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Stefano Boeri设计了由树木覆盖的居民住房项目
Stefano Boeri designs first tree-covered social-housing project

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意大利建筑师Stefano Boeri为荷兰埃因霍温的这个居民住房项目设计了立体绿化元素,让价格亲民的经济适用房也拥有一片清新的绿意。

Trudo Vertical Forest是一座19层建筑,如同米兰Bosco Verticale塔楼一样,Trudo Vertical Forest的阳台上也种植有多种绿色植物,该项目由Stefano Boeri Architetti事务所在2014年完成。

但是,这是建筑师为社会住房添加绿植元素的首例。

这个项目包含有125个住宅单元,这些单元将以经济的价格提供给荷兰当地的低收入人群。这些公寓面积较小,适合年轻人、独身人员、年轻夫妇居住。

Italian architect Stefano Boeri is bringing his vertical forest model to a social-housing project in Eindhoven, to show how green homes can be provided at affordable rents.
Trudo Vertical Forest is a proposal for a 19-storey building boasting the same tree-covered balconies as the celebrated Bosco Verticale towers in Milan, completed by Stefano Boeri Architetti back in 2014, and many of the studio's other recent designs.
But it marks the first time the architect has proposed using foliage-filled towers for social housing.
The project aims to provide 125 homes, which will be rented out at affordable rates and made available to low-income groups in the Dutch city. These compact one-bedroom apartments are expected to suit to young, single occupants and couples.

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建筑师充分运用了预制模板,并且在立面设计中结合运用了适当的技术策略,从而降低其造价成本。

Stefano Boeri说:“埃因霍温的高层建筑物可以应对当地的气候变化以及住房短缺危机。”      

“项目绿化率的提升不仅对于城市环境的改善有着重要意义,并且也让低收入人群能够拥有条件良好的经济适用房。”

75米高的建筑的阳台上将种植有70种不同类别的绿色植物。

每个公寓的内部使用面积约50平方米,还包含有4平方米的种植阳台。总体来说,这座建筑一共可以容纳125棵树和5200棵植物。

由农学家 Laura Gatti管理的Laura Gatti工作室与景观设计公司Du Pré Groenprojecten和植物种植园Van den Berk共同合作,建立了这个全新的环境保护系统。埃因霍温的住房协会Saint Trudo将负责这座塔楼的植物后期养护。

Stefano Boeri Architetti事务所的项目负责人Francesca Cesa Bianchi说:“Trudo Vertical Forest项目建立了全新的生活标准。”

Stefano Boeri Architetti事务所在完成 Bosco Verticale工程之后在荷兰乌得勒支市、瑞士洛桑市和中国南京市提出很多立体绿化建筑方案。该事务所的建筑师还为中国的垂直城市以及火星殖民地做出了大胆构想。

垂直森林设计的目标是希望城市中的人群和自然景观共存。热爱生命并追求提高城市居民的生活水平,与此同时减少对森林的开采,提高城市空气质量,防止气候变化。

工作室负责人说,植物可以净化周围的环境,是自然呼吸循环系统的一部分,它们吸收二氧化碳并且释放氧气。

Trudo项目预计每年吸收50吨二氧化碳。大量的绿叶也会帮助吸收城市的噪音。

图片来源:The Big Picture Visual

The building will also make use of prefabrication and "the rationalisation of technical solutions for the facade", to ensure it can delivered within an appropriate budget.
"The high-rise building of Eindhoven confirms that it is possible to combine the great challenges of climate change with those of housing shortages," said Stefano Boeri.                                                                           
"Urban forestry is not only necessary to improve the environment of the world's cities but also an opportunity to improve the living conditions of less fortunate city dwellers.”
The 75-metre-high building will have 70 different species of tree and plants set into its balconies.
Each apartment will contain 50 square-metres of floor space, as well as a four-square-metre terrace planted with one tree, plus 20 plants and shrubs. In total, the facade will facilitate 125 trees and 5,200 additional plants.
Studio Laura Gatti, managed by agronomist Laura Gatti, will collaborate with landscape firm Du Pré Groenprojecten and plant nursery Van den Berk to install the new ecosystems. The client, Eindhoven housing association Saint Trudo, will be responsible for maintaining the tower's plant life.
"The Trudo Vertical Forest sets new living standards," said Francesca Cesa Bianchi, project director of Stefano Boeri Architetti.
Stefano Boeri Architetti has proposed numerous plant-covered towers since the completion of Bosco Verticale, in Dutch city Utrecht, Swiss city Lausanne and Chinese city Nanjing. It has also unveiled a vision for an entire city of vertical forests in China and a colony on Mars.
The aim of the vertical-forest model is allow humans and nature to co-exist in an urban landscape. The biophilic vision is intended to improve the lives of city dwellers, while simultaneously fighting pollution and climate change, by countering the effects of deforestation and improving urban air quality.
According to the studio, the foliage purifies the air around it, taking in carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen as part of a natural respiration cycle.
The Trudo project is expected to absorb 50 tons of carbon dioxide each year. The abundance of greenery will also help to muffle the noise of the city.
Imagery is by The Big Picture Visual.


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