Rotterdamsebaan Facilities by Benthem Crouwel Architects + Paul de Ruiter Architects

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Rotterdamsebaan公路具有欧洲最可持续的隧道设计,是现代基础设施的典范。该公路于上周六开放,连接了海牙环路和A4、A13两条高速路,其中1.8千米长的Victory Boogie Woogie隧道是欧洲最具可持续性发展的隧道。该项目的发起方是由BAM和Volker Wessels、Van Hattumen Blankevoort、KWS和Vialis几家公司组成的Combinatie Rotterdamsebaan,建筑事务所Benthem Crouwel Architects、Paul de Ruiter Architects和景观事务所Lanschappartners共同参与设计。

The design of the Rotterdamsebaan with the most sustainable tunnel in Europe, is an example for modern infrastructure. The Rotterdamsebaan opened last Saturday. This new road connects the ring road of The Hague with highways A4 and A13. Part of the Rotterdamsebaan is the 1.8-kilometer long Victory Boogie Woogie tunnel; the most sustainable tunnel in Europe. Benthem Crouwel Architects, Paul de Ruiter Architects and Lanschappartners jointly signed for the design commissioned by Combinatie Rotterdamsebaan, consisting of BAM and Volker Wessels, companies Van Hattumen Blankevoort, KWS and Vialis.

▼Victory Boogie Woogie隧道,Victory Boogie Woogie tunnel © Ossip van Duivenbode




The integration of the route into the landscape was central to the design of the Rotterdamsebaan. By having part of the route run underground, the existing green structure remained intact and a new piece of park could be added, the Molenvlietpark. The park is accessible by footpaths and small pedestrian bridges that lead you past reed land, flowery lawns and water features with nature-friendly banks. The sloping shape of the service building blends into the landscape and the vegetation overgrows the building at the park-side, which makes the traffic from the Rotterdamsebaan almost invisible from the park. The wide variety of vegetation with walking routes, picnic places and (nature) play areas is a green asset to the urban landscape of The Hague and its biodiversity.

▼公园内设有步行道和小型栈桥,the park is accessible by footpaths and small pedestrian bridges © Ossip van Duivenbode




The new pedestrian bridge that connects both sides of the Rotterdamsebaan forms a new entrance to the Drievliet family park. The bridge has a sleek, polished aluminum exterior which reflects the colors of the environment and a warm, natural interior with a sustainable wooden deck. In the center of the bridge, the balustrade is raised, which dampens the noise of the road and provides a comfortable, enclosed feel. When the bridge reaches the green landscape, the balustrade is lowered to provide a wide view over the surrounding greenery.

▼天桥中间高,两边低,the bridge is high in the middle and low on both sides © Ossip van Duivenbode

▼光滑的铝制外观,sleek aluminum exterior © Ossip van Duivenbode

▼可持续的木甲板,sustainable wooden deck © Ossip van Duivenbode



在设计中,事务所Benthem Crouwel Architects和Paul de Ruiter Architects一致认为车行路和人行路应该在形式和材料上形成明显的对比,使司机体验到独特而连贯的明确路线。在上方人行路,独特的翼型金属挡板确定了的边界。在下方车行路,LED指示灯经过白色曲面墙的反射,衬托出流畅而沉稳的路径。

In the design, Benthem Crouwel Architects and Paul de Ruiter Architects have brought together the perspective of the driver and the pedestrian in an exciting contrast between form and material. Drivers will experience the Rotterdamsebaan as a clear route with a unique and consistent design. Above ground, the route is defined by its characteristic railing of wing-shaped lamellae. The underground route feels streamlined and calm with the guiding line of LED lights that are reflected by the white curved walls.

▼车行路和人行路的形式和材料形成明显的对比,the driver and the pedestrian in an exciting contrast between form and material © Ossip van Duivenbode



该项目是荷兰可持续基础设施的典范。在整个设计过程中,设计团队将项目的可持续性最大化,并尽量降低其对环境的危害。道路一侧的混凝土排水沟可以吸收噪音,并且使噪声向上传播而非向两侧传播。汽车行驶带起的粉尘在Victory Boogie Woogie隧道入口过滤,减少了近50%的扬尘量。服务站完全依靠倾斜屋顶上太阳能电池产生的能源运行,这些太阳能电池还起到滤光作用,避免司机在进出隧道时产生眩光。

The Rotterdamsebaan is a prime example of sustainable infrastructure in the Netherlands. Throughout the whole design process, the architects made choices to maximize the sustainability of the project and minimize the nuisance for the environment. For example, special concrete gutters at the side of the road absorb the noise and direct it upwards instead of sideways, and in the Victory Boogie Woogie tunnel, the fine dust from the cars is filtered at the tunnel entrances, resulting in approximately 50 percent less fine dust emission. The service building runs entirely on self-generated energy from the solar cells on the sloping roof of the building, and these solar cells also function as a light filter that prevents drivers from being dazzled by sunlight when they enter or exit the tunnel.

▼隧道入口,太阳能电池位于倾斜的屋顶上,entrance of the tunnel with solar cells on the sloping roof © Ossip van Duivenbode



隧道醒目的名称来自彼埃·蒙德里安的画作《百老汇爵士乐》(Victory Boogie Woogie),现收藏于海牙艺术博物馆。服务站指示板上的文字由Het Lab设计,设计师借鉴了蒙德里安的画作,设计出与其理念相符的字体,并用反光箔处理,提升了隧道的活力。

The striking name of the tunnel refers to the painting; Victory Boogie Woogie by Piet Mondrian that is part of the collection of Kunstmuseum Den Haag. The lettering on the fragmented lamellae of the service building is designed by Het Lab who designed the font in line with the concept of the painting and executed it in reflective foil, adding to the dynamic of the tunnel.

▼服务站,service building © Ossip van Duivenbode

▼隧道内部,interior of the tunnel © Ossip van Duivenbode

LOCATION: The Hague, The Netherlands
CLIENT: Combination Rotterdamsebaan, consisting of BAM and VolkerWessels, companies Van Hattum en Blankevoort, KWS and Vialis.
DESIGN ARCHITECTURE: Benthem Crouwel Architects & Paul de Ruiter Architects
LANDSCAPE DESIGN: Landschappartners
COMPLETION: February 2021
PHOTOGRAPHY: Ossip van Duivenbode

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