美国纽约布法罗亨利酒店(历史建筑活化更新)(Hotel Henry at the Richardson Olmsted Campus )- Deborah Berke Partners

编辑导读:活化更新采用了一系列审慎的增建与移除,这里形成了砖石与玻璃,历史与现代的双重风情线……(经典值评价:7.4)
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项目概况:
建筑设计:Deborah Berke Partners
地点:纽约,布法罗(Buffalo, New York, United States)
主持建筑师:Stephen Brockman, John Midgette
建筑面积:17744.4平方米(191000.0 ft2)
完工时间:2017
照片版权:Christopher Payne 

项目简介:
Deborah Berke Partners已将国家历史地标理查森·奥姆斯特德园区(Richardson Olmsted Campus)的中心部分改造为一家精品酒店,酒店名为亨利酒店,旨在向Henry Hobson Richardson设计的纪念性建筑本身及其历史致敬。建筑原先是布法罗疯人院,该项目赋予这一被长期废弃的杰作新的生命,有助于城市的复兴计划,并且为将布法罗创建为美国伟大设计中心的愿景增益。
 
全新的玻璃与钢制入口作为信标,联系外部景观和隐秘的停车区域。到了夜晚,新增部分的灯光像灯笼一样发光,而被照亮的塔楼使建筑从远处也能看见。新入口体量采用了轻盈而高度透明的建筑语言,鲜明的当代特征与Richardson的历史石建筑形成对比。
 
在内部,Richardson设计中的尺度和宏伟被充分保留,而一系列审慎的增建与移除满足建筑物的全新用途。酒店大堂设有食物市集、可供灵活使用的移动家具以及被修复的大楼梯。这个占地191,000平方英尺(17745平方米)的项目包括88间酒店客房、会议设施、一间高级餐厅和一个便捷的咖啡吧。原有的小病房被合并在一起,被改造为现代化客房;宽阔、光线充足的走廊得以保留。在走廊中,增加了类似橱柜的墙壁突出物,以容纳客房的浴室;而带有抽象图案的冷灰色和绿色定制地毯使人联想到Olmstedian的风景。
 
客房内的壁龛可作为带移动办公桌的更衣室。整个客房的家具宽敞而低调,强调建筑的尺度与特色。在床头板上方,定制的隔音板上涂有Richardson设计的图案。布法罗艺术家为这些空间增添了本地特色。在顶层,大型阁楼式套房设有高敞的倾斜天花板;部分横梁裸露,展露建筑物的内部结构。

 Text description provided by the architects. Deborah Berke Partners has transformed the central portion of the National Historic Landmark Richardson Olmsted Campus into the Hotel Henry, a boutique hotel that celebrates the history and architecture of the monumental structure designed by the Henry Hobson Richardson. The project brings new life to a long-abandoned architectural masterpiece, originally designed as the Buffalo Asylum for the Insane, adding to the revitalization of the city and reinforcing Buffalo as center of great American design.

A new glass and steel entrance acts as a beacon and establishes a new connection to the landscape and a discreet parking area. At night, the new addition glows like a lantern, while the illuminated towers give the building a heightened presence from a distance. The new entry pavilion uses a light and highly transparent architectural language that is clearly contemporary in contrast with Richardson’s masonry building.

Inside, the scale and grandeur of Richardson’s design is preserved, while discreet additions and subtractions transform the building for new uses. The lobby includes a food service marketplace and moveable furniture for flexible configurations and a restored grand staircase. The 191,000-square-foot project includes 88 hotel rooms, conference facilities, a fine dining restaurant, and a grab-and-go café. Small former patient rooms were combined to create modern guestrooms, and the wide, light-filled hallways were preserved. In the hallways, cabinet-like bump outs were added to accommodate bathrooms for the guest quarters, while custom carpets with an abstract pattern and cool gray and green colors evoke the Olmstedian landscape.

Alcoves in the guest rooms double as dressing areas with moveable desks. Furniture throughout the guestrooms is spare and low, emphasizing the scale and character of the architecture. Above the headboards, custom acoustic panels are painted with images of Richardson’s designs. Art by Buffalo-based artists add local character to the spaces. On the top floor, large loft-like suites with high sloped ceilings are tucked under partially exposed beams, which reveal internal structure of the building.





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