House of the Arts in Miranda do Corvo designed / FAT

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这座红色的艺术中心位于葡萄牙的Miranda do Corvo,由Future Architecture Thinking设计,摄影师是João Morgado。建筑师用简练的几何建筑语言和坡屋顶对城乡结合处的开敞景观以及远山进行对比呼应,同时外表着墨浓重的红色,突出建筑,期望该建筑成为当地的标志性建筑,公共活动发生的场地,艺术和文化产生碰撞的空间。以多功能满足各阶层人们的需求,提升人们的生活品质。

Casa das Artes in Miranda do CorvoImages: Future Architecture Thinking © João Morgado

The Casa das Artes (House of the Arts) in Miranda do Corvo expresses the meeting between two identities, rural and urban, in a landscape marked by the Lousã Mountains.

The building features a contemporary and volumetrically expressive language. The sloping roofs establish a dialogue with the geometry of the mountain landscape, in an analogy to the village rooftops. The dynamism achieved through the continuity between façades and roof is accented by a strong red colour, emphasizing its design and highlighting the building through the surrounding landscaped area vegetation.

More than a building, the Casa das Artes pretends to be an iconic landmark, celebrating the place where people meet, where culture and art happens, a space capable of promoting and stimulating creative activity, increasing the population quality of life.

The project was conceived by creating versatile spaces, technically suitable for different kinds of events, in order to serve all segments of the population.

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建筑外观的景观也被整合到大的设计思想中。室外设置了可以容纳各种活动的露天剧场。建筑外观可以理解为三个体量构成,他们也大体对应了建筑的功能:1 一个完整的300座位剧场,2 观众休息区和大厅 3 咖啡厅和未来的博物馆区。

The deployment area was optimized to favour landscaped spaces, allowing the creation of an amphitheatre for outdoor events, integrated in a garden which is a public space for the village, with several spaces and inviting pathways for leisure.

The building consists of three volumes reflecting different sorts of use: the first one containing the stage areas, the second comprising the audience and foyer, and the third with a cafeteria and a future museum area, which constitute a visually independent volume.

The proposed diversity of accesses for the building attempts to emphasize the characterization of this site as a public space, while allowing the public direct access of specific places, such as the museum area and cafeteria, independently, without passing through the auditorium.

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The main entrance is through the foyer. This space may function as exhibition area which can be divided into two by a short flight of stairs. From here depart two paths to an auditorium for nearly 300 people, with a motorized orchestra pit and six technical levels, properly equipped for holding theatre performances, opera, concerts, conferences or lectures.

The cafeteria can operate independently from the rest of the building, or even serve as an entrance point providing access to the auditorium. This space has a covered terrace with a skylight oriented west, channelling sunset light into its interior. The terrace area gives access to a multimedia room. The facade of the museum area is facing the northern part of the garden where one of the main entries is located and the outdoor amphitheatre.

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About FAT – Future Architecture Thinking
Led by Architect Miguel Correia, FAT – Future Thinking Architecture is an internationalized company developing projects from Lisbon to the entire world, with a developed portfolio for over 25 countries.Architecture and Urban Planning are the main activities of FAT that also develops Landscape Architecture and Design projects, combining the expertise of the work developed by this architect over 27 years with the support a solid and specialized team.
www.fat.pt

Client: Municipality of Miranda do Corvo
Location: Miranda do Corvo, Portugal
Area:  2.360 sqm
Architect: FAT – Future Architecture Thinking
Project Team: Architect Miguel Correia, Architect Cláudia Campos, Architect Sérgio
Catita, Architect Patrícia de Carvalho, Architect Miguel Cabral, Architect Margarida
Magro, Architect Sara Gonçalves, Architect Telmo Maia, Architect Gabriel Santos,
Architect Hilário Abril, Engineer José Pico, Landscape Architect Sara Távora
Builder: TECNORÉM – Engenharia e Construções, S.A.
Year: 2010 / 2013
Photograph: João Morgado

 

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