网站地图关于我们

查看相册 View Gallery
大师们的未建成作品,同样令人着迷第1张图片

Courtesy of Onward by Onstride Financial

新渲染模式为7座未建成建筑赋予新生命
7 Notable Unbuilt Structures Brought to Life in New Renders

由专筑网李韧,王帅编译

一支笔、一张纸、一丝灵感,就能在建筑师的脑海中形成建筑,但是,如果要让这些建筑成功落地,就存在诸多挑战了。许多建筑师都能够通过实际作品让世界了解他们的勃勃雄心,但有的建筑师便没这么幸运,有时由于造价或技术的限制,一些项目便无法建成。

也许下面这些建筑你将无法真正欣赏到它们,但是我们仍然可以通过图像来了解这7座奇思妙想的作品。

It only takes a pen, paper, and an innovative mind to create remarkable structures. Bringing these architectures to life, however, is where challenges arise. While some architects have shown their creativity and ambition by designing and constructing some of the craziest structures the world has ever seen, other architects were only left with an ambitious drawing. Whether due to financial limitations or designs that are way ahead of their time, some projects never saw the light of day.
Although you won’t be visiting these structures anytime soon—or ever, as far as we know—take a virtual tour of what could have been 7 of the world’s most iconic, innovative structures, courtesy of renders produced by Onward, the blog from Onstride Financial.

大师们的未建成作品,同样令人着迷第2张图片

Courtesy of Onward by Onstride Financial

曼谷 超高层建筑

泰国,曼谷


雷姆•库哈斯所领导OMA建筑事务所 于1996年设计了该项目,目的是解决城市的能源消费危机,这是OMA众多项目之中最为超前的一个。在该建筑中,它包含有能够容纳120000人的居住空间、工作场所、服务设施,甚至还包含有火车和大量绿地。

Bangkok Hyperbuilding
Bangkok, Thailand

Designed in 1996, this unique unbuilt structure by Rem Koolhaas represents the architect’s approach to tackling the city’s urban energy consumption challenges, and is probably the most radical of the many unbuilt designs by OMA. The structure would have included living spaces—housing up to 120,000 people—workplaces, services, cable cars, and train elevators, all with plenty of green areas.

大师们的未建成作品,同样令人着迷第3张图片

Courtesy of Onward by Onstride Financial

伊利诺伊大楼

美国,芝加哥


该项目由弗兰克•劳埃德•赖特于1957年设计,塔楼高1英里(约1609米),它可以容纳约100000人、20000车,以及180架直升机。更值得注意的是,该项目还运用了原子动力电梯,其运行速度为每小时60英里(约96公里)。但由于项目的预算造价太高,因此未能实现。

The Illinois
Chicago, USA

Frank Lloyd Wright went above and beyond with his Chicago tower proposal, produced around 1957. The mile-high tower was expected to provide housing for over 100,000 people, fitting almost 20,000 cars and 180 helicopters. Even more dramatically, the project was expected to have a 60-mile-per-hour atomic-powered elevator. Due to its extremely high budget, the project remained an ambitious sketch.

大师们的未建成作品,同样令人着迷第4张图片

Courtesy of Onward by Onstride Financial

Shimizu Mega-City金字塔

日本,东京湾


该项目看上去就像科幻电影,由Shimizu Corporation设计,如果建成它将成为世界上最大的建筑。其中大约能容纳100万人,并且能够经受地震、大风,以及海啸的侵袭。设计方案于2004年构思,当时就有人质疑其不现实性,因为就当时而言,并没有足够尺寸且坚固的材料支撑其建造。

Shimizu Mega-City Pyramid
Tokyo Bay, Japan

Yes, this does look like a scene from a sci-fi movie; this proposal produced by the Shimizu Corporation would be the largest man-made structure on earth. The structure would have housed over 1 million people, enduring earthquakes, high winds, and tsunamis. Proposed in 2004, the design was deemed unbuildable, as current building materials are simply not strong enough for a structure of this size.

大师们的未建成作品,同样令人着迷第5张图片

Courtesy of Onward by Onstride Financial

凯旋大象

法国,巴黎


这并不是Dumbo电影中的场景,这是巴黎凯旋门的新形象。在18世纪中叶,建筑师Charles Ribert希望通过极具创意的理念来建造巨大的大象形态建筑。就预期而言,该项目也许能够促进游客、市民的互动,人们可以通过螺旋楼梯进入建筑内部,并且感受象鼻子中流出的水,以及象耳朵中播放的音乐。

The Triumphant Elephant
Paris, France

No this is not the Dumbo movie remake, this is the visualization of what the Arc de Triomphe could have been. In the mid-18th-century, architect Charles Ribert rendered imaginative plans and sketches to build an enormous elephant-shaped structure. The structure was expected to be an interactive one, which visitors could enter through a spiral staircase, as well as witness water coming out of the elephant’s trunk, and music out of its ears.

大师们的未建成作品,同样令人着迷第6张图片

Courtesy of Onward by Onstride Financial

步行城市

英国,伦敦


步行城市概念方案由Ron Herron在20世纪60年代中期提出,表达了建筑师对未来城市的愿景。这座城市与我们的日常生活所居截然不同,在这里有着许多巨型建筑,这些建筑可以“来回移动”,他们根据新的资源和机会在新的地点定居。这些建筑与人们日常所见的也并不相同,它们甚至还长着腿。于是问题来了,这些建筑是否真的能够在伦敦步行呢?

The Walking City
London, United Kingdom

Ron Herron’s Walking City proposal in the mid-1960s was an absolute futuristic vision of what a city could look like. The city was designed for a very different world to the one we live in today, in which huge megastructures “walked” around and settled in new locations as required, searching out new resources and opportunities. These structures weren’t going to be your average building: the proposal was to create large pods with legs. Of course, how else were these buildings going to walk around London city?

大师们的未建成作品,同样令人着迷第7张图片

Courtesy of Onward by Onstride Financial

塔特林塔楼

俄罗斯,圣彼得堡


俄国十月革命之后,苏维埃政府计划在俄罗斯建立共产国际组织总部。该项目将成为当地的标志性建筑,代表着胜利与理想。项目建筑师为弗拉基米尔•塔特林,他构思了高达400米的扭转塔楼,建筑材质为钢铁与玻璃。虽然这座建筑并没有实际建成,但在俄罗斯、法国、瑞典、英国都有着其建筑模型。

Tatlin’s Tower
St. Petersburg, Russia

In the wake of the Russian Revolution, the Soviet regime was planning on constructing a headquarters for the Communist International organization in Russia. The plan was to make the structure a functional iconic landmark, representing their achievements and victories. The architect behind the design, Vladimir Tatlin, proposed a 400-meter twisted iron, glass, and steel tower. Although the building was never constructed, there are several miniature models of it in Russia, France, Sweden, and the UK.

大师们的未建成作品,同样令人着迷第8张图片

Courtesy of Onward by Onstride Financial

Hotel Attraction

美国,纽约


纽约的摩天大楼世界闻名,但这座由安东尼•高迪设计的吸引酒店方案也许是当地最具创新意识的作品。在二十世纪初的巴塞罗那,高迪设计了一些世界知名建筑,因此一些商业人士想要把高迪的作品带到纽约,而这座酒店便是当时最高、最独特的建筑。然而随着高迪的退出,这个项目最终便没能建成。

如果有了先进的材料和技术,人们也许能够更快看到这些项目的实际落成。

Hotel Attraction
New York, USA

New York is known for its dynamic skyline, but Antoni Gaudí’s Hotel Attraction proposal could have been the city’s most innovative building. In the early 20th century, after Gaudí created some of the world’s most famous buildings in Barcelona, a few businessmen wanted to bring Gaudí’s remarkable architecture to the Big Apple. The hotel would have been the tallest, and most unusual, building in the city at the time. However, Gaudí dropped out of the project and all the plans for the hotel fell apart.
Who knows, perhaps with today’s advanced material and technology, we could be seeing these proposals come to life sooner than we think!

【专筑网版权与免责声明】:本网站注明“来源:专筑网”的所有内容版权属专筑网所有,如需转载,请注明出处

专于设计,筑就未来

无论您身在何方;无论您作品规模大小;无论您是否已在设计等相关领域小有名气;无论您是否已成功求学、步入职业设计师队伍;只要你有想法、有创意、有能力,专筑网都愿为您提供一个展示自己的舞台

投稿邮箱:submit@iarch.cn         如何向专筑投稿?

扫描二维码即可订阅『专筑

微信号:iarch-cn

登录专筑网  |  社交账号登录:

 匿名

  • thoollwings
  • 2018.07.30 09:37
    非常的有意思
    • 0
    没有了...
    评论加载中,请稍后!

    新闻 (468 articles)


    建筑 (9677 articles)


    大师作品 (9 articles)


    渲染 (127 articles)


    雷姆·库哈斯 (11 articles)


    弗兰克·劳埃德·赖特 (24 articles)


    金字塔 (11 articles)


    安东尼·高迪 (8 articles)


    2018 (497 articles)