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奥林的华盛顿运河公园作为一个试点可持续基地项目而开放。

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奥林作为风景园林、城市规划和设计工作室,与在费城和洛杉矶的办公室,获得了华盛顿特区运河公园的设计与施工,2012年11月16日公园向公众开放,。公园建造第一个部分的阿纳卡斯蒂亚滨水区提倡,运河公园被设计成为一个充满活力的社交聚会的地方,一个对周围的邻居经济催化剂。公园也是可持续的,作为一个可持续网站倡议的试点项目(网站™)和一个候选LEED®金牌认证。

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这个三块基地曾经是华盛顿历史性的城市运河连接Anacostia和Potomac河的部分。这条运河是在1870年代填平并且最近担任一个学校巴士停车场。其灵感来自于运河,运河公园的设计让该地区的历史与线性雨水花园,让人想起华盛顿管道和三馆工作室设计的架构,它召回浮动驳船,曾经在运河很常见。

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公园功能多样化的娱乐设施,包括一个咖啡馆和户外座椅,交互式喷泉,一个滑冰路径,玩与功能的地区,雕塑艺术家大卫•赫斯。每一块地区有着自己的特点。运河公园开发协会,建立伙伴关系,与首都河边地区商业改善区域。它将承担整个一年众多事件,如电影、音乐会、假日和季节性节日,农贸市场、艺术博览会、教育和环境编程,讲故事的活动,和更多。

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除了作为一个充满活力的社会区域,运河公园正在接近绿色基础设施模式策略。这位前棕色地带已经变成了景观地区,恢复至关重要的生态系统服务,丢失了该基地作为一个停车场的身份。受污染的土壤被替换为一个健康的生长区和原生植物栖息地。

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运河公园的雨水系统包括一个线性雨水花园,横跨的公园、低影响设计树坑,而两个地下水箱可以共同持有80000加仑的水。雨水系统的捕捉、点心和商店几乎所有的雨水径流公园和邻近的街区,平均150万加仑的水的再利用每一年。

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经过处理的水用来满足95%的公园的水需,用来喷泉、灌溉、厕所和滑冰路径。在公园,28个地热井提供一种高效的公用能源供应事业。油井预测减少运河公园的整体能源消耗37%。

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OLIN's Washington Canal Park opens as a pilot project for Sustainable Sites Initiative

OLIN, a landscape architecture, urban design and planning studio with offices in Philadelphia and Los Angeles, has led the design and construction of Canal Park in Washington, D.C. The park opened to the public on 16 November, 2012. One of the first parks built as part of the District's Anacostia Waterfront Initiative, Canal Park has been designed as a vibrant social gathering place and an economic catalyst for the surrounding neighbourhood. The park is also a model of sustainable design, serving as a pilot project for the Sustainable Sites Initiative (SITES™) and a candidate for LEED® Gold certification.

The three-block site was once a part of the historic Washington City Canal that connected the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers. The canal was paved over in the 1870s and most recently served as a parking lot for school buses. Inspired by the canal’s heritage, Canal Park’s design evokes the history of the area with a linear rain garden reminiscent of the Washington Canal and three pavilions, designed by STUDIOS Architecture, which recall floating barges that were once common in the canal.

The park features diverse amenities, including a café with outdoor seating, an interactive fountain, an ice skating path, play and performance areas, and sculptures by artist David Hess. Each block is given its own unique identity within a cohesive urban experience. The Canal Park Development Association, in partnership with the Capital Riverfront Business Improvement District, will host numerous events throughout the year, such as movies and concerts, holiday and seasonal festivals, farmers markets, art expositions, educational and environmental programming, storytelling events, and more.

In addition to being a vibrant social destination, Canal Park is being approached as a model for green infrastructure strategies. The former brownfield has been transformed into a landscape that restores vital ecosystem services that were lost when the site served as a parking lot. Contaminated soils were replaced with a healthy growing medium and the native plant habitat was re-introduced.
Canal Park’s stormwater system includes a linear rain garden that spans the length of the park, Low Impact Design tree pits, and two underground cisterns which can collectively hold 80,000 gallons of water. The stormwater system captures, treats and stores almost all of the stormwater run-off geneated by the park and neighbouring city blocks, which averages to 1.5 million gallons of reused water each year. The treated water is used to satisfy up to 95 percent of the park’s water needs for fountains, irrigation, toilets and the ice skating path. Underneath the park, 28 geothermal wells provide a highly efficient energy supply for park utilities. The wells are forecasted to reduce Canal Park’s overall energy consumption by 37%.



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  • mushroom911030
  • 2013.01.03 23:51
    华盛顿确实是一个有意思的地方
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  • 长刀所笑
  • 2013.01.03 15:36
    凳子做的挺有意思的:P
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