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VERTEBRAL 与ÑÚ Art Agency合作，为2018墨西哥设计周设计了一个空间。一进入这个空间，我们就意识到它并不需要多余的墙壁和板梁，只需一个栖居的屋顶，就可以将房子与周围环境直接联系起来。因此，我们将一个约200平方米的平地和废弃屋顶改造成绿色空间，这提高了人们对修复废弃区域的认识。同时，这个项目展示了绿色屋顶在缓解城市扩张方面的巨大潜力。
VERTEBRAL collaborated with ÑÚ Art Agency to intervene a space for Design Week Mexico 2018. Once engaged with the space, we realized it didn’t need more walls and slabs. It needed a roof that could be inhabited, that would connect the house with its immediate context. We transformed a plain and abandoned rooftop of approximately 200 sqm into a green roof, a space that raised awareness about the recuperation of negated areas. This project was an opportunity to demonstrate the immense potential green roofs have in mitigating urban sprawl.
▼绿色屋顶 Green roof
墨西哥艺术家Ricardo Regazzoni和Jorge Yazpik设计的雕塑与草本、灌木、小乔木营造的景观及轻型木结构融为一体，建立了一个亲密又多元的空间。
The sculptures of Mexican artists Ricardo Regazzoni and Jorge Yazpik merged with a landscape of grasses, shrubs and small trees, along with a light wooden structure, to create an intimate and yet plural space.
▼雕塑与植物景观 Sculptures and Plant
▼雕塑、植物与轻型木结构融为一体 Sculptures, plants and the light wooden structure are integrated
Design House Sculptural Garden addressed not only the eye but all of human senses. A variation of stipas, ferns, eliagnus, attenuatas, jasmin, lavender, salvia, dracaenas, and feather bamboo were used to block and liberate certain views, sometimes reaching towards the sky, and sometimes towards the ground. Smells and texturesmoving patternsalong the project. A series of pauses and gestures incited the user to kneel and smell lavender leaves, or to bend their neck towards the sunlight that pierced through the tree tops above.
Gardens have the ability of forming, deforming and making space more abstract, profound and compact. Plants throughout the perimeter of the roof led the eye towards long views that reached the horizon.
The slowly developing stairs around a travertine wall supported a wooden pergola.
To one side a body of water filled with river rock and philodendron generated a threshold that transported the user from a bustling city into a paused and relaxed atmosphere.
The challenge and duty of architecture goes beyond the creation of contained structures. We can generate space by demolishing walls, creating perforations in slabs, and using materials that are alive. We understand the fifth façade as an underused space that has to be rescued and occupied in order to introduce new habits of urban living. We imagine cities that, when viewed from above, are habitable gardens.
艺术设计：ÑU / Ricardo Regazzoni 和 Jorge Yazpik
摄影：Alfonso de Béjar Traibel
Project name: SCULPTURAL GARDEN
Design and construction: VERTEBRAL
Art: ÑU / Ricardo Regazzoni and Jorge Yazpik
Project location: Mexico
Photo: Alfonso de Béjar Traibel
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