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Carmody Groarke在英国乡村住宅的场地上建造了如废墟般的建筑
Carmody Groarke creates two ruin-like pavilions in the grounds of English country home

由专筑网李韧,王帅编译

在英国萨塞克斯农村的一座住宅和两座新建筑之间,有着一条长达40米的隧道,隧道联通了几座建筑,这片建筑由Carmody Groarke事务所设计。

A 40-metre tunnel provides an undetectable connection between a house in rural Sussex and one of two pavilions designed by Carmody Groarke.

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Carmody Groarke事务所位于伦敦,负责该项目的设计,项目包含一座湖畔民宿,以及一座艺术家工作室,工作室通过 18世纪砖石农舍改造而成。

该项目名为“Two Pavilions”,同时还包含地下通道的设计,这条地下通道内衬钢材,使用者只能通过这条道路进入湖畔民宿,创造出一种独特而隐蔽的体验。

London practice Carmody Groarke was tasked with building a guest suite on a lake and creating an artist's studio within the brick walls of a ruined 18th-century farmhouse.
The project, aptly named Two Pavilions, also involved the construction of a subterranean steel-lined passage. This secret tunnel provides the only entrance to lake-side guest suite to create a "very special and secluded experience", said the architects.

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建筑位于湖畔,由混凝土建造而成,并且设置有延伸向水面的小型平台。

室内的墙体上覆盖着橡木板,其中包含有卧室、浴室、小型厨房等功能区,建筑师在面向湖畔的一侧设置了大型开窗,湖面上还有一座郁郁葱葱的湖心小岛。

Nestled into the steeply sloped banks of the lake, the pavilion is constructed from board-marked concrete and features a small deck suspended over the surface of the water.
The oak-lined interior contains a bedroom, bathroom and small kitchen, while a large window faces out over the tranquil man-made lake and a small island that is surrounded by greenery.

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优越的景观环境自然地阻隔了多余的太阳热量,降低了建筑的能源需求,让室内在全年都有着恒定的温度。

建筑师说:“在建筑的周边及屋顶都覆盖着绿色植物,并且为主要建筑空间而遮蔽。”

New landscaping passively insulates the suite and tunnel, reducing the energy demand of the building and creating a stable temperature year round.
"The mass of the new room is partially submerged and surrounded by a densely planted new landscape that covers the sides and the roof, so the building is all-but obscured from the main house," explained the architects.

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建筑师将破旧的传统砖石农舍进行了改造,利用耐候钢将其改造成艺术家工作室。

建筑师说:“人们对于现有砖石建筑的集体无意识、以及对手工质感的追求,与其让旧建筑就此拆毁,还不如让它成为这个艺术空间的全新起点。”

Weathering steel additions transform a dilapidated brick farmhouse elsewhere in the grounds into the second of the two pavilions – an artist's studio.
"Rather than demolish its last remains, it was felt that the unselfconscious character and handmade quality to the existing brickwork structure would be the correct starting point to create a new space for making art," said the studio.

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“旧建筑以重建的方式重生,虽然这让新旧建筑之间有了明确的界限,但它们还是一个整体。”

建筑的屋顶锈迹斑驳,建筑师在其下方开有四扇大型窗户,将特定的景观引进室内,同时呼应了周边场地。

"The form of the old house was reconstructed, making the distinction of old and new very clear, but appearing coherent as a completed whole," it added.
Four large windows framed in weathering steel beneath the rusty toned roof are organised to create specific views and to respect the topographical levels of the surrounding landscape.

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钢框架与屋面延伸向外,形成室外遮阳空间。室内的主要采光来源于一个宽达4米的北侧大开窗,开窗面向一座果园,使用者常常在那里制作及展示雕塑作品。

建筑师说:“特别的是,在这座工作室周围环绕有茂密的绿色植物,最终这座建筑将会淹没在植物之中,远远看去,人们只能看见一片生锈的钢屋面。”

The frames and roof overhanging the existing footprint to create a sheltered outdoor space. A further 4-metre-wide window provides the principal source of light, facing north into a new orchard where the client plans to make and show sculpture.
"Unusually, for a working building, the treatment of the landscape is proposed to closely immerse the structure, so that eventually it will envelope the building, leaving only the steel roof emerging visible above the long grasses and trees," said the architects.

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“建筑内部的手工材料与室外自然景观形成鲜明对比。”

Carmody Groake建筑事务所由建筑师Kevin Carmody和 Andy Groarke于2006年创立,当前的项目是Charles Rennie Mackintosh的山顶住宅修复项目,建筑位于苏格兰海伦斯堡。

建筑师计划运用一个透明体量将建筑包裹其中,这样能够让建筑在修复过程中免于遭受各项影响。

摄影:Johan Dehlin

"From within, the raw handmade material finishes of the inside will be highly contrasted by the very immediate presence of the surrounding natural landscape," they continued.
Carmody Groake, which was founded by architects Kevin Carmody and Andy Groarke in 2006, is currently working on a major restoration of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's Hill House in Helensburgh, Scotland.
The practice plans to erect a see-through hood over the building to help protect it from the elements during conservation works.
Photography is by Johan Dehlin.

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