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Chekharda Bureau：Bolshoye Kuzemkino村庄位于俄罗斯列宁格勒地区的Kurgalsky自然保护区边界，“鹰之乐园”游乐场成为当地“社区和社会基础设施发展计划”实施的第一项举措。该项目旨在在当地社区的参与下发展村庄的基础设施，以满足人们对体育和文化活动的需求。该游乐场由 “Chekharda Bureau”与当地居民合作从零开始设计、制作和组装，并由Nord Stream 2 AG公司发起和赞助。
Chekharda Bureau：“The Eagle’s Land” playground became the first initiative implemented as part of the Community and Social Infrastructure Development Program in the Bolshoye Kuzemkino village, located on the Kurgalsky Nature Reserve border in the Leningrad region, Russia. The goal of the project is to develop the village infrastructure to accommodate needs for sports and cultural activities with the local community’s engagement. The playground was designed from scratch, manufactured and assembled by the “Chekharda Bureau” in cooperation with local residents. The project is initiated and supported by Nord Stream 2 AG company.
▽游乐场概况 “The Eagle’s Land” playground
During the discussion of the project the architects of “Chekharda Bureau” found out that local residents valued the surrounding nature very much and would like the new community space to reflect the unique features of their region and combine the functions of a playground with a meeting place for villagers.
The source of inspiration for the architects was the Kurgalsky Nature Reserve, known for its variety of birds. It was decided to decorate the main play elements with log pattern resembling twisted nests.
居民点和森林之间的一块空地被选来作为游乐场。低矮的松树、灌木丛和柔软的苔藓吸引孩子们进入游乐场。在森林边缘的山丘之间游戏，感受不同土壤和植被的冲击，这本身就是令人兴奋的。 “Chekharda Bureau” 的设计师在划分游戏区域时考虑了生态交错带的具体情况和儿童成长的心理需求。幼小的松树和土堆之间有一个舒适的区域，设有滑梯、沙箱和加油站，适合蹒跚学步的孩子，这里足够隐蔽但又适度开放，家长可以照看孩子。
A clearing between the settlement and the forest, was chosen to allocate the playground. The playground lures the child into the coppice area with its low pines, bushes, and soft moss. The game among the hills at the edge of the forest, where different soils and vegetation collide, is exciting in itself. The architects of the “Chekharda Bureau” took into consideration the specifics of the ecotone and children’s developmental psychology while zoning play areas. Among young pine trees and mounds, there is a cozy area secluded enough for toddlers, and yet open for parent control, with a slide, a sandbox and a filling station
In a large open meadow, where there is enough space for running, there are play elements for children of 5 to 15 years old. A large climbing frame made of logs with partially preserved knots imitates a forest windbreak, and is complicated enough to challenge elder children.
The part of the site, hidden in the forest, targets age 7 to 15. It consists of four towers connected by bridges. A living tree is included in one of the towers. From the platform of the towers, a view over a cozy meadow opens.
The cladding of the towers was designed using parametric script which replicates a nest weaving pattern. It seems as if the birds themselves began to decorate the towers and built their nests here. The décor of the towers refers to the special feature of the Kurgalsky Nature Reserve – several families of white-tailed eagle’s nest here.
The three zones are so intertwined with the landscape that it feels like children are playing not on the playground, but in the forest, and the play elements complement this game, making it more intense, exciting and diverse. The usage of topography creates the feeling of being completely absorbed in the landscape. At the same time, playing on the playground is much safer than in the forest. Despite its “wild look”, the created playground meets all state safety standards. During the project implementation, the existing landscape remained intact: not a single tree was damaged, the relief of the forest edge was preserved.
▽游乐场平面图 Master Plan
The development project was implemented in close cooperation with local residents, according to the principle “Nothing for us without us!”.
Collaboration with community representatives included a walk to select the site’s location; a series of discussions to determine main functions of the future public space; master classes that contributed to the development of an understanding of the essence of natural spaces. Together with the children of Bolshoye Kuzemkino, a climbing frame was built. When the site was almost finished, an “Open construction” was held, during which children helped to complete the work. They stretched the ropes, sanded hemps, spread wood chips.
The site was built of natural materials with respect for nature and, according to the architects, contributes to the formation of responsibility towards nature. In addition, the playground fits into the larger project of the Kurgalsky Nature Reserve development.
项目地点：俄罗斯联邦 列宁格勒州 金吉谢普区 Bolshoe Kuziomkino村
主创设计师：Daria Bychkova、Maria Pomelova
设计团队：Daria Bychkova、Maria Pomelova、Nina Gogina、Olga Belikova、Valeria Tolkacheva、Zlata Gordeeva、Suren Akopian
客户：Nord Stream 2 AG
Project name: Natural play space “Eagles Land”.
Completion Year: 2020
Size: 800 sq.m
Project location: Bolshoe Kuziomkino Village, Kingisepp district of the Leningrad region, Russian Federation
Landscape/Architecture Firm: Chekharda Bureau
Contact e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lead Architects: Daria Bychkova, Maria Pomelova
Design Team: Daria Bychkova, Maria Pomelova, Nina Gogina, Olga Belikova, Valeria Tolkacheva, Zlata Gordeeva, Suren Akopian
Client: Nord Stream 2 AG
Photo credits: Alyona Kustova
Photographer’s website: @emotional_moment
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