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DP Green Pte Ltd：新加坡德威学校是专为不同年龄段学生而设计的。这里所有的设计都是在创建安全、可靠和积极环境的前提下，遵循学校“孩子为先”的指导思想。景观在其空间规划、景观设计和材料选择的各个阶段，也都围绕着孩子们从幼年到初中和高中的需求而设计。
DP Green Pte Ltd：The Dulwich College Singapore campus was designed to cater to students of varying ages. All design aspect follows the college’s guiding statement of ‘Children Come First’, when it comes to providing a safe, secure and stimulating environment. Throughout the stages of spatial planning, landscaping and material selection, the landscape designers worked with the fundamental concept that revolves around the needs of the children from early years, through junior and senior school.
▼校园总体规划 Overall Plan
自由运动设计原则 Design principle of Free Movement
Research on play-based pedagogy and intensive workshops were conducted over three months with the educators to formulate and curate a landscape environs that is in synergy with the school’s curriculum and goals, while growing with children’s changing needs and interest. The landscape environs are designed to support the evolving nature of play and education as children grow; allowing children to make own choices within fixed, invisible spatial boundaries. Amoeba-like form is elementally employed as a design generator for the landscape design of the early years & junior school. The flexible spaces are open to interpretation on how they can be used. This supports symbolic play and provide spaces for the development of social competence and cognitive skills.
▼设计概念 Design Concept
The landscape design of the senior school, allows free movement yet adds a disciplined approach in spatial use. This caters to the needs for set boundaries for growing teens while still providing explorative space.
幼儿活动区（2-7岁）Early Years (2 – 7 Years Old)
In early childhood years, individual play with adult supervision is preferred and often with experimentation on touch, sight and sound. As they develop psycho- motor skills, enjoy activities with abstract elements. With the onset of social awareness, group play takes place more frequently, thereby fostering interpersonal relationships and sociability. The landscaped spaces designed for this age group, are meant to facilitate social and motor skill development. The outdoor classrooms, playfields on 2nd-4th storeys and the rooftop Traffic Rule Garden were designed with the concept of free movement and abstract play. Mounded islands of various landscape themes were designed to encourage exploration and social interaction.
▼室外教室 The outdoor classrooms
▼屋顶交通规则教育花园 The Rooftop Traffic Rule Garden
小学（7-11岁）Junior School (7 – 11 Years Old)
Children of this age group gravitate towards activities involving movement and action, namely developing organisational and physical skills. They enjoy testing dexterity with elements such as climbing nets and other complex structures using different motor responses. As they move towards pre-adolescence, they opt for grouping together without adult supervision or interference from younger children. They also like to demonstrate their power of balance and coordination. Structured games with objective rules, played in groups or teams, tend to predominate for this age group.
The landscape nodes and programmes are centrally placed in the shared courtyard to encourage active participation and bonding. Independent play structures such as the Play Curl and Tree House are designed for children in the junior school. The Rugby Field and play field are located nearby to facilitate playing of structured games.
▼独立游戏结构 Independent Play Structures
中学（11-18岁）Senior School (11 – 18 Years Old)
In the teenage years, play revolves around social activities and interaction. A sense of self-identity is developing with increased feelings of independence. The landscape design while still allowing free movement, adds a disciplined approach in spatial use, creating a set of boundaries while fostering room for exploration. Various social space sizes for interaction and/or solitude are carefully located. The landscape design curated at this Courtyard presents a graphic collection of socio-activity pods, allowing students to interact freely and develop their minds outside the classroom. The Courtyard has a special place and space for everyone with its pods allowing a myriad of activities for an individual or as a group. ‘Dots’ or circular planting holes in the Courtyard hardscape are planted with mono- species, as a flora collection for education and interest, whilst trees define activity circles and create a conducive atmosphere.
▼中学区庭院景观 Senior School courtyard landscape
种植策略 Planting Strategy
Children are our future stewards of earth. Enabling children to be comfortable with the outdoors is to surround them with the wonders of nature. The overall softscape design is inspired by the tropical forest and its habitats where children can discover a myriad of 100 flora species of different sizes, colours and textures. Close proximity to high biodiverse Tengah forest and Jurong Lake district, aids to enrich the school’s biodiversity by introducing butterfly and bird attracting plant species. The Leaf Area Index achieved is at least 22ha on a 5ha site, with a 4.9 green plot ratio creating a lush verdant campus.
▼植物设计效果图 Plant Design Rnderings
▼绿色校园 A Lush Verdant Campus
The shared cafeteria has a welcoming alfresco dining terrace shaded by a tree grove of Caesalpinea trees and a 40m long by 6m high green wall. With the changing seasons from summer or monsoon, children are exposed to varied flora species range that add much texture and colour interest in the ever- changing landscape.
▼绿墙立面图 Greenwall Elevation
▼露天用餐平台 Alfresco Dining Terrace
景观设计：DP Green Pte Ltd
建筑设计：DP Architects Pte Ltd
墙体绿化顾问：Greenology Pte Ltd
图片：Tuckys摄影，由DP Green Pte Ltd提供
Landscape Architect: DP Green Pte Ltd
Architect: DP Architects Pte Ltd
Playground design: Playpoint (Singapore) Pte Ltd
Greenwall Consultant: Greenology Pte Ltd
COMPLETION YEAR: 2014
IMAGE CREDITS: Tuckys Photography courtesy of DP Green Pte Ltd
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