上海建业里嘉佩乐酒店(建筑改造)(Capella Jianyeli )- Kokaistudios

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项目概况:
建筑设计:Kokaistudios
地点:上海徐汇区衡复历史文化风貌保护区(China)
主持建筑师:Filippo Gabbiani, Andrea Destefanis
建筑面积:8000.0 m2
完工时间:2017
照片版权:Seth Powers
 
项目简介:
来自建筑师的介绍。Kokaistudios于2002年完成了外滩18号的保护性修缮和改建, 奠定了在上海的发展基础。自此,Kokaistudios成为在上海领先的以改造项目见长的事务所,并大力倡导保护历史建筑和以创新的思路进行城市更新的主张。在Kokaistudios的又一力作淮海路796号改造项目获得联合国教科文组织亚太地区遗产保护大奖后,客户找到我们进行将传统上海石库门里弄住宅改造成为奢华酒店的可行性研究。
 
建业里由法国地产商Foncière et Immobilière de Chine 始建于1930年。她坐落于上海原法租界中心位置,虽历经岁月的洗礼和变迁,但其结构和形态基本保持了原有的风貌,是不可多得的开发机遇。
 
“石库门”建筑最早是为上海的中产阶级家庭设计和建造的。由于它本身缺乏现代的管道设施,曾被认为不具备保护价值,在城市发展的进程中被逐步拆毁。或仅仅保留其外壳,被改造为商业用途。
 
广泛的研究和探讨后,Kokaistudios制定了兼顾保护历史风貌和适应时代需求的建筑改造策略。一方面保留了石库门这一建筑形式,另一方面巧妙地改造了内部结构使其适应现代高档酒店的标准,并把联排住宅这一建筑形式转化为豪华套房。最小的单元面积为110平米,分上下两层, 由狭窄陡峭的楼梯连接。乍看之下并不具备成为超豪华酒店的潜力。
 
Kokaistudios的欧洲背景和在中国的大量实践经验帮助克服了此项目面临的诸多挑战。我们把从过往复杂的改造案例中积累的经验和以创新思路进行改造的指导思想相结合,力图呈现给城市和大众石库门这一历史建筑形式的价值和可能性。我们重新梳理了布局,将楼梯调整地更为安全和舒适。一系列的改造方案之后,最终我们达到了嘉佩乐集团的要求,破旧的石库门住宅被改造成为55套豪华套房。
 
此项目面临诸多挑战,从开发思路到建筑本身条件;从沟通进程到落成之际面临的全球金融危机等等。所有这些因素的叠加使其成为颇有难度的项目。
 
在建筑外立面和内部庭院的修缮和改造完成后,嘉佩乐建业里以全新的姿态呈现在世人面前。她在上海高端酒店市场独具一格并提供了独一无二的体验。与此同时,她也为上海历史建筑的保护和开发提供了积极的案例。希望今后有更多历史建筑的价值和潜力被珍视。

Architecture Design Director:Wei Li
 
Design Team:Pietro Peyron, Sherry G, Qing Song, Feng Yu, Weiyi Fang, Kun Cheng
 
Interior Design:Jaya and Blink Design Group
Developer:Portman Holdings and Hengfu Development

Text description provided by the architects. Having established our base in Shanghai in 2002 to work on the renovation of the Bund 18 building; Kokaistudios has since the outset worked as one of the leading firms working on adaptive re-use projects and advocating for the preservation and innovative reuse of Shanghai’s built heritage. Following the receipt of our second UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage award for the renovation of the Huaihai Lu 796 project in Shanghai Kokaistudios was approached by the client to conduct a feasibility study for the restoration and transformation of a traditional Shanghainese “shikumen lilong” Jianyeli (west part) into a luxury hospitality destination.
 
 
Originally built in the 1930s by French real estate company Foncière et Immobilière de Chine, the Jian Ye Li “shikumen” complex; located in the heart of the former French concession had evolved and been altered over the years but was essentially intact in its historical configuration and represented an incredible development opportunity.?
 
 
Originally these “shikumen” buildings were designed for middle class families in Shanghai and as they lacked modern plumbing facilities they were often seen as products with little value to preserve and were either demolished or just the "shell" was maintained and they were converted it into commercial use.
 
 
After extensive research and study, Kokaistudios developed an architectural renovation strategy that maintained the architectural features of the “shikumen” lane houses while tastefully altering the internal layout and transforming them into spaces suitable for modern luxurious living where each original lane house unit was transformed into one luxurious guest suite.
 
 
Practicality is not a term that applies to this project as the shikumen architectural typology; characterized by their narrow and tall nature meaning that the minimum 110 sq.m suites are split over 2 floors via a step staircase with no elevator; does not lend itself naturally to conversion to hospitality use. However when the ultra-luxury Capella hotel brand entered into the project several years later minimal upgrades to the architecture of the buildings were required to meet their exacting standards and they created 55 luxury suites each occupying one of the lane-houses. Today the hotel occupies a unique position within Shanghai’s luxury hotel landscape and offer their guests a truly unique hospitality experience not available anywhere else in the world.
 
 
The project presented many challenges but armed with a solid experience gained both in Europe and in China of undertaking complex adaptive re-use project and working with an operating philosophy of driving for innovation through re-use and renovation we strove to overcome them and show the city and a wider audience in both China and the region the value of the existing built-heritage of Asian cities embodied by this unique \'shikumen lilong" complex while at the same time creating an timeless hospitality experience.??
 
 
After our extensive historical restoration covering both the interiors and the facades of the buildings together with the internal courtyards the results however speak for themselves. Not only does the Capella Jian Ye Li occupy a unique space in Shanghai\'s luxury hotel landscape that offers its guests a one-of-a-kind experience, the project itself is having a strong and positive effect on the city of Shanghai with both other developers and government officials re-evaluating the potential and value that exists in heritage buildings and we foresee that this will not be the last project of its kind.
 





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