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Blue Temple: The construction serves 2 different functions. On one side, the school playground becomes an interactive and playful surface, a sort of ribbon that starts as a floor and morphs into a roof, kids can play on top, around and underneath the structure. On the other side, the design is addressing an unconsidered and informal public space in the city; an above ground water pipeline that over time became a pedestrian highway; by providing it with lighting at night for safety and aesthetic purposes, the structure also stands in the landscape as a sculpture, a landmark to create a sense of place.
▼像丝带一样从地板延伸到屋顶 A sort of ribbon that starts as a floor and morphs into a roof
▼地上水管 The above ground water pipeline
我们的项目得到了香港设计信托基金的资助，因此得以成型。我们与缅甸竹子技术员Kyaw Zin Latt合作，他也是“缅甸人类栖息地”的承包商。他参与了结构的设计，并建议使用不同的接头，选择合适的竹子品种，在施工之前将一些想法做成1:1的原型。
Our project received a seed grant from Design Trust in Hong Kong that allowed the project to take shape. We worked together with Kyaw Zin Latt, a Myanmar bamboo technician, also contractor for ‘Habitat for Humanity Myanmar’. He was also involved in the design of the structure, by either suggesting different joints to be used, which bamboo species were appropriate, prototyping some ideas 1:1 scale before the construction.
▼竹子间的不同接头 Different joints between bamboos
In order to make the construction process easier for the workers, we decided not to draw any documents, but to rely only on an architecture model as a construction document. The 1:50 scale model was used to visualize the structure, write down measurements and draw small diagrams to explain construction details.
▼1:50 比例模型 The 1:50 scale model
▼施工细节 Construction details
The school allocated to our project a space that was at the border of the central open space that was mostly used by boys to play soccer. Our designated space was literally a rubbish dump behind the school bathroom. We had to spend an entire week cleaning up and dispose of the trash. By transforming the most problematic part of the school into a very desirable space for the kids, the limited space for recreational purposes was optimized in the school.
▼孩子们的娱乐空间 Recreational space of kids
The concept was to create a micro narrative as a series of imagination-fueled, self-directed games into a kind of parkour. The games give the children the freedom of exploring a multitude of ways of engagement. Both ends of the ribbon-like structure are inviting and welcoming the kids to come and play. One end starts as a bamboo mat floor right under a beautiful tree, the other as a tilted pergola.
▼竹席地板 The bamboo mat floor
▼倾斜的凉棚 The tilted pergola
The circular shape of the structure contrasts with the architecture of the school and creates a special place on the site and in the minds of the kids, one that is playful and different.
▼圆形的结构与学校的建筑形成对比 The circular shape of the structure contrasts with the architecture of the school
▼总平面图 Master plan
▼竹游乐场平面图 Plan of Bamboo Playground
团队负责人/建筑师 Raphaël Ascoli email@example.com
建筑师 Jared Benevict firstname.lastname@example.org
建筑师 Nyan Linn Htet email@example.com
承包商：Kyaw Zin Latt Monkey Joint (Bamboo Construction) firstname.lastname@example.org
Project name: Bamboo Playground
Completion Year: 2019
Size: 95 m²
Project location: Yangon, Myanmar
Landscape/Architecture Firm: Blue Temple
Contact e-mail: email@example.com
Lead Architects: Raphaël Ascoli
Team leader / Architect Raphaël Ascoli firstname.lastname@example.org
Architect Jared Benevict email@example.com
Architect Nyan Linn Htet firstname.lastname@example.org
Clients: Yangon Middle School
Contractor: Kyaw Zin Latt Monkey Joint (Bamboo Construction) email@example.com
Photo credits: Matias Bercovich
Photographer’s website: https://www.mbercovich.com/
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