地景中;圖片提供/AGNSW


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一隻喜愛新事物也對舊事物固執的牡羊。台北工專土木工程科、雲林科技大學營建工程結構組畢業,工作後決定離職前往澳洲再度充實自己並一圓留學夢,畢業於墨爾本大學經濟與商業研究所,主修商業與資訊管理。喜歡看建築、旅行探險、攝影、網球、及爵士樂團薩克斯風手。目前為《欣建築/國際脈動》編譯、文字記者、辦理欣建築相關活動及國際領隊。

圖片說明:Visual picture of Art Gallery of NSW expansion;Courtesy by AGNSW


Pritzker Prize Laureates Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa, of Japanese practice SANAA, have emerged victorious from an international design competition for the expansion of Art Gallery of NSW, also known as Sydney Modern.

An international seven-member jury, which included Australian Pritzker Laureate Glenn Murcutt, unanimously selected a winner from a shortlist of five international practices.

SANAA’s design consists of a series of pavilions reaching out towards neighbouring cultural landmarks including the Domain, Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney Harbour Bridge and Woolloomooloo.

“We proposed making a number of plates, each containing a gallery,” Kazuyo Sejima told ArchitectureAU. “The plates sit along the topography. So every plate has a slightly different relationship to nature.”

“The complex of pavilion-like units does not dominate the site, or attempt to project its own overwhelming architectural image,” said jury member Juhani Pallasmaa. “It creates a respectful, refined and balanced dialogue with the existing gallery building as well as the larger park setting. The various urban and landscape components of the site are united into a relaxed and well-functioning entity with a natural flow of movement and views. The overall atmosphere of the project with its setting is unconstrained, cultured and  stimulating.”

Dr Michael Brand, director of Art Gallery of NSW said, “The subtle profile of the pavilions complements and preserves the history of the existing gallery building creating spaces that bring people together and foster a sense of community, imagination and openness. The concept is futurist in its thinking about art museums and the visitor experience and will be transformative for the gallery and for Sydney.”

SANAA have an illustrious portfolio of art gallery projects including the New Museum in New York, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa and Musee de Louvre-Lens in France. In 1997 (two years after the studio was founded), SANAA won the first international design competition for the Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art, but the design was abandoned when site investigations uncovered historic dockyards below the  car park.

“That project was almost 20 years ago, at a time when we established the SANAA office. It was the first project invited outside of Tokyo, Japan,” Sejima reflected. “Finally, we can make another project in Sydney.

Both sites are wonderful but this site, especially, has a lot of diversity because it’s very well connected not only the harbour but also the garden to the city. It’s a very important place. This is a challenging project.”

SANAA is in the process of establishing a partnership with a local Sydney  practice.

The $450 million Sydney Modern project will double the size of the current gallery by extending the site immediately to its north. The proposed site is currently parkland, which forms a land bridge over the 10-lane Cahill Expressway, east of Mrs Macquarie Drive. The new building will include exhibition spaces, a multi-purpose theatre, learning and interactive spaces and expanded restaurant, cafe and event spaces with both indoor and outdoor art experiences. The project is set to create a new cultural precinct connecting the Royal Botanic Gardens and the Domain. The project is expected to be complete in 2021 in time for the gallery’s 150th anniversary.
 
Thirty local and international practices were invited to participate in stage one of the competition. Twelve were selected to proceed to stage two, announced in October 2014, from which five were shortlisted in January 2015.

On the jury were: Dr Michael Brand (Chair, director of Art Gallery of New South Wales), Kathryn Gustafson (Gustafson Guthrie Nichol and Gustafson Porter), Michael Lynch CBE AM (CEO of West Kowloon Cultural District Authority), Toshiko Mori (professor, Harvard University Graduate School of Design), Glenn Murcutt (Pritzker Architecture Prize winner 2002), Juhani Pallasmaa (professor emeritus, architect and widely published writer), and Hetti Perkins (member of the Eastern Arrernte and Kalkadoon Aboriginal communities and curator, filmmaker and author).

圖片說明:Visual picture of Art Gallery of NSW expansion;Courtesy by AGNSW



圖片說明:A series of pavilions will be expanding out into the landscape;Courtesy by/AGNSW


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A male Aries, loves learning new things and being nostalgic to old things. Academic background: Bachelor of Construction Engineering Department at National YunTech University, Taiwan and Diploma of Graduate School of Business and Economics at University of Melbourne. With character of a little introvert, addicting to architecture, photography, tennis, Jazz music and saxophone and being the translator of Xin Architecture/ International, reporter, holder of activities and international tour leader.

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