Aviapolis by C.F. Møller Architects

Masterplan that creates the world`s first 100% walk-friendly connection between an international airport, nature and urban city functions

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C.F. Møller Architects设计的Aviapolis核心区域是世界上第一个在国际机场、自然环境、城市功能之间使用100%步行友好型道路连接方式的总体规划。Aviapolis是赫尔辛基国际机场(Aviapolis空港城)两侧的一个大型城市区域,是赫尔辛基大都市Vanta城市自治区的一部分。Aviapolis核心区域位于火车站旁边,其目标是发展成为Aviapolis最稠密、功能最齐全和通行最方便的区域。区域初始规划任务为容纳1000-2000名居民和提供10000个工作岗位。

Masterplan that creates the world`s first 100% walk-friendly connection between an international airport, nature and urban city functions. Aviapolis is a large urban district flanking the Helsinki International Airport (Airport City Aviapolis) and a part of the municipality and the City of Vantaa that is a part of the greater Helsinki metropolitan area. The Aviapolis Core area is located next the railway station and the City’s ambition is for it to become the most dense, mixed and accessible area in Aviapolis. As a starting point the area will be home for 1,000-2,000 inhabitants and 10,000 jobs.

▼Aviapolis区域规划整体概览,aerial view of Aviapolis masterplan

Aviapolis核心区将沿着赫尔辛基国际机场向外延伸,区域城市功能主要包括一条100%适宜步行的人行道——The Strip。The Strip以即将建成的3号航站楼为起点,作为一条带有城市绿化的高架步行道盘旋在机场流线基础设施的上方。两层的交通组织管理方式将机场出发和到达点转变为世界上第一个依靠步行或自行车通行道路在国际机场和城市功能之间建立连接的地方——旅客可以步行回家或者像是一场短途旅行一样体验城市的功能设施。

The Aviapolis Core area will run alongside the Helsinki international Airport. The area is defined by urban city functions through which a 100% walk-friendly pedestrian lane called The Strip will run. The Strip will start from the future terminal 3 building as an elevated pedestrian lane with urban green characteristics, hovering above the logistics of the airport´s infrastructure. This 2-level logistic division turns the Airport’s departure & arrival point into the world’s first walk or bike connection between an international airport and city functions – walk home or enjoy city functions as a short-time visitor.

▼设计图解,design diagram

▼从飞机窗户俯瞰Aviapolis区域,view of the Aviapolis through the airplane window

The Strip步行道位于地面层,1.8km的长度贯穿核心区域并向南延伸,各功能区域沿着步行道相互衔接。The Strip像是一条河流,穿过校园、公园、广场、商业区、住宅和自然景观,连接公共交通方式并且通行便捷。The Strip成为了一个热门地点,其充满活力的全天候城市空间由一系列城市节点激活,如森林广场、校园公园和沿着道路的交通枢纽。总体规划的目标是将自然、城市和机场的现有元素融合为一个统一的城市有机体,塑造一个对游客、居民、学生、工作者和艺术家具有同样吸引力的地方。这个绿色和社会可持续性的步行城市,将世界与芬兰连接起来。

The Strip lands on ground level and runs through the core area with various city functions docking on along it’s 1,8km southbound span. The Strip runs like a river through campus areas, parks, squares, commercial functions, housing and nature, connecting with public transport and easy accessibility to traffic. The Strip becomes a destination itself with its lively 24/7 urban space activated by a series of urban nodes such as a forest plaza, a campus park and a transportation hub along it’s pathway. The vision of the masterplan is to merge the existing elements of nature, city and airport into one single urban organism and to create attractive synergies between the unique mix of the user groups: visitors, residents, students, working people and artists. A green and socially sustainable pedestrian city connecting the world with Finland.

▼The Strip步行道位于地面层,1.8km的长度贯穿核心区域并向南延伸,各功能区域沿着步行道相互衔接,The Strip lands on ground level and runs through the core area with various city functions docking on along it’s 1,8km southbound span

▼The Strip本身成为了一个热门地点,全天候的城市空间由一系列城市节点激活,The Strip becomes a destination itself with its lively 24/7 urban space activated by a series of urban nodes

▼模型,model

▼设计概念,design concept

▼平面图,plan

AVIAPOLIS  
Size: 730000 m² total, Housing 277,000 m², Offices 232,000 m², Aviation school 25,000 m², Hotel 7200 m², Public Building 48,000 m², Mixed use 80,000 m², Commercial 5400 m² and Parking 30,000 m²
Address: Vantaa, Finland
Year: 2019
Architect: C.F. Møller Architects
Landscape: C.F. Møller Architects

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