MVVA:“聚集地”是一个64英亩的公园,位于阿肯色河沿岸,距离塔尔萨市中心2英里。这个新公园由George Kaiser家族基金会资助,在与市政府官员和当地社区密切协助下开发,改变了原本平坦、风吹日晒的场地地形——有些区域提升了地形,有些区域则挖掘了水域,重新引入了广泛的原生生态系统。

MVVA:The Gathering Place is a 64-acre park situated along the Arkansas River just 2 miles from downtown Tulsa. Funded by the George Kaiser Family Foundation and developed in close consultation with city officials and the local community, the new park transforms the terrain of what was originally a flat, windblown and sun-baked site – raising topography in some areas, digging down to water in others, and reintroducing a broad range of native ecologies.

 

Credit: Elizabeth Felicella.

 

平面图 Master PlanCredit: MVVA.

 

这个公园于2018年9月对外开放,旨在为社区服务,同时也服务于整个城市。“聚集地”有意展示了丰富的活动和经验,以便每次回访都能提供一个享受新事物的机会。通过战略性的汽车进出和停车、穿过公园的区域自行车道和新的人行天桥与场地统一成一个整体,让交通和流通变得更加便利。

The park, which opens in September 2018, is meant to serve its own neighborhood, but also the city as a whole. Gathering Place program deliberately features an abundance of activities and experiences, so that each visit back could present an opportunity to enjoy something new. Access and circulation are facilitated through strategic car access and parking, regional bike trails that thread through the park, and new pedestrian land bridges that unify the site into a cohesive whole.

 

Credit: MVVA.

 

塔尔萨炎热的夏天和河边的地理位置激发了这样的想法,即水应该是公园的一个决定性元素,在公园的基本景观结构和游戏特征中都有经验。Topology sub将场地划分为一系列较小的空间,每个空间都有各种各样的项目,每个人都可以在这些项目中找到可以做的事情。在整个公园里大量使用当地的石头,有助于将“聚集地”与该地区的自然特征联系起来。

Tulsa’s hot summers and the riverfront location inspired the idea that water should be a character-defining element of the park, experienced in play features as well as in the fundamental landscape structure of the park. Topography sub divides the site into a series of smaller spaces, each supporting a wide variety of program where everyone can find something to do. Local stone, used generously throughout the park in a variety of ways, helps connect the Gathering Place to the region’s natural features.

 

Credit: Nick Oxford for The New York Times.

 

Credit: Nick Oxford for The New York Times.

 

Credit: Nick Oxford for The New York Times.

 

Credit: Nick Oxford for The New York Times.

 

公园内的游戏空间表现大胆,内容丰富。奇妙的元素组合(例如,巨大的动物和水果)与塔楼、滑梯、桥梁和秋千交织在一起,创造了一个充满想象力和触觉的游戏环境,同时也带来了一系列强大的物理挑战。活跃的运动,如滑板公园和篮球场,将为青少年和年轻人提供充分的机会享受公共空间和河边环境。除了一系列令人兴奋的日间项目外,还鼓励人们在这里进行夜间活动,包括饮食设施、灯光以及电影和其他项目场地。公园的名称揭示了指导愿景:这是一个民主的空间,将塔尔萨人民聚集在一起。

Play spaces within the park are boldly expressive and richly programmed. The complex combination of fantastic elements (for instance, colossal animals and fruit) are interwoven with towers, slides, bridges, and swings to create an environment for imaginative and tactile play along with a robust array of physical challenges. Active sports, like the skateboard park and basketball courts will give teenagers and young adults abundant opportunities to enjoy public space and the riverfront environment. In addition to an exciting array of daytime programs, nighttime use of the Gathering Place is encouraged with eating facilities, dramatic lighting and venues for movies and other programs. The name of the park reveals the guiding vision: this is meant to be a democratic space that brings the people of Tulsa together.

 

 

Credit: MVVA.

 

 

Credit: MVVA.

 

 

Credit: MVVA.

 

Credit: Elizabeth Felicella.

 

Credit: Elizabeth Felicella.

 

Credit: Nick Oxford for The New York Times.

 

Credit: Nick Oxford for The New York Times.

 

项目名称: 塔尔萨公园“聚集地”
地点: 美国塔尔萨
完成时间: 2018年
照片来源: Nick Oxford for The New York Times,Elizabeth Felicella,MVVA

Project name: Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier3
Location: Tulsa,USA
Completion: 2018
Photo Credits: Nick Oxford for The New York Times,Elizabeth Felicella,MVVA

 

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