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RMJM Milano：RMJM Milano赢得了位于土耳其伊斯坦布尔的Sanko总部的设计竞赛，这是土耳其最古老的集团之一。该公司的标志性设计因其可持续和创新的特点闻名遐迩，因此在其他设计作品中脱颖而出，赢得了比赛。可见，以可持续和创新的方式利用当地资源至关重要。
RMJM Milano：RMJM Milano have won a competition to design the new Sanko Headquarters, one of Turkey’s oldest group of companies. Their landmark design was selected among other prestigious firms for its sustainable and innovative features. The studio uses creative and innovative ways to implement sustainability in every design and project they create. It was thus crucial to utilise the local resources in the best sustainable and innovative way possible.
“对我们来说，从当地风景中寻找灵感很重要，我们在卡帕多西亚的宏伟洞穴中找到了灵感，建筑的整体理念就像一块从地面上雕刻出来的巨石。”RMJM Milano的总监Luca Aldrighi说。
“For us, it was important to find inspiration in the local scenery and we found it in the magnificent caves of Cappadocia. The whole idea for the building was to resemble a monolith carved out and rising from the earth”, says Luca Aldrighi, Director at RMJM Milano.
The volume was stretched and modelled to create a dialogue with the surrounding area. The form along with the fenestrations appears to be shaped by the forces of nature. The central void extends from the ground up to the roof of the building for an implosion of light. Each floor, from the upper floors right down to the auditorium, hosts different greens, which improve the quality of the ambient air. Whereas the outside greenery contrasts solar radiation, making the inside of the building cooler and allowing for a reduced need for air conditioning. The building consists mainly of offices and meeting rooms, an auditorium and a restaurant on the lower floors. The service and parking spaces include an innovative system that stores rainwater to be re-used for watering the greens on each floor and other non-potable use. While the domestic grey water is recycled for toilet flushing and irrigation, reducing pollution of the local water body. The natural light coming in from the void illuminates the atrium, and together with the PV panels allow for reduced use of electricity, most of which is renewable.
With this sustainability-focused design, Sanko and RMJM Milano show a willingness to make a positive impact on Istanbul’s landscape. The landmark building’s construction is due to be finished by 2023.
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