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Diller Scofidio + Renfro:格林威治半岛位于伦敦东南部格林威治皇家行政区金丝雀码头附近,被泰晤士河三面环绕。这是一个历史悠久的工业遗址,也是一个正在快速转型地区,虽然现今它主要以O2竞技场而闻名,但它是一个不断发展的社区,未来还将建造15000套新住宅、一个设计区以及一个大型的中央公园。

Diller Scofidio + Renfro:Greenwich Peninsula is located in south-east London near Canary Wharf, within the Royal Borough of Greenwich, and is bound on three sides by a loop of the Thames River. A former industrial site with a rich history, it is an area quickly transforming. Although known mostly as the site of the O2 Arena today, it is an evolving community with plans for 15,000 new homes, a design district, and a large central park.


▼泰晤士河东畔效果图 Rendering–East Riverfront

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The Tide will be a 5-kilometre network of public spaces and gardens embedded into the daily rhythms of Greenwich Peninsula. Both an elevated and at-grade walkway, with programming split across both levels, The Tide activates spaces above and below to provide a layered network of recreation, culture, and wellness. The Tide will stitch together diverse ecosystems, emerging neighbourhoods, and distinct cultural institutions, connecting north to south, east to west, centre to periphery, and city to river. The Tide is both fast and slow. It is simultaneously a running track, a walking promenade, a series of quiet gardens, and a network of social and cultural hubs.


▼岛屿5—下沉花园景观 Island 5-View of Sunken Garden

© Jeff Moore

▼岛屿5—拱形钢结构 Island 5-View of Vaulted Steel Structure below Overlook

© Charles Emerson



The Tide is conceived of as a series of elevated, landscaped islands where the public is invited to slow down, linger, and overlook the life of the Peninsula. Each island is distinct, defined by unique trees and planting, and by their surrounding views and sounds. These elevated gardens are designed as clusters of structural supports that create elevated planter beds, containing soil and channelling both gravity loads and water down to the ground. The sculptural structure supporting The Tide gardens above also frames and shelters the path below, creating arched pavilions that mark thresholds and passages at the ground level public realm.


▼岛屿4(‘风中奇想’装置by Allen JonesIsland 4 (Art Installation – Head in the Wind by Allen Jones)

© Charles Emerson

▼高架步道和潮汐线图案 Elevated walkway and Tide Lines pattern

© Charles Emerson


▼岛屿1 Island 1

© Luke Hayes

▼岛屿1钢结构 Steel Structures, Island 1 Cluster

© Luke Hayes


材料 Materials


The Tide’s material palette is comprised of a painted steel structure, glass balustrade, composite rice husk decking, hardwood benches, bonded metal trim, exposed concrete, stone pavers, and vegetation.


▼夜景鸟瞰效果图 Rendering–Evening Aerial View Towards Thames

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▼潮汐公园第一阶段:岛屿1和构筑效果图 Rendering–The Tide Phase 1: Island 1 and Pavilion

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▼潮汐公园第一阶段:高架远眺效果图 Rendering–The Tide Phase 1: Elevated Overlook

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▼潮汐公园第一阶段:岛屿5下沉花园效果图 Rendering–The Tide Phase 1: Island 5 Sunken Garden

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结构支座及桥梁 Structural Supports and Bridges


The Tide’s first phase is comprised of 28 unique structural supports. They cluster together to form tripod-like structures that support the elevated gardens and walkways above while creating canopies for shelter and reflected illumination at the plaza level. Systems for lighting, electrical distribution, data, and landscape (vegetation, soil, water supply and drainage) are integrated seamlessly into each structural support. The islands are connected by prefabricated steel bridges forming a continuous 2.4m wide path with spans up to 26 meters. Every support and bridge is composed of welded plate steel inner ribs and outer skins forming an aircraft wing- like structure that is lightweight and minimizes impact to the London Underground station box directly below. The custom structures were fabricated by Cimolai in Italy, shipped directly from shop to site via the Thames River, and bolted together in days. The design of the structural elements was a special architectural and structural collaboration with AKTII using parametric software to maximize material efficiency and minimize fabrication complexity. The result is an integrated architectural and structural expression without superfluous cladding.


▼地面拱顶结构 Vaulted Structures at Ground Level

© Luke Hayes

▼岛屿2、3、4 Island 2, 3, 4

© Luke Hayes


景观 Landscape


The plantings along the first phase of The Tide adapts to the landscape of the local context that it passes through. The overall framework of tree planting has been optimized to create comfortable micro-climates that take wind studies into account. Phase I features clustered plantings of native birch and pine at both the ground and elevated level. Tree plantings along the waterfront consist predominantly of native waterside trees such as Alnus, Salix, and Poplar. Sweeps of groundcover, herbaceous plants, seasonal bulbs, and ornamental grasses enhance the Tide’s atmosphere with additional colour and texture.


© Jeff Moore
© Jeff Moore


潮汐线 Tide Lines


A striped pattern marks the path of The Tide, emphasizing the tempo of movement between cultural and social destinations as an orientation and wayfinding tool. The continuous pattern is rendered in a thin layer of epoxy for elevated portions, while asphalt and granite Portuguese paving stones is used for the ground level.


▼岛屿5全景 Island 5-View of Overlook

© Jeff Moore



Opening July 5, 2019, the first phase of the project will be 1 kilometre long, and will feature a linear public walkway, elevated gardens, pocket cafes, and an architectural promontory overlooking the Thames River.


▼潮汐公园第一阶段平面图 The Tide Phase 1 Plan

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▼立面图 Elevation

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▼岛屿3细节图 Island 3 Details

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▼钢结构成套零件图 Steel Structure Kit of Parts

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客户:Knight Dragon
设计团队:Diller Scofidio + Renfro(领导)与Neiheiser Argyros合作
DS+R设计团队:Ben Gilmartin(合伙人),Elizabeth Diller, Charles Renfro, Ricardo Scofidio, Anthony Saby, Bryce Suite, Ning Hiransaroj, Alex Knezo, John Newman, Swarnabh Ghosh, Erioseto Hendranata
Neiheiser Argyros设计团队:Ryan Neiheiser(合伙人),xriina Argyros, george Piscitelli, Eleni Vagianou, Danae Haratsis, Nikolas von Schwabe, Athina Zafeiropoulou, Catarina de Almeida Brito, Thalia Chrousos, Chris lau, Kevin Larson
景观设计:Gross. Max.
结构工程(高架部分):AKT II
结构工程(地面部分):Arup MEP
无障碍设计顾问:David Bonnett Associates
造价顾问:Gardiner and Theobold
规划顾问:NLP Planners
遮篷和坐凳制造:Urban Street Design

Owner: Knight Dragon
Design Team: Diller Scofidio + Renfro (Lead) in collaboration with Neiheiser Argyros
Diller Scofidio + Renfro: Ben Gilmartin (Partner-in-Charge), Elizabeth Diller, Charles Renfro, Ricardo Scofidio, Anthony Saby, Bryce Suite, Ning Hiransaroj, Alex Knezo, John Newman, Swarnabh Ghosh, Erioseto Hendranata
Neiheiser Argyros: Ryan Neiheiser (Partner-in-Charge), Xristina Argyros, Giorgio Piscitelli, Eleni Vagianou, Danae Haratsis, Nikolas von Schwabe, Athina Zafeiropoulou, Catarina de Almeida Brito, Thalia Chrousos, Chris Yuan, Kevin Larson
Landscape Designers: Gross. Max.
Structural Engineers (Elevated Portion): AKT II
Structural Engineers (Ground Level Portion): Arup MEP
Lighting: AECOM
Accessibility Consultant: David Bonnett Associates
Cost Consultant: Gardiner and Theobold
Planning Consultant: NLP Planners
Principal Designer for Risk, Health and Safety: Stace
Transportation and Access Consultants: WSP
Steel Fabricator: Cimolai
Canopy and Seating Fabricator: Urban Street Design
Contractor (Elevated Portion): Mace
Contractor (Ground Level Portion): Maylim


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