Cherry Street Pier by ISA

Rebirth of the pier

Project Specs

Design:

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樱桃街码头是对费城特拉华河上5.5万平方英尺的码头结构的适应性再利用。残破的结构经过简单的修复,为食物、饮料、工作、购物、娱乐、艺术等活动创造了一系列临时或长期的场地。该项目全年无休地对公众开放,将古老的城市基础设施重新投入到公共领域。

Cherry Street Pier is an adaptive reuse of a 55,000 SF pier structure on the Delaware River in Philadelphia. The dilapidated structure was lightly rehabilitated to create a series of temporary and permanent environments for food, drink, work, shopping, recreation, art and events. Open to the public every day of the week and year-round, the project returns an historic piece of the city’s infrastructure back to the public realm.

▼项目概览,overview ©Sam Oberter

长达数十年的延期维护证明,对码头进行全面的修复在财务上是行不通的。除此之外,过多的投资将导致场地趋于高端住宅和商业用途,从而将公众拒之门外。本次樱桃街码头介于两者之间的重新开发,达到了一个舒适、渐进的,满足了公众参与性的市民体验新境界。

Suffering from decades of deferred maintenance, a complete restoration was financially infeasible – plus, too much investment would have led to a high-end residential or commercial use that would likely exclude the public. Cherry Street Pier’s in-between level of re-development hit the right note in creating a welcoming, incremental, participatory civic experience.

▼码头仓库入口,entrance ©Sam Oberter

 

人民的城市 | PEOPLE CITY

在20世纪初期,费城的市政码头作为铁路和河流之间的中转站,是城市商业的重要组成部分。然而,随着铁路向公路的转变,特拉华大道和95号州际公路将码头与城市分隔开来,使船只得以穿行。费城市政府最近通过一系列娱乐、健身和以食物为导向的战略(如首次举办路人活动)来重新焕发该河滨区域的活力。

In the early 20th century, Philadelphia’s municipal piers were essential components of city commerce serving as transfer points between railroads and the river. However, with the shift away from rail to highway, Delaware Avenue and Interstate 95 cut the pier off from the city with shipping moving down river. Recently Philadelphia has reawakened its riverfront through a series of tactical recreation, fitness and food-oriented destinations inviting pedestrian activity for the first time.

▼重新焕发活力的河滨区域,revitalized riverside area ©Sam Oberter

 

趣味房子 | FUN HOUSE

一系列不同的项目区域交织在一起,形成了丰富多彩、生动活泼的公众体验。车库空间为食物、饮料、工作和零售等领域提供了长期的场地和机会。这里就像是跨越了一系列多样化主题的季节性跳蚤市场。平台区域为大型艺术、娱乐和活动装置提供了足够空间。位于尽头的花园,常常会有一系列非正式的偶发性娱乐和社交聚会。在那里,人们可以尽情欣赏来自大桥、河流和天空的壮丽景色。

▼场地平面图,plan ©ISA

A series of distinct program areas weave together a diverse and animated public experience. The Garage provides more permanent food, drink, work and retail opportunities. The Market serves as a pop-up seasonal flea across a series of changing themes. The Platform serves as zone for large-format art, recreation and event installations. At the end of the pier is the Garden which hosts informal, passive recreation and social gathering with the pay off of incredible views of the bridge, river and sky.

▼位于尽头的花园区域,garden area at the end of the project ©Sam Oberter

 

集装箱的逻辑 | CONTAINER LOGIC

在项目启动时,码头基础结构已经被损坏达数十年。集装箱所特有的尺寸和自我支撑性,使它们能够架设于嵌入桥墩底部长达20英尺的桥梁之间。这种容器不仅是经济化、模块化的项目部署策略,而且还解决了具有挑战性的结构问题。

At project launch, the pier foundation structure had been deteriorating for decades. Shipping containers provided dimensional and self-supporting characteristics that allowed them to bridge between 20-foot beams embedded in the base of the pier. The containers are not only an economical, modular strategy for program deployment, but also solve a challenging structural issue.

▼集装箱车库改造的工作室和画廊,the container garage converted studio and gallery ©Sam Oberter

▼工作室内部,inside the studio ©Sam Oberter

 

公共艺术 | PUBLIC ART

车库为当地艺术家提供了低成本的工作室和画廊空间,增加了游客与艺术家的互动机会,同时向游客展示了艺术创作的过程。露天看台、座位和邻近的舞台区域全年都安排了互动艺术活动,并有当地或到访艺术家、音乐家的现场表演。

The Garage provides low-cost rental studio / gallery spaces for local artists, expanding visitor- artist interaction opportunities while exposing the art-making process to visitors. The bleacher seating and adjacent stage area is programmed year-round with interactive art events and performances by local and visiting artists and musicians.

▼露天看台区域,bleachers area ©Sam Oberter

 

当地文化 | LOCAL CULTURE

樱桃街码头上的食品和饮料供应商使用的是最初服务于特拉华大道,并经过重新设计的有轨电车。包括Little Baby’s Ice Cream、Hardena indonesia fare和Birdie’s Biscuits在内的供应商是从本地供应商中特别挑选的。这些商贩和设施共同为游客提供了一个品尝各色当地美食和饮品的场所。

The food and drink vendors serving Cherry Street Pier operate out of repurposed trolley cars that were decommissioned after originally serving Delaware Avenue. Vendors were selected from local providers, including Little Baby’s Ice Cream, Hardena Indonesian fare, and Birdie’s Biscuits. The Pier provides a place for vendors and visitors alike to sample a diverse range of local food and drink.

▼有轨电车改造的食品商铺,the tram turned food stores ©Sam Oberter

▼模块示意图,module diagram ©ISA

▼分区示意图,partition diagram ©ISA

Project: Cherry Street Pier
Project location: Philadelphia, PA
Completion Year: 2018
Gross Built Area: 55,000 SF
Architect (Design co-lead): ISA
Landscape Architect (Design co-lead): Groundswell Design Group
Developer/Owner: Delaware River Waterfront Corporation
Structural Engineer: W. J. Castle & Associates
MEP Engineer: Holstein White Engineers
General Contractor: Scungio Borst
Container Fabricator: TRS Containers
Photo Credits: Sam Oberter
Type of Project: Cultural / Arts / Events Space

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