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编辑导读:重建湿地特征,富有生态弹性的、多层次的滨水公园,各种平台,步道,还有一个盘旋而上的眺望台……(经典值评价:7.4)
项目概况:
建筑设计:SWA/BALSLEY, WEISS/MANFREDI
地点:美国,纽约长岛(52-10 Center Blvd, Long Island City, NY 11101, United States)
建筑面积:239580.0 ft2
完工时间:2018
照片版权:David Lloyd/SWA, Bill Tatham/SWA, Albert Vecerka/ESTO
 
项目简介:
文字来自建筑师。Hunter’s Point南边滨水公园二期将于2018年夏季开放,将5.5英亩(约33.4亩)的废弃工业用地改造成新的滨水公园。公园的第二期从第54大道以南开始,环绕纽敦溪,以完成该公园的完整愿景,延续第一期公园,最终形成近11英亩(约66.8亩)的连续海滨公园。公园提供了更多包容空间,与自然在海岸线上营造更多亲密接触,并补充了第一阶段公园的活跃的娱乐空间。
 
该公园也是滨水生态恢复能力的一种新模式,采用了一种“软”方法来保护滨水线免受洪水的侵袭。沿着堤道有一条蜿蜒的小径,略高于河的高度,漫步其中,可以欣赏到多种视角的天际线以及沿河边缘沼泽栖息地的特写,除此之外它还保护着将近1.5英亩(约9.1亩)的新建立湿地。整个设计还为场地营造出丰富有趣的地形,包括一块草地覆盖的背阴海角,一个人行天桥可达的新岛屿,一个皮划艇码头,几个锻炼和野餐露台,沿小路出挑的宜人休息平台,以及一个盘旋在湿地上空的,可以欣赏曼哈顿全景天际线的迷人的悬臂眺望台。
 
该公园是 SWA/BALSLEY 和 WEISS/MANFREDI 的设计合作项目,ARUP 是首席顾问并负责基础设施设计。该设计重新建立了场地以前的湿地特征,并引入了一个生态弹性的、多层次的娱乐和文化去处,将城市带到了公园,将公园带到了海滨。 



Prime Consultant and Infrastructure Designer:ARUP
Landscape Construction Administration:SiteWorks
Ecological Systems and Restoration Ecologist:Great Ecology
Marine Engineering:CH2M Hill
Public Art:Nobuho Nagasawa
Artist Consultant:Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts
MEPFP Engineering:A.G. Consulting Engineering, P.C.
Environmental Engineer:Yu & Associates
Cost Estimator:VJ Associates
Traffic Engineer:B-A Engineering, P.C.
Survey and Utilities:Naik Consulting Group
Graphic Designer:Nice Kern
Historical Researcher:AKRF
Construction Manager:The Liro Group
Park Designers:SWA/BALSLEY and WEISS/MANFREDI

Text description provided by the architects. Hunter’s Point South Waterfront Park Phase II, opening summer of 2018, transforms 5.5 acres of an abandoned industrial landscape into a new waterfront park. Phase II of the park begins south of 54th Avenue and wraps around Newtown Creek to complete the full vision of Hunter’s Point South Park initiated with the Phase I park, resulting in nearly 11 acres of a continuous waterfront park. The park offers places of retreat and invites intimate connections with nature at the water’s edge, complementing the active recreation spaces in the Phase 1 park.
 
 
The park is also a new model for waterfront resilience, with a “soft” approach to protecting the water’s edge from floodwaters. A trail meanders along the causeway, elevated slightly above the river, a stroll of shifting perspectives of the skyline and close-ups of the marsh habitat along the river’s edge and protects nearly 1.5 acres of newly established wetlands. The design also leverages the site’s dramatic topography with a shaded grassy promontory, a new island reached by a pedestrian bridge, a kayak launch, exercise and picnic terraces, a collection of intimate “break-out” lounges off the pathways, and a dramatic cantilevered overlook that hovers above the wetland and offers panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline.
 
 
The park was a design collaboration between SWA/BALSLEY and WEISS/MANFREDI with ARUP as the prime consultant and infrastructure designer. The design re-establishes the site’s former marshland identity and introduces a resilient, multi-layered recreational and cultural destination, bringing the city to the park and the park to the waterfront.
 

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