伦敦象堡区城市更新:塞耶街和草地景观区公共空间体系 Urban Regeneration in Elephant & Castle, London: Sayer Street and the Meadow Public Realm Schemes
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塞耶街Sayer Street和草地景观区the Meadow是联实集团Lendlease在大象公园Elephant Park内的2个令人兴奋的公共空间计划是英国伦敦象堡区Elephant & Castle城市更新的一部分。与简·卡廷建筑师事务所(Jan Kattein Architects)合作的草地景观区连接塞耶街,是一片有趣且体现生物多样性的线性景观,是街景设计在当代的重新诠释。

1塞耶街

塞耶街中心(Sayer Street Central)的设计源于同一个愿望,即创造一条在当地社区内具有独特的地域感和真实感的街道,并为居民提供全天候活动和探索的机会。

有趣且充满活力的“丛林”区种植了色彩缤纷的植物,饱满高大的棕榈树、茂密的草丛和茂盛的攀援植物,营造城市丛林背景下的绿洲。与棕榈供应商联络后,专门选择种植抗性强的棕榈树。设计师也考虑了南华克区/伦敦桥(Southwark / London Bridge)附近的其他热带植物,以确保它们能够承受更寒冷的天气。

草本植物的混合种植以常绿为主,为确保该项目全年的植被覆盖率,使用金光菊和蓼等多年生植物,以此增添季节性色彩。项目中的攀援植物采用自抱或缠绕类品种,这些植物会随着时间逐渐生长,攀爬支架实现绿化。整条塞耶街不会是一个静态的街道,而是可以在未来5年内成长和变化的。

在设计初期色彩就是重点考虑的因素,可作为与周边区域连接的工具。这一点在街道建筑材料选择、攀爬支架和制造商的空间设计中已经实现,与最近建成的通往塞耶街中心的门户—传粉者公园(Pollinator Park)建立了强烈的视觉联系。

2草地景观区

草地景观区是一条连接象堡站(Elephant & Castle station)和多功能开发中心的重要步行通道。为了提供有价值的绿色空间、激活街景并增加生物多样性,联实集团试图在该地块上建造一个临时公园,以配合象堡区的城市更新计划。

建成后的方案呈现出一个有趣的景观,在密集的城市环境中为人们和传粉昆虫提供了一片绿洲和共享庇护所。

该设计旨在“捕捉”所有年龄段的人的想象力,通过雕塑、活动和休息场所给场地带来生机。原地采伐的木材和多余的土壤被创造性地重新用于塑造自然游乐小径和倾斜的地貌。到了晚上,公园入口的灯光装置使空间焕然一新。

种植策略旨在支持大范围的授粉昆虫,在尽可能长的时间内提供尽可能多的花蜜,融合多种花卉,主要包括蓝色、粉红色、白色和紫色的花朵。

Sayer Street and The Meadow are two exciting meanwhile public realm schemes for Lendlease at Elephant Park that form part of the wider urban regeneration in Elephant & Castle. The Meadow is a playable and biodiverse linear landscape that links to Sayer Street which is a contemporary reinterpretation of the high street designed in collaboration with Jan Kattein Architects.

1Sayer Street

The design for the meanwhile use for Sayer Street Central has stemmed from a desire to create a street that has a unique sense of place and authenticity within the local community and provides opportunity for activation and discovery throughout the day.  

A playful and vibrant jungle planting palette, full of tall palms, leafy grasses and winding climbers creates an immersive experience; a green oasis against the urban jungle backdrop. The plant selection was chosen to include a number of hardy palm trees, species specifically chosen after liaising with the palm supplier, and reviewing other tropical planting around Southwark/London Bridge to ensure they could withstand the colder weather.

The mix of herbaceous planting is mainly evergreen to ensure year-round coverage of the scheme with perennials such as Rudbeckia and Persicaria to add shots of seasonal colour. Climbers within the scheme were to be self-clinging/twining species to climb the scaffold structure and green it over time; the approach to Sayer Street as a whole was that it would not be a static installation but that it could grow and change over the next 5 years.

Colour was highlighted from the start that could be used to link to the wider area. This has been realised in the street furniture selection, scaffolding, and maker space design creating a strong visual connection to the recently completed Pollinator Park a gateway to Sayer Street Central.

2The Meadow

The Meadow is an important pedestrian link which connects Elephant & Castle station to the centre of the mixed use development. Driven by a desire to provide valuable greenspace, activate the streetscape and increase biodiversity the client-Lendlease-sought to create a temporary park on the plot which would feed in to their wider greening initiative.

The completed scheme is a playful, meanwhile landscape which provides a green oasis and shared sanctuary for people and pollinators within a dense urban environment.

Designed to capture the imagination all ages, the space is brought to life through sculpture, natural play and places to rest. Site-felled timber and surplus soil was creatively re-used for natural play trails and tilted landforms. At night, the space is transformed by glowing light installations that mark the entrance to the park.

The planting strategy looked to support a wide range of pollinating insects by providing as much nectar as possible over the longest possible period; incorporating a mix of flower forms; and comprising mostly blue, pink, white and purple coloured flowers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

项目地点:英国伦敦大象公园

B|D风景园林事务所网址:www.bdlandarch.com

设计年份:20182019

建造年份:20192020

参与景观设计的其他设计师(建筑师和风景园林师):

工程师:HRW工程公司(www.ehrw.co.uk

灯光设计师:迈克尔·格鲁布工作室 www.michaelgrubbstudio.com

建筑师:简·卡廷建筑师事务所(www.jankattein.com

植物配置:野花草皮有限公司

公共艺术家:汤姆·黑尔(www.tomhare.net

客户:联实集团(www.elephantpark.co.uk/lendlease

图片来源:图15©B|D事务所;图2~467©杰克·霍布豪

 

翻译:李珈莹

校对:潘瑞琦

编辑:刘昱霏 王亚莺