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Wadanggari公园:铁轨上的独特开放空间
Wadanggari Park: Unique open space built over a rail line

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Wadanggari公园是一项超级综合项目,是应用创新思维和交叉学科法的多方协作成果,公园位于繁忙的悉尼铁路线上,毗邻圣伦纳兹镇太平洋高速公路,可用土地非常有限。这处公园大概是澳大利亚唯一一处建在铁路线上的公园,为圣伦纳兹镇向郊区迁移的新住宅、商业社区提供了公共开放空间。

The result of innovative thinking and a collaborative, multi-disciplinary approach, Wadanggari Park is a highly complex project constructed over a busy Sydney railway line adjacent to the Pacific Highway at St Leonards, where available land is limited. Quite possibly the only park built over a railway line in Australia, Wadanggari Park delivers much-needed public open space to St Leonards, supporting the new residential and commercial communities moving into the suburb.

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随着搬到圣伦纳兹郊区的居民和租户越来越多,Wadanggari公园将成为有弹性的景观场所,在满足城市发展需求的同时,表达并强化圣伦纳兹的地方性特征。Arcadia景观事务所在这个项目中使用的概念是一条从丛林延伸出的绿色走廊,连接圣伦纳兹CBD和悉尼港。公共广场为社区提供便利设施,涵盖零售空间、休憩空间、社区草坪、游乐区和露天用餐空间。

As increasing numbers of residents and tenants move into the suburb of St Leonards, Wadanggari Park will be a resilient and responsive landscape that reflects and enhances the local character and identity of St Leonards, while meeting the demands of urban growth. Arcadia’s landscape concept for this project is based on extending the green corridors of bushland, which connect the CBD of St Leonards to Sydney Harbour. The public plaza provides the community with an array of amenities, including retail activation, passive recreation space, community lawn, play area, and alfresco dining space.

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对场地组织和流通能力的详细研究分析,为圣伦纳德社区的这项新设计奠定了基础。Wadanggari公园为太平洋高速公路的地下通道提供了可达性,把未来将搬进太平洋高速公路以南圣伦纳德住宅区的2000个居民、圣伦纳德火车站,皇家北岸医院和北部的商业和住宅区连接在一起。公园毗邻包括圣伦纳德图书馆在内的88 Christie商住区开发项目,对于东边的Friedlander Place和Crows Nest,以及即将开放的地铁站,公园也将提供快捷通道。

Research and detailed analysis of the site’s potential for programming and circulation underpin the creation of this new precinct for the St Leonards community. Wadanggari Park provides accessible through site connections and access to the renovated subterranean link below the Pacific Highway, connecting the residents of the 2,000 future dwellings of the St Leonards residential zone south of the Pacific Highway, with St Leonards train station, Royal North Shore Hospital and commercial and residential zones to the north. Adjoining the 88 Christie commercial and residential development, which includes the St Leonards Library, the park will provide easy access to new and existing precincts to the east, including Friedlander Place and Crows Nest, and the soon-to-open Metro station.

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设计叙事受到了Wadanggari (斑克木)的影响,这是澳大利亚典型的原生花卉植物,已经在此地生长了6000万年,作为兰科夫市生态社区的组成部分,在原住民文化中具有重要意义。三座塔楼的设计隐喻斑克木的生长阶段,其中的游戏空间是公园的重心,为所有年龄段的人设计。

The design narrative is influenced by the Wadanggari (Banksia), a quintessential Australian flower known to have been here for 60 million years, which is an integral part of the Lane Cove area ecological communities and has high significance in First Nations culture. With three towers that reflect the stages of growth of the Wadanggari (Banksia) flower, the play space at Wadanggari Park is a major attraction for the space, designed for use by all age groups.

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多层的游戏空间内设有攀爬架、网塔和艺术装置。步道、玩具架、桥梁、攀爬网、观景台、秋千和滑梯等所有元素都使用了斑克木的色彩。灯光设计凸显出游乐区的设计概念,强调塔楼、桥梁和立面纹理。座椅的选址布置既考虑到等候在游乐区玩耍的孩子的家长和看护人,也为火车爱好者提供欣赏运行中的铁路的最佳位置。

The multi-level play spaces include a pod climber, a net tower and an art structure. With steppers, infant pods, bridges, climbing nets, viewing decks, swings and slide, all elements have been chosen to suit the palette of the Banksia. Lighting highlights the design concept of the play area, highlighting the towers, underscoring the bridge and emphasising the facade texture. An selection of seating is provided for parents and carers to watch children in the playground with vantage points for train enthusiasts to watch the railway line in use.

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Image Credit: Arcadia

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社区娱乐

弯曲步道和凸起的蕨类花园的角落设有座位,为各类人群提供各种用途。在郁郁葱葱的植物中,这些角落可以成为上班族、居民、来访公园游乐场和零售区的游客的理想聚会场所,在阳光下享受时光,一起用餐。

Community Recreation
Seating nooks set within curving walkways and raised fern gardens allow for various uses and user groups. Enclosed within the lush planting, these nooks make ideal meeting spots for commercial workers, residents, and visitors to the park, playground, and retail precinct to meet to enjoy a moment in the sun or share a meal.

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休憩角

休憩角从太平洋高速公路正面抬高而建,混合使用各类型座位,周围是种满本土植物和草坪的花坛。焦点树的照明灯光较弱,以强调树干和树叶。功能性照明策略确保整个场地的安全性和可达性,包括通往相邻街道的主路和楼梯。

Passive Nook
Elevated from the Pacific Highway frontage, the passive nook features a mix of seating typologies, surrounded by raised planters full of Indigenous planting and mounds of lawn. Focus trees are underlit to emphasise trunks and foliage. At the same time, a functional lighting strategy ensures safety and accessibility from the highway frontage throughout the site, including the main connection passages and stairs to adjoining streets.

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艺术

Arcadia景观事务所专门设计了艺术和引导策略,通过与Dennis Foley(卡梅瑞加尔人)、来自Cola 工作室的Yuin语言氏族艺术家兼景观设计师Kaylie Salvatori密切合作,来继承和发扬卡梅瑞加尔文化。景观叙事以斑克木的生命周期为主旨,采用它在火和烟中重生的象征意义。堪培拉大道口两侧和隧道入口的壁画都是Cola工作室的作品,通过镶嵌图纹铺装、解释性的遮阳设置和雕塑般的游戏空间来编织叙事。照明、寻路和道路铺装都用以增强引导性和安全性,同时显示出Wadanggari公园广场的独特身份。


大草坪

大草坪设有一处木制舞台、大面积草皮以及后方的倾斜草坡,无论是周末野餐,还是在午餐时间的阳光下闲逛并进行社区活动,居民们能以各种方式使用大草坪空间。本土植物作为缓冲区,将大草坪与铁轨和圣伦纳兹南区分隔开。

Art
Arcadia developed an art and wayfinding strategy that celebrates and acknowledges the Gamaraigal/Cammeraygal people working closely with Gaimariagal Elder Uncle Dennis Foley and Yuin artist and landscape architect Kaylie Salvatori of Cola Studio. The narrative is based on the lifecycle of the banksia and its symbolism for growth and renewal due to its regeneration through fire and smoke. A mural on the wall fronting Canberra Avenue and a wall in the entrance from the tunnel are the work of Cola Studio, with the narrative woven through paving inlays and patterning, interpretive shade sculptures, and the sculptural play space. Lighting, wayfinding, and paving will enhance navigation and safety and create a distinct identity for Wadanggari Place.

The Great Lawn
With a timber stage, a large expanse of turf, and sloping lawns to the rear, the Great Lawn space can be used in a range of ways by the community, from weekend picnics to lounging in the lunchtime sun and community events. A native buffer planting screens the great lawn from the train line and St Leonards South precinct.

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Image Credit: Arcadia

Wadanggari公园
项目地点:澳大利亚,新南威尔士州,圣伦纳兹
景观设计师:Arcadia
客户:兰科夫市政厅
项目经理:Aurecon
建造方:Arenco
景观工程:Landscape Solutions
艺术装置:Cola Studio
原住民顾问:Uncle Dennis Foley, Cammeraygal Elder
灯光设计:iGuzzini
摄影:除文中标注外的图片都来自 Paul McMillian   

Wadanggari Park
Location: St Leonards, New South Wales, Australia
Landscape Architect: Arcadia
Client: Lane Cove Council
Project Manager: Aurecon
Builder: Arenco
Landscape Construction: Landscape Solutions
Art: Cola Studio
First Nations: Uncle Dennis Foley, Cammeraygal Elder
Lighting: iGuzzini
Photography: Paul McMillian (unless otherwise captioned)

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