芬兰 Albertinpiha 公寓楼(Albertinpiha )- JKMM Architects

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建筑设计:JKMM Architects
建筑面积:2500.0 m2
照片版权:Mika Huisman


立面最突出的特征是利用彩色砖块形成的特殊图案来强调转角、入口和檐口,类似于立面上采用光影变化来突出空间的手法。这项名为“Abstraction”的艺术作品伫立在Kangas广阔的公共艺术环境中,是JKMM与艺术家Mika Natri合作完成的。“Abstraction”赋予建筑活力,并且让砖墙具有深度感,这与在砌块建筑中使用浮雕或凹槽的手法相同。公寓阳台激活了建筑东立面,让人想起裸露的工业电梯井,进一步强调了JKMM所追求的那种Kangas地区仓库的感觉。


SAFA Architects:Samuli Miettinen, Teemu Kurkela, Asmo Jaaksi, Tuomo Toivola
Interior Architect:Elina T?rm?nen
Property Development Consultant:YIT Oy
Structural Design:Sweco rakennetekniikka Oy
HVAC Engineering:Sweco rakennetekniikka Oy
Electrical Engineering:Protacon Oy
Geo Engineering:Rambol Finland Oy
Artist:Mika Natri
Building Programme:Basement ja 7 apartment floors with 45 apartments

Text description provided by the architects. JKMM have completed a new housing scheme called Albertinpiha in Jyv?skyl?, the largest city in central Finland known for its early and later period Alvar Aalto buildings. The scheme is in the Kangas quarter, a former paper mill area close to the city center and is part of a 120 000m2 development of the area planned to house ca. 5000 people.

Albertinpiha is located on a prominent site at Kangas next to the 70-meter tall paper mill chimney and across the Touru River. JKMM’s seven-story brick tower block plays homage to the nineteenth-century industrial buildings with its robust massing and forms.
The Finnish aged Makasiini-brick is also in keeping with the crafted feeling and warmth of its historical context. A distinctive feature in the elevations is the use of colored bricks to highlight corners, the entrance, and the roofline through informal patterns; akin to those achieved through a play of light on a surface. This artwork has been realized in collaboration with artist Mika Natri and is called “Abstraction”. It sits within a wider Kangas public art framework.
As a piece “Abstraction” animates the building and gives the brickwork a sense of depth not unlike that achieved through reliefs or recesses in masonry buildings. The apartment balconies too animate the building’s East elevation and bring to mind exposed industrial lift shafts further emphasizing the warehouse vernacular JKMM has sought at Albertinpiha.
Inside, the 45 apartments have simple finishes with 2.6m ceiling heights accentuated through the design of high windows bringing in plentiful natural light. Communal areas include shared courtyards and a residents’ sauna with an adjoining terrace.?
The objective has been to create a milieu for relaxed urban living walking distance from both Jyv?skyl? town center and the nearby nature park. As a place to live, Kangas is very much a setting that mediates between the two without feeling suburban. The City itself refers to Kangas a “hybrid area” and has highlighted the importance of reducing residents’ car dependence. This is just one of the tenets of One Planet Living that inform the sustainability strategy for the development as a whole.

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