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百安木:有限/无限花园是由BAM与彼得沃克共同合作完成的。花园是被两种截然不同的环境而定义。花园被简单的环形绿篱所覆盖,一条笔直的步道从绿篱中央穿过将花园一分为二,步道的两侧各有一面双面镜墙,而步道中央是一排五米间隔的悬铃木。对于站在镜墙内部的人,由于倒影反射倒影的“理发店效应”,狭窄的步道幻化成为一个“无限的景观”:单排的悬铃木被不断复制成为一片无边的树林。鹅卵石的路径成为一个基准面,无限延伸到镜子反射出的空间深处。

BAM: The Finite/Infinite Garden is a collaboration between BAM and Peter Walker & Partners. It is defined by one device that creates two contrasting conditions. A simple circular parterre garden is bisected by a pathway lined with two walls, each covered with mirrors on both sides. Centered in the pathway is a line of Sycamores on a five-meter spacing. For the viewer inside the two walls the pathway and its trees are transformed into an infinite landscape by the ‘barbershop’ effect. The line of Sycamores becomes an orchard that multiplies into infinity. The cobble path becomes a datum that extends endlessly into the deep space of the mirrors.

 

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镜墙外侧则是一种与内部无限延伸完全相反的情景。半圆形的绿篱花园,在镜子内形成了清晰完美的圆环。游览者绕过花园可以找到最佳的观测点:两排纤细的钻天杨与悬铃木形成了垂直的两道轴线。穿过整个圆形的花园在镜墙中形成令人迷惑的景象。花园另一侧的树冠与镜中的树干不可思议的形成完整的映像。

The exterior of the mirror path presents an opposing condition to the expansive infinity of the interior. The parterres, half-circles in plan, are completed as tranquil and uninterrupted circles in the mirror. A viewer rounding the parterres reaches a final gesture: two rows of slender Poplars create a secondary axis perpendicular to the Sycamores. In the mirror walls a puzzling alley forms across the circles of the parterre. The treetops of the opposite parterre mysteriously complete the images of the trunks in the mirror.

 

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“有限/无限”花园让彼得沃克想起了他早期的景观尝试,那时的他正致力于寻找景观中的极简手法。此次,“有限/无限”花园是一种更宏伟,更国际和更值得思考的案例。当沃克抵达北京时,BAM为他准备了镜子、反光纸和模型树等材料。沃克在BAM工作室用这些材料进行设计研讨,并概述了草图设计的基本原理和基本模型。BAM以这样的设计为基础,通过进一步深化研究模型、详细的实体大样、施工图,并最终配合整个施工过程,使设计得以完美的呈现。

The Finite/Infinite Garden recalls Peter Walker’s early landscape experimentations, aimed at finding minimalist expression for the landscape. Finite/Infinite is at once more grand, more global, and more cerebral. Walker workshopped with BAM in our Beijing studio using mirrors and model trees to outline fundamentals of the design. BAM carried the design forward through further model studies, detail mock-ups, construction drawings, and construction.

 

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▼树池细节 Details of tree pool

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▼镜墙模型 The mirror path model

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▼平面图 Plan

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项目名称:有限/无限花园
项目位置:中国国际园林博览会大师展园,中国北京
建造时间:2013年
项目面积:3,500平方米
委托方:中华人民共和国住房和城乡建设部

Project Name: The Finite/Infinite Garden
Location: Beijing Garden Expo, Beijing, China
Construction: 2013
Site Area: 3500 m2
Client: Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development

 

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