博物馆停车楼的五个立面,迈阿密 / K/R, Clavel Arquitectos, J. Mayer. H., WORKac, Nicolas Buffe




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博物馆停车楼位于迈阿密设计园区,该园区着重于创新艺术,设计和建筑。五名设计师共同协作,设计了这个有底商和800个停车位的7层综合体。该项目起源于2015年,那时,园区开发者Craig Robins委托建筑师兼策展人Terence Riley构思博物馆停车楼。WORKac,J. Mayer H.,Clavel Arquitectos和Nicolas Buffe受托与Riley的建筑事务所K/R(Keenen/Riley)共同来设计停车楼的外立面。Riley的灵感来源于超现实主义的室内游戏Exquiste Corpse(精致的尸体),同时他把世界各地的设计师聚在了一起。这款游戏在法语中叫做“Cadavre Exquis”,具体玩法是不同艺术家参与进来,在不用考虑或并不知道其他艺术家作品的情况下,自己创作一个图像,不一定要和其他部分匹配,但是大家的图像组合在一起,就非常有趣了。在Riley的指导下,每个参与的建筑师最终都分配到了一块区域来自由发挥,进行独立创作和设计,最终诞生出这座独特且现代的建筑版Exquisite Corpse.

▼停车楼全景视图,general view

The Museum Garage is located in the Miami Design District, a neighborhood dedicated to innovative art, design and architecture. Featuring the work of five designers, the seven-story mixed-use structure will feature ground-floor retail spaces and capacity for 800 vehicles. For the project, in 2015, Design District developer Craig Robins, commissioned architect and curator Terence Riley to develop the concept for Museum Garage. WORKac, J. Mayer H., Clavel Arquitectos, Nicolas Buffe were selected to create the garage’s facades, along with Riley’s own architectural firm K/R (Keenen/Riley). Bringing together these designers from around the world, Riley drew inspiration from the surrealist parlor game, Exquisite Corpse. Cadavre Exquis, as the game is known in French, involved a collection of images assembled by various artists with no regard or knowledge of what the other artists have drawn, producing one image whose components don’t necessarily match but flow together as one playful composition. Under Riley’s direction, each participating architect was eventually assigned an area and depth to build out and given free reign to create fully individual designs. The result is a unique modern, architectural version of the Exquisite Corpse.

▼建筑立面由五名设计师共同协作完成,the facade design is produced by works of five designers


Ant Farm

在园区东北部的第1大道和第41街的拐角处,就是WORKac纽约分部与柏林分部的J.MAYER.H.共同设计的立面,名为Ant Farm(蚂蚁农场),面朝第一大道。该设计融合了社会互动、可持续发展、艺术、音乐以及景观等多个领域的概念。设计以蚁群为灵感,借此展示出人们的各种活动和小型公共空间——花园,借阅图书馆,艺术空间,和游乐场,以及连接他们的交通空间,这些空间在圆孔金属幕墙上反复出现又消失,产生了阴影,同时带来视觉对比和保护。

At the corner of NE 1st Avenue and NE 41st Street in the Design District, the work of the New York firm WORKac meets that of Berlin-based J.MAYER.H. WORKac’s façade – titled Ant Farm – faces 1st Avenue and celebrates social interaction, sustainability, art, music, and the landscape. In an ant-colony-inspired display of human activity, miniaturized public spaces – a garden, a lending library, art space, and playground – and their connecting circulation spaces appear and disappear behind a perforated metal screen that provides visual contrast, shade, and protection.

▼圆孔金属幕墙,a perforated metal screen



Mayer H.设计的立面叫做XOX(拥抱和亲吻),以相互联结的大块拼图为表现形式,并与转角处的WORKac的立面相接。XOX从41街的拐角处向西延伸。XOX带有条纹和跳色的表现形式,让人联想到汽车设计中的空气动力学形态,它仿佛漂浮在人行道上方。金属幕墙覆盖的小建筑体量向外凸起,夜间在嵌灯的照射下更显活力四射。

Mayer H.’S façade – titled XOX (Hugs and Kisses) – appears as gigantic interlocking puzzle pieces that nestle at the corner with the forms of WORKac’s façade. XOX then extends westward from the corner along 41st Street. XOX’s enigmatic forms, emblazoned with striping and bright colors, recall the aerodynamic forms of automotive design and appear to float above the sidewalk below. Smaller volumes, covered in metal screens project outward and are activated with embedded light at night.

▼相互联结的大块拼图,gigantic interlocking puzzle pieces


animation on metal backdrop

该立面是车库的出入口立面,毗邻41街,是现居日本的法籍建筑师Nicolas Buffe的作品。该立面以深色圆孔金属板为背景,以激光切割金属和纤维树脂塑料材质的平面和立体元素为特色。立面沿街处有4个23英尺高的立体女像柱,位于停车楼的拱形出入口边。和下部的女像柱一样,上部的元素也体现出Buffe童年时对于电玩和日本动漫的热爱。立面上的日本动漫和特摄风格与洛可可和巴洛克建筑风格共存,还真是令人出乎意料。

The next façade along 41st Street serves as the entrance and exit of the garage. It is the work of Nicolas Buffe – a French-born artist living in Japan – and is constructed with a dark perforated metal backdrop. The façade features a variety of diverse 2D and 3D elements crafted from laser- cut metals and fiber resin plastic. At street level, the façade’s features four 23-foot tall, full 3D caryatids standing astride the garage’s arched entrance and exits. Like the caryatids below, the composition above reflects Buffe’s childhood passion for video games and Japanese animation. The result is the unexpected juxtaposition of anime, tokusatsu, and manga with Buffe’s other passion – Rococo and Baroque architecture.

▼日本动漫和特摄风格与洛可可和巴洛克建筑风格共存,an unexpected juxtaposition of anime, tokusatsu, and manga with Buffe’s other passion – Rococo and Baroque architecture


Urban Jam

在Nicolas Buffe设计的立面和K/R事务所设计的立面之间,就是西班牙事务所Clavel Arquitectos所设计的Urban Jam(城市拥堵)。其设计灵感来源于迈阿密设计园区的城市生活复兴——让旧建筑和废弃空间重现生机。Urban Jam立面上有45个反地心引力的金银色车身,暗示着其对熟悉的元素进行相似的再利用。这种复古风,使这45辆豪华雕塑样的汽车有如重生,又陷入一场超现实的垂直堵车。

In the space between Nicolas Buffe’s facade and that of K/R, Spanish firm Clavel Arquitectos’s Urban Jam draws from the rebirth of urban life in the Miami Design District – where old structures and discarded spaces have been revived by architectural and urban designs. Urban Jam suggests a similar “repurposing” of very familiar elements, using 45 gravity-defying car bodies rendered in metallic gold and silver. In effect, the styles of years past gain a second life as lux sculptural objects, caught in a surreal vertical traffic jam.

▼45辆反地心引力的金银色汽车雕塑,45 gravity-defying car bodies rendered in metallic gold and silver




Furthest west on 41st Street, just opposite the Institute of Contemporary Art, is Barricades, designed by New York- and Miami-based K/R. The design is inspired by Miami’s automotive landscape; particularly it’s ubiquitous orange- and white-striped traffic barriers. In this case, the faux-barriers are turned right side up and form a brightly colored screen. The façade has fifteen “windows” framed in mirror stainless steel, through which concrete planters pop out above the sidewalk.

▼灵感来自迈阿密的马路景象,尤其是橙白条纹的路障,inspired by Miami’s automotive landscape; particularly it’s ubiquitous orange-and white-striped traffic barriers

Design Credits K/R
Terence Riley, Gustavo Mur, Ethan Royal, Kevin McAlarnen Clavel Arquitectos
Principals: Manuel Clavel Rojo, Luis Clavel Sainz Project Leader: Rafael de Giles González
Team: Ricardo Carcelén González, Ramón Gómez Ruiz, Adrián Riquelme Martínez, Mariano Tomás Fuster, Diego Victoria García, David Hernández Conesa
J. Mayer H.
Jürgen Mayer H., Wilko Hoffmann, Marcus Blum, Fabrizio Silvano, Ojive De Lungeta Nicolas Buffe
Principals: Amale Andraos, Dan Wood Associate Principal: Sam Dufaux Project Architect: Hyun Tek Yoon
Team: Trevor Hollyn Taub, Goran Eriksson
Each of the five facades has custom lighting designed by the London-based firm of Speirs + Major, Project Manager Carrie Donahue Bremner.
The five facades are the public face of the seven-story cast concrete parking structure designed and engineered by the Miami office of Tim Haahs, Project Manager Javier Sánchez.
Construction, Fabrication, and Installation Credits
The General Contractor for the entire project was KVC Constructors of Miami, FL. Project Executive – Andres Del Toro, Project Manager Joe Bickar, General Superintendent Nicholas Walsh.
The metal components of the five facades were engineered, fabricated and installed by Zahner of Kansas City, MO., Project Manager Derek Rehm.
The fibre resin components of Buffe’s and Clavel’s facades were fabricated by Entech Innovative of Rockledge, FL. Project Manager Shane Grey.Ownership
The client for the project is Design District Associates, a partnership between Dacra and LVMH that is responsible for the revitalization of the Design District.
The client commissioned Miguel de Guzmán from Madrid to document the project photographically.

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