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        7 案例

        Lying on the slope of a hill, on the shores of Lake Lugano , the villa consists of two volumes organized on different levels due to the particular topography of the site.
        A polygonal shaped glass pavilion with rounded edges stands above a linear underground block. The living and dining room, the kitchen and storage spaces are located in the pavilion, while bedrooms, bathrooms and garage are in the lower level. Each level relates itself with independent outdoor spaces, which are closely related with the interiors.
        The glass pavilion overlooks two very defined areas: the first, toward the mountain, is a very private zone resulted in the area between the property line and the building setback line according to the local building code. The second is a garden overlooking the lake. In the same way, the bedrooms face a garden enclosed by the building and the perimeter wall.
        The ring, obtained between the perimeter wall above and the pavilion, amplifies the interior space, with seems much larger than what it actually is. The ring-like space, that embraces the building on the north side, grants constant ventilation and natural light to the living areas, also due to the white cladding of the perimeter wall and white gravel which reflect the sunlight coming from the south. A night-time artificial light scene is the ideal reverse field for the lake panorama.
        All the additional functions of the pavilion are contained in a central lacquered wood block, which acts as a sort of a thick penetrable wall that separates the kitchen from the living room without dividing the space with doors, and in which are located the powder room, the kitchen, the stairs, bookcases, all mechanical systems and the technological and audio-video equipment.
        Great attention is given to the environmental aspects, as the use of geothermal energy, roof gardens, the rain-water collection system, the choice of highly efficient low-emittance glass insulated with argon gas, to optimize the thermal efficiency of the shell and the use of natural sun shading as the placement of deciduous trees in the south-west area of the building.

        REFURBISHMENT OF A LISTED TOWER APARTMENT The flat is located above the city of London, only a short walk from the financial district amidst a on first sight, rough concrete oasis - the listed Barbican Centre. There is no traffic, instead ponds, gardens and a distinguished cultural centre on the ground level, including a concert hall, theatres, art galleries and cinemas. The 100 m² flat on the 17th floor of the Shakespeare Tower with spectacular view over the roofs of the city shall be the new residence of our client and also serve as an exhibition space. When the client purchased the flat it looked as if it was frozen in time with yellowed carpeting and the original kitchenette, albeit seemingly run down. Nevertheless the flat had a well arranged floor plan, although the corridor, kitchen and bathroom were located towards the inside of the building and therefore appeared dark and small. A Loggia stretches all around the flat. On the east side in front of the kitchen window it forms a terrace which offers unobstructed views over the skyline. From breakfast with the sunrise to an evening sunset it is only a few steps along the balcony. The flat shall become more flexible and spacious while maintaining the historic floor plan. Space for the display of contemporary art shall also be offered. The panoramic view must be visible from all corners of the flat. In order to achieve a greater lightness, the wall between the corridor and bedrooms was replaced by translucent sliding panels. Living rooms are completely coloured in white to underline their spaciousness and to form a minimalistic background for the art collection. In harsh contrast to this, the walls of the internal spaces of the corridor, bathroom and kitchen are coated with a smooth shimmering black cement finish. The dark finish allows small rooms to work larger and adds an elegance with the contrast to the white fixtures. The structure of the flat with its three layers becomes visible: the outside loggia, the white living rooms and the bathroom and kitchen completely wrapped in black. The solid wall between the bathroom and corridor was also removed and replaced by translucent sliding doors. When open, the owner can enjoy the panoramic view while soaking in the bathtub. If the balcony doors are also open, the gentle rumble of the metropolis can also be heard. The Barbican Estate was built between 1965 and 1976, on a site that was bombed in World War II.The complex was designed by the architects Chamberlin, Powell and Bon. The estate was officially opened in 1969 and is now home to around 4,000 people living in 2,014 flats. The flats reflect the widespread use in Britain in the 1960s and 1970s of concrete as the visible face of the building. "The intention underlying our design is to create a coherent residential precinct in which people can live both conveniently and with pleasure. Despite its high density the layout is spacious: the buildings and the space between them are composed in such a way as to create a clear sense of order without monotony. Uninterrupted by road traffic (which is kept separate from pedestrian circulation through and about the neighbourhood) a quiet precinct will be created in which people will be able to move about freely enjoying constantly changing perspectives or terraces, lawns, trees and flowers seen against the background or the new buildings or reflected in the ornamental lake." Chamberlin, Powell & Bon, Architects "Barbican Redevelopment" April 1959
        Uma livraria como um espaço de encontro. Foi essa a principal premissa do projeto arquitetônico da Livraria Cultura do Iguatemi. Mais do que apenas um lugar de compras, a loja é convidativa para a permanência e convivência. Assim buscamos que os visitantes não apenas entrem na livraria, mas fiquem por lá. A entrada é feita por uma porta de 7,7m, na qual os caixilhos de alumínio e vidro são inteiramente recolhidos, deixando a passagem livre. Nesse piso, com dimensões mais intimistas, estão os produtos audiovisuais, como CDs e Blue Rays, e um café no jardim. Um jogo de escadas rolantes leva até o grande vão da livraria, perpassando um andar intermediário, que tem brinquedos e histórias em quadrinhos – o chamado Espaço Geek. Chega-se então ao andar superior onde há um grande salão, com poltronas e mesas, além de uma arquibancada de 21 metros de largura aberta para todo o vão. Convidativa para folhar um livro ou mesmo para abrigar pequenos concertos e palestras, essa estrutura conduz os visitantes para o mezanino aberto. Os livros envolvem o lugar, apoiados em onze grandes mesas dispostas ortogonalmente no salão e em estantes brancas na periferia. Essas prateleiras tem iluminação de led embutidas e formalizam a delimitação do espaço, como em cubo revestido internamente por livros. Uma sala multiuso, especialmente para conferências – que ganhou o nome de café filosófico –, uma sala para livros infantis e um jardim para crianças, completam o programa. O piso e o forro, assim como as mesas de display, são de madeira. Já os demais planos usam laminados brancos e distinguem as paredes laterais do resto. Guarda corpos de vidro minimizam a interferência visual desses elementos no espaço, desaparecendo no conjunto. A iluminação é feita por linhas de luminárias e completadas por pendentes no centro do salão superior. A configuração da planta da livraria, especialmente por meio de uma circulação aberta buscou a fluidez e continuidade espacial. O percurso arquitetônico se inicia em um espaço acolhedor, até chegar a um lugar monumental, vivo, onde ficam a maioria dos produtos e onde os visitantes podem interagir uns com outros, onde podem pegar um livro e ler um capítulo antes da compra, onde podem simplesmente descansar olhando o movimento. Pensamos que assim, como espaços convidativos e agradáveis que acabam por propiciar a sociabilização entre pessoas, são as livrarias no século XXI. O programa é a própria vivência da loja.
        深圳皇庭廣場 GAGA咖啡館
        gaga鮮語咖啡廳全新店的設計這是一間屬于LOFT風格的創意咖啡廳。在這個高度競爭的行業中,gaga鮮語代表的正是年輕,新鮮,現代以及時尚前沿的品牌形象,將其與眾多其他品牌真正的區分開來。在為深圳的gaga鮮語創造一個新的店鋪設計時,協調亞洲將那些幫助gaga成功的精華部分提取,并營造出一個穿越室內與室外的模糊邊界的獨一無二的空間概念。 這個為gaga設計的新商鋪運用了現有品牌的主題顏色。整體氛圍溫暖,自然舒適。實木材質,柔軟的針織材料河綠色的植物裝點都為整個空間營造了一份平靜休閑的和諧環境。 新的室內設計的主要概念在于“穿越邊界”的概念,通過定制的天花板木飾板裝置來表現,這些仿佛如同一縷縷陽光從店內破涌而出。木飾板沿著墻面延伸形成了商品的貨架。大型的吊燈通過乒乓球大小的燈泡裝點,與幽暗的燈光和輕柔的爵士樂共同營造出酒廊的氛圍。室外的木地板延伸進入室內,逐漸轉化為流暢的大理石地面。 gaga的靈魂在于它所提供的食物。更注重商品的細節,墻面上裝滿商品的貨架在店內延伸,使顧客置身于gaga的飲食文化氛圍之中。在這里顧客能找到在gaga自己的廚房中所使用的各種最優質的食材和調料。這個特殊的產品概念“從我們的廚房到你的廚房”不僅推動了gaga對于食物品質的要求同時也使顧客感覺在gaga自己的食品儲藏室中隨意挑選。gaga對于品質的關懷同樣可以在其他細節中得以觀察到;從彰顯個性的餐具到裝飾藝術品。沒有相類似的物件,每一項都經過精心挑選。靈活的座位排布計劃使gaga能夠在保持家庭感舒適感的同時又能接待大客流。沿墻的沙發靠背椅一路從室內延展到室外。位于餐廳中央位置的自由式座位可以以多種方式組合試用,來根據不同場合和聚會人數等情況作出調整。立足于深入了解品牌本身,設計不僅著重表現并保留了gaga獨特的品牌形象,同時讓gaga的消費者在新店中將會有賓至如歸的感受。

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