芬兰赫尔辛基 Amos Rex 私人博物馆(建筑改造)(Amos Rex )- JKMM Architects

编辑导读:我们谈论公共建筑的公共性,但这座建筑的改造则激发了十足的好奇心,屋顶上突起了一系列的穹顶,这些穹顶可由外向内看,也可向室内送进自然光,一箭双雕,既激活了广场活力,亦为展览提供了更多可能。(经典值评价:7.3)
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项目概况:
建筑设计:JKMM Architects
地点:芬兰,赫尔辛基(00100 Helsinki, Finland)
主持建筑师:Asmo Jaaksi
建筑面积:22000.0 m2
完工时间:2018
照片版权:Mika Huisman, Tuomas Uusheimo
 
项目简介:
来自建筑师的介绍。Amos Rex 起源于阿莫斯·安德森(Amos Anderson )艺术博物馆,自1965年以来一直是赫尔辛基首屈一指的私人博物馆。为了适应21世纪当代艺术实践与展示的变化,阿莫斯·安德森艺术博物馆(Amos Anderson Art Museum)受托人得出的结论是,与博物馆现有的改建后的新闻办公室相比,新场馆更适合提供新的艺术体验。附近的 Lasipalatsi 建筑是芬兰保存最完好的20世纪30年代功能主义建筑之一,被认为是博物馆的新家。
 
Lasipalatsi 作为该项目的一部分,已经进行了全面的翻新,并特别小心地保留了包括芬兰第一个外部霓虹灯照明在内的原始特征。与赫尔辛基城市博物馆(Helsinki City Museum)合作,对历史来源进行详细研究,并对现场材料进行分析,让JKMM能够重新创建与原始设计一致的材料和颜色。
 
Bio Rex 是 Lasipalatsi 大楼内拥有590个座位的电影院,它已经恢复了20世纪30年代的辉煌,并被并入了这个新机构。
 
从翻修过的 Lasipalatsi 的门厅,游客们走下楼梯,经过一扇可以俯瞰公共广场的画窗,来到地下室的展厅。新展厅的屋顶是由一系列带有倾斜屋顶灯的穹顶构成的,这些屋顶灯可以勾勒出周围建筑的景色,如果策展人愿意,还可以用自然光照亮展览。穹顶的形状通过位于展厅上方的新景观公共广场的地形表现出来,作为一系列用混凝土瓷覆盖的轻柔滚动的形式。
 
Lasipalatsi 内现有的餐馆和商店将继续营业,将帮助促进公众的生活和活动广场,这是一个社会生活的焦点,赫尔辛基城市中心和最重要的公共空间之一,购物和娱乐区。该广场还为 Amos Rex 提供了一个创建户外活动项目的机会,以支持其展厅展览。
 
展厅将由世界一流的技术和存储空间支撑,位于展厅下方的另一层地下室,为 Amos Rex 提供必要的设施,可以从国际上其他机构租借艺术品。
 
开幕展 teamLab:无质量的五件数字艺术作品:四个完全沉浸式的空间,使用数字投影创建,包括在 Amos Rex 首次亮相的新作品,以及基于LCD屏幕的显示。此次展览将是除日本外最大的集体展览之一,也是北欧地区第一次团队实验室展览。
 
Amos Rex 将对18岁以下的所有人免费开放,一个专门为儿童和青少年开设的艺术教育研讨会将在主展厅旁边占据一席之地。18 - 30岁之间的游客将支付特别的报名费5欧元。
 
Amos Rex 是由赫尔辛基市和 Föreningen Konstsamfundet 共同出资建造的。Föreningen Konstsamfundet 基金会是一个艺术基金会,是慈善家 Amos Rex  的遗产。Amos Rex 由 Föreningen Konstsamfundet 负责运营,并为新推出的 Amos Rex 提供了所有资金。该基金会将把 Amos Rex 作为一个私人机构来运营。

Project Architect, Architects SAFA:Freja St?hlberg-Aalto, Katja Savolainen
Architects SAFA:Teemu Kurkela, Samuli Miettinen, Juha M?ki-Jyllil?, Edit Bajsz, Markus Manninen

Architects:Christopher Delany, Marko Pulli, Jussi Veps?l?inen
BIM Coordinator:Katariina Takala
Interior Architect:Jarno Vesa
Interior architects SIO:P?ivi Meuronen, Noora Liesimaa
Project Management:Haahtela-rakennuttaminen Oy
Structural Design:Sipti Oy
Structural Design of the Domes:Sweco Rakennetekniikka Oy
HVAC Engineering:Ramboll Talotekniikka Oy
Electrical Engineering:Ramboll Talotekniikka Oy
Acoustics and Sound Proofing:Ins.tsto Heikki Helim?ki Oy / Helim?ki Akustikot
Fire Consultant:L2 Paloturvallisuus Oy

Text description provided by the architects. Amos Rex has its origins in the Amos Anderson Art Museum, which since 1965 has been Helsinki’s leading private museum. To meet changes in the practice and display of contemporary art in the 21st Century, the trustees of the Amos Anderson Art Museum concluded that a new venue would be better suited for providing new art experiences than the museum’s existing accommodation in converted newspaper offices. The nearby Lasipalatsi building, one of Finland’s best-preserved examples of 1930s functionalist architecture was identified as a new home for the museum.
 
 
The Lasipalatsi has been comprehensively refurbished as part of the project, with special care given to preserve original features that include the first external neon lighting in Finland. Detailed research from historic sources as well as analysis of material on-site, conducted in partnership with the Helsinki City Museum, allowed JKMM to recreate a palette of materials and colours that is true to the original design.
 
 
Bio Rex, the 590 seat cinema within the Lasipalatsi building has been restored to its 1930s glory and incorporated into the new institution, giving half of its name to create the Amos Rex identity.
 
 
From the foyer of the refurbished Lasipalatsi, visitors descend a staircase past a picture window that affords views over the public square, into the basement galleries. The roof of the new gallery is formed by a series of domes with angled roof lights that frame views of the surrounding buildings and allow exhibitions to be lit with natural light if the curators choose. The shape of the domes is expressed in the topography of the newly landscaped public square which sits above the galleries, as a series of gently rolling forms clad in concrete tiles.
 
 
The existing restaurants and shops within the Lasipalatsi will continue to trade and will help contribute to the life and activity of the public square, which is a focal point for the social life of Helsinki city centre and one of the most important public spaces in the shopping and entertainment district. The square also provides an opportunity for Amos Rex to create a programme of outdoor events to support its gallery shows.
 
 
The gallery will be supported by world-class technical and storage spaces in an additional basement storey beneath the galleries, giving Amos Rex the necessary facilities to loan artefacts from other institutions internationally.
 
 
The opening exhibition?teamLab: Massless?features five digital artworks: four fully immersive spaces created using digital projection, including a new work making its debut at Amos Rex, and an LCD screen-based display. The exhibition will be one of the largest completed by the collective outside Japan and the first teamLab exhibition in the Nordic region.
 
Entry to Amos Rex will be free for everybody under the age of 18 and an art education workshop dedicated to children and youngsters will occupy space alongside the main gallery. Visitors between the ages of 18 and 30 will pay a special reduced entry fee of





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