Librio Yukuhashi Libaray by MIKAMI Architects

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在福岡県行桥市内,我们建设了以图书馆为中心的综合设施命其名曰Librio行桥。我们设计此项目的用意在于:给当地居民提供更加舒适便利的场所,并将它作为一剂引爆剂,释放出这个中心城市的活力与能量。通过图书馆的吸客能力,我们还附加设计了市民活动中心以及亲子活动区来完善设施环境,满足当代人们多样的需求。我们考虑到将此综合设施涵盖“象征性”与“地方性”“热闹”与“安宁”这些不同元素来充实它的内在。进而设计实现出能够符合“行桥”这一地区身份的代表性建筑。

In Yukuhashi City, Fukuoka Prefecture, There is a complex facility centered on a library called Librio Yukuhashi. The project had a role as a catalyst to improve convenience for local residents and bring prosperity to the downtown area. It demanded a complex facility with support functions for civil activities and child-rearing, in addition to a library, which is expected to attract visitors.So, we planned to create an appropriate building that stands on the foundations of the history of the place named Yukuhashi connecting the two areas, while including contrasting characteristics, such as symbolic value and locality, as well as vitality and calm.

▼项目鸟瞰,aerial view of the project © Kouji Horiuchi

 

关于行桥市
The city of Yukuhashi

福冈县的行桥市位于北九州市东南方向距离大约25km的地方,它是约有7万人口的京筑地区(位于福冈县与大分县交界处,东边面临濑户内海,西边被筑紫山系的群山环绕)的中心城市。近年来,北九州市附近区域逐渐演变成一个近郊居民区。“行桥”这一命名取决于城村改建合并时,旧行事村的“行”字与旧大桥村的“桥”字二字的结合。本次的建设规划用地位于流过旧行事村与旧大桥村村界的长峡河右岸,这里保留了两地原有地区的划分,形成了现在特有的城市景观。

Located 25 kilometers south-southeast of Kitakyushu, the city of Yukuhashi, with a population of 70,000 people, is a central city of the Keichiku region, Fukuoka Prefecture. In recent years, the city has become a satellite town for commuters to Kitakyushu. The city was named “Yukuhashi” by combining two Chinese characters each derived from the villages Gyoji and Ohashi that the municipal authorities merged into a city. The construction site of Librio Yukuhashi is located on the right bank of the Nagao-gawa River, which runs on the boundary between the former Gyoji and Ohashi villages. The two bank areas form a townscape, while leaving behind the former zoning of the villages.

▼行桥市的历史地图,old map of Yukuhashi City © MIKAMI Architects

江户时代(中国清朝时期),该规划用地周边作为连接中津街道(北九州的主干道,起着连接当时的小仓城区与中津城区的作用)的枢纽,承载了一段车水马龙的繁盛历史。另外,该规划用地面前流淌的长峡河流域,在当时水运发达,它还作为小仓藩(江户时代的藩国之一)最大的大米产地支撑了小仓城区的繁荣。到了明治时期(中国清末),这片规划用地的正前方建成了旧百三十银行行桥分行(现在的行桥红砖馆)。此红砖馆由建筑大师辰野金吾监督设计,它是当时有着重要地位的建筑之一,可谓是当地行政与经济实力的象征。

During the Edo Period (1603-1868), the surrounding area of the site was a post town of the Nakatsu Kaido road. Nakatsu Kaido used to connect the castle towns of Kokura and Nakatsu as a major road in the northern part of Kyushu, and it went by the construction site. With advanced water transportation along the Nagao-gawa River, which runs in front of the site, the town also supported the castle town as the biggest rice production center within the Kokura Domain.After the Meiji Era (1868-1912), the former 130 Bank Yukuhashi Branch (present-day Yukuhashi Red Brick Building or Akarengakan) was built in front of the construction site. Believed to have been supervised by renowned Japanese architect Kingo Tatsuno, the Akarengakan is an important piece of architecture, the symbol of the economic power of the Gyoji and Ohashi areas in those days.

▼建筑与红砖馆交相辉映,the building facing the Akarengakan © Kouji Horiuchi

▼屋顶露台连接2层与3层,roof terrace running from the 2F to 3F © Kouji Horiuchi

▼三层平台,terrace on 3F © Kouji Horiuchi

▼二层阶梯,steps starting from 2F © Kouji Horiuchi

 

扭转魔方的外观
Two parts in a twisted arrangement

我们分别以旧行事村与旧大桥村的街景为符号,打造了上层与下层的两个独立空间,并通过楼体的扭转整合了其内部的结构。另外,我们将下层的空间布置的热闹且富有活力,越走向高处越让人感到安静与沉稳。同时,还赋予了楼体内部以多种多样的功能。下半部1、2层部分面向红砖馆,令其在尊重当地历史的同时,随时能够迎接市民到访,为城市提供源源不断的活力。而在上半部3、4层部分,我们设置了阅读区和书桌,让人们可以坐望长峡河与附近远山,提供给人们静谧空间来小憩或学习。

We designed the building with a “twisted” structure so that the upper part does not sit squarely on top of the lower part, and so that each part dovetails with the townscape of the former villages of Gyoji and Ohashi, respectively.The various functions are zoned within the building, with its lower floors the busiest and it getting progressively quieter as one moves upward. The lower space facing the Yukuhashi Red Brick Building is designed to welcome local people’s activities and bring new energy to the city, while respecting the history of the region. The upper space, with views of Nagao-gawa River and the surrounding mountains, is designed as a peaceful environment with carrels and space for learning.

▼建筑外观,扭转体块,appearance,twisted blocks © Kouji Horiuchi

▼入口,entrance © Kouji Horiuchi

▼北侧外观,north side view © Kouji Horiuchi

 

内部表象空间
Interior

内部空间通过匠心独运的内装,展现出了每一层的结构的特点。为了突出素材的特性,我们选则做出无色彩内装。而又通过将波光粼粼的长峡河作为整体地板的主题图案,运用亮色围绕在电梯周边使内部空间既简约又清新脱俗。我们还通过分配给每个楼层多种功能,在勾画出对节奏律动感与扭曲空间的诠释同时,将楼体内部贯穿起来。

▼设施功能结构说明,composition of the facility © MIKAMI Architects

The interior space is designed in a methodical way while expressing the structure of each part. For the achromatic interior and its bare materials, we introduced the glitter of the Nagao-gawa River as a pattern motif of the flooring and decorated the space around the elevator with accent colors. While arranging the different functions on the floors of the twisted upper and lower parts, we made the space continuous by unifying the interior materials and colors.

▼入口大厅,entrance hall © Kouji Horiuchi

▼接待区,meeting area © Kouji Horiuchi

▼多功能大厅, multi-purpose hall © Kouji Horiuchi

▼从二层看向入口通高大厅,view from 2F to entrance hall © Kouji Horiuchi

▼二层儿童区,children’s area on 2F © Kouji Horiuchi

▼室外阶梯通往三层,outdoor steps to 3F © Kouji Horiuchi

▼三层学习区,learning commons on 3F © Kouji Horiuchi

▼阅览区看向室外平台,view to the terrace from reading area © Kouji Horiuchi

▼开放书架,open racks © Kouji Horiuchi

▼金属百叶窗笼罩内部空间,interior covered with metal louvers © Kouji Horiuchi

▼安静的阅览区,quiet browsing area © Kouji Horiuchi

▼三层演播室,studio on 3F © Kouji Horiuchi

 

撰写当地历史篇章
Architecture that weaves a history

这个坐镇于市区中心的扭转魔方建筑,从整体来看个性十足。我们设计出了根据观察角度的变化与周边街景相融合的构造特点。这个扭转的骨骼与当地地理历史相对应的同时,我们将其内部涵盖了理想的多种机能。

A building with a twisted design stands in the center of a city. Although the silhouette may elicit a feeling of otherness, it is spatially continuous with the surrounding residential area, depending on the angle from which it is viewed.
While the twisted framework is designed to correspond to the location and its history, it generously encloses the required functions. The framework will survive no matter how the functions may change in line with the times.

▼夜景,night view © Kouji Horiuchi

 

构造计划
Structure

我们选择使用钢结构来减轻上层正方体重量,同时实现了上层突出在外的景观。下层正方体则采用钢筋混凝土结构来合理地传达上层钢结构的应力。在兼具经济效益与抗震性的基础上,我们不仅实现了扭转魔方的特色外观,还确保了内部空间的开放性。

The upper part has a steel-framed structure that enables the cubic volume to be lighter and the extended end larger. The lower part has a steel-reinforced concrete structure that transfers the stress from the steel-framed upper part. Thus, we achieved a good balance between the twisted design and creating an open space, while also satisfying economic efficiency and quake resistance.

▼结构构造图,structural model © MIKAMI Architects

 

仅此一处,独一无二的建筑
Something that is not possible anywhere else

在地方城市的公共设施建设上,创建出唯有在该处才能完成的独创建筑非常重要。基于当地特有的历史文脉,我们期待Librio行桥编织出行桥市历史的新篇章。

We believe that it is important to build public architecture that you could not create anywhere else, especially in the case of a local region.We expect that the building will weave new stories in the historical context of the location.

▼一层平面,1F plan © MIKAMI Architects

▼二层平面,2F plan © MIKAMI Architects

▼三层平面,3F plan © MIKAMI Architects

▼四层平面,4F plan © MIKAMI Architects

▼立面,elevations © MIKAMI Architects

▼剖面,sections © MIKAMI Architects

项目名称:Librio行桥(行桥市图书馆综合设施)
设计方:三上建筑事务所
公司网站:www//http:mikami-arc.co.jp
联系邮箱:kin@mikami-arc.co.jp
完成年份:2020年2月竣工
主创及设计团队:益子 一彦&三上建筑事务所
项目地址:日本福冈县
建筑面积:2,151.19㎡
摄影版权:崛内 広治
客户:福冈县行桥市

Project name: Librio Yukuhashi Libaray
Design: MIKAMI Architects
Website: www//http:mikami-arc.co.jp
Contact e-mail: kin@mikami-arc.co.jp
Completion Year: Feb.2020
Leader designer & Team: Mashiko Kazuhiko&MIKAMI Architects
Project location: Fukuoka Prefecture ,Japan
Gross Built Area: 2,151.19㎡
Photo credits: Kouji Horiuchi
Clients: Yukuhashi City

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