MVVA:布鲁克林大桥公园场地狭长,沿东河海岸延伸1.3英里,从杰伊街一直延伸到大西洋大道。该基地的大部分地块是废弃的散装货物运输和储存综合设施,由纽约和新泽西港务局于20世纪50年代建造,但由于集装箱运输的兴起而被废弃。该建筑群自1983年停止运营,并被布鲁克林-皇后高速公路(Brooklyn-Queens Expressway)与周边居民区隔开,包括六个码头和几栋高地仓库建筑。场地的北端是布鲁克林大桥和曼哈顿大桥之间的区域,是一个未被充分利用的景观,周围是轻工业和阁楼综合体。

MVVA:The Brooklyn Bridge Park site is long and narrow, extending 1.3 miles along the shore of the East River, from Jay Street to Atlantic Avenue. The majority of the site was a defunct bulk cargo shipping and storage complex, built by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey in the 1950s but rendered obsolete by the rise of container shipping. Out of operation since 1983 and cut off from the surrounding residential neighborhood by the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, the complex included six piers and several upland warehouse buildings. The north end of the site is the area under and between the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges, and was an underutilized landscape surrounded by light industrial and loft complexes.

 

Credit: Max Touhey.

 

平面图 Master Plan

Credit: MVVA.

 

布鲁克林大桥公园将这片后工业时代的滨水区改造成一片欣欣向荣的85英亩的城市景观。该公园在城市和河流之间协调了一个新的连接系统,成为一个重要的城市门槛,为各种各样的活动和规划提供了空间,所有这些地方都可以看到曼哈顿的天际线。对基地丰富的历史和其非凡的建筑和自然特征的仔细关注,确保了这一彻底的转变创造出一个充满活力、吸引未来几代人的城市目的地。

Brooklyn Bridge Park transforms this stretch of post-industrial waterfront into a thriving 85-acre civic landscape. The park mediates a system of new and refurbished connections between the city and the river, becoming a vital urban threshold that provides space for a wide variety of activities and programming, all with spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline. Careful attention to the site’s rich history and its extraordinary built and natural features ensures that this radical transformation creates an urban destination that is dynamic and engaging for generations to come.

 

Credit: Kelco Construction.

 

3号码头是最后一个要改造成公园的码头。3号码头最突出的特点就是它的中央大草坪,被灌木和乔木树林保护,免受风和阳光的伤害。沿着码头的北侧有一个具有互动功能的探索迷宫。码头的外部有一个带有可移动家具的小树林,包括野餐桌和Adirondack椅子,创造了各种各样的座位区。周围的硬件区域为小型活动和表演以及游戏提供了空间。

Pier 3 is the final pier to be converted to parkland.The most prominent feature of Pier 3 is its large central lawn protected from the wind and sun by groves of shrubs and trees. Along the north side of the Pier there is an exploratory labyrinth with interactive features. The outer section of the Pier hosts a grove with moveable furniture, including picnic tables and Adirondack chairs clustered to create a variety of seating areas. The surrounding hardscaped area provides space for small events and performances as well as unprogrammed play.

 

Credit: Max Touhey.

 

Credit: Max Touhey.

 

Credit: Max Touhey.

 

Credit: Max Touhey.

 

Credit: Max Touhey.

 

Credit: Etienne Frossard.

 

Credit: Etienne Frossard.

 

3号码头的迷宫是由各种大小的树篱创建的探索性的迷宫,里面有野餐桌、镜像游戏,以及公园抢救出来的历史元素,如系缆柱、楔子和挖掘出来的铁轨。在迷宫中,你会发现一个步入式万花筒、回声游戏、舞蹈编钟、抛物面反射器、会议管和趣味座位,包括Gunter Beltzig的石头座位。

The labyrinth on Pier 3 has hedges of varying sizes to create an exploratory maze of picnic tables, mirrored games, and historic elements salvaged from the park like bollards, cleats, and excavated railroad tracks. Within the maze you will find a walk-in kaleidoscope, an echo game, dance chimes, parabolic reflectors, a conference tube, and interesting seating options, including Gunter Beltzig stone seating.

 

Credit: Max Touhey.

 

Credit: Etienne Frossard.

 

Credit: Max Touhey.

 

Credit: Max Touhey.

 

Credit: Max Touhey.

 

Credit: Max Touhey.

 

Credit: Etienne Frossard.

 

Credit: Nathan Haselby.

 

Credit: Nathan Haselby.

 

Credit: Nathan Haselby.

 

Credit: Nathan Haselby.

 

Credit: Nathan Haselby.

 

Credit: Nathan Haselby.

 

3号码头绿道露台 The Pier 3 Greenway Terrace.

在纽约港和天际线全景的衬托下,3号码头绿道平台以从种植区打捞出来的花岗岩块为特色,完成了从1号码头到6号码头沿水边延伸的连续长廊。人们可以从水杉树下的背阴的座位上欣赏风景,也可以从阳台向下延伸到南方的草坪上享受宁静。

Framed by panoramic views of the New York Harbor and skyline, and featuring salvaged granite blocks that emerge from planted areas, the Pier 3 Greenway Terrace completes the continuous promenade that runs along the water’s edge from Pier 1 to Pier 6. Admire the scenery from shady seating nooks beneath the Metasequoia trees or savor the stillness from the lawn cascading down the terrace to the south.

 

Credit: Julienne Schaer.

 

花岗岩露台提供了一个独特的聚会点,在这里可以看到纽约港的壮观景色。露台由4到5英尺高的花岗岩块堆叠而成,并种植开花树木和常青树,以提供荫凉的座位区。花岗岩是在罗斯福岛和威利斯大道大桥上挖出来的。这个地区还有声音减弱山,它将这一段公园与弗曼街和喧闹的布鲁克林-皇后高速公路分隔开来。这座山沿着3号码头的绿道整个延伸,减少了公园75%的噪音污染。

The sweeping Granite Terrace provides a unique gathering spot with spectacular views of the New York Harbor. The terrace includes stacked granite blocks that rise 4 to 5 feet and include plantings of flowering trees and evergreens to provide a shady seating area. The granite was salvaged from work on the Roosevelt Island and Willis Avenue Bridges. Included in this area is the sound attenuating hill that separates this stretch of park from Furman Street and the noisy Brooklyn-Queens Expressway. This hill runs along the entire length of the Pier 3 Greenway Terrace and reduces noise pollution in the park up to 75 percent.

 

Credit: Etienne Frossard.

 

Credit: Etienne Frossard.

 

在花岗岩露台上,你可以找到布鲁克林大桥公园图书车,里面有一个可供公众阅读的小图书馆。坐下来,放松,享受你最喜欢的书带来的海滨美景。公园从早到晚季节性开放。

On the Granite Terrace, you can find the Brooklyn Bridge Park Book Cart, which houses a small library of books available to the public. Sit back, relax, and enjoy sweeping waterfront views with your favorite book. Open seasonally every day from dawn till dusk.

 

Credit: Etienne Frossard.

 

Credit: BBP.

 

Credit: Julienne Schaer.

 

Credit: BBP.

 

项目名称:布鲁克林大桥公园
地点:纽约布鲁克林
完成时间: 2018年
摄影: BBP,Julienne Schaer,Etienne Frossard,Nathan Haselby,Max Touhey,Kelco Construction

Project name: Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier3
Location: Brooklyn,New york
Completion: 2018
Photography: BBP,Julienne Schaer,Etienne Frossard,Nathan Haselby,Max Touhey,Kelco Construction

 

更多 Read more about: Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates

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