Manhattan Loft Gardens by SOM

A new focus for east London’s social life

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曼哈顿空中花园位于伦敦东部的Stratford,这里是2012年奥运会的举办地点,也是伦敦最具活力且交通最为便利的城市中央新区,发达的铁路和世界级的休闲设施伊丽莎白女王公园均与之相邻。曼哈顿空中花园的落成标志着Stratford不断提升的城市地位,同时也为该区域的社交生活提供了新的焦点。这座42层高的塔楼包含了公寓、5星级酒店、空中花园、两间餐厅以及多个活动工作室,旨在构建一种友好、灵活而优雅都市生活方式。

▼建筑概览,project overview ©Alex Upton Courtesy MLC

Stratford in east London, home to the 2012 Olympics, is one of the capital’s most dynamic and well-connected new metropolitan centers, with its high-speed rail links and the world-class leisure facilities of the Queen Elizabeth Park on the doorstep. Manhattan Loft Gardens is a powerful symbol of the area’s growing importance, and a new focus for its social life. The 42-story tower combines apartments, a five-star hotel, sky gardens, two destination restaurants and event studios, to create a new model for urban living, which is sociable, flexible and elegant.

▼建筑外观,exterior view ©Ed Reeve Courtesy MLC

 

设计背后的愿景 | The Vision Behind the Design

曼哈顿空中花园提供了一种新的住宅范式:它将伦敦丰富多样的住宅形式引入到一座垂直的体量当中,同时保证了空间在面积和体积上的余裕。设计重点关注了人们在高层建筑中生活和互动的方式。248间公寓分为13种不同的样式,包括宽敞的阁楼式住宅以及精致的单层住宅、以及位于建筑顶层的一套豪华三居室公寓。

▼42层高的塔楼包含了公寓、5星级酒店、空中花园、两间餐厅以及多个活动工作室,the 42-story tower combines apartments, a five-star hotel, sky gardens, two destination restaurants and event studios ©Ed Reeve Courtesy MLC

Manhattan Loft Gardens offers a new residential paradigm by re-envisioning high-rise living and how London’s rich variety of residential typologies can be brought into a vertically stacked building, creating homes that are not only generous in area but also in volume. The brief centered on people and how they interact with each other in high-rise living. The 248 residences are a combination of spacious loft-style apartments and boutique single-storey homes, topped by a dramatic three-bedroom penthouse and providing a total of 13 different apartment types.

▼建筑内部视角,view to the building from the internal space ©SOM

曼哈顿空中花园还开创了一种类似于酒店的全新租赁模式,住户可以享受礼宾服务、加入会员俱乐部并参加各类内部组织的文化活动。塔楼提供的一系列不同类型的住宅能够满足各类住户的使用需求。同时,公寓的设计还以城市花园广场和多种住宅类型汲取灵感,对伦敦最优质的住宅类型进行了诠释与结合。这种多样性也正是伦敦新型社区发展的基础所在。设计者的挑战在于要打造一个现代化的垂直社区,使其在反映地区多样性的同时鼓励人们轻松自由地对话、彼此建立新的联系。

They pioneer a new rental model in the city, akin to hotel living, complete with concierge service, members’ club and a varied in-house program of cultural events. The tower offers a range of residential options, from studio lofts to double-height penthouses — affirming the principle that one size does not fit all. The apartments also reinterpret London’s most successful residential typologies, taking cues from city gardens squares, while gaining inspiration from a diverse mix of dwelling types. This variety forms the foundation of new London communities. As designers, the challenge was to design a vertical community that would work as a modern neighborhood – that would reflect the area’s diversity and, supporting this vital social dimension, would encourage easy conversation and new connections.

▼公寓的设计对伦敦最优质的住宅类型进行了诠释与结合,the design of the apartments reinterpret London’s most successful residential typologies ©Rory Gardiner Courtesy MLC

▼全新的住宅范式,兼顾了空间在面积和体积上的余裕,a new residential paradigm, creating homes that are not only generous in area but also in volume ©Rory Gardiner Courtesy MLC

▼卧室,bedroom ©Jake Curtis Courtesy MLC

▼餐厨空间,kitchen and dining area ©Rory Gardiner Courtesy MLC

▼从室内望向空中花园,view to the roof garden from interior ©Jake Curtis Courtesy MLC

由建筑师和工程师组成的设计团队为塔楼赋予了具有创新性的钢和混凝土结构,并借此在塔楼中置入了独特的户外公共区域,不仅带来了最佳的采光和视野,还促使住户之间产生自然的交流和互动。

Working as an integrated group of architects and engineers, the design team shaped the tower’s innovative steel and concrete form to create impressive communal spaces that would provide a natural platform for interaction, while working from the inside-out to maximize views and natural light.

▼立面细部,facade detail ©Ed Reeve Courtesy MLC

▼立面细部,facade detail ©Luke Hayes Courtesy MLC

▼创新性的钢和混凝土结构为户外公共区域的置入提供了可能,the tower’s innovative steel and concrete form create impressive communal spaces that would provide a natural platform for interaction ©Luke Hayes Courtesy MLC

酒店占据了大楼底部的6个楼层,顶部包含了三个空中花园中的一个。这些花园分别位于建筑的7层、25层和36层。每个花园都具有各自的特征:有的分布着开满野花的安静小路,有的提供聚会区域,有的还设置了烧烤空间和酒吧。人们从进入建筑的一刻便置身于一个强有力的社交空间。三层高的入口大厅同时服务于酒店客人和公寓住户。构成花园的双悬臂结构使建筑在城市天际线上成为一个突出的存在,展示调出城市新区不断向东部拓展的势头。

▼空中花园,roof garden ©Oliver Douglas Courtesy MLC

The hotel occupies the lower six floors and is topped by the first of three dramatic roof gardens, which are carved from the building’s ‘stacked’ profile at levels 7, 25 and 36. Each garden has a unique character, from quiet pathways through wild flowers to a party area, with space for barbecues and a bar. The tower’s strong social dimension is established from the moment visitors set foot inside the building, with a triple-height entrance lobby that is shared by both hotel guests and apartment residents. The double cantilevers that define the gardens also articulate this ethos, and give the building a bold presence on the skyline, signaling the eastwards momentum of the capital’s creative heart.

▼从空中花园眺望城市,city skyline view from the roof garden ©Oliver Douglas Courtesy MLC

 

工程方面的挑战 | An Engineering Challenge

曼哈顿空中花园拥有一个双悬臂式的塔楼结构,采用独特的混凝土和钢制框架建成,使三个独特而壮观的空中花园得以融入建筑的体量。建筑的大部分楼层是通过位于第10层和第28层的悬臂式后张混凝土及钢制桁架系统来支撑的。这种设计方法能够允许转换层下方的一半柱梁被移除,从而保证花园空间的置入。类似规模的后张拉结构通常只出现于大型的基础设施项目当中。

Manhattan Loft Gardens is a double cantilevered tower with a uniquely engineered concrete and steel frame that has allowed the incorporation of three spectacular sky gardens dramatically carved into the building’s profile. The building has an unusual tower-structure, in which the majority of the floors are supported by a cantilevered post-tensioned concrete and steel framed perimeter truss system at level 10 and 28. This approach permitted the removal of half the columns below the transfer floors. This uniquely engineered design allowed the incorporation of the sky gardens, and the occupants of these levels will literally ‘live’ within the structure. The post-tensioning methods and the scale of components used in the structure are typically seen only in large infrastructure projects, such is the magnitude of the work done by these large transfer elements.

▼施工阶段:双悬臂式的塔楼结构,construction phase: a double cantilevered tower ©SOM

▼首层平面图,ground floor plan

▼标准层平面图,typical floor plan

▼立面图,elevation

▼剖面图,section

Start on site: 2014
Completion: The Stratford Lofts: Open May 2019
The Stratford: May 2019
Allegra: May 2019
Gross internal floor area
Hotel GIA: 14,000 m2
Residences: GEA 26,000m2
Gross (internal + external) floor area: 39,299 m2
Number of Stories: 42
Building height: 143m
Form of contract or procurement route Design and build
Architect: Skidmore Owings & Merrill (SOM)
Client: Manhattan Loft Corporation
Structural engineer: Skidmore Owings & Merrill (SOM)
M&E consultant: Hoare Lea
QS DBK Partners
Other consultants: Infrastructure Consultant: Arup,
Access Consultant: David Bonnett Associates,
Sustainability: Greengage,
Transport: WSP,
Lighting: Paul Nulty Lighting Design, Façade Consultant: WSP
Landscape consultant: Randle Siddeley & Martha Schwarts
Acoustic consultant: Sandy Brown
Project manager: Core5
CDM coordinator: Bureau Veritas
Approved building inspector: Bureau Veritas
Main contractor: Bouygues UK ISG

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