哈佛大学ArtLab,美国 / Barkow Leibinger




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Harvard University’s ArtLab, a cross-curriculum space for the arts, is located on the school’s Allston campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Designed to be curated and adapted by its users, the 9,000 square-foot space will be available to students, teachers, visiting artists, and the wider community.

▼临街立面,street facade ©Iwan Baan, Amsterdam


▼室内轴测图,Axonometric Interior

The building, a one-story “pinwheel-like” plan, consists of a series of studios, workshops, and media spaces that surround a common “Hub” space. The Hub, which can be opened and closed by a series of four large sliding partitions, enables performances and exhibitions, cultivating interactivity at the ArtLab’s center. Surrounding spaces provide recording studios, sound-editing stations, and rooms for rehearsal, improvisation, and informal performance. The ArtLab encourages and expands participants’ engagement with interdisciplinary arts-practice research, serving as a collaborative activator for the school and the greater Allston and Cambridge neighborhoods.

▼建筑外观,exterior view ©Iwan Baan, Amsterdam

▼立面细部,detailed view ©Iwan Baan, Amsterdam

▼从小组工作室望向哈佛大学体育馆,Group Studio with a view of the Harvard Stadium ©Iwan Baan, Amsterdam

▼中央空间可以通过四扇大型滑动隔断实现开启和关闭,the Hub can be opened and closed by a series of four large sliding partitions ©Iwan Baan, Amsterdam

▼中央表演空间,the Hub performance space ©Iwan Baan, Amsterdam

▼工作坊,workshop ©Iwan Baan, Amsterdam

▼公共空间,common area ©Iwan Baan, Amsterdam


▼结构轴测图,Axonometric Structure

The building, which complies to Massachusetts’ high energy efficiency standards and is projected to be net-zero, is constructed of lightweight steel columns and open web steel trusses on a concrete slab on grade. Framing is mechanically fastened, able to be assembled and disassembled easily and efficiently, allowing for the building to be transferred and given a second life when needed. The steel frame is clad in transparent insulated glass and lightweight high-insulating polycarbonate panels. These panels range from transparent to translucent to opaque, exploiting diffuse natural light and a street-level view by day, emerging as a glowing “lightbox” by night. These materials emphasize the building’s ephemerality while providing a robust and adaptable space for the arts. The roof is covered with photovoltaic panels, generating the power required for the building.

▼玻璃和聚碳酸酯板立面在夜晚发出光亮,the glass and polycarbonate panels emerging as a glowing “lightbox” by night ©Iwan Baan, Amsterdam

▼夜间街道视角,street view by night ©Iwan Baan, Amsterdam

▼场地平面图,situation plan

▼轴测图,Axonometric Exterior

▼平面图,floor plan


Location: Allston, MA, USA
Gross foor area: 840 sq m | 9,000 sq ft
Construction: Spring 2018 – 12/2018
Program: Artist Studios, Workshop, Video and Sound Studios, Exhibition and Event Spaces
Architects: Barkow Leibinger
Frank Barkow | Regine Leibinger
Schillerstraße 94 10625 Berlin, Germany www.barkowleibinger.com
Team: Martina Bauer (Project Architect), Sebastian Awick, Johannes Beck, Jordan Berta, Sophia Hannekum
Client: Harvard University, USA
Photographer: Iwan Baan, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Drawings: Barkow Leibinger, Berlin, Germany
Press Contact: pr@barkowleibinger.com
Architect of Record: Sasaki, Watertown, MA, USA
General Contractor: Lee Kennedy Co. Inc., Quincy, MA, USA
Structural Engineer: Werner Sobek, New York, USA
Of record: RSE Associates Inc., Watertown, MA, USAAV /IT /Security /AcousticsAcentech, Cambridge, MA, USA
Civil Engineer: VHB, Watertown, MA, USA
MEP/ FP Engineers: BR+A, Boston, MA, USA
Landscape Architect: michael boucher landscape architecture, Freeport, ME, USA
Code: Howe Consulting, Norwell, MA, USA
Lighting Design: LAM PARTNERS, Cambridge, MA, USA
Graphic Design Signage: Zak Group, London, GB

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