Fondazione Prada complex in Milan / OMA

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Rem Koolhaas领衔的OMA受Prada基金会所托,在意大利米兰将一座始建于1910年的工业园区改建成为全新的Prada基金会新总部。这座古老的工业园原有7栋仓库与实验室建筑与中间的一个孤零零的院子。OMA大刀阔斧将其整合改建,并新增了3个建筑主体,包含博物馆临时展览区,电影院,以及一个10层高的画廊,最终总面积达到18900平方米,公共面积12300平方米,私人区域6600平方米。

Rem Koolhaas告诉gooood:“如今艺术领域的改扩建项目数量已有所减少,而废弃的工业用地也已经成为最有吸引力的改建场所,因为其卓越的空间姿态可以完美的承载艺术家的挑战与理念。Prada基金会把新址选在了废弃的工业园区,我们增加了大展馆,塔,电影院这三个新体量以确保Prada基金会新总部拥有与建筑完美结合的艺术空间。”

Photograph by Bas Princen, Courtesy of Fondazione Prada

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It is surprising that the enormous expansion of the art system has taken place in a reduced number of typologies for art’s display. To apparently everybody’s satisfaction, the abandoned industrial space has become art’s default preference — attractive because its predictable conditions do not challenge the artist’s intentions — enlivened occasionally with exceptional architectural gestures.

The new Fondazione Prada is projected in a former industrial complex too, but one with an unusual diversity of spatial environments. To this repertoire, we are adding three new buildings — a large exhibition pavilion, a tower, and a cinema — so that the new Fondazione Prada represents a genuine collection of architectural spaces in addition to its holdings in art.

The Fondazione is not a preservation project and not a new architecture. Two conditions that are usually kept separate here confront each other in a state of permanent interaction – offering an ensemble of fragments that will not congeal into a single image, or allow any part to dominate the others.

New, old, horizontal, vertical, wide, narrow, white, black, open, enclosed — all these contrasts establish the range of oppositions that define the new Fondazione. By introducing so many spatial variables, the complexity of the architecture will promote an unstable, open programming, where art and architecture will benefit from each other’s challenges.

Rem Koolhaas

Photograph by Bas Princen, Courtesy of Fondazione Prada

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“该基金会既不是一个保护项目,也不是一个全新的建筑”,Rem Koolhaas继续说道:“而是两者保持相互独立对立但又永久交互,他们不会凝结成为单一的形象体,他们是合奏体中的独立存在。在这里,新,老,水平,垂直,宽,窄,白,黑,开放,封闭—所有的差异和变量都对立并存于这个不稳定的复杂环境中,是建筑与艺术得益于这样的挑战与激发。”

Photograph by Bas Princen, Courtesy of Fondazione Prada

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Photograph by Bas Princen, Courtesy of Fondazione Prada

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Photograph by Bas Princen, Courtesy of Fondazione Prada

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Photograph by Bas Princen, Courtesy of Fondazione Prada

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Photograph by Bas Princen, Courtesy of Fondazione Prada

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Photograph by Bas Princen, Courtesy of Fondazione Prada

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Photograph By Charlie Koolhaas © OMA

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Photograph By Charlie Koolhaas © OMA

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Status: Construction
Client: Fondazione Prada
Location: Milan, Italy

Site: Former distillery at Largo Isarco No2, Milan, an industrial complex dating from 1910, comprising seven existing structures, including warehouse, laboratories, and brewing silos surrounded by a large courtyard and three new structures including a museum for temporary exhibitions, a transformable cinema building and a 10-storey high gallery tower.

Program: Total public area,12300 m2; total private area, 6600 m2; and total built area, 18900 m2

OMA Team
Partner in Charge: Rem Koolhaas, Chris van Duijn
Project leader: Federico Pompignoli
Preliminary Design: Sam Aitkenhead, Doug Allard, Andrea Bertassi, Aleksandr Bierig, Eva Dietrich, Paul-Emmanuel Lambert, Jonah Gamblin, Takuya Hosokai, Stephen Hodgson, Jan Kroman, Jedidiah Lau, Francesco Marullo, Vincent McIlduff, Alexander Menke,
Aoibheann Ni Mhearain, Sophie van Noten, Jan Pawlik, Rocio Paz Chavez, Christopher Parlato, Ippolito Pestellini Laparelli, Dirk Peters, Andrea Sollazzo, Michaela Tonus, Jussi Vuori, Luca Vigliero, Mei-Lun Xue
Progetto Definitivo: Anna Dzierzon, Jonah Gamblin, Ross Harrison, Hans Hammink, Matthew Jull, Taiga Koponen, Vincent Konate, Andres Mendoza, Susanan Mondejar, Vincent McIlduff, Sasha Smolin, Michaela Tonus
Construction documentation: Katarina Barunica, Marco Cimenti, Cecilia Del Pozo Rios, Anita Ernodi, Felix Fassbinder, Peter Feldmann, Siliang Fu, Romina Grillo, Jonah Gamblin, Clive Hennessey, Taiga Koponen, Roy Lin, Debora Mateo, Vincent Mc Ilduff, Andres Mendoza, Arminas Sadzevicius, Magdalena Stanescu, Lingxiao Zhang
Construction Administration: Mateo Budel, Marco Cimenti, Andrea Giovenzana, Nicolas Lee, Victor Pricop, Pawel Panfiluk

 

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