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Asif Khan在米兰宫殿内创建了“森林与露天教堂之间的装置”
Asif Khan creates "something between a forest and an open-air cathedral" within Milanese palazzo


建筑师Asif Khan在米兰Palazzo Litta的庭院中设置了一排染红的木柱,为今年米兰设计周的参观者提供了一个休息场所。

这个称为Tempietto nel Bosco的装置,意为“森林中的寺庙”,位于展览地点的中心空地上,安装时间为期一周,目的是表达森林的寓意。Khan的目标是创造一个让游客放松的场所,同时可以仰望天空。

Architect Asif Khan installed a grid of red-stained timber columns in the courtyard of Milan's Palazzo Litta, to create a place of refuge for visitors to this year's Milan design week.
Called Tempietto nel Bosco, meaning Temple in the Forest, the week-long installation was designed to replicate a forest with a clearing at its centre. Khan's aim was to create a place where visitors could relax, while looking up at the sky.





The construction involved combining pairs of timber planks, forming columns that were V-shaped in plan. This created a more stable structure, making it possible to have very tall columns without additional support.
The columns were inserted into the ground, in line with the stone columns that run around all four sides of the palazzo's square open-air courtyard.
Together, the timber columns formed a rectilinear matrix of interconnected rooms and corridors. But at its centre was a round clearing, which was used for talks and events throughout the design week.


“这个木制凉亭介于森林和露天大教堂之间。”Khan对Dezeen记者介绍道,“这是与展览空间的原始设计进行对话,展览所用的宫殿由建筑师Francesco Maria Richini在1648年设计。”



"This wooden pavilion is imagined as something between a forest and an open-air cathedral," Khan to Dezeen. "It is in dialogue with the palazzo's original design, which was created by architect Francesco Maria Richini in 1648."
"We used the order of the palazzo's original renaissance grid plan to make a series of columns in the centre of the courtyard, and within each of these spaces there are a series of 49 rooms marked out by the timber columns," he added.
"We wanted to create a moment of pause."



意大利品牌Living Divaniwere的吊床安装在柱子之间,其中央空地上镶嵌大理石。

其余地板由比利时石材公司Van Den Weghe提供。其中采用了镶木图案,并结合宫殿内的镶木地板,这些地面通过支撑系统所制成,这个高架地板支撑系统由Eterno Ivica提供。

Hammocks by Italian brand Living Divaniwere strung up in between columns, while a marble surface was embedded into the central clearing space.
The rest of the flooring was provided by Belgian stone company Van Den Weghe. It featured a parquet motif, borrowed from the timber parquet within the palazzo, and was supported beneath by a raised flooring system by Eterno Ivica.







According to Khan, these natural materials were intended to reference the floor surfaces of the palazzo, while the red columns were designed to create an environment akin to Mars.
"We tried to create a new nature by using different materials, such as timber, marble and pumice stone underfoot, which is in contrast to the hard city pavements," Khan explained.
"As well as looking to the past, you'll notice that the timber is a deep red colour, and that's actually about talking to the future," he added. "So while the palazzo is the old world, the red timber columns reference the planet Mars and the new world."
"This is an idea of the landscape of the red planet superimposed into the context of a palazzo."




在米兰设计周期间,他是第四位受邀在Palazzo Litta庭院中创作艺术装置的建筑师,其他Palazzo Litta庭院装置设计师分别是2015年的Marcio Kogan、2016年的DiébédoFrancisKéré,以及2017年的Diller Scofidio + Renfro。


摄影:Luke Hayes by Laurian Ghinitoiu

Khan, who founded his architecture practice in 2007, is one of the judges for the inaugural Dezeen Awards.
His studio often creates small-scale pavilion and installation designs, with past examples including a Summer House for London's Serpentine Gallery, the UK Pavilion for the Astana Expo 2017 and a "super-black" pavilion for the Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games.
He is the fourth architect invited to create an installation in the grand courtyard at Palazzo Litta during Milan design week, following Marcio Kogan in 2015, Diébédo Francis Kéré in 2016 and Diller Scofidio + Renfro in 2017.
The installation was on show from 17 to 22 April 2018.
Photography is by Luke Hayes by Laurian Ghinitoiu.



客户:Damn Magazine and Mosca Partners
制造:Imola Legno
家具:Living Divani
石材:Van den Weghe
无人机镜头:Laurian Ghinitoiu

Project credits:
Client: Damn Magazine and Mosca Partners
Engineering: AKTII
Fabrication: Imola Legno
Furniture: Living Divani
Stone: Van den Weghe
Lighting: Artemide
Drone Footage: Laurian Ghinitoiu





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