南京国际青年文化中心(Nanjing International Youth Cultural Centre )- 扎哈·哈迪德建筑事务所(Zaha Hadid Architects)

编辑导读:滨江的地块上,双子塔楼占据的垂直单体如何与水平的河流景观连接?菱形的纤维混凝土面板网格将挺拔和水平完美地交汇在一起,整个建筑外观充满了流畅的形体感。(经典值评价:8)
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项目概况:
建筑设计:Zaha Hadid Architects
地点:中国,江苏,南京(Nankín, Jiangsu, China)
主持建筑师:Zaha Hadid, Patrik Schumacher
建筑面积:465000.0 m2
完工时间:2018
照片版权:Hufton + Crow 等
 
项目简介:
南京国际青年文化中心位于南京新商务中心(CBD)河西新城江边。项目包括10.65万平方米的会议中心,两座总面积25.85万平方米的塔楼,10万平方米地下空间和 CBD 主轴终点的广场。
 
总体规划表达了河西新城城市环境、滨江绿地与江心洲岛乡村景观之间的连续性和连通性,江心洲岛位于长江上,由人行天桥连接。
 
南京国际青年文化中心占地面积5.2公顷,建筑面积46.5万平方米。两座塔楼中较高的是315米(68层),包括办公楼和 Jumeirah 酒店。较低的塔高255米(59层),另有一家四星级酒店。两座塔楼共用一个五层的多功能裙房,容纳了文化中心。
 
文化中心的四个主要项目——会议厅、礼堂、多功能厅和会客区——是围绕中心庭院的独立体量。四个元素在上层融合成一个整体,行人在地面上可以穿过一个开放的景观。会议厅可容纳2100人,设有适合会议、文化和戏剧活动的多功能舞台。礼堂可容纳500人,可以进行管弦乐表演,也可以使用音响设备进行表演。
 
塔楼创造了从城市垂直的CBD到河流水平地形的动态过渡。较高的塔楼象征着广场在河西新城城市网格和南京天际线上的位置。河流的自然景观通过多功能裙房和会议中心流畅的建筑语言与新CBD的城市街道景观相连接。这种建筑结构将垂直的(城市)和水平的(河流和景观)并列在一起。
 
在塔楼和房楼之间的交界处,玻璃幕墙逐渐转变为菱形纤维混凝土面板网格,裙楼和会议中心的大型表面呈现出坚实而雕塑般的外观;即强调形式的动态特征,又为建筑内部提供日光。
 
该项目是中国第一个从街道水平开始,向上和向下同时建造的项目,利用ZHA在三维数字BIM(建筑信息建模)设计和施工管理方面的专业知识和经验,整个项目项目周期缩短至34个月,现场施工仅花费18个月时间。
 
占地46.5万平方米的南京国际青年文化中心为2014年青奥会首次开放。南京 Jumeirah 酒店现在占据了中心最高的塔楼。作为世界领先的豪华酒店品牌之一,卓美亚酒店最近建成了他们的南京酒店,成为这座城市最重要的酒店目的地。

ZHA Consulting Associate:Cristiano Ceccato
ZHA Project Architect:Shao-Wei Huang
ZHA Lead Facades & Envelope:Shao-wei Huang, Lydia Kim
ZHA Lead Conference Centre:Melike Altinisik
ZHA Lead Towers & Podium:Garin O’Aivazian
ZHA Lead Interiors: May-Jinqui Qin
ZHA Lead Landscape & Urbanism:Carolina Lopez-Blanco
ZHA Lead Site Supervision:Ed Gaskin
ZHA Competition Team:Garin O’Aivazian, Jalal El-Ali, Kyla Farrell, Maria Tsironi, Matthew Richardson, Melike Altinisik, Meng Chan Tang, Mirco Becker, Mostafa El Sayed, Paolo Gamba, Saman Saffarian, Shajay Bhooshan, Shao- wei Huang, Shyamala Duraisingam, Spyridon Kaprinis, Suryansh Chandra, Yevgeniya Pozigun
ZHA Project Team:Alexandros Kallegias, Ashwin Shah, Carlos Michel-Medina, Carlos Piles Puig, Chao Wei, Charbel Chagoury, Christy Yin, David Doody, Duarte Reino, Elena Scripelliti, Emma Chen, Ermis Chalvatzis, Eugene Leung, Frenji Koshy, George Frenji, Ho-Ping Hsia, Hongdi Li, Igor Pantic, Jamie Mann, John Randle, Julia McLeod, Katharina Hieger, Konstantinos Mouratidis, Leonid Krykhtin, Leo Wu, Mattia Gambardella, Michael Grau, Michael Sims, Mostafa El Sayed, Mu Ren, Nassim Eshaghi, Natassa Lianou, Nicholette Chan, Niqui Berkowski, Patryk Ruszkowski, Sebastian Andia, Shajay Bhooshan, Soomeen Hahm, Spyridon Kaprinis, Vincent Nowak, Yuchen Zhang, Yue Shi, Yun Zhang
ZHA Site Supervision Team:Juan Liu, David Chen, Liyuan Zhang, Vincenzo Cocomero, Xi Wang, Xin Ji, Yan Geng
Architect of Record:China Architecture Design and Research Group
Structural Engineer:BuroHappold Engineering, China Architecture Design and Research Group
MEP Engineer:BuroHappold Engineering, China Architecture Design and Research Group
Vertical Transportation Consultant:Dunbar and Boardman
Fac?ade Engineer:BuroHappold Engineering
Landscape Architect:SWA Group
Lighting Consultant:Brandston Partnership Ltd
Acoustics Consultant:Zhejiang University, China
Theatre Consultant:China Art and Technology Institute
Main Contractor:China State Construction Engineering Corporation Division 8, China State Construction Engineering Corporation Division 3

Text description provided by the architects. The Nanjing International Youth Cultural Centre is located on the river in Hexi New Town; Nanjing’s new central business district (CBD). The project includes a 106,500 m2 conference centre, two towers totaling 258,500 m2 , 100,000 m2 of basement areas and the plaza that terminates the CBDs main axis on the riverfront.
 
 
 
 
The masterplan expresses the continuity and connectivity between the urban environment of Hexi New Town, riverside parkland, and the rural landscapes of Jiangxinzhou Island in the Yangtzer River connected by a pedestrian bridge.
 
 
The Nanjing International Youth Cultural Centre occupies a site area of 5.2 hectares with a construction floor space of 465,000 square metres. The taller of the two towers is 315 metres/68 floors high and contains office floors and the Jumeirah Hotel. The shorter tower is 255 metres/59 oors in height and houses a further 4-star hotel. The two towers share a five-level, mixed-use podium that houses the Cultural Centre.
 
 
The four major program elements of the cultural centre (a Conference Hall, an Auditorium, a Multifunctional Hall and Guest Zone) are independent volumes surrounding a central courtyard. These four elements merge into a singular whole at higher levels, allowing pedestrians to walk through an open landscape at ground level. The Conference Hall seats 2,100 and is equipped with a multi-purpose proscenium stage suitable for conferences, cultural and theatrical events. The Auditorium seats 500 and is optimized for both acoustic orchestral performances and also shows using audio equipment.
 
 
The towers create a dynamic transition from the vertical of the urban CBD to the horizontal topography of the river. The taller tower signifies the position of the plaza both within the urban grid of Hexi New Town and on the Nanjing Skyline. The natural landscapes of the river are connected to the urban streetscape of the new CBD through the fluid architectural language of the mixed-use podium and conference centre. This architectural composition juxtaposes the vertical (city) and horizontal (river and landscape).
 
 
At the interface between tower and podium, the glass facade gradually transforms into a grid of rhomboid fibre-concrete panels, giving the large surfaces of podium and conference centre a solid and sculptural appearance; underlining the dynamic character of the form and providing daylight to the building’s interior.
 
 
The centre is the first completely top- down/bottom-up tower construction in China - starting at street level and building upwards and downwards in tandem - constructed in only 34 months using ZHA’s expertise and experience in 3D digital BIM (Building Information Modelling) design and construction management to reduce the on-site programme by a year to only 18 months.
 
 
The 465,000m2 Nanjing International Youth Cultural Centre initially opened for the 2014 Youth Olympic Games. Jumeirah Hotel Nanjing now occupies the centre’s tallest tower. One of the world’s leading luxury hotel brands, Jumeirah recently completed their Nanjing Hotel as the city’s premier hospitality destination.
 





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