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Agence APS：种植设计——Hérault左岸的冲积阶地， 曾经种有葡萄，但现如今已变成了河边的一片广阔树林草地，为避免空间过于封闭，我们修剪草坪并移除了一些树木，种植了一些白橡树、白蜡树和桤木来丰富植物的色调，再 利用松树散步道将场地房屋和班车候车亭连接起来，并且在过渡空间和放松空间种植了大型阿勒颇松树，以便在夏天为游客提供遮荫。
Agence APS：THE PLANTATIONS – On the left bank of the Hérault, the alluvial terrace-land, once planted with vines, is today a vast area of meadow and afforestation on the edge of the river. The grass is cut, some trees are removed to avoid the total closure of the space. A few white oaks, ash and alder trees are planted to enrich the plant palette. The large pine esplanade connects the House of the Site to the bus shelter of the shuttle. This space of transition and relaxation is planted with large Aleppo pines that bring a necessary shade to the visitors of the site in summer.
The vineyards and olive groves that contribute to the charm of the place, are also part of today’s economic reality and are an integral part of the project. These rural areas provide the stitch with the new site layout and ensure a peaceful image, an achievement in the surroundings of the site.
▼过渡空间和放松空间种植了大型树木，以便在夏天为游客提供遮荫 This space of transition and relaxation is planted with large Aleppo pines that bring a necessary shade to the visitors of the site in summer
THE PATHWAYS – The main path starts from the parking areas, runs past the House of the Site and continues towards the Devil’s Bridge. It is accessible to people with reduced mobility (PRMs).
This lookout path is like a balcony over the valley, it offers distant perspectives as well as close ones onto the Devil’s Bridge and onto the footbridge.
Between the house of the Site and the footbridge, the path is highlighted by a retaining wall made of limestone rubble. This wall already existed in the past and you can still see some flanges. It stands as a witness of a certain know-how of the elders with the materials of the site. The 1.50 m high wall supports the terrace planted with olive trees.
▼魔鬼之桥 The Devil’s Bridge
▼人行桥 The footbridge
▼场地房屋和人行桥之间的道路 The path between the house of the Site and the footbridge
停车场和R D 27——停车场分为三个部分，这三个平台逐渐降低高度到前采石场的扩展边界。这三个向河边倾斜平台，每隔2米就形成一个高差梯田，停车场最高点和最低点之间的高度差共8米。因此，停车场对场地没有造成视线影响。
PARKING SPACE AND R D 27 – The parking areas are divided into three pockets, three terraces that gradually sink into the extended boundaries of the former quarry. The three terraces are sloping towards the river and terraced every 2 meters from each other. Between the higher point of the car park and the lower point, there is an eight-meter difference in height.
As a result, parking areas have no visual impact on the site. The outskirts, embankments and spaces between the rows of cars are planted with local varieties of trees: white oaks, holm oaks, ash trees and Aleppo pines.
As soon as they leave their vehicles, visitors are guided on a large path that leads directly to the beaches of the Hérault. This definite road invites strollers to enjoy the most popular freshwater bathing site in the department. The path follows an existing freshwater resurgence that is protected from excessive use by a low wall used as a bench and associated with rush plantations.
▼不同高度的梯田式停车场 The terraced parking
▼候车亭 The bus shelter
▼游客们一下车便可通往淡水浴场 The definite road invites strollers to enjoy the most popular freshwater bathing site in the department
▼淡水浴场 The most popular freshwater bathing site in the department
▼项目总平面 Master Plan
Landscape design: Agence APS
Project location: Aniane, France
Design year: 2007
Year Built: 2009
Client: Herault’s valley country council
Area: 100.000 m²
Budget : 6.000.000 EUR (pre-tax)
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