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       位于海陆交界处的冰岛“哈帕-雷克雅未克音乐厅和会议中心”其灵感来自冰岛美景与极光。其闪闪发亮的外观映射着天空,海洋,城市和丰富的生活。
       该项目是Henning Larsen Architects和当地设计事务所Batteríie Architects一起设计完成的。外立面设计由建筑师与冰岛美术家Olafur Eliasson以及德国工程公司GmbH紧密合作完成。

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       音乐大厅占地28000平方米,位于雷克雅未克一处僻静之地,这里可以看到一望无际的大海,和周围峰峦起伏的群山。在建筑的前面有一处接待区域和休息区域,中间有四座大厅,后台区域有办公室、行政室、排练大厅和更衣室。
       光与透明性是建筑表皮的关键,变化莫测的光也构成了城市、建筑、景观之间的对话。

总体规划
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       “哈帕-雷克雅未克音乐厅和会议中心”是雷克雅未克南部港口一个丰富的港口开发项目。就像是它的名字所暗示的一样,该项目的总体目标就是将雷克雅未克东部港口拓展成一个新的市中心广场,这里将集购物街、酒店、居住区、教育机构和多个工业为一体。到时会在这里形成生活区,将城市中心和港口更好地连接起来。

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       该建筑坐落在城市建筑群的外部,将会成为这座城市一个显著的地标——一个拥有强大力量和不同表现形式的视觉焦点。很大程度上,和处在城市中狭窄、阴暗的街道上的建筑相比,气候的变化和灯光效果会在音乐厅大楼的外观呈现出其独有的魅力。

建筑外观
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       建筑外立面设计灵感来自于大自然,其中几何单元结构灵感来自当地玄武岩。钢结构支撑着玻璃幕墙形成12面体的几何结构。这些玻璃结晶体能形成千变万化的色彩效果。“二维”的立面由这些晶体拼成。项目团队为此也建立了可视化的数字模型。

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       这块“岩石”中心——主音乐厅的内部红彤彤宛若烧红的岩浆。
       相信这座建筑面对着城市、风景、海洋、天空,每时每刻都将散发着不同的光芒。斗转星移,如极光般变幻美丽。

2013年密斯-凡德罗奖
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       2013年,冰岛“哈帕-雷克雅未克音乐厅和会议中心”赢得了世界上最负盛名的建筑奖项、欧洲联盟当代建筑奖——2013年密斯-凡德罗奖。
       威尔-阿雷兹说:“这个音乐厅的形象和类似多孔砖的透明外观和不断变化的彩色灯光,促进了城市与这幢建筑的内部生活的对话。公众盼望已久的这个项目是独树一帜的。通过亨宁-拉森建筑事务所和艺术家奥拉夫-埃利亚松的合作,这个项目向世界传递了重要的信息,并且满足了冰岛人民的长期梦想。”

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项目信息:
项目地点:冰岛,雷克雅未克
委托方:Harpa
总楼面面积:28000平米
建造时间:2007-2011
项目类型:2005年国际PPP竞赛一等奖
设计事务所:Henning Larsen Architects 和Batteriid Architects
景观设计师:Landslag efh and Lisbeth Westergaard
外观设计与开发:Olafur Eliasson and Studio Olafur Eliasson in collaboration with Henning Larsen Architects
所有者和经营者:Harpa, Portus Group, AGO (operator of Harpa), Totus (owner of Harpa)
项目工程师: Artec Consultants, Mannvit Engineers, Hnit Consulting Engineers, Efla Engineers, ArtEngineering, and Ramboll
声学设计师:Artec
承包商:IAV
设计经理:IAV
项目其他顾问:ASK Architects, Almenna Consulting Engineers, Verkis Consulting Engineers, Verkhönnun Engineers, Jasper Parrott (international consultant), and Vladimir Ashkenazy (artistic adviser)
Henning Larsen Architects团队:Responsible partner: Peer Teglgaard Jeppesen - Architect and design Manager: ósbjørn Jacobsen - Project manager: Klavs Holm Madsen - Façade specialist: Steen Elsted Andersen - Team of architects: Andrea Tryggvadóttir, Birthe Bæk, David Garcia, Debbi Hedeham, Thuesen, Diana Arsovic Hareskov, Nielsen, Elizabeth Balsborg, Filip Lyders Francati, Hannibal Hink, Helga Vilmundardóttir, Ina Borup, Sørensen, Ingela Larsson, Jørgen Olesen, Katja Brandt Lassen, Kristian Svejborg Olesen, Lars Harup, Leif Andersen, Leonardo Paes Resende, Lisbeth Leth-Sonne, Martha Lewis, Mateusz Kozlowski, Matthias Lehr, Mette Kynne Frandsen, Mette Landorph, Merete Alder Juul, Morten Hauch, Niels Gravergaard, Rasmus Haak, Steen Elsted, and Vanda Oliveira
Batteriid Architects团队:Responsible partner: Sigureur Einarsson - Team of architects: Soffía Valtysdóttir, Jón ólafur ólafsson, Guemundur ósvaldsson, Arnar Skjaldarson, Sigurbjartur Loftsson, Ingvi Torbjörnsson, Grétar Snorrason, áslaug Elísa Guemundsdóttir, Jón Benjamín Einarsson, Tórdís Halldórsdóttir, Ellen Tyler, Arnór Skúlason, Anders Möller Nielsen, Erlingur Snær Erlingsson, Hjálmar Örn Guemarsson, Berta ósk Stefánsdóttir, Tryggvi Tryggvason, and Christian Faurschou
Studio Olafur Eliasson团队:Responsible architect: Sebastian Behmann - Project architect: Ben Allen - Geometry development: Einar Thorsteinn


* 本文由Henning Larsen Architects 和Batteriid Architects建筑设计事务所提供稿件,转载请注明出处。

HARPA - REYKJAVIK CONCERT HALL AND CONFERENCE CENTRE

Harpa - Reykjavik Concert Hall and Conference Centre gathers inspiration from the northern lights and the dramatic Icelandic scenery.
Situated on the border between land and sea, the Concert Hall stands out as a large, radiant sculpture reflecting both sky and harbour space as well as the vibrant life of the city. The spectacular facades have been designed in close collaboration between Henning Larsen Architects, the Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson and the engineering companies Rambøll and ArtEngineering GmbH from Germany.
The Concert Hall of 28,000 m2 is situated in a solitary spot with a clear view of the enormous sea and the mountains surrounding Reykjavik. The building features an arrival and foyer area in the front of the building, four halls in the middle and a backstage area with offices, administration, rehearsal hall and changing room in the back of the building. The three large halls are placed next to each other with public access on the south side and backstage access from the north. The fourth floor is a multifunctional hall with room for more intimate shows and banquets.
Seen from the foyer, the halls form a mountain-like massif that similar to basalt rock on the coast forms a stark contrast to the expressive and open facade. At the core of the rock, the largest hall of the building, the main concert hall, reveals its interior as a red-hot centre of force.
The project is designed in collaboration with the local architectural company, Batteríie Architects.
The Masterplan
Harpa - Reykjavik Concert Hall and Conference Centre forms part of an extensive harbour development project in Reykjavik, the East Harbour Project. As the name indicates, the overall objective of the project is to expand and revitalise Reykjavik's eastern harbour with a new downtown plaza, a shopping street, a hotel, residential buildings, educational institutions and mixed industry. The overall intention is to generate life in the area and to create a better connection between the city centre and the harbour.
Situated outside the city's building mass, the building will become a significant icon in the city - a visual attractor with a powerful and varying expression. The isolated location will mean that, to a great extent, the changing climatic and light effects will be exposed in the facades of the concert building, often in contrast to the narrow and shady streets in the rest of the city.
Facades
Henning Larsen Architects has designed the facade of the Concert Hall in close collaboration with the local architects Batteríie Architects and the Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson.
As the rest of the building, the design of the facades is inspired by nature. In particular, the characteristic local basalt formations have provided the inspiration for the geometric facade structure.
Made of glass and steel in a twelve-sided space-filling geometric modular system called the 'quasi-brick', the building appears a kaleidoscopic play of colours, reflected in the more than 1000 quasi-bricks composing the southern facade. The remaining facades and the roof are made of sectional representations of this geometric system, resulting in two-dimensional flat facades of five and six-sided structural frames. In order to develop these ideas the team worked with three-dimensional computer models, finite element modelling, various digital visualisation techniques as well as maquettes, models and mock-ups.
Light and transparency are key elements in the building. The crystalline structure, created by the geometric figures of the facade, captures and reflects the light - promoting the dialogue between the building, city and surrounding landscape.
One of the main ideas has been to "dematerialise" the building as a static entity and let it respond to the surrounding colours - the city lights, ocean and glow of the sky. In this way, the expression of the facade changes according to the visual angle. With the continuously changing scenery, the building will appear in an endless variation of colours.
Mies van der Rohe Award 2013
In 2013, Harpa won one of the most prestigious architecture awards worldwide, The European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture - Mies van der Rohe Award 2013.
Wiel Arets, Chair of the Jury, said: "Harpa has captured the myth of a nation - Iceland - that has consciously acted in favour of a hybrid-cultural building during the middle of the ongoing Great Recession. The iconic and transparent porous 'quasi brick' appears as an ever-changing play of coloured light, promoting a dialogue between the city of Reykjavik and the building's interior life. By giving an identity to a society long known for its sagas, through an interdisciplinary collaboration between Henning Larsen Architects and artist Olafur Eliasson, this project is an important message to the world and to the Icelandic people, fulfilling their long expected dream."


Project Credits:
Location: Reykjavik, Iceland
Client: Harpa
Gross floor area:28,000 m2
Year of construction: 2007 - 2011
Type of assignment: First prize in international PPP competition, 2005
Architects: Henning Larsen Architects and Batteriid Architects
Landscape architects: Landslag efh and Lisbeth Westergaard
Façade design and development:        Olafur Eliasson and Studio Olafur Eliasson in collaboration with Henning Larsen Architects
Owner and operator:        Harpa, Portus Group, AGO (operator of Harpa), Totus (owner of Harpa)
Engineers: Artec Consultants, Mannvit Engineers, Hnit Consulting Engineers, Efla Engineers, ArtEngineering, and Ramboll
Acoustics: Artec
Contractor: IAV
Design Manager: IAV
Other consultants: ASK Architects, Almenna Consulting Engineers, Verkis Consulting Engineers, Verkhönnun Engineers, Jasper Parrott (international consultant), and Vladimir Ashkenazy (artistic adviser)
Team from Henning Larsen Architects: Responsible partner: Peer Teglgaard Jeppesen - Architect and design Manager: ósbjørn Jacobsen - Project manager: Klavs Holm Madsen - Façade specialist: Steen Elsted Andersen - Team of architects: Andrea Tryggvadóttir, Birthe Bæk, David Garcia, Debbi Hedeham, Thuesen, Diana Arsovic Hareskov, Nielsen, Elizabeth Balsborg, Filip Lyders Francati, Hannibal Hink, Helga Vilmundardóttir, Ina Borup, Sørensen, Ingela Larsson, Jørgen Olesen, Katja Brandt Lassen, Kristian Svejborg Olesen, Lars Harup, Leif Andersen, Leonardo Paes Resende, Lisbeth Leth-Sonne, Martha Lewis, Mateusz Kozlowski, Matthias Lehr, Mette Kynne Frandsen, Mette Landorph, Merete Alder Juul, Morten Hauch, Niels Gravergaard, Rasmus Haak, Steen Elsted, and Vanda Oliveira
Team from Batteriid Architects: Responsible partner: Sigureur Einarsson - Team of architects: Soffía Valtysdóttir, Jón ólafur ólafsson, Guemundur ósvaldsson, Arnar Skjaldarson, Sigurbjartur Loftsson, Ingvi Torbjörnsson, Grétar Snorrason, áslaug Elísa Guemundsdóttir, Jón Benjamín Einarsson, Tórdís Halldórsdóttir, Ellen Tyler, Arnór Skúlason, Anders Möller Nielsen, Erlingur Snær Erlingsson, Hjálmar Örn Guemarsson, Berta ósk Stefánsdóttir, Tryggvi Tryggvason, and Christian Faurschou
Team from Studio Olafur Eliasson: Responsible architect: Sebastian Behmann - Project architect: Ben Allen - Geometry development: Einar Thorsteinn


*Appreciation towards Henning Larsen Architects and Batteriid Architects for providing the project description.*
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  • Pinocchio
  • 2014.04.18 11:25
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  • 孙铭浩
  • 2014.04.16 19:28
    值得借鉴,非常感谢
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  • 丁丁
  • 2014.04.15 14:20
    美轮美奂的玻璃岩石
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  • desmand5
  • 2014.04.14 17:42
    音樂廳的設計有其專業的領域.學習了
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  • lyz
  • 2014.04.13 16:14
    很棒的音樂廳,很好的设计
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  • dahuzi
  • 2014.04.12 22:40
    很好的设计
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  • desmand5
  • 2014.04.12 16:02
    很棒的音樂廳

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