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TEAM_BLDG: Jan Gale once wrote in his book LIFE BETWEEN BUILDINGS: Enables one to move easily and confidently; get enjoyment from space, architecture and urban; be able to meet someone and have the gathering —— informal or organized. These requirements are the most basic; they simply require a better and more suitable environment for daily life. They are always valuable and irreplaceable, or a beginning.”
▽配套公共服务空间与体育公园面朝珠江 The Public Service Center and Sports Park faces the Pearl River.
洲渚岸边公共形象的“伏”现 The “hidden” appearance of a public image on the shore of Pazhou island
During the Wanli era of Ming Dynasty, Pazhou was still an island surrounded by water of the Pearl River. Today, Pazhou has transformed from a trade island into the core region of Guangzhou’s artificial intelligence and digital economy experiments. It was spring when we first arrived in Pazhou. Looking around, we found ourselves at the south bank of the Pearl River with modern buildings piled up, exquisite boxes towering into the clouds. And the waterfront landscape has been there already.
▽从珠江上空眺望“沃土” A view of “The Earth” from the Pearl River.
Here locates our project, a public service center of the sports park by the Pearl River, with the function of reception, resting rooms, public toilets etc. The sports park faces the Pearl River and backs to dense urban complex like the Poly Building, and InterContinental Hotel. Looking down from above, the park is born with water and full of green. Therefore, the first purport of our design is to create a “hidden” public service space that “grows” from the earth and fit in the surrounding landscape.
▽从高空俯瞰“沃土”，项目与滨水景观自然融合Overlooking“The Earth” from the sky, the project blends with the waterfront landscape.
▽不同功能的空间隐于沃土之下，白色壁垒起伏。咨询厅与小径入口则具有一定的标识性The different functional spaces are hidden under the earth, the barriers are undulating and the reception and entrance have certain identity.
Starting with the existing landscape movement line, our design intents to meet two types of crowd activity: around and through the architecture. Therefore, we “piled up” a naturally raised green space on top of the original landscape, then “cut” it through with paths shaped like a cross.
▽将不同功能的四个体量空间分别置于小径两侧，中央形成秀珍庭院 Four volumes of different functions are placed on both sides of the path to form a garden of beauty.
▽覆土屋面形成自然起伏，空间消隐于青草灌木之间The earthen roof forms natural undulations and the space disappears between grass and shrubs.
Next, we set four spaces of reception, resting room, public toilets and equipment room on both sides of the “cross path” to enclose a transitional pocket courtyard in the middle. With the earth-covered construction, the architecture blends itself into the nature and becomes part of the original landscape of the sports park in a simple manner.
▽内院中央的绿树形成视线集聚，“十字小径”时上时下，引导着人群活动The green trees in the center of the inner courtyard form a cluster of views, and the “Cross Path” goes up and down for leading the crowd.
Meanwhile, as a public service facility, parts like the entrance need to be recognized. So we build up part of the space higher to create a three-dimensional “cross” path. Sky light spreads over the fifth facade, people walk through in twos and threes, and the open paths connect with the original trails. The roof is rolling while the space hidden by grass and shrubs. It’s sedate but accessible.
▽“十字小径”将人群动线引至秀珍庭院，绿树和堆叠的植物掩映其间“Cross Path” lead the crowd to the courtyard, where green trees and stacked plants attract the crowd’s attention.
▽相交的小径和立面白色水磨石材质，呈现自然而粗糙的饰面效果Intersecting paths and white terrazzo materials give a natural and rough facade.
When night falls, the indoor lights pour out from the hole in the white wall, and people’s sight would move between natural and artificial scenery.
由“闹”至“静”的空间氛围沉淀 Space atmosphere from “noisy” to “quiet”
1953年，法国建筑师Jean Prouvé在Petrol Station的设计当中，通过对空间及座椅的设计，赋予公共设施除必要性之外的自发性和社会性活动。回归到本次项目，我们则希望人们可以将其变成他们平日行为活动的一部分，而非完全的剥离。空间内置的咨询、休憩、更衣，厕所等功能，从更加日常化的角度回应使用者的需求，让人们意识到公共厕所不只是一处贴砖的房子。
Have you ever had to use a public toilet? Traditional public toilets have long been opposed and rejected because of single function and negative image. The second purport of our design is to eliminate the deep-rooted negative perception of the public toilets.
In 1953, French architect Jean Prouve designed the Petrol Station. In which, in addition to necessity, public facilities were endowed with spontaneity and social activities through the design of space and seats. In our project, we hope those public facilities become part of people’s daily activities. The built-in functions of reception, rest, changing clothes and toilet, respond to the needs of users from a more daily perspective, so they realize that public toilets are not just bricked rooms.
▽服务中心咨询大厅的灯光初现The light in the reception of the Service Center appears.
The rampart is partly hidden and rolling slightly if watched from a distance. . Stepping into the inner courtyard, the white terrazzo of exterior walls creates a natural rough facade effect with dense stitching process. And the artificial white color emphasizes the “space cutting” that architects did purposely.
Compared with the exterior, we chose plain concrete and brushed stainless steel as the main materials to intervene in the interior. To create “precipitation” and “quiet” atmosphere, we use exposed ceiling and column, as well as furniture and sanitary ware etc., to separate and contrast the inside space with the outside, and achieve a moisture-proof effect at the same time. When people walk in from the noisy and hot outdoors, it creates a visual cooling effect.
▽咨询厅内部裸露在外的素混凝土天花和柱子，在空间氛围上沉淀出“冷”的效果The exposed plain concrete ceiling and columns in the counseling hall create a “chill” atmosphere in the space.
▽公共厕所内部由拉丝不锈钢定制而成的家具与洁具，在视觉上形成“降温”的效果The interior of the public toilets is customised with brushed stainless steel furniture and sanitary fixtures, it creates a visual cooling effect.
设计反思及其存在的潜能 Reflection of design and the potential we see
As an earth-covered architecture in a waterfront landscape, we would like our project to be the extension of the existing landscape in a proper way. However, due to the uncontrollability of the later landscaping, the earth-covered building methods were impeded by the massive planting. In terms of the facade, our scheduled one-piece terrazzo material had to change to terrazzo prefabricated panels due to the timeline and budget, thus the complete and concise effect of the facade was compromised.
▽傍晚十分，都市灯火闪烁。江水广阔，三两行船，建筑外部的白色壁垒在公园里起伏，仿佛自绿色景观“生长而来”The lights of urban flickered in the evening. The river is vast, and the white ramparts outside the architecture rise and fall between the landscape, as if “grown” from the natural scenery.
As the project constructed and buildings piled up, “The Earth” has been “growing” with the environment. While the city renews itself day and night, we are able to witness the process of Pazhou getting better. As a public service space in the waterfront park, “The Earth” seems to have the possibility of “reproduction” on a logical level. Someday, it may “grow” in other parks by other banks with the appearance adopted accordingly.
▽屋顶平面图 ROOF PLAN
▽东立面图 EAST ELEVATION
▽南立面图 SOUTH ELEVATION
▽A-A剖面图 SECTION A-A
▽B-B剖面图 SECTION B-B
▽ 墙身详图 DETAIL DRAWINGS OF THE WALL
项目名称：沃土 | 琶洲保利体育公园服务中心
Project Name: The Earth | Pazhou Poly Sport Park Service Center
Function: Service Center, Public Toilets, Rest Area
Design Period: 2018.05 – 2019.09
Construction Period: 2019.09 – 2019.12
Location: Pazhou Poly Sport Park, Haizhu District, Guangzhou, China
Building Area: 194.8SQM
Architects: Xiao Lei, Shigeno Yuji,Yang Yuqiong, Wang Han, Cao Yi, Eleonora Nucci
Collabrations: AND Office
Owner: Guangzhou Poly
Type: Architecture and Interior
Photographs: Jonathan Leijonhufvud
审稿编辑 Ashley Jen
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