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Carlos Castanheira Architects：有些项目是场地的延伸，也为场地而生。有些项目为自己创建场地。艺术馆改变了场地的山丘，以适应它的结构。我们也适应了这个项目的美妙之处。一种十分强烈的意愿使得设计师在这里实现了这个特殊的设计，所有的挑战都被克服了。
Carlos Castanheira Architects：There are projects that are born both out of their site and for it.There are projects that create the site for themselves. The Art Pavilion modified the hill site and also adapted itself to it. And we all also, adapted ourselves to the beauty of this project. There was a strong will to build this particular idea on that site and all the challenges were overcome.
▼艺术馆 Art Pavilion
The forest pathway makes its way between high concrete walls, rough in texture, but elegant in form. We pass an isolated volume, destined for study and information; the Library. We enter the Art Pavilion as if entering a sculpture that absorbs us and enables us to feel space, light, shade, time and also, what is before and what is beyond.
Inside the space, we look for our own internal, personal infinity. In architecture space is time. In architecture light is defines form. In architecture the route surprises. In architecture rough materials convey elegance. In architecture the function is being there. In architecture the shadow reveals the beauty.
Having come to the end of the route, we are presented with an external view of infinity.
小教堂 | A Chapel
Saya Park lacked a chapel. There were plenty of symbols for meditation and introspection, allowing visitors to experience moments of beauty out in the open. A space of internal beauty was needed. The Chapel building tucks into the hillside, opening up to the East and allowing in the light of the new day. It shares the location with other spaces of great symbolism and emotional significance.
Its geometry is pure, because its function is also pure. As we enter, we are bathed in light from above that penetrates through a small opening. But its effect, its greatness, is startling. Intended for Christian worship, it opens us up to spirituality. Space, time and meditation are great wonders that fit into this little building. As they do in the Soul.
▼剖立面 Section& evaluation
瞭望台 | Belvedere
We cross Saya Park through a pine forest. Taking in the immediate landscape; we are absorbed by Nature. The views are filtered through gnarled branches and low-lying vegetation. A tower built of exposed concrete sits up on a little hill. It is sited above the valley, trying to make it narrower. Curiosity draws us into the tower, to climb and reach the top. On our way up, we pass windows that give views out; fleeting glimpses. At the top a balcony opens to the South. We gaze and are dazzled. The deep valley is crushed by the scale of the mountains and their history. The descent provokes introspection as we return to earth. The almost raw finish of the exposed concrete contrasts with the purity of the form. Despite its simple appearance, the essence of the tower is complex. Its function is the essence of Architecture.
▼项目总平 Master plan
设计公司：Álvaro Siza + Carlos Castanheira
项目设计师：Rita Ferreira (前期调查), Diana Vasconcelos (建造)
设计团队：Luíza Felizardo, Nuno Rodrigues, Filipa Guedes
葡萄牙咨询：HDP – Paulo Fidalgo (结构)
摄影：Fernando Guerra (FG+SG), JongOh Kim
Location: Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea
Date: 2015-2018 (The Observatory construction is planned to start in 2019)
Site area: 308.000m2
Art Pavilion area: 1.350m2
Chapel area: 42m2
Observatory area (not yet under construction): planned with 200m2
Architects : Álvaro Siza + Carlos Castanheira
Project Architect: Rita Ferreira (previous study), Diana Vasconcelos (execution)
Project Team: Luíza Felizardo, Nuno Rodrigues, Filipa Guedes
3D models: Germano Vieira
Local Office: Undisclosed information. Client own management.
Portuguese Consultant: HDP – Paulo Fidalgo (Structure)
Carpentry and Wood furniture: SPSS – Serafim Pereira Simões Sucessores, Gaia – Portugal
Stone furniture and sculptures: Sousa Mármores, Gaia – Portugal
Steel Sculptures: SteelProf – Soluções de Metalomecânica, Rebordosa – Portugal
Ceiling and wall lighting: THPG
Photography: Fernando Guerra (FG+SG), JongOh Kim
Editor: Jiangyan Shou
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