美国夏威夷 Anaha 公寓楼(Anaha )- Solomon Cordwell Buenz

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建筑设计:Solomon Cordwell Buenz
地点:美国,夏威夷,檀香山(Honolulu, Hawaii, United States)
主持建筑师:Solomon Cordwell Buenz
照片版权:Nic Lehoux 
来自建筑师的介绍。Anaha大厦是一个结合历史、环境和文化于一体的当代建筑设计范例。这个公寓社区引领了Ward Village的实施,这个项目获得了城市总体规划中住区发展项目的铂金奖。
由Solomon Cordwell Buenz (SCB)与总部位于檀香山的Benjamin Woo建筑事务所合作设计的Anaha大厦,是第二处住宅公寓高层建筑,将建成在24万平方米的社区中来高山檀香山的城市核心。

1st Look Exteriors:Subcontractor
Other participants:Benjamin Woo Architects
Surface Design :Landscape Architecture
Green Living Technologies:Green Wall Manufacturer
Text description provided by the architects. Combining history, context, and culture, the Anaha tower is an extraordinary example of contemporary architectural place-making. The condominium begins the implementation of Ward Village?, which is largest Platinum Certified LEED for Neighborhood Development (LEED-ND) masterplan in the country.

Designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz (SCB) in partnership with Honolulu-based Benjamin Woo Architects, Anaha is the second residential condominium tower to be completed within the award-winning 60-acre master-planned community transforming Honolulu’s urban core.

Located in the vibrant Kaka’ako district of Oahu, the 40-story, 857,000-square-foot tower creates 311 condominium homes that will help transform the previously industrial and retail focused district into a 24-hour mixed use community.

Anaha means “reflection of light” in Hawaiian. The tower’s undulating form was inspired by the island’s artistic tradition of abstracting waves. Through a sequence of shifted, interlocking, and softly curved floor plates and its high-performance glass curtain wall, the fa?ade appears to be ever-changing in the light, like a wave shimmering in the sun, making the tower a distinctive and dynamic addition to the coast line.

The orientation of the tower’s long axis is placed ‘Mauka-Makai’, or mountain to ocean, which preserves coastal views from inland vantage points. The tower is brought cleanly down to the street to mark the residential entrance.? The podium retail and townhomes activate Kamakee Street. Retail spaces, geared toward local artisans, are arranged along a shaded pedestrian promenade that connects Auahi and Queen Streets and feature operable facades to connect directly and stimulate street life.

Between the tower and podium geometries, a tranquil water feature is framed by one the country’s largest verdant ‘living walls’, which contains a blend of 8,000 indigenous tropical plants and passes through the lobby fa?ade, connecting outside and in. Perched 80 feet above Auahi Street, a glass-bottomed, saltwater pool cantilevers 15 feet off the edge of the seventh floor amenity deck creating a memorable spectacle.
The design for Anaha employs numerous sustainable strategies and materials to create a building that is both environmentally responsive and focused on resident comfort. Since conventional faceted glazing could not convey the design intent and sinuous contours of the facade, the design team turned to large-format, solar-efficient radiused glass to meet both the technical performance and desired aesthetic. Juliet balconies allow the fa?ade to open up, taking advantage of warm ocean breezes and allowing for an indoor/outdoor living experience for residents. Locally sourced materials also contain recycled content to the greatest degree possible and were selected to reduce or eliminate volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Kitchen appliances and plumbing fixtures and fittings are energy- and water-conserving models.

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