伦敦陶瓷喷泉

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Ceramic water fountains for london

设计师:扎哈·哈迪德和studio weave

位置:英国

分类:公共环境

内容:设计方案

图片来源:The building centre

图片:6张

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一批英国建筑界的精英们提出要在伦敦街道的各个角落安置一个公共喷泉。共计六个相关作品设计在’kiosk’ 展览上展出。这六个作品在未来将会成为城市内的地标性景观。
在17世纪末,kiosks被用作慈善喷泉,并为苏丹人民提供免费的水资源。这种无需支撑结构的喷泉通常是由大理石和陶瓷镶嵌而成的。在当时的西欧这种设计理念一度成为了该类景观设计的风向标。
在展览上展出的这六个作品进一步强化了喷泉的稳定性,在底部安装了陶瓷结构的底座。2014年2月21至3月14日,’kiosk’展览将会在the building centre举办。
展出中最受关注作品叫做“两极”,它优化了自来水的使用方式,在这个景观中,其上端是用来灌溉植物的,而下端则是供游人洗漱和饮用的,该作品坐落于伦敦SOHO区。

译者: 饭团小组

A host of leading british architects have unveiled proposals for public water fountains to be installed on the streets of london. The six distinctly different designs are presented at the ‘kiosk’ exhibition, organized by the architects’ journal in collaboration with promoters turkish ceramics. the structures are envisioned as vibrant landmarks for the city that also function as practical communal resources. the full list of offices taking part includes zaha hadid architects, hopkins architects, eric parry architects, ADAM architecture, studio weave and allford hall monaghan morris (AHMM).
During the late 17th century, kiosks were considered charitable fountains, paid for by the sultan, to dispense free water to citizens. These freestanding structures were often made from marble with intricately crafted ceramic tilework. As these small-scale buildings became more prevalent across Western Europe, the term came to mean a stand that supplied everyday products such as tickets, newspapers and cigarettes.
the brief for the six practices was to return to the term’s original definition, developing a ceramic based structure which dispensed drinking water and referenced the architectural history of the kiosk. Participants were also asked to consider three different sites in London – exhibition road, soho and the south bank. The exhibition is intended to encourage debate about how we use public space and the facilities a city should provide for its occupants.
The ‘kiosk’ exhibition will be displayed at the building centre from february 21 – march 14, 2014.
‘our kiosk aims to make the dispensing of water a celebrated urban event which will draw people together and add drama to the public realm in london. the design is a direct response to the ceramics brief and it is worth emphasizing that we had enormous fun during the process – which is hopefully evident in the outcome!’, ken hood, hopkins architects
‘the watering poles make tap water convenient, by extending london’s existing drinking fountain network, originally established by the victorians, into soho. their location is defined by the urban grain, and their height is defined by their context so that they can always be identified from afar. with the aim of re-appropriating an everyday, familiar object, we investigated the possibilities of a standardized tile product, rather than a custom design’, maria smith, studio weave.
‘inspired by the history of the kiosk in turkey, we took the brief as an opportunity to propose a recognizable and ubiquitous piece of street furniture for london, dispensing free drinking water from the mains beneath our feet. our design places glazed high strength industrial ceramic in a public setting, utilizing the long term color fastness and durability of this emerging material,’ will lee, allford hall monaghan morris
zaha hadid london water fountain kiosk exhibition designboom
‘the competition has opened my eyes to the extraordinary heritage and architectural possibilities of glazed tiles. and just as importantly, it has also made me think twice about buying bottle water,’ george saumarez smith, director of ADAM architecture
‘I wanted to combine the pleasurable object of the ottoman precedent with the everyday needs of a hungry city like london’, eric parry, eric parry architects

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 发表于2014-02-24   |  只看该作者      

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下端的水,可以饮用?不是吧?那大哥坐在那,还能喝吗?

 发表于2014-02-27   |  只看该作者      

3

……上学时候做过类似的饮水器设计被老师否了呢……

 发表于2014-07-03   |  只看该作者      

4

这篇很有趣,产生一些新的想法,对我的设计有很大启发。

 发表于2014-09-24   |  只看该作者      

5

什么是上面灌溉下面饮用

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6

挺具创意的设计,这次设计注重了市民与设计本身的互动性,实现了人与环境的交流和共生。

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7

围墙的设计提供了与医院的一定程度上的隔离,而渗透了自然。

 发表于2015-05-03   |  只看该作者      

8

又是一篇好文章,又再次拜读楼主的作品

 发表于2015-10-18   |  只看该作者      

9

最近正需要关于陶瓷文化的景观要素

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