2009年2月5日 星期四

[綠生活]森林?住宅?R&Sie的巴黎小住宅

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當城市越來越擁擠的時候,能不能給生活一個被遮蔽的隱域生活?

這個案子是R&Sie(n)的新作,主要是要設計一個在巴黎可以擁有生活隱私,可以呼吸自然綠意,可以聞的到青草香味的房子.如何在窄小的基地裡完成設計,並且能夠回收大部分的雨水作為植披灌溉,還要考慮到當綠意滿溢的時候,室內採光如何節能?R&Sie(n)作了一個很棒的設計,在向陽的開窗口,掛上一個個的葡萄狀玻璃瓶,順著楊光被玻璃折射的角度,由外到內,讓室內空間不在陰暗,也達到結能的效果.我覺得這個案子最棒的是給了使用者全新的城市觀點,或許,它與印象中的巴黎街景差異甚遠,但我想,這家人能夠安然的在裡頭沒有外界的窺視感,又能充分利用環境所帶來的能量,彷彿生活在森林裡頭,很瘋狂,也很另類.
是一座野草漫布的森林??還是一個小山丘??看的出來基地的位置嗎??

靠近一點,看的見一個個團簇的水耕植物與玻璃瓶吊卦在外層網面上.

室內餐廳的感覺,像被綠意包覆的空間.

綠牆與主建築物有空間拉開,植物生長的同時,才不會對建築本體造成傷害,也利於通風.

網面玻璃瓶

水耕植物團簇

客廳,空間因為有了玻璃瓶反光,不致晦澀陰暗.

入口小徑,真的看不見入口在哪裡??

植披不是平行於立面,而是有角度的傾斜,我猜想是因為陽光照射的角度與順應雨水灌溉的位置所設計的.

一樓平面圖

二樓平面圖

我的媽阿,這需要多少肺活量才夠阿



看見了嗎,玻璃的外層有個細細的鐵絲網,才能夠押出形狀.

原文連結 archdaily

more information about this case.

Architects: R&Sie(n)
Location: Paris, France
Creative Team: François Roche, Stéphanie Lavaux, Jean Navarro
Hydroponic System: R&Sie(n)
Key dimensions: 130 sqm
Construction year: 2008
Photographs: R&Sie(n)
Glass Beakers : Pedro Veloso including the consulting of his past student, Vanessa Mitrani
Structural development and construction of the green prototype: Christian Hubert De Lisle & Cie

Scenario:

1) Design of a Private laboratory as Duck Blind cabana

2) 1200 Hydroponics ferns

3) 300 glass beakers “blowing” components for bacterial culture / extra light through refraction / “Rear windows” negotiation with the neighbourhood opposite views on closed courtyard.

4) Collecting raining for watering plants with individual mechanical drop by drop system including nutritional adding on proportioning controls

5) Devil’s Rock emergences (”close encounters of the third kind”), with a nature (fern) coming from the Devonian period (dinosaur), technologically domesticated to come back in the actual regressive French period

All the collecting glasses were made by a crafty technique, called Glassblowing. This is a glassforming technique that involves inflating the molten glass into a bubble, or parison, with the aid of the blowpipe, or blow tube. The transformation of raw materials into glass takes place around 2400°F (1315°C); the glass emits enough heat to appear almost white hot. The glass is then left to “fine out” (allowing the bubbles to rise out of the mass), and then the working temperature is reduced in the furnace to around 2000°F (1100°C). At this stage, the glass appears to be a bright orange color.

R&Sie has used this technique to make a new façade for a private laboratory in Paris, but most of the technical data are private, so enjoy the images and if you have more questions, you can use the comments to ask, we will get in touch with R&Sie and ask to take part in the forum, as they did in our previous post about the Waterflux.

You can see more from R&Sie(n) at the blogs from their studios at Columbia and Angewandte:

Columbia 08 - Francois Roche-Marc Fornes
Angewandte 08-09 - Francois Roche-Marc Fornes-Stephan Henrich (Manfred Herman Assisting)


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