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NOT BAD：该项目前身是上世纪70年代著名建筑师Karel Prager设计的布拉格设计院，历史上这里曾属于中世纪修道院建筑群的轰炸区。该建筑由“三个深色几何体”组成，其中上两个做出了挑高层，并且外观上采用了较底座颜色更浅的反光材质。90年代初在院内大型展览馆（“ Baucenter”）办过几次展览后，就一直闲置，CAMP的建立也旨在让它重获生机。
NOT BAD：The Center for Architecture and Metropolitan Planning resides in a building designed in the 60s and built in the 70s by the significant architect Karel Prager, located in the bombarded section of a medieval monastery complex. A set of three dark prisms with a light surface shell, elevated above the ground on top of two storey pedestals, served as a facility space for the Design Institute of the City of Prague. The Large exposition hall (the “Baucenter”) was already included in Prager’s concept, however apart from a few expositions in the early 90s, the space never served its original purpose until the opening of CAMP.
The entrance hall and café are a node point for both halls and offer enough dispersion space, easing orientation and allowing a view into both halls. In case of a large event, this allows a “pouring” of a program from one space into another in order to allow their spatial qualities to synergically complement each other.
▼入口大厅和咖啡厅 the entrance hall & café
Even though the project was not a general reconstruction of the building complex, during the process of designing CAMP, great importance was appointed to the conservation of the original architecture by Karel Prager. Notably, in the case of the two halls, a great deal of effort was given to make use of their generous spaces and to maximize the palette of usage they offered. Thus, two multi-functional halls that are the core of CAMP were created. First came the disposal of unintended installations and partitions and the designing of a new system of division into exposition and service spaces. The original high-quality materials of ceramic wall tiles and limestone floors emerging from the interior into the exterior were excavated from under layers of later-on additional installments. On the contrary, all the newly designed elements and layers were placed as clearly identifiable and contrasting.
The larger “black” hall with the capacity of up to 250 visitors, completely blocked of daylight, is dominated by a panorama projection surface of 24×4 meters with an 8K resolution. This projection surface offers new possibilities in terms of working with images and, aside from audiovisual tracks accompanying expositions and lectures, provides also, for example, a 1:1 scale simulation of an urban city space.
▼“黑色”大厅 The“black” hall
▼黑色大厅全景投影屏 The panorama projection in “black” hall
Annexed to this hall is a small arena used for discussions, smaller lectures or a movie theater.
▼偏厅 the annexed hall
The library, along with the study hall and bookstore, is on the back side of the projection wall. It gets plenty of sunlight from the generous glass atrium that lies in the center of Prager’s blocks.
▼书店 the bookstore
The “white” conference hall is in a counterbalance to the dark exposition hall, with its munificent three-sided transparent surfaces. It is convenient for conferences, group meetings, presentations or specific expositions that can endure the flood of sunlight.
▼“白色”厅 the “white” hall
The interior of CAMP was created in a close collaboration with the authors of its visual identity and therefore can be considered its primary and key application. This concept is based on points in a square grid whose base subject is the work with scaling and density. The fundamental application of this grid in the interior is derived from the format of the original ceramic tiles, a dominant and authentic element of Prager’s architecture. Node points in the grid are materialized by atypical stainless steel screws and nuts creating shiny cylindrical joints. These serve as an anchor system for exposition panels, furniture joints or as space navigation.
项目地点：Vyšehradská 51, Prague, Czech Republic
概念作者：Adam Gebrian, Eugen Liška, Adam Švejda
建筑设计师：Benedikt Markel, Dominik Saitl
合作设计师：Martina Požárová, Vilém Kocáb
投资方：City of Prague
施工方：Prague Institute of Planning and Development | www.iprpraha.cz
摄影师：BoysPlayNice | www.boysplaynice.com | firstname.lastname@example.org
视觉识别：Ex Lovers & Martin Groch
视听演示：st.dio (Josef Kortan, Jakub Roček)
灯光：Ateliér světlené techniky (Ladislav Tikovský)
电力：Apollo Art (Jaroslav Zuna)
Project location：Vyšehradská 51, Prague, Czech Republic
Gross floor area：1100 ㎡
Concept authors ：Adam Gebrian, Eugen Liška, Adam Švejda
Architectural studio：NOT BAD
Architects：Benedikt Markel, Dominik Saitl
Collaborators：Martina Požárová, Vilém Kocáb
Investor：City of Prague
Implementer：Prague Institute of Planning and Development | www.iprpraha.cz
Photo credits：BoysPlayNice | www.boysplaynice.com | email@example.com
Visual identity：Ex Lovers & Martin Groch
AV presentation：st.dio (Josef Kortan, Jakub Roček)
Lighting：Ateliér světlené techniky (Ladislav Tikovský)
Electrics：Apollo Art (Jaroslav Zuna)
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