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As the latest addition to the University Library of Tsinghua University, which has been a constantly growing cluster during the past one hundred years, the North Wing, or the Mochtar Riady Library as it is named after its donor, shows great effort in responding to and situating itself within the historical context of the campus while at the same time complementing and improving the latter by expressing a subtle zeitgeist and temperate contemporariness in both its form and function.
▼鸟瞰，aerial view © 存在建筑
The Tsinghua University Library is a landmark building on the Tsinghua University campus. It was initially designed by American architect Henry Murphy, and the construction was completed in 1919, followed by two extensions: the second phase of construction designed by Yang Tingbao in 1930s, and the third phase of construction designed by Guan Zhaoye in 1980s.
This project is the fourth phase of extension of the library complex, located in the core area of the campus. The library embodies the continuance of the historical context of the university, and at the same time addresses the need for development in regards to teaching and academic disciplines.
▼北立面西侧四期和三期建筑的衔接，the connection of the fourth and third phases on the west side of the north facade © 存在建筑
▼东立面和三期建筑的衔接，the connection between the east facade and the third phase building © 存在建筑
The new building and the existing cluster are interconnected as an organic whole. The main volume is in a gesture of setting back its top to mitigate its pressure on the surroundings. The set-back exterior walls of the fourth-floor extends themselves downward, serving as a partition between the inner space and the peripheral areas, whereas the circulation in-between is enabled via openings in the wall, and thus generates a horizontally two-layered structure which is fully reflected on the envelop of the building. Behind the three-story-high transparent façade stands a four-story-high concrete wall, which gives a more solid feeling and keeps a spatial balance between separation and interconnection. With the lights on, this layered spatial arrangement is spotlighted against the dark of the night. Moreover, architectural details, such as the patterned brick sunshades on the outside, the extensive glass curtain wall, and decorations in an abstracted fashion, are all parts of the effort to make the new addition a coordinated as well as contemporarily expressed part of the existing library.
▼北侧主入口，富于构成感的红砖构架、大面积的玻璃幕墙，main entrance on the north side with patterned brick sunshades and extensive glass curtain wall © 存在建筑
▼下沉庭院入口门廊，entrance porch of the sunken courtyard © 存在建筑
▼下沉庭院及西立面，地下一层入口，sunken courtyard and west facade，entrance of underground floor © 存在建筑
Enclosed by the partition wall defining the inner space and the peripheral, is a collection-reading area, which is typical of academic libraries. The peripheral areas scattering between the wall and the outmost exterior cladding are for more public programs such as circulation, informal reading and so on, making it a more interactive transition to the outdoor landscape.The new addition represents the trend in the development of university libraries today. A series of complementing programs are introduced with public spaces such as atriums joining the public circulations both inside and outside, including exhibition hall, café, bookstore, group discussion space, study lounge, ancient book restoration area, etc. In the meanwhile, the existing library’s lack of big open reading space is also significantly mitigated.
▼三四期之间形成内庭院，the inner courtyard between the third and fourth phases © 存在建筑
▼中庭空间，与外部景观形成更强的互动性，atrium space，making it a more interactive transition to the outdoor landscape © 李炎
▼外侧包裹交通空间，the edge of interior wrapped with traffic space © 李炎
Immersed in the same poetic beauty of the campus, the project is a trial to not only keep very consistent with the quality of “harmony and propriety”, a tradition inherited from the precedent three phases of the library as a whole, but also add to it by contributing a very well controlled novelty and diversity to its physical environment as well as building programs, trying to wrap up the sonata of Tsinghua Library with a recapitulating cadenza.
▼模型，models © 清华大学建筑设计研究院
▼一层平面图，F1 plan © 清华大学建筑设计研究院
▼三层平面图，F3 plan © 清华大学建筑设计研究院
▼四层平面图，F4 plan © 清华大学建筑设计研究院
▼立面图，elevations © 清华大学建筑设计研究院
▼剖面图，sections © 清华大学建筑设计研究院
建筑面积: 14,959 m2
Project Name: Tsinghua University Library North Wing
Architect: THAD (Architectural Design and Research Institute of Tsinghua University)
Completion Time: 2016
Design Time: 2010-2012
Area: 14,959 m2
Location: Tsinghua University, Beijing
Principal in Charge: GUAN Zhaoye
Design Team: GUAN Zhaoye, LIU Yulong, HAN Mengzhen , CHENG Xiaoxi, WANG Yan, JIANG Weiwei, JING Jie, CAI Weixin, XU Qing, LIU Fuli, YU Lihua, REN Jiankai, CUI Xiaogang, ZHANG Song
Construction Design: JING Jie, CAI Weixin
Contractor: Beijing Urban Construction Sixth Group
Photograph: LI Yan , Arch-Exist Photographer