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编辑导读:作为一个水岸边的实验性项目,整个建筑体现了实验性、临时性和艺术性。与水有关,建筑白天体现了漂浮感,在夜晚变成了一个巨大的发光体,相互映照。(经典值评价:6.5)
项目概况:
建筑设计:raumlabor berlin
地点:德国,柏林(Lilienthalstrae 32, 10965 Berlin, Germany)
主持建筑师:Benjamin Foerster-Baldenius, Florian Stirnemann
完工时间:2018
照片版权:Victoria Tomaschko, Daniel Seiffert
 
项目简介:
从2018年的五月至九月,raumlabor berlin事务所介入了一个为集体化实验性研学、知识传递与交叉学科网络形成而设计、具有前瞻性的位于市中心的岸边实验室项目——柏林漂浮大学。
 
一个紧邻前坦佩尔霍夫(Tempelhof)空港的雨水蓄水池,被用作前来访问和学习的二十多所国际大学的学生与科学家,以及全世界的艺术家、当地的专家、建筑师、音乐家和舞蹈家的聚集地。
 
这些人来到这里,调研城市的日常生活和实践情况,并为一种有组织的变形提出想法和概念。在这个环绕着雨水蓄水池的实验性区域中,漂浮的大学致力于为城市实践寻求当代的、有弹性(resilient)的形式,并有创见地集中精力于探索未知的未来。
 
来自柏林、欧洲和其他地方的学生和他们的老师合作建设了校园,其中包括学习空间、工作室、礼堂、为测试水体过滤系统的实验塔、厨房、酒吧,当然还有一些盥洗室。
 
他们为实验教育模式下的知识交换,为跨学科研究团队和其他职能部门在一起研究城市实践中的复杂问题创造了一种空间。研究的问题包括:城市如何应对当今全球变暖、资源紧缺、超多样化与超速发展带来的危机、压力和机遇?在未来,我们愉快的、高能效的工作和生活所必备的条件又有哪些?
 
在五月、七月和九月的三个“开放周(Open Weeks)”中,漂浮的大学邀请当地的和国际的公众来探索雨水蓄水池和整个校园,并邀请他们参与工作室、讲座、学术讨论、热浴对谈、音乐会和表演等活动。



Design Team:Dorothee Halbrock, Licia Soldavini, Amelie Schindler, Carla Kienz, Gilly Karjevsky, Katherine Ball, Laura Raber, Lorenz Kuschnig, Nina Kl?ckner, Rosario Talevi, Teresa Huppertz, Timo Luitz, Uwe Tisch

Text description provided by the architects. From May to September 2018 raumlaborberlin invites into a visionary inner city offshore-laboratory for collective, experimental learning, knowledge transfer and the formation of trans-disciplinary networks to challenge routines and habits of urban practices – the Floating University Berlin.

A rainwater retention basin right next to the former Tempelhof airfield is the gathering place for visiting students and scientists from more than twenty international universities as well as artist from all over the world, local experts, architects, musicians, and dancers.

All of them come together to research and investigate the daily routines and practices of urban living and to formulate visions and ideas for an organizational transformation. In the experimental area around the rainwater retention basin the Floating University is looking for contemporary, resilient forms of urban practice with a visionary focus on an unknown future.
 
 
Students and their teachers from Berlin, Europe and elsewhere collaborated on building the campus: learning spaces, workshops, an auditorium, a laboratory tower for experimental water filtration systems, a kitchen, a bar and of course the toilettes. They created a space for exchanging knowledge within experimental, educational formats. A place where transdisciplinary research teams and various positions come together to grapple the complex questions of urban practices: How can cities cope with risks, strains and chances of global warming, the shortage of resources, superdiversity and hyper-accelerated development- nowadays? Which tools do we need to live and work well and in a resource-efficient manner in the future?
 
 
During three “Open Weeks” in May, July and September the Floating university invites the local and international public to explore the rainwater retention basin and the campus, as well as to participate in workshops, lectures, seminars, hot tub talks, concerts and performances.
 

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