澳大利亚澳洲花园

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Australia Australia's garden

位置:澳大利亚

分类:花园

内容:实景照片

景观设计:Taylor Cullity Lethlean

图片来源:John Gollings

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澳洲花园是澳大利亚的皇家植物园,位于维多利亚。在设计者的眼中,这个项目的设计可以算得上是一个复杂的设计。面对整座工程,它可以使人时而感到喜悦,却也时而让人感觉有些思维混乱。整个项目在设计建设中将景观建筑和艺术进行了巧妙的融合。

在这个花园中,可以看到无处不在的红沙,这里的红沙主要来自于本国当地,而花园中的石头,则主要来自于其他国家,并且距离墨尔本比较远。这个澳洲花园是墨尔本市的一处代表性景观。置身于沙花园中,通常会引发人们的种种思考:怎样才算是植物园,我们的生活和居住方式应该是怎样的。整个沙花园是半月形的,植物大多是按带状种植的。

该花园的另一区域与沙花园则有很大的不同,在这里,水成为了主要的元素。虽然缺少红沙所带来的强烈的视觉效果,但大量的水的存在,也使得这个区域的景色同样美丽。与之前地区的设计相比,这一地区的设计则略显成功,设计主题主要是关于绿化和生活方式的。由于鼓励使用本土植物,因此这里的植物大多属于本土植物。

译者:柒柒

The Royal Botanic Gardens’ Australian Garden, at Camborne in Victoria, is a perplexing design, alternately eliciting delight, ambivalence and even confusion. At the least, it is provocative. My response to it has softened over time, with the maturing of stage 1, but a hint of ambivalence remains. Perhaps not surprisingly, the conduit for this ambivalence is the red sand garden – and the confluence of art and landscape architecture as they meet in this project.

That sand garden. That ubiquitous red sand – are we destined to endlessly replicate the colors of the arid center, or the distant north, whether in outer-suburban Camborne or with the Kimberley stone of Federation Square? And is it appropriate or even desirable to represent – not just to reference, but to represent – the red desert in Melbourne? Admit it; you’ve all thought it, or something like it. I did. Certainly, this was a recurrent thread of conversation among landscape architecture students after the completion of stage 1. The fact that the sand was sourced locally mediated concerns over the provenance of materials that emerged with Federation Square, where the stone is someone else’s country, a long way from Melbourne. Still, it is questionable to produce such a representation in urban Melbourne where this landscape more often exists in the imagination or in advertising. When circling around the red center of stage 1, its meaning is made clear to me by the tension between our exclusion from that center and the many invitations to engage with it. It provokes a questioning of our assumptions; about what a botanic garden are familiar stories of settlement and urban life, our ways of inhabiting the land. But the sand garden isn’t the whole garden. The rock pool walk, with its sculpted escarpment and banded plantings, becomes more inviting with every visit; and the eucalypt walk, its artfully laid stonework now softening further with vegetation, has always delighted. In both areas the red sand is a formidable presence, whether as the back of a lunette integral to the form of the escarpment, or viewed through a dappling fringe of leaves. Yet even though we use the red center to define ourselves to others, it is only a part of the story.

Stage 2 has a different focus and orientation. Here, water takes center stage and the contrasts used to such effect in the earlier stage are not so evident. The visual absence of the red sand is certainly felt. The alternating lack and abundance of water plays out with the “weird and wonderful” garden, but the stonework, so prominent here, lacks the finesse so noticeable in the eucalypt walk. Perhaps it’s the immaturity of the plantings, but stage 2 seems to lack the subtlety of stage 1, and it’s difficult to see it equaling earlier successes. The “temporary” gardens in stage 1 (arguably the least successful in a design sense, despite their programmatic intent) are extended in stage 2 with themed “greening,” “lifestyle” and “backyard” plots using garden show strategies. The arbor garden should be interesting, but currently isn’t. Encouraging the domestic use of indigenous plants is admirable, and should be approached creatively, but these areas lack the edge evident in the rest of the garden. Any narrative inscribed in a garden should be leavened with pleasure. The earlier section not only succeeds in creating meaning (and distilling national narratives is no small success), it does so in a bodily, sensory way. The experience is the meaning. This is not yet true of stage 2.

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这样的园林在中国能够建造出来么

 发表于2014-11-03   |  只看该作者      

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必然不能,这么地广人稀的国家才会用大量的土地打造景观,显然中国不现实

 发表于2014-11-03   |  只看该作者      

4

依靠乡土植物与本地红沙,不错。

 发表于2014-11-04   |  只看该作者      

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必然不能,这么地广人稀的国家才会用大量的土地打造景观,显然中国不现实

 发表于2014-11-08   |  只看该作者      

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是一个富含乐趣的花园,景观与艺术巧妙地结合在一起

 发表于2014-11-20   |  只看该作者      

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好有趣啊   有创意   小朋友肯定喜欢常来这玩耍

 发表于2014-11-28   |  只看该作者      

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嗯 好有创意,在追求物质的同时,也是该挤一滴时间来思考

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总平看上去很有新意,局部节点图很精致

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鲜明的澳洲

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