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这位客户租了一间位于Covent花园的一栋六层高的乔治亚式联排房屋,想要把它变成日本烤鸡串餐厅。由于房屋每一层都很小,所以功能空间必须堆叠起来,即每层都有一个功能。一楼有用餐区域,后面有一个小酒吧。厕所在地下室。二楼还有两个用餐空间,前面和后面都有房间。以上的楼层每层楼都只有一个房间。厨房在三楼。盥洗在四楼。员工办公室被挤进了屋顶。一个现有的楼梯蜿蜒穿过大楼,一个新的服务电梯连接厨房和餐厅。

The client took a lease on a vacant six storey Grade II listed Georgian townhouse in Covent Garden, turning it into a Japanese Yakatori restaurant. Each floor is minute so the programme had to be stacked; one function on each floor. A dining room is located on the ground floor front. There is a small bar is at the rear. Toilets are in the basement. Two further dining spaces are placed on the first floor, which also has rooms front and back. The plan reduces to just one room on all levels above. The kitchen is on the second floor. The pot wash is on the third floor. The staff office is squeezed into the roof. An existing stair winds its way up through the building and a new service lift connects kitchen and dining floors.

▼客户将一个六层高的瘦长联排房屋改造成了一个名为Jidori的日本餐厅,the client transforms a six-storey high townhouse into a Japanese restaurant called Jidori

设计中最大的技术挑战是在整个建筑中运行新的服务,包括厨房供应和提取管道。没有一处地板是刚好与下一层的地板重叠在一起的。基地建筑没有垂直的上升空间。在后面的门面上,很少有地方可以通上管道。在施工过程中,发现了楼板在开挖过程中出现的一些缺陷。这些问题给预算不多的设计师带来了挑战。

The biggest technical challenge was to run new services throughout the building, including kitchen supply and extract ducts. No floor sits exactly over the one below. The base building had no vertical risers. There were few places on the rear façade one could duct onto. A number of defects with the existing listed structure were discovered when the floors were opened up during construction. These challenges placed pressure on a modest budget.

▼别致的地砖标记着餐厅的入口,the special floor tile marks the entry of the restaurant

▼地砖细节,detail of the floor tile

而且,在格鲁吉亚的联排别墅里设计一家日式餐厅,这本身就有些古怪。该设计试图在传达餐厅主题和制作简单的比例式房间的同时,保留一些内部的格鲁吉亚传统。于是设计师针对一些特定的地方进行改造,并将这些新的、更精致的元素与现有内部的粗糙部分形成对比。

There is something inherently odd about designing a Japanese restaurant in a Georgian townhouse. The design seeks to walk a line between conveying the restaurant’s theme while making simple well-proportioned rooms that hint at the interior’s Georgian origins. The idea was to focus on a limited number of specific functional issues and contrast these new, more refined elements with ‘as found’, often crude parts of the existing interior.

▼首层的用餐空间,the dinning area on the ground floor

例如,楼梯栏杆并不是原装的,并且在摇晃。它们与楼梯的物理连接很差,需要更换。把它们重新打造体现了设计师将预算集中在必要物件上的设计方法。新的木条穿过楼梯和天花板之间或不可能的地方,固定在新的木材横梁或柱子上,变成坚固的屏障。

Stair railings for instance were not original and rickety. Their physical connection to the stair was poor. They needed replacing. Re-imagining them became a way of focusing the budget on necessary work. New timber slats have been fixed between stair and the ceiling above or where this was not possible, to a new timber beam or post so as to provide a robust barrier.

▼楼梯细节,新制的扶手和原有老旧的楼梯形成对比;detail of the stairs, where the new railings makes a strong contrast with the old stairs

在餐厅里,板条和新的踢脚板在现有的墙壁上排成一行。粉刷过的基准面的高度来自街道上的固定的一点或者是对面的楼上。木条和木棒都是用枫木做的,用蜡封住。新地板是用坚固的英国橡木做的。现有的楼梯和楼梯平台都被剥回了原有的松木材料。

In the dining rooms, battens and new skirting boards line the existing walls. A datum has been painted through, its height drawn from a fixed point in street or a building opposite. Timber slats and the bar are constructed from maple, given a wax seal. New flooring is in solid English oak. Existing stairs and landings were stripped back to pine.

▼通往二层的蜿蜒的楼梯,the existing stair winds its way up to the first floor

   

▼二层的用餐空间,the dinning area on the first floor

▼二层的包间,private dinning space on the first floor

▼三层的厨房,the kitchen on the second floor

▼顶层的办公空间,office on the top floor

▼地下室的厕所,restrooms in the basement

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