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3322工作室在Tel Aviv 周围建了一座混凝土住宅
3322 Studio builds concrete home in Tel Aviv around enclosed patios

由专筑网朱王倩,李韧编译

这座位于特拉维夫的混凝土住宅,住户在室内可以通过巨大的窗户和露台感受自然光,同时也能观赏周围的花园。

这个住宅位于以色列的一个安静的社区里,由来自拉马特甘的工作室3322负责设计,目的是为创始人的家庭提供空间。

Huge windows and patios in this concrete house in Tel Aviv shed natural light across the interior while also allowing the family full views of the surrounding garden.
The Suspended Patio House is located in a quiet neighbourhood of the Israeli city, and was designed by Ramat Gan-based 3322 Studio as a space for the founders' own family.

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随着儿子的不断成长,住户希望这座房子能够满足孩子成长所需的不同功能空间,并希望尽可能地开放生活空间。

“房子对我们来说是一个复杂的空间,人们在这里生活,但它也应当具有一定的灵活性来满足人们的不同需求。”工作室创始人Hila和Ran Broides说。

They wanted the space to accommodate the changing needs of their young sons, and decided to make living spaces as open-plan as possible.
"For us, a house is a complex template that defines the living space but which, at the same time, allows flexibility according to changing needs," said studio founders Hila and Ran Broides.

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住宅的四周是方形的混凝土框架。生活区域很大程度上是开放式空间,这些功能分散在三层楼里,其中卧室位于最高层。

建筑师在混凝土地板上也设置了些许空隙,让光和空气在地块内流通。一层部分面对街道的立面使用的是能够透光的毛玻璃,从而让建筑在夜间形成灯箱般的效果。

The house is arranged around the voids in its boxy concrete frame. Living spaces are largely open plan, and are dispersed over the three floors – with bedrooms contained to the highest level.
Voids were also created in the concrete floors to let light and air circulate through the property. On the ground floor, the facade facing the street has been lined with acid-etched glass – creating a light box effect.

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这个楼层包括入口空间,以及客人的浴室。宽阔的楼梯“像折纸一样在地板上折叠”。人们可以从一楼的空隙看到通高的厨房。

通高的玻璃门通往花园和室外屋顶区域,这里种植有原产于以色列的树木。

This floor incorporates the entrance space, guest bathrooms.A wide staircase that "folds through the floors like origami". The double-height kitchen is visible from the first floor level, through one of the voids.
Full-height glass doors open out onto the lower-level garden and outdoor roofed area, which has been planted with trees native to Israel.

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建筑师们说:“这所房子与不同层次的户外空间交织在一起,目的是营造出开敞的空间氛围,让自然光和新鲜空气进入室内,从而也产生视觉上的互动。”

“每层立面上的开口与建筑内部与庭院连通的区域共同促进了建筑的自然通风。”

"The house is interwoven with outdoor spaces on all levels with the intention of creating a feeling of space, to allow the entry of natural light and fresh air as well as visual interactions between the spaces," said the architects.
"Natural ventilation is achieved by opposing openings on each floor placed on the exterior facades and on the interior facades facing the patio on the first floor."

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在二楼,一个露台将建筑的沿街立面分成两半,住户从这里可以俯瞰街道。

“我们想通过平台来强调空间中的尺度感。这个露台的设计原型是周边的老建筑。”建筑师说道。

On the first floor, a terrace divides the building's street-facing facade in half, and overlooks the driveway used to park a BMW Isetta.
"We wanted, through the terrace, to emphasise the human scale that is important to us in the spaces. The terrace reflects the terraces of the older buildings in the neighbourhood that were built in the 1950s," said the architects.

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这层楼比住宅的其余部分稍封闭些,因为这里有孩子和父母的卧室,还有两间浴室和一间小的家庭娱乐室。

然而,一层的通高部分让室内仍然具有开放性,人们的视野也更加通透,甚至在厨房里都可以看到风景。

This floor is less open-plan than the rest of the house, as it contains the children's and parents' bedrooms, as well as two bathrooms and a small family room.
However, the openness and visibility to the lower levels is retained through a recess in the ground floor ceiling – which allows for views over the kitchen.

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地下室里有儿童玩耍区和书房。露台上甚至还种植着从原先老建筑中保存下来的仙人掌。

在整座住宅里,建筑师通过镶木地板的运用为裸露的混凝土、钢表面和白色墙壁带来一丝温暖的感觉。

The basement contains a children's play area and study. Also on this lower level, cacti – preserved from the previous building that occupied the plot – have been planted on a patio area.
Throughout the property, exposed concrete, steel surfaces and white walls are warmed by wooden parquet flooring.

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Hila和Ran在装修住宅时,选择使用老式家具,比如标志性的Eames躺椅和Sori Yanagi的蝴蝶凳。

他们希望建筑的每一层都有书架。在地下室里,他们在水泥墙和客厅里设置的一个黑色的铝制书柜,上面放着这对夫妇多年来收集的艺术品和建筑书籍。

为自己设计住宅的建筑师有很多,其中有John Pawson,他在伦敦创造了一个极其迷你的空间。建筑师夫妇Gwendolyn Huisman和Marijn Boterman,设计的“鹿特丹”住宅的面宽仅为3.4米,进深达20米。

建筑摄影为Amit Geron。

When furnishing their home, Hila and Ran opted to use vintage furniture, such as the iconic Eames Lounge Chair and a butterfly stool by Sori Yanagi.
They were also keen to have bookshelves on each floor. In the basement, they line the concrete wall and in the living area – a black aluminium bookcase displays art and architecture books collected by the couple over the years.
Other architects who have designed homes for themselves include John Pawson, who created a characteristically minimal space in London, and architect couple Gwendolyn Huisman and Marijn Boterman, whose skinny Rotterdam residence occupies a narrow gap measuring just 3.4 metres wide and 20 metres deep.
Photography is by Amit Geron.

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