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Hello Wood：在时隔三年之后，Hello Wood夏季建造节将于今年7月正式回归。在这个特殊的时刻，本文从历年的150多个项目中选择了10个值得关注的项目，带你回顾其漫长而迷人的历史。
由Hello Wood发起的艺术夏令营（夏季建造节）不仅提供了一个讨论、创新和交流知识的平台，并为学生和年轻的专业人士提供体验建造过程的机会。在这个公共的平台上，不同年代、不同文化、学术和专业背景的设计师和艺术家都可以进行交流和共同创造。自2010年以来，Hello Wood建造节已经有来自70多个国家和50多所大学的1000多名参与者，他们共同建造了150多个项目。
2023年，Hello Wood将组织其历史上最大的艺术节——建造者峰会(Builder Summit)，该活动将在Zalahaláp的末世矿区举行。这一次，除了木制建筑，活动还将实施大地艺术项目，以及数字建筑：AR和虚拟空间项目。
Hello Wood: Builders rejoice! After a three-year hiatus, the Hello Wood Summer School and Festival, which has been around for more than ten years, is returning this July. For this special occasion, 10 noteworthy projects were chosen to give you a glimpse of its long and fascinating history.
Since 2010 Hello Wood’s art camp has grown into a major international summer school & festival for students in architecture and design. It promotes the construction process as a platform for discussion, innovation, and exchanging knowledge and provides an opportunity for students and young professionals to experience the process of building (of projects, themselves and a community). On this democratic platform different generations, designers and artists with various cultural, academic and professional backgrounds can connect and co-create. Throughout the years, the Hello Wood Festival has counted more than 1000 participants from across 70 countries and over 50 universities and together they built more than 150 projects.
In 2023 Hello Wood is organizing the biggest art festival in its history, the Builder Summit, which is going to take place in the post-apocalyptic mine of Zalahaláp. This time it’s not only wooden architecture but they are also going to implement land art projects and allow space for digital architecture: AR and metaverse projects are welcomed.
01 Corn-walk (2014, Play with Balance)
团队领导：Juhász Ákos, Eke Dániel (HU)
设计团队：Kata Bóta, Milán Bokor, Lucas Facer, Katalin Gencsi, Kylén Eeva, Guilherme Leick, Anna Petrovicz, Róbert Tóth
This time around the challenge from the organizers was to “play with balance” which generated ideas that investigated the balance between opposing concepts. Set in the bucolic fields of Csórompuszta in the Hungarian countryside, this site-specific installation soared over the cornfield facing where the sun sets. The work was created from ordinary repeating A-frames of gradually changing length. It created a prominent feature on the sloped site until it completely merged in with the tall crops.
02 Inventory (2016, Project Village)
团队领导：András Cseh, Endre Ványolós, Áron Vass-Eysen
设计团队：Florian Gabriel, Maelys Garreau, Panna Petró, Emese Burista, Máté Jambrik, Bianka Bíró, Mercedes Palacio
2016 was the second year of Project Village, a three-year-long quest challenging participants to build their very own settlement, the rural campus for the summer school of Hello Wood. The ‘Inventory’ project marked the event of arrival through mundane yet iconic material proofs. Placed by the entrance on the edge of the campus, it awaited the campers to pass through both ways, leaving one world behind and gearing up for the adventures to come.
03 Project Villa (2016, Project Village 2)
团队领导：Áron Baki, Csongor Egyed, Máté Gadolla, Márton Kőműves, Ákos Szabó, Ákos Takács (BuildunBuilt)
设计团队：Pablo González Serna, Marta Zabik, Sylvia Winter, Angela Recasens Estrada, Yushi Zhang, Aleksandra Sudnikovich, Anna Raczynska, Makai Luca
The Buildunbuilt team’s interests lay in the question of contemporary housing and the relevance and future of prototyping. They pursued extensive research on the local history of prototyping as a technology for facilitating and defining social and aesthetic change. Project Villa was the first prototype house in the history of the camp and it also functioned as a lookout spot. Those who climbed to the top were able to enjoy and take in a stunning panoramic view of the surrounding countryside.
04 I am a monument (2017, Project Village 3)
团队领导：Josep Garriga Tarres, Patxi Martin, Natalia Vera Vigaray (OfficeShophouse)
设计团队：Aloutsanidis Vasilis, Lance Macadangdang, Rogier Tamminga, Hena Wang, Darya Moatazed-Keivani, Berta Ballestin, Lara Gonzalez, Pyeori Jung, Charlotte Cocking, Zhao Zhou, Fábián Villányi, Ruairidh Murdock, Gabrielle Sanchez, Trevor McClelland
‘I am a monument’ was a new take on the Project Villa from the previous Hello Wood camp. A roof and an upper floor with side walls have been built onto the existing stilts providing shade and refuge. The builders used their own ideas to improve the existing structure while they also respected its original features. This approach is in line with the architectural principle which states that a building is never finished – over time it is always transformed according to the needs of those using and renovating it. The name honors the previous builders’ efforts.
05 The Tower (2017, Project Village 3)
团队领导：Bence Pásztor, Dávid Tarcali, Soma Pongor (Studio Nomad)
设计团队：Claudio Parada Nunes, Paula Prkacin, Sandra Przepiórkowska, Botond Gazda, Josef Vild, Josine Vos, Sabrah Islam, Riccardo Gialloreto, Ádám Tóth, Anna Smołko
This archetypical work was a symbol of continuity in time and space connecting the past and the present. When climbing the viewing tower, one could not only see the Hello Wood campsite with its new structures from that year but also glance back at Csórompuszta, the former site of the Project Village. It also preserved the past: the shape of the top of the tower was reminiscent of chimneys in the village, and wood from earlier projects was also built in it.
06 Hello Wool (2018, Cabinfever)
团队领导：Lukács Szederkényi, Dénes Emil Ghyczy, Marton Low
设计团队：Dóra Riederauer, Márk Winkler, Alžběta Brůhová, Harriet Dyke, Lenneke Slangen, Tina Peirlinck
2018年的Cabin Fever是最令人难忘的一次Hello Wood建造节之一，也在匈牙利掀起了小屋建造的热潮。
Cabinfever was one of the most memorable Hello Wood festivals that also launched the tiny house craze in Hungary.
The ‘Hello Wool’ was a metal-clad, wool-insulated cabin specially designed for use by one person – a space for getting away from it all and getting lost in your thoughts. Two layers of wool covered the retreat – this way the inner layer always stayed dry, and free of insects. Wool is an excellent insulating material keeping out the heat and the cold as well. The tin-roofed building has been designed so that the warm air of the rooftop area escapes via a chimney-like vent and the tiny holes in the wood panels around it.
07 Treehouse (2018, Cabinfever)
团队领导：Pascal Deschenaux, Aziz Temel, Francesco Borghini
设计团队：Maria Victoria Gracia, Miranda Rigby, Kam Lai Man, Nguyen Hoang Minh, Jack Bowen, Igor Nesterov, Katarina Martonakova, Hugh Gibbs, Evgeny Makarenko, Nanu Youttananukorn, Anna Varga-Kardos, Karolina Krzyzanowska, Alice Kim, Laia Bramona Collet, Fruzsina Karig
An iconic feature in Csóromfölde that still watches over the area. The Treehouse is a haven and functions as a lighthouse for lost travelers.
It is the small details, such as the closed and tilted angles of the sides that define the final look. The inward-leaning triangular walls significantly reduce the interior space in the cabin, so the only way of expanding the living space was to increase the height of the building. Although the building is open on the ground floor, the upper sections accessible by a ladder, are completely closed off so weary travelers can find solitude, and escape the weather outside.
08 Tűzvíznéző (2018, Hungarian Gathering)
团队领导：Tamás Bene, Áron Vass-Eysen
设计团队：Bence Dobos, Veronika Róza Háló, Fanni Hegyi, Lehel Heim, Kitti Krusinszky, Evelin Murczin, Kíra Eszter Szabolcs, Dávid Székely, Imre Szűcs
其中的 Tűzvíznéző 项目位于一座名为Bodrogkisfalu的小镇，过去，这里的许多居民以收集木材为生。如今，一座大坝将村庄与博德格（Bodrog）河隔开，雨水收集池也被遗弃。参加活动的学生们在这个废弃的池塘上建造了一个休息点：他们在泥土上放置了漂浮的木结构，并在木结构的上方安置了一个椭圆形的甲板，还在甲板中间设计了一个用红砖制成的壁炉。该装置完全采用当地传统材料建造而成，将河流和小湖泊与村庄的结构重新连接起来。
Hello Wood held the Hungarian Gathering of 2018 in the Tokaj wine region. The program, which brought together 10 educational institutions from Hungary, saw universities build wooden installations in 8 towns in the region over the course of a week.
The MOME’s project was completed in Bodrogkisfalu, many of whose former inhabitants used to collect wood for their livelihoods. Today, a dam separates the village from the river Bodrog and the rainwater harvesting pond has been abandoned. The students built a resting spot on this pond: they placed floating wooden structures in the mud that holds an elliptical deck with a fireplace made of chamotte bricks. The installation, made of traditional local materials, reconnects the river and the small lake to the fabric of the village.
09 We Mask (2019, Carnival)
团队领导：Natalia Vera Vigaray, Patxi Martin, Josep Garriga Tarres (Office Shophouse), Alžběta Brůhová, Tina Peirlinck
设计团队：Leva Davulyte, Lucie Blanchot, Charnjeev Kang, Daniel Menšík
WeMask was a performative structure that relies on its participants – who will hold up the straw roof – to achieve its vision of collectiveness. Only then the cone become a structure, a representation of how a community must work together to achieve its goals.
On top of its message, the team behind the project was also devoted to sustainable construction, with the roof constructed solely of materials gathered on-site and without the use of any electrical tools.
10 Ginga (2020, Superposición – Argentina)
领导人: Giovanna Taques, Guilherme Schmitt, Victor Escorsin, João Vitor Sarturi
Hello Wood的影响也跨越了国界，2017年，阿根廷仿照匈牙利模式，组织了其国内的第一个Hello Wood营地。
该项目（Ginga）试图体现2020年阿根廷版Hello Wood建造节的叠加概念。Ginga是一个邀请具有丰富文化和专业背景的Hello Wood参与者进行思想交流的舞，旨在促进丰富的交流，并提供一个休闲、聚会和永久性的空间体验。在夜间，舞台中央的灯光将空间照亮并染成红色，产生阴影和不同的感知体验，从而引起人们的好奇心。
Hello Wood also expanded across borders and in 2017 Argentina organized its first Hello Wood camp, following the Hungarian model.
The Ginga project sought to bring meaning to the Superposition concept of the 2020 edition of Hello Wood Argentina. Ginga is a stage that invites Hello Wood participants from rich cultural and professional backgrounds to exchange ideas. It was intended to promote multiple encounters and provided an experience as a space for leisure, conference, and permanence. During the night, the central lamp illuminates and dyes the space in red, generating shadows and different perceptions thus drawing curiosity. ‘Gingar’ is the basic movement of capoeira, a Brazilian martial art, and it is deeply related to the idea of moving harmoniously.
About Hello Wood
Hello Wood is an international architecture studio specialising in designing, building and developing unique resorts, spectacular cabins, lovable buildings and more.
Their studio projects are driven by innovation, social responsibility and an unwavering passion for great design. Hello Wood aims to bring architecture closer to the general public. They work with wood and other sustainable materials to create buildings that are not only artistic but also eco-friendly and socially relevant. Hello Wood started out as an art camp in 2010. Today it exists both as a creative architecture and design studio and an educational platform for architectural dialogue and experimentation.
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