Gothenburg House of Literature: Interior By Torsten Ottesjö

A combination of complexity and of great interests.

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哥德堡文学艺术馆的内部装饰是一个巨大的书架。其设计初衷是巨型书架既可以摆放图书又能够连接一些座位以提供临时性的交流空间。

The interior of the Gothenburg House of Literature was conceived of as one large bookshelf. The idea was to build something which could hold books as well as people, and which could extend to comprise a landscape which could host the venues frequent talks and seminars.

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书架错综复杂的构造代替了原本靠字母分类的图书摆放秩序。每一个不同的变化空间和角度都给放置在其中的图书一个独有的空间。

 The intricate patterns of the bookshelf was constructed to replace a alphabetical sorting of books and replace it with one which instead relied on pattern recognition, where every book had a unique location within a greater structure of shelves and angles.

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这种摆放方式会激发人查找图书的乐趣,每一本图书的位置也会在读者脑中留下独有的印象。

The idea is that this complexity will lend itself both to a more unpredictable/stimulating environment, and also change the way that people will find, access, and recall where the books are. 

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书架从墙面延伸到地面,将座位空间和置书空间联结一体。两种功能的结合创造了文学艺术观的独特标志。

The bookshelf extends downwards to the seating spaces to allow the structure to near the body, and at the same time, allow the placement of stories, whether in the form of pages, or people. The synergy between the two would create a living library of sorts.

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空间中有许多可移动的元素设计,比如会随机出现的一些桌子。

Within this landscape there are mobile elements. There is a conference table on wheels, which is appears fragmented, like a puzzle.

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这些桌子的造型如钢筋托起长型榆木板,钢筋经过打磨和褪色,让人产生身处酒吧的错觉。

Dialogue contains perspective which interlocks and vies for position while at the same time allowing & embrace differences. There is also a layered elm bar table held up by shards of steel which have been weathered and dragged through gravel in order to complement the grit and character of those people who might find themselves standing at the bar.

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▼桌子被设计成多层次结构,the layered table

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扭动变形的钢杆来自两根6米长的钢筋,仿佛从地面生长出来一般。

The mingle tables are made from two 6m steel rods which folds and interlock, and are thought to grow out of the ground. 

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▼边桌的设计看似随意却很有趣,the side table are of great fun

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一些桌子平稳却不匀称还可以平滑移动,透露出一点不可预知。

Like mingle, they are not meant to be fully stable, having a slight feathering which at the same time is an asymmetrical and unpredictable movement.

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▼可移动的长桌满足临时会议需求,the moving table is available for a frequent meeting

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▼经过处理的木质桌面展现良好质感,tables are in good quality

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▼经过打磨的钢筋有特殊质感,the dragged steel shows some special feelings

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这些装饰正以他们独特的形态向来访者展示无限可能性。

The signs leading into the building are also supposed to mimic body language and direct attention as much in their form as their content.

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