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成立于1991年的香港科技大学 (科大) 是一所享誉国际的高等学府，一直被评为亚洲以至全球领先的研究学府之一。 科大也是世界上发展最快的大学之一。 该大学在2019-2020学年招收的16,000名学生中，有一半以上来自海外，因此，在校园内增加新的住宿设施成为迫在眉睫的需要。
由利安与Zaha Hadid Architects设计的新大学宿舍将于2023年完工，预计容纳1,500多名学生。该设计以科技大学致力于用科技创新解决当今全球难题的理念为宗旨，结合先进的数位化设计技术、可持续的建筑实践和运营策略，确保建筑五十年的生命周期。
Established in 1991, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) has become a leading research institution consistently ranked amongst the best in Asia and around the globe. HKUST is also one of the world’s fastest growing universities. Over half of the university’s 16,000 students enrolled in the 2019-2020 academic year are from overseas, creating an urgent demand for new residential facilities within its Clear Water Bay campus.
Planned for completion in 2023, the university’s new halls of residence designed by Zaha Hadid Architects in collaboration with Leigh & Orange will house over 1,500 students. Marrying advanced digital design technologies with sustainable construction practices and operational strategies for its 50-year life cycle, the design is guided by the university’s mission to harness technology and innovation to solve today’s critical global issues.
▼项目概览，overall view of the project ©Render by Visual Brick
新的学生宿舍位于科大校园的东南部一个高度约25米的陡峭斜坡上。 该建筑物的屋顶被设计为主要的人行通道，并设有遮荫的户外区域，为学生和教职员工提供休息和聚集的空间，鼓励互动并强化跨校园文化氛围。 屋顶走道在北部校园的学术区域和南部主要的宿舍区域之间建立了新的连接，从此学生和教职人员无需绕山而行。
Located at the southeast of the HKUST campus, the new halls of residence are embedded within a steeply sloping site of approximately 25m of level difference. The building’s roof line has been designed as its primary circulation and incorporates shaded outdoor areas for students and staff to rest and gather together, helping to build a stronger cross-campus culture. This rooftop walkway creates a new connection between the academic blocks of the north campus and the primarily residential blocks of the south, eliminating the need for students and staff to circumnavigate the hilly terrain.
Digital design tools allowing simultaneous considerations of numerous site parameters including terrain levels, solar radiation, sightlines and soil conditions have defined the design’s optimal configuration and orientation; while the digital encoding of its internal spaces enabled layout tests to optimize functionality and adaptability, as well as accurate calculation of natural light levels.
▼远景，宿舍位于陡峭的山坡上，distanced view of the project located on a steep slope ©Render by Visual Brick
The halls of residence are organized in a hexagonal configuration creating four courtyards terraced into the steeply sloping site. With all rooms facing open spaces, approximately 35,500 sqm of accommodation includes communal areas for living, learning, recreation and leisure. The courtyards are designed to be quieter spaces for rest and relaxation, while the surrounding hillside will be replanted to prevent soil erosion with zones for exercise and social activities.
The residences are arranged in three differing ‘clusters’ that combine communal living spaces with a varying number of single or double occupancy bedrooms, enabling between 18 to 36 students to share one apartment as a single self-contained ‘household’ that encourages a sense of ownership and cohesion.
▼六角形排列的宿舍上形成四个露台，halls of residence organized in a hexagonal configuration creating four courtyards ©Render by Visual Brick
▼露台，terrace ©Render by Visual Brick
Building Information Modelling (BIM) and 3D simulations have optimized the design coordination and material selection, while construction strategies developed in parallel with the design development ensure the most efficient procurement and construction. Following Hong Kong Government’s initiatives to increase build quality while also reducing construction time and waste, the building’s modular systems include pre-assembled façade units and washroom pods that are quickly installed on-site.
Designed as a series of prefabricated modules, the façade units incorporate thermal insulating layers and double glazed windows with a low shading co-efficient. Digital mapping evaluations of solar paths and heat gain have determined the geometries of the external solar shading fins positioned above the windows within the façade units. To ensure thermal comfort, the geometries of these shading fins vary in depth and length in response to solar exposure on each façade unit and the programmatic planning of the interior spaces.
Also determined by these digital mapping evaluations, different colors of ceramic tiles are applied to flat areas of each precast façade module that vary in shade dependent on the solar heat gain calculated for each unit, creating a continuous mural that visualizes the building’s micro-climate and thermal considerations.
▼立面使用不同深浅颜色的瓷砖，facade varying in shade ©Render by Visual Brick
The ‘Y’ cluster apartments accommodate 27 students with study areas, relaxation lounge and kitchen, while the ‘V’ clusters house 36 students in a split level apartment with a double-height living space and stairs connecting the quieter study lounge on upper floor with the dining-kitchen area on lower level. The ‘Linear’ cluster of apartments house 18 students and include an open plan living area with kitchen that can be subdivided by partitions when required.
Privacy and spatial equality are the primary drivers for the bedroom designs, with storage and furniture configurations achieving maximum spatial efficacy. The bedrooms within all apartments are grouped together and separated from the communal spaces by an additional doorway to manage noise.
▼宿舍公共空间，public space in the residence hall ©Render by Visual Brick
The halls’ environmental systems are integrated within the university’s centralised network. Incorporating a central chiller plant using seawater-cooled central chilling in a district cooling system providing significant reductions in energy consumption, this centralized smart system can predict and offset daytime energy demand in the academic buildings with evening demand in the residential accommodation.
As an important circulation route for the campus, the halls’ roof includes substantial thermal and sound insulation while photovoltaic arrays installed on the roof’s inaccessible sections will harvest renewable energy in accordance with the university’s commitment to transforming its Clear Water Bay campus to carbon-neutral operations.
▼环保体系融合于建筑之中，environmental systems integrated within the building ©Render by Visual Brick