项目位于加拿大年夜多伦多的糖果海滩,从老区的泊车场改变成一个布满想象力的现代化海滨游乐场,全部项目由Claude Cormier + Associés公司设计完成。全部海滨公园项目共由三个部分构成:一个城市海滩、一个广场空间、和一个绿树成荫的海滨长廊。海滨长廊斜穿全部公园,地面有加拿大标记性的枫叶。8500㎡的广场是海滨公园的第一个公共空间,游人们沿着皇后船埠游玩的时便可看到。公园内艳丽的粉红色海滩伞和标记性的糖果条纹状岩石,仿佛在欢迎旅客们的到来。

The project is located on Canada’s Candy Beach in Toronto, changing from the parking lot in the old district to an imaginative modern waterfront playground, designed by Claude Cormier + Associés. The all waterfront park project consists of three parts: a city beach, a plaza space, and a tree-lined promenade. The promenade slanted through the park and has Canadian-marked maple leaves on the ground. The 8500m2 plaza is the first public space in the waterfront park, and visitors can see it as they travel along the Queen’s boat. The gorgeous pink beach umbrellas and the striped candy-like rocks in the park are like welcoming visitors.

 

在Redpath糖厂附近的都市海滩是Claude Cormier and Associates建造的第二个海滩,可以加入多伦多的大型海滩网络。糖是指导的组成细节的概念 – 明亮的粉红色的雨伞,通风管道制作成拐杖糖,彩色条缝合岩石露头在糖果的方式,沙的颜色让人想起原糖,灵感来自这个地方的工业遗产,更准确地说是它的邻居——用甜蜜喷雾染色空气的糖果。这种工业特征与安大略湖无处不在的地平线相结合,让人想起乔治·瑟拉(Georges Seurat,1884年)。毗邻安大略湖和城市天际线,布局由这么多的小丘和岩石创造亲密的地方,给所提出的计划和非计划的事件以较大的空间。代表着多伦多的新兴景观特征,海滩,岩石,树木和游戏使得工业区成为一个新的休闲目的地。

An urban beach near the Redpath sugar refinery is the second beach created by Claude Cormier and Associates to be added to the large network of beaches in Toronto. The concept of sugar that guided the details of composition – umbrellas bursting with rose, ventilation pipes transformed into candy canes, colored strips suttering rock outcrops in the manner of confectionery, sand whose color is reminiscent of raw sugar – s’ Inspired by the industrial heritage of the place and more precisely by its neighbor, the candy that dyes the air with sweet spray. This industrial character combined with the omnipresent horizon of Lake Ontario is reminiscent of Georges Seurat (1884). Adjoining Lake Ontario and the urban skyline, the development consists of hummocks and rocks creating intimate spaces and elevated observation posts, as well as larger spaces for programmed and unplanned events. represents Toronto’s emerging emerging landscape identity, where beaches, rocks, trees and playfulness contribute to making an industrial site a new recreational destination.

 



    

 

    


 

同一场景下,冬天和夏天带来截然不同的两种体验。

 




项目类型:公园
位置:加拿大
完成年份:2010
面积:8500平方米
设计:Hanazaki
客户:多伦多海滨
合作:规划合作伙伴关系,Halsall Associates Limited,市政基础设施集团,Dillon Consulting Limited,ÉclairagePublic,Andrew Jones Design
Project type:Park
Location: Toronto (Ontario), Canada
Completed: 2010
Area:8500 m2
Designer: Hanazaki
Client:WATERFRONT Toronto
Collaboration:The Planning Partnership, Halsall Associates Limited, The Municipal Infrastructure Group, Dillon Consulting Limited, Éclairage Public, Andrew Jones Design

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