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White Arkitekter 近日为挪威卑尔根新海滩公园和海水浴场设计的“真蓝”方案，在比赛中获得了优胜。该方案以卑尔根最有形的元素——水为基础，创造了一个新的社交场所，让居民们一年四季都能体验到最棒的水景，结合其充满创意的建筑设计，打造出了一个既美丽又可持续的生态公园。
White Arkitekter was selected as the winner of the competition to design a new beach park and sea bath in Bergen, Norway. The proposal, called True Blue, is based on water, which is the most tangible element in Bergen. The aim is to create a new meeting place where residents will be challenged to experience the water’s qualities throughout the year. The exciting architectural approach creates a park which is both beautiful and sustainable.
“水是卑尔根的长生不老药，从河口、峡湾到海洋，甚至天空，它们都无处不在。因此，我们整个提案便选定以水为特色进行设计。” White Arkitekter的首席建筑师Niels de Bruin说，“我们的愿景是为全年各种运动、娱乐和活动创造一个充满吸引力的包容性社交场所。”
In connection with the extension of a new tram route, Lungegårdsparken will be expanded and upgraded. In the competition brief, the municipality of Bergen asked for an identity-creating public space that will become the best park in Bergen for 100 years. It will offer a wide range of activities and recreation areas, while providing innovative solutions for environmental and climate adaptation.
“Water is Bergen’s elixir of life; from the estuaries, fjords and ocean as well as from the sky. It therefore characterizes our entire proposal. The vision is to create an attractive and inclusive meeting place for movement, recreation and events of various kinds all year round”, says Niels de Bruin, Lead Architect at White Arkitekter.
The design principle is as old as time – given the harsh conditions of the natural coast in Bergen, like the medieval builders before us, we build a wall that forms the perimeter of the park. The seawall constitutes the perimeter of a series of lush hills, meadows and wetlands. The space between the wall and the sea, a series of lush hills, meadows and wetlands, become a place to experience water, the wild and dangerous water as well as the soft and soothing one.
The beach park stretches over one kilometre and three bays are created with the help of existing creeks. Each bay is programmed differently and establish themselves in a gradient based on how the urban and natural components are experienced. The first zone, which will also be the largest meeting place, begins in the city centre with a city beach, a floating sea bath and space for sports activities and events. Further on, the park shifts to nature and recreation, eventually focusing on life under and above the water. Both fixed and floating structures are established, such as islands, bridges and bathing jetties enabling people to go out on and into the water.
“We are pleased to have been able to interlace a concept of design excellence, sustainability and local engagement. Already at this stage, we have involved local collaborators in order to succeed in the identity creation, including an art association, a high school, Bergen’s Aquarium and an environmental organization. Their input has been an important aspect of the design of the park,” adds Niels.
Another important aspect was to create something that is both socially and ecologically sustainable over a long period of time. Amongst other things, this is realized by creating a robust base that can withstand all kinds of weather conditions and by focusing on improving the water quality in the area. White Arkitekter has developed a system for natural purification of supply water and measures to increase life and biodiversity in the underwater environment. No life in the water – no life along the water.
该新海滩公园和海水浴场项目预计在2023年之前建成。该项设计由White Arkitekter与Fredrik Pettersson、Arkitekt AS, Dipl. Ing、Florian Koshe AS、和AFRY合作进行。
The ambition is for the new beach park and sea bath to be ready by 2023. The competition is made in collaboration with Fredrik Pettersson, Arkitekt AS, Dipl. Ing; Florian Koshe AS; and AFRY.
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