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▼整体鸟瞰，aerial view of the project ©CreatAR
The project was launched with the ambitious objective of transforming a former coal-mining area into a landscape park, which is not only a model for the landscape design that is so essential in China, but also contains a building infrastructure that can be used for researching into and offering people access to and information about natural ecosystems. The politically stated need to create high-quality leisure areas in or close to cities and to find ways of controlling the resulting large numbers of visitors formed the basis for the definition of a spatial programme. This envisaged not only the creation of the landscape park itself, but also the construction of a central entrance building with a nature museum and administration facility, three greenhouses, a restaurant, a bonsai museum and a related research centre with a library and staff accommodation.
aerial view, project composed of landscape park and infrastructural buildings with different functions ©CreatAR
▼温室鸟瞰，aerial view of the three greenhouses ©CreatAR
The centre piece of the buildings, which are very precisely inserted into the modelled topography, consists of three greenhouses, which were realised as three hemispherical timber lattice domes. The construction of these greenhouses required the pooling of technical knowhow in the areas of energy design, thermal performance, structural integrity and glazing as well as assembly and logistics. With a free span of over 90 metres, the broadest of the three domes is one of the largest such timber lattice structures worldwide. All three domes consist of double-curved laminated timber beams, which are arranged in two or three intersecting layers. The domes are glazed with double-curved panes of glass, some of which include openable windows. The main beams of the timber structures that, from above, resemble shells, are tightly bunched together on the north side of the base and fan out towards the south, creating a structurally varied translucency that optimises the solar gain. A detailed knowledge of local climatic conditions, the thermal demands inside the structure and the structural efficiency and availability of suitable constructional resources were key parameters for successfully minimising the ecological footprint.
▼三座温室远景，distanced view of the three greenhouses ©CreatAR
▼通往温室的连廊，corridor connecting to the greenhouses ©CreatAR
▼与景观融为一体的圆拱，dome merged into the landscape ©CreatAR
▼从水面看向温室，view to the greenhouses from the water surface ©CreatAR
▼拱顶近景，closer view to the dome ©CreatAR
DMAA’s very early decision to use timber as widely as possible in this project permitted not only extensive prefabrication but also a high quality of execution, while also opening up a rich seam of potential historical associations.
▼温室内部，拱顶由木结构制成，interior of the green house, the dome is composed of wooden structure ©CreatAR
▼木材与自然景观相呼应，wood corresponded with the natural landscape ©CreatAR
▼木结构近景，closer view to the wooden structure ©CreatAR
The entrance building, which is approached from the access road via a large courtyard, leads visitors via an open stair that passes through a circular opening in the slab onto a huge roof terrace, from which they can oversee the entire park and become aware of the building’s twin function as an interface between architecture and landscape. The cantilevered viewing platform soars above the area of water at the heart of the park and directs visitors towards the three greenhouses in the botanical gardens.
▼入口建筑和广场，entrance building and the plaza ©CreatAR
▼通往屋顶平台的电梯，escalator connected to the roof terrace ©CreatAR
▼从圆形洞口看向水面，view to the water surface through the circular opening ©CreatAR
▼可以俯瞰公园景观的屋顶平台，roof terrace with view to the entire park ©CreatAR
▼从广场看向温室，view to the greenhouses from the plaza ©CreatAR
The terraces of the bonsai museum, which are laid out in concentric circles, provide the constructional framework for this precise presentation of an ancient Far Eastern aspect of Garden Art. The path taken by visitors reflects the principle of a domesticated natural landscape. Just like the mighty domes of the greenhouses, the base of the bonsai museum also reacts dynamically with the modelled topography of the landscape and the surface of the pool.
▼盆栽博物馆外观，external view of the bonsai museum ©CreatAR
▼同心圆式的展示平台，terraces laid out in concentric circles ©CreatAR
The research centre contains laboratories, studios, office buildings, workshops, meeting rooms, lecture rooms and a library and is broken down into a number of pavilions of different sizes, which are linked together by a common connecting block at ground floor level.
The sculptural articulation of the overall concept is based on traditional Chinese timber roof structures, which it attempts to do justice to by reinterpreting their structural and geometrical logic. The restaurant and tea house is a perfect example of the application of the principles of piled and interwoven load-bearing layers, of creating steps and scale by adding or removing layers close to supports or edges and of playing with proportional relationships between structure and space.
▼餐厅外观，external view of the restaurant ©CreatAR
▼室内空间，interior space ©CreatAR
▼层叠的木结构，piled layers of wooden structure ©CreatAR
▼木结构细部，details of the wooden structure ©CreatAR
The constant dialogue between inside and outside and the architecturally subtle articulation of the interface between architecture and landscape are reflected in the sculptural modelling of the landscape park, which merges organically with the built infrastructure.
▼夜景，night view ©CreatAR
▼设计草图，design sketch ©Delugan Meissl Associated Architects
▼模型，model ©Delugan Meissl Associated Architects
▼ 入口建筑一层平面图，first floor plan of the entrance building ©Delugan Meissl Associated Architects
▼入口建筑屋顶平面图，roof plan of the entrance building ©Delugan Meissl Associated Architects
▼温室一层平面图，first floor plan of the greenhouses ©Delugan Meissl Associated Architects
▼盆栽博物馆一层平面图，first floor plan of the bonsai museum ©Delugan Meissl Associated Architects
▼盆栽博物馆屋顶平面图，roof plan of the bonsai museum ©Delugan Meissl Associated Architects
▼餐厅一层平面图，first floor plan of the restaurant ©Delugan Meissl Associated Architects
Category: Landscape, Museum, Restaurant
Address: Jinyuan District, Taiyuan City, China
Start of planning: 2015
Gross surface area: 54.600 m²
Construction volume: 329.861,00 m³
Site area: 182 hectares
Project manager: Sebastian Brunke, Diogo Teixeira
Project team: Maria Dirnberger, Volker Gessendorfer, Bernd Heger, Tom Peter-Hindelang, Klara Jörg, Rangel Karaivanov, Leonard Kern, Kinga Kwasny, Toni Nachev, Martin Schneider, Petras Vestartas
Client: Botanical Garden Taiyuan
CONSULTANTS Coordination: Yiju Ding
Architecture Executive planning: Institute of Shanghai
Architectural Design & Research (Co.,Ltd.)
Structural engineering: Bollinger + Grohmann Ingenieure
Structural engineering Timber structures: StructureCraft
Façade: Bollinger + Grohmann Ingenieure
HVACR/ Electrics: Cody Energy Design
Landscape Architecture: Beijing BLDJ Landscape Architecture Insitute Co.,Ltd.
Landscape Design Greenhouse: Valentien+Valentien, Landschaftsarchitekten und Stadtplaner SRL