思锐建筑事务所与Multiply Architects合作完成了位于新加坡的Oasis Terraces社区中心和医院的设计。
Serie Architects working in collaboration with Multiply Architects has completed Oasis Terraces, the new Punggol Neighbourhood Centre and Polyclinic in Singapore.
▼鸟瞰图，aerial view ©Hufton + Crow
▼Oasis Terraces社区中心和医院旨在为其所在的社区提供服务，Oasis Terraces is a new generation of community centres to serve its public housing neighbourhoods ©Hufton + Crow
Oasis Terrace is a new generation of community centres developed by Singapore’s Housing and Development Board to serve its public housing neighbourhoods. It comprises communal facilities, shopping, amenities and a government polyclinic. Serie Architects’ design utilises a series of lush garden terraces that slope towards the waterway as one of the key elements to generate communal activities. These lush gardens act as communal spaces, children’s playgrounds and a natural amphitheatre.
▼连续的花园平台呈阶梯状向水岸延伸，a series of lush garden terraces slope towards the waterway ©Hufton + Crow
▼建筑外观，exterior view ©Hufton + Crow
▼建筑的每个立面都充斥着绿植，every visible elevation of the building is covered with lush plating ©Hufton + Crow
The roof is also heavily landscaped and features planting beds for urban farming. The gardens play more than just an aesthetic role in the community; they are a collective horticultural project. By bringing residents together to plant, maintain and enjoy them, the gardens help nourish community bonds.
▼屋顶花园，roof garden ©Hufton + Crow
▼景观细部，landscape detailed view ©Hufton + Crow
©Hufton + Crow
Overlooking the communal gardens on platforms are rooms and outdoor areas for communal dining, restaurants, education centres, and polyclinic services. These spaces are directly connected to the terraced garden, allowing dining activities to spill out into these areas. Likewise, the waiting areas of the polyclinic enjoy views of the garden terraces and waterways.
▼俯瞰公共花园，aerial view to the communal gardens ©Hufton + Crow
A large sheltered plaza fronting the waterways creates the vibrant heart for the community. This plaza will be used for a wide range of communal activities and events and sits at the crossing point of the east-west and north-south thoroughfares of the site. All circulation through the site and from the adjacent Oasis LRT station culminates at the plaza.
▼风雨广场，the sheltered plaza ©Hufton + Crow
Every visible elevation of the building is covered with lush plating. Together with the veranda spaces that wrap around the restaurants and polyclinic, the plants act as an environmental filter between the exterior and interior spaces. The architecture is also characterised by a sense of lightness and openness allowing daylight and breezes to permeate the building, promoting the use of natural ventilation.
▼从水岸望向建筑，view from the waterway ©Hufton + Crow
▼轻盈而开放的立面，a light, open facade system ©Hufton + Crow
Christopher Lee, Principal of Serie Architects: ‘Our design is informed by the open frames commonly found in the facades and corridors of HDB’s housing blocks of the 70s and 80s. We’ve transformed this precedent into a light and open frame that captures and accommodates diverse programmes for the community in a landscape setting — it is an architectural framework for communal life to unfold’.
Year: Completed 2018
Area: 27,000 sqm
Client: Singapore Housing & Development Board
Design Architect: Serie Architects
Executive Architect: Multiply Architects LLP
Civil and Structural Engineering: KTP Consultants PTE Ltd.
Mechanical and Electrical Engineering: Bescon Consulting Engineers PTE
Quantity Surveying: Northcroft Lim Consultants PTE Ltd.
Fire Engineering: C2D Solutions PTE Ltd.
Façade: Aurecon Singapore PTE Ltd.
Landscape: WNE Integrated Design PTE Ltd.
ABC: Netatech PTE Ltd.
Greenmark: Afogreen Build PTE Ltd.
Acoustic and Audio Visual: Alpha Acoustics Engineering PTE Ltd.
Lighting: Light Cibles PTE Ltd.
Interior Design: Multiply Interiors PTE Ltd.
Medical Planning: DP Healthcare PTE Ltd.
Project Management: SIPM Consultants PTE Ltd.
Main Contractor: Rich Construction Company PTE Ltd.
Piling Contractor: Keat Seng Piling PTE Ltd.
Instrumentation Contractor: Geo Application Engineers
Photography: Hufton + Crow