项目概况:
建筑设计: 3XN
地点:丹麦,锡尔克堡(Silkeborg, Denmark)
主持建筑师: 3XN Architects
Design Team: Jan Ammundsen, Kim Herforth Nielsen, Christian Hommelhoff Brink, David Ole Wolthers, Ana Merino, Andrea Baresi, Mathilde Manz, Sang Yeu 
 
项目简介:
3XN 建筑师事务所发布了丹麦的锡尔克堡历史博物馆增建方案,其中收藏了世界最古老、保存最完整的自然环境下形成的木乃伊:「图伦男子」和「艾琳女子」。在一个包括了从沼泽中升起的现代屋顶景观的1858平方米博物馆增建,希望透过建筑更加强化历史博物馆的定位。

该设计以创造一个融合历史和当代的新博物馆为目标,希望将展览和建筑合二为一。——3XN建筑师事务所高级合伙人兼比赛负责人 Jan Ammundsen

三栋增建的建筑与整合的景观设计是围绕着发现沼泽形成木乃伊的基地而建。当参访者到达新馆时,将会绕着如沼泽般的景观到达主要入口。从远处看,博物馆主馆的设计就像一块泥炭从沼泽地中被切掉并拉起角落,露出通往主馆的路。从沼泽中升起的屋顶景观是开放空间,提供民众与建筑互动的机会,强烈地创造出与木乃伊在北欧沼泽里被发现的关联性。
 
新建外墙将会包覆白色石头,木头为室内材料。Atelier Brückner与3XN合作了新展览规划设计,将带领访客依照时间的顺序从冰河时代到中世纪的时代,特别关注铁器时代作为博物馆的关键时期,在新的展览馆里留有有两个独特的空间。整个增建项目预算大约是一千万美金。

3XN掌握了创造出独特的建筑,同时敏锐地意识到旧有建筑的关系 ,设计概念清晰的呈现出展览内容并在到达博物馆的那刻起,就让访客进入主题的情绪。——博物馆馆长 Ole Nielsen

锡尔克堡历史博物馆增建预计在2020年完工,包含了新展览馆、冬季花园、和行政教育大楼。
 
英文:
 3XN Architects have released design plans for a new contemporary extension of the Historical Silkeborg Museum in Denmark. The museum houses some of the oldest and well-preserved bog bodies in the world: The Tollund Man and Elling Woman. Through the 1,858 square meter extension that includes a contemporary “roofscape” rising from the marshland, the design seeks to build a stronger identity for the museum through its architecture.
The design approach for the new museum was guided by the goal of creating a museum where history and modernity, exhibition and architecture all blend together-Jan Ammundsen, Senior Partner and Head of Competitions at 3XN Architects.
 
The three new buildings and an integrated landscape design aim to connect the bog bodies with the surroundings in which they were found. When visitors arrive at the new museum they will be taken on a path through a bog-like landscape before arriving at the main entrance. From a distance the main exhibition building is designed to appear as if a piece of peat had been cut out from the bog and pulled in its corners, revealing the pathway to the main exhibition. This “roofscape” rising from the bog will also be accessible for the public to interact with the building as they enter, establishing a powerful connection to how the bodies were discovered from the Nordic swamplands.
 
The new buildings will be clad with a white stone facade and a wooden interior. Atelier Brückner has collaborated with 3XN for a new exhibition design. Taking the museum’s visitors on a chronological path from the Ice Age to the Middle Ages, the design has a special focus on the Iron Age as the key period of the museum with two unique spaces in the new exhibition building. The entire project is expected to cost in the region of DKK 70 million (approx. $10 million USD).
 
3XN have managed to create a building which has its own character and at the same time the necessary sensitivity towards the existing listed buildings, says museum director Ole Nielsen. The design concept is clearly reflecting our exhibition and helps setting the mood of the visitors already before they enter the building.
 
The Silkeborg extension is expected to be completed in 2020 with its new exhibition building, a winter garden and a new administration building with educational facilities.

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