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斯蒂文霍尔事务所和Architecture Acts赢得捷克共和国斯特拉瓦音乐厅竞赛第1张图片

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STEVEN HOLL ARCHITECTS + ARCHITETURE ACTS WIN COMPETITION FOR CONCERT HALL IN OSTRAVA, CZECH REPUBLIC

奥斯特拉瓦市市长Zdeněk Macura宣布,斯蒂文霍尔事务所和Architecture Acts赢得奥斯特拉瓦音乐厅国际竞赛。这个获奖提案被7位评判委员中的6位支持。

拥有1300个座椅的音乐厅毗邻现有的文化馆。作为与Nagata Acoustics合作的‘完美声乐乐器’而设计,这个新的建筑将给为捷克最重要致力于当代音乐创作的扬爱克交响乐团Janáček Philharmonic提供演出场所。

Steven Holl Architects + Architecture Acts has won an international competition for a concert hall in Ostrava, the city’s mayor Zdeněk Macura announced. The winning proposal was supported by six out of seven members of the jury.
The new 1,300 seat concert hall is sited adjacent to the existing House of Culture. The building was designed as a “perfect acoustic instrument in its case” in collaboration with Nagata Acoustics. The new building will provide performance space for the Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra, the leading Czech orchestra for commissioning contemporary music.

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将大堂安置朝向建筑后方的现有公园有效地屏蔽了城市交通的喧嚷声,长廊上的一个新入口上升到现有历史文化中心的顶部,在一个灯光明亮的大厅里为新大厅服务。新旧之间戏剧性的互补对比为奥斯特拉瓦创造了一个文化地标。

Urban traffic noise is shielded by positioning the hall facing the existing park on the building’s rear, while a new entrance on the promenade rises to glide over the top of the existing historical Cultural Center in a sky-lit lobby for the new hall. A dramatic complimentary contrast between new and old creates a cultural landmark for Ostrava.

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光滑的镀锌箱在一个由混泥土和枫木制成的葡萄园式的平面中握住了一个“乐器” 。捷克作曲家,Leoš Janáček的时间理论将为音乐厅的内部几何结构与排序给予指引。声学墙板根据三种变体中的scasovani或节奏组织而成。

1. Znici =发声
2. Scitaci =计数
3. Scelovac =求和

关于获奖的设计,评委会成员Rafi Segal说,“这不是建筑的大小,而是它的重要性和意义。”另一位评委Krzysztof Ingarden说道,“考虑到奥斯特拉瓦城市和现有建筑后侧的公园之间的关系,这是一个非常出色的建筑。我相信这一获奖项目将成为奥斯特拉瓦以及这个城市复新的标志性建筑。”

奥斯特拉瓦音乐厅将于2023年开放使用。

The smooth case of zinc holds an “instrument” in an extended vineyard-type plan made of concrete and maple wood. Czech composer, Leoš Janáček’s theories of time will guide and give order to the concert hall’s interior geometry. Acoustic wall panels are organized according to scasovani, or rhythm, in three variants.

1. Znici = sounding
2. Scitaci = counting
3. Scelovac = summing

About the winning design, jury member Rafi Segal said, “It’s not the size of the building, but the importance and significance of it.” Another jury member, Krzysztof Ingarden, said “It is a fantastic piece of architecture considering very well the relationship between the City of Ostrava and the park behind the existing building. I believe the winning project will be an emblematic piece of architecture for Ostrava revitalizing the city as well.”
The Ostrava Concert hall is expected to open in 2023.


via:Steven Holl Architects

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