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Hawkins\Brown为Bartlett设计的位于伦敦伊丽莎白女王奥林匹克公园的机器人实验室
Hawkins\Brown completes robotics lab for The Bartlett at London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

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Hawkins\Brown为巴特莱特建筑学院(The Bartlett architecture school)设计了一所新的机器人学校,同时该项目为伦敦东部伊丽莎白女王奥林匹克公园重建的一部分。

Hawkins\Brown has designed a new robotics campus for The Bartlett architecture school as part of the redevelopment of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in east London.

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这座面积达6200平方米的校园为伦敦大学(UCL)的巴特利特建筑学院、工程科学学院和新的房地产学院提供专业教学、制造机器人设施。

这些设施占据了由英国实践盟军和莫里森(British practice Allies and Morrison)为2012年伦敦奥运会设计的广播中心和新闻中心。

The 6,200-square-metre campus provides specialist teaching, fabrication and robotics facilities for University College London's (UCL) The Bartlett architecture school, Engineering Sciences Faculty, and its new Real Estate Institute.
The facilities occupy the former Broadcast Centre and Press Centre, originally designed by British practice Allies and Morrison for the 2012 London Olympics.

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新的伦敦大学是Here East的一部分,这是奥林匹克公园北部的一个技术和创意区域。它位于Make 's Copper Box 北部,在奥运期间用作手球场地。

The new UCL facility forms part of Here East, a technology and creative zone at the north of the Olympic Park. It stands to the north of Make's Copper Box, which was used as the handball venue during the Olympic Games.

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在首层,用胶合板细木工连接的走廊将礼堂与工作室空间连接起来,供建筑和工程学生使用。这里还有制造设施,除了实验室外,还有一个拥有330个座位的礼堂和一个原型机制造区域。

宽阔的台阶与综合座位平台形成校园的关键社交和活动空间。

At ground level a corridor lined with plywood joinery connects an auditorium with studio spaces for architecture and engineering students. Here there is also a fabrication facility, alongside labs, a 330-seat auditorium and a prototyping area.
A flight of broad steps with integrated seating platforms forms a key socialising and events space for the campus.

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巴特利特的院长Alan Penn说:“这座空间可供我们研究干涉极端规模的建筑环境的方法;从全面建筑构件到细胞层面的远程机器人工程,再到建筑环境无形的评估,这将有助于投资者创造公共利益,这项研究和教学对提高设计、创意和合作技能至关重要,未来的建筑环境专业毕业生需要掌握这些技能,以解决我们面临的挑战。”

"The space makes it possible for us to develop ways to intervene in the built environment at extreme scales; from full-scale construction components to te