Jamison广场是一个占地一英亩的公园,有一个复杂的阶梯式石墙。公园设计包括三个主要元素:喷泉、木板路和室外画廊。石头喷泉隐喻地表达了“蓄水层”的概念,水从石阶涌出,填满了平缓的地面,直到水深约12英寸,这时水就会流出,地面也会干燥。当喷泉开着的时候,它是所有年龄段的人玩耍和娱乐的对象。或者,当喷泉关闭时,这个空间就像一个阴暗的广场,用来举办特殊的活动。喷泉的阶梯式石墙可作为小型或大型人群的看台,也可作为舞台,广场可作为座位或站立。一个连续的木板人行道沿着工地的边缘延伸到河边,作为一个行人和自行车道连接所有三个公园。木板路让人想起沿着水边历史悠久的滨水区,它旨在将公园与木板路发端的河岸连接起来。

Jamison Square is a one-acre park featuring a complex stepped stone wall. The park design includes three main elements: a fountain, a boardwalk, and an outdoor gallery. The stone fountain metaphorically expresses the idea of an “aquifer,” as water pours out of the stone steps, filling up the gently sloping ground until the water is about 12 inches deep, at which point the water drains back out and the ground is dry. When the fountain is on, it is an object of play and delight for people of all ages. Alternatively when the fountain is turned off, the space functions as a shady plaza for special events. The stepped stone walls of the fountain can be used as bleacher seating for small or large crowds or alternately, the stone steps can act as a stage, with the plaza set up for seating or standing. A continuous wood-plank boardwalk extends along the edge of the site to the riverfront and serves as a pedestrian and bicycle way that connects all three parks. The boardwalk recalls those at the historic waterfront along the water’s edge and aims to connect the park back to the riverfront where the boardwalk originates.

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Photos by Chris Dimond.  Yoav Lerman.

位置:波特兰,俄勒冈州
完成年份:2006

LOCATION: Portland, Oregon
COMPLETION DATE: 2006

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