Belzberg Architects:有时候,你只需要一个放松和放松的地方,这正是Belzberg Architects的建筑师为加州癌症治疗和研究中心设计的。随着医疗保健的发展,我们对健康和幸福的理解也在不断发展。最近,人们转向了一种更全面的健康生活方式,包括身体和精神健康,以及我们与环境的关系作为预防措施。对于霍普城(City of Hope)的展馆(CoH)——一个领先的癌症、糖尿病和其他危及生命的疾病的研究和治疗中心——我们的团队不仅在校园中引入了一种新的建筑语言,而且还设计了支持和鼓励健康的环境。

Belzberg Architects:Sometimes, you just need a place to relax and unwind, which is exactly what Belzberg Architects have designed for this cancer treatment and research center in California.As healthcare has evolved, so too has our understanding of health and well-being. More recently, there has been a shift towards a more holistic approach to healthy living that includes mental and spiritual well-being, and our relationship to the environment as preventative measures. For The Pavilion at the City of Hope (CoH), a leading research and treatment center for cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases, our team set out to not only introduce a new architectural language on campus, but to also design environments that would support and encourage wellness.

 

完成的项目是一个室外的庭院空间,游客可以在树荫下呼吸新鲜空气。在两堵混凝土墙的表面安装了75个led背光板,以突出该设施的许多里程碑,同时为休憩、静坐留下空间。

The finished project is an outdoor sanctuary where visitors can enjoy fresh air while being protected by the shade of the tree. 75 plaques backlit with LEDS have been installed along the surface of both concrete walls to highlight the facility’s many milestones while leaving room for future accomplishments to be added.

 

位于加州Duarte的设计团队受到了中心发现的“许愿树”的启发,这些许愿树在树枝上绑有数百条个人留言,表达对亲人健康的希望。

新项目包括两座用于展览、活动和办公的建筑,围绕着一棵已有百年历史的香樟树。

Located in Duarte, California, the design team was inspired by the “wishing trees” found across the campus that hold hundreds of personal notes tied to branches with messages of hope for the health of loved ones.
The new project, which comprises of two buildings that will be used for exhibits, events and offices, wrap around an existing century-old camphor tree.

展馆是由LEED platin认证的多用途空间,位于CoH Duarte校区的中心地带,为展览、活动、行政办公室和仓库增加了7000平方英尺的新空间。项目利用景观来塑造建筑形式,反之亦然。室内由两幢建筑组成,围绕着一棵有百年历史的樟脑树,营造出一个私密的室外庇护所,象征着柯氏历史遗迹的联系。两堵波涛汹涌、蜿蜒的混凝土墙保护着展馆两侧的入口,同时巧妙地弯曲和弯曲,创造出一个座位,面向树木周围不规则的长方形长凳。在两堵混凝土墙的表面,有75块背光LED板,这也突出了希望之城的许多里程碑,同时也为未来的成就留下了空间。建筑向北的开放避免了过多的热量的增加和暴露,但也导致了更多的耐旱种植,在居住者和室外之间建立了牢固的联系。

The Pavilion is a LEED Platinum-certified, multi-use space at the heart of the CoH’s Duarte campus adding 7,000 square feet of new space for exhibits, events, administrative offices, and storage. The project uses the landscape to shape the built form and vice versa. The interior comprises two buildings that wrap around a century-old camphor tree to create an intimate, outdoor sanctuary that represents the nexus of CoH’s historic grounds. Two billowing, sinuous concrete walls protect the entrances to either side of the Pavilion while subtly genuflecting and twisting to create seating to face an irregular, oblong bench around the tree. 75 backlit LED plaques along the surface of both concrete walls also highlight the City of Hope’s many milestones while leaving room for future accomplishments to be added. The buildings’ openness to the north avoids excessive heat gain and exposure, but also led to additional drought-tolerant planting to draw a strong connection between the occupants and the outdoors.

 

展馆的位置在外墙网格上重新排列了一个离轴的长廊,同时也隐喻了世界各地的“许愿树”的传统。它继续吸引着整个霍普市社区的游客,为人们提供休息和反思的场所,以支持康复和健康。

The Pavilion’s location re-aligns an off-axis promenade on the campus grid while alluding to the tradition of ‘wishing trees’ found elsewhere on campus and around the world. It continues to draw visitors from across the City of Hope’s community, offering respite and a place for reflection to support healing and wellness.

 

   

状态:2014
地点:加州霍普市杜阿尔特,美国
项目类型:文化;馆,活动空间
建筑类型:新
大小:7000㎡
可持续发展能力:LEED Platinum
统筹:Hagy Belzberg
项目经理:丹尼尔Rentsch
项目团队:阿什利·库恩,大卫·张,克里斯托弗·恩岑,安德鲁·金,克里斯·里斯,克里斯·桑福德,苏珊·恩万卡帕
建筑师:Belzberg Architects
照片:布鲁斯Damonte

Status: Completed 2014
Location: Duarte, CA,City of Hope, California
Project Type: Cultural; Pavilion, Event-space
Building Type: New
Size: 7000 sf
Sustainability Credentials: LEED Platinum
Principal: Hagy Belzberg
Project Manager: Daniel Rentsch
Project Team: Ashley Coon, David Cheung, Christopher Arntzen, Andrew Kim, Kris Leese, Chris Sanford, Susan Nwankpa
Architect: Belzberg Architects
Photo: Bruce Damonte

2016年洛杉矶商业委员会建筑奖 – 医疗保健类别
2015年建筑师报纸最佳设计奖:年度建筑 – 荣誉奖
2013年芝加哥雅典娜美国建筑奖:建筑与设计博物馆和欧洲建筑艺术设计与城市研究中心
2012年美国建筑师协会| LA Next LA Awards – Citation Award

2016 Los Angeles Business Council Architectural Awards – Healthcare category
2015 The Architect’s Newspaper Best of Design Awards: Building of the Year – Honorable Mention
2013 The American Architecture Award from the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies
2012 AIA|LA Next LA Awards – Citation Award

 

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