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BIG:BIG 对塞维利亚联合研究中心(Joint Research Centre,后文简称JRC)的设计方案受到西班牙南部城市建筑风格的启发,实现了 JRC 的使命,即突破可持续发展的界限,融合欧洲对新包豪斯倡议的愿景,并为工作空间树立新标杆以适应研究中心在未来的需求,增强协作和创造力。

BIG:BIG’s design proposal for the Joint Research Centre in Seville inspired by the architectural vernacular of the southern Spanish city, delivers on JRC’s commitment to sustainability, unites the European vision of the New Bauhaus initiative, and establishes a new benchmark for workspace that empowers knowledge sharing, collaboration and co-creation.


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为欧盟委员会建造的 9900 平方米的新建筑位于卡图哈岛上92年塞维利亚世博会的原址,与塞维利亚市到 2025 年成为全球可持续发展的目标相关,并符合eCitySevilla 项目脱碳的愿景,推动卡图哈岛拥有 100% 可再生能源。 JRC 大楼将容纳 12个研究单位,辅助设施,以及公用和私用户外空间。本次国际设计竞赛于2021年拉开帷幕,有66家建筑事务所参加。JRC大楼预计于2024年破土动工。

“在我们着手于新的欧洲包豪斯实验室的同时,我们非常荣幸地揭晓位于塞维利亚的新 JRC,它的设计令人难以置信。 “NEB 实验室”旨在为绿色转型创造有利条件,推动切实转型。 JRC 则是验证我们“言出必行”的好机会。这座大楼将成为首批完全受新欧洲包豪斯价值观启发的建筑之一,实现最大的能源效率和生命周期可持续性,这对现在来说十分重要。” JRC 总监Stephen Quest说道。

Located at the former Sevilla EXPO ́92 site, in Isla de la Cartuja, the new 9900 m2 building for the European Commission, ties into the City of Sevilla’s goal to become a global benchmark for sustainability by 2025 and the local vision of the eCitySevilla project to decarbonize and transition Isla de la Cartuja to 100% renewable energy sources. The JRC building will house 12 research units and supporting functions as well as public and private outdoor spaces. The international design competition kicked off in 2021 with 66 offices competing for the project, expected to break ground in 2024.

“We are extremely excited to announce this incredible design for the new JRC site in Seville as we launch the New European Bauhaus Lab. The “NEB Lab” aims to create enabling conditions for the green transition and drive tangible transformation on the ground. The new building for the JRC Seville site is the ideal opportunity for us to “walk the talk”. The future building will be one of the first examples of architecture entirely inspired by the values of the New European Bauhaus, while achieving maximum energy efficiency and life cycle sustainability, an issue of outmost importance today.” Stephen Quest, JRC Director General.





“我们通过对塞维利亚联合研究中心的设计,试图让建筑的可持续性能推动建筑美学,不仅增强建筑的功能性,而且使其更适合居住和更美观 ,是一种全新的安达卢西亚环境,”Bjarke Ingels 说道, “我作为建筑师曾经在安达卢西亚学习过,后来回到了巴塞罗那的 ETSAB,现在在巴塞罗那拥有一个 50 人的 BIG 建筑事务所分公司,这个项目感觉让我转了一个圆圈,它串起了过去与未来。”

Inspired by the shaded plazas and streets of Seville, BIG proposes to cover the entire project site with a cloud of solar canopies sheltering the plaza, garden, and research building underneath, akin to the pergolas typical to Seville. The canopies consist of square lightweight PV sheets supported by a forest of slender columns. The roofscape cascades down from the center of the site to a human scale height at its periphery creating a variety of public spaces underneath it.

“With our design for the Joint Research Centre in Seville, more than anything, we have attempted to allow the sustainable performance of the building to drive an architectural aesthetic that not only makes the building perform better but also makes it more inhabitable and more beautiful – a new Andalusian environmental vernacular,” said Bjarke Ingels.” Having started my studies as an architect in Andalusia and later returning to ETSAB in Barcelona, to now having a 50-person BIG office in Barcelona, this project feels like coming full circle.”




BIG 提议在正交场地的对角线上建造一座新建筑,这能够连接JRC与Jardin Americano河滨长廊,以及 Torre Sevilla 购物中心,形成一个既可作广场又可作长廊的连续而统一的公共空间。此外,穿过场地,一侧是一个公共广场,另一侧是 JRC 社区的一个私人花园。

Underneath, the new Joint Research Centre building is positioned diagonally across the site to connect the JRC directly to the ‘Jardin Americano’ river-front and the Torre Sevilla market in a seamless continuous public space that is both plaza and promenade. Placing the building diagonally also creates a new public square on one side of the building and a private garden for the JRC community on the other.


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“当我们在查看塞维利亚的场地并阅读 JRC 雄心勃勃的目标时,我们意识到需要创造一种超越JRC既定要求的新型建筑——一个能够成为可持续发展,未来公共空间和工作环境的指针——一个为塞维利亚的社会和文化量身定制和演变的生态系统。” BIG巴塞罗那分公司合伙人Joao Albequerque说道。

新JRC 大楼的内部由公共设施组成,例如:一楼的餐饮、会议中心和社交空间,以及位于较高楼层的办公室和研究单位,把它们安排在高层可以确保隐私和安全。用于合作的工作区面向广场,需要深度集中工作的区域面向花园。布局设计可根据 JRC 未来的需求进行灵活调整。

The floorplates of the research centre step back as the building ascends, creating a series of terraces, shaded outdoor spaces for breakouts, relaxation, and informal meetings with views of the city.

“When we visited the site in Seville last year and carefully reviewed JRC’s ambitious goals, we realized the potential to not only meet but exceed the requirements of the new JRC by creating a new breed of building – one that could become a beacon for sustainability, the future of public space and work environment – a single system tailored to Seville’s social and physical vernacular.” Joao Albuquerque, Partner, BIG Barcelona.

Inside, the functions of the new JRC building are organized with public program and amenities such as dining, a conference center and social spaces on the ground floor, while the offices and research units occupy the upper floors for privacy and security. The collaborative workplaces face the plaza, while the deep-focus workspaces face the garden. The proposed layout is designed to be entirely flexible and adaptable according to any future needs of the JRC.


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Following the building geometry and modularity two diagonal voids connect all levels of the building, encouraging physical movement as well as social interaction and informal meetings. JRC staff and visitors will be more likely to take the stairs, increasing the chance of meetings and encounters between colleagues.





该设计优先选用当地的材料,如石灰石、木材和瓷砖。建筑由低碳混凝土构成,可减少高达 30% 的二氧化碳排放量,另外,整个凉棚由回收的钢铁制成。室外的花园、绿化和水元素旨在减少/消除热岛效应并创造舒适的微气候。

The passive design of the building through its shallow floorplate and constant shading under the pergola cloud enables natural cross ventilation and ideal light qualities, reducing the energy consumption typically used on artificial lightening, air conditioning and mechanical ventilation.

The design prioritizes locally sourced materials, such as limestone, wood, and ceramic tiling. The building structure is low-carbon concrete, reducing up to 30% of typical CO2 emissions, while the pergola cloud is made from recycled steel. Gardens, greenery from the region, and water elements in the outdoor environment seek to reduce/eliminate the heat island effect and create a comfortable microclimate.


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名称:塞维利亚 JRC
客户:联合研究中心, 欧盟委员会
合作者:Buro Happold(MEP &工程 &可持续发展)、HCP建筑&工程(当地建筑公司)、Grupo Argenia(当地MEP)、Play-Time &Fusao(视觉)

负责合伙人:Bjarke Ingels, João Albuquerque
项目经理:Stefani Fachini de Araujo
团队成员:Hanna Ida Johansson, Nir Leshem, Gonzalo Coronado, Jose Carbonell, Miquel Perez, Luca Fabbri, Matthew Reger, Elena Ceribelli, Pietro Saccardi, Raphaël Logan, Saina Abdollahzadeh
BIG景观:Giulia Frittoli

Name: JRC Sevilla
Size: 9900 m2 GFA
Location: Seville, Spain
Client: Joint Research Centre, European Commission
Collaborators: Buro Happold (MEP & Structural Engineering & Sustainability), HCP Architecture & Engineering (Local Architect), Grupo Argenia (Local MEP), Play-Time & Fusao (Visuals)

Partners-in-charge: Bjarke Ingels, João Albuquerque
Project Leader: Stefani Fachini de Araujo
Project Manager: Angel Barreno Gutiérrez
Team: Hanna Ida Johansson, Nir Leshem, Gonzalo Coronado, Jose Carbonell, Miquel Perez, Luca Fabbri, Matthew Reger, Elena Ceribelli, Pietro Saccardi, Raphaël Logan, Saina Abdollahzadeh
BIG Landscape: Giulia Frittoli



审稿编辑:Via Wang

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