Tverrfjellhytta – Norwegian Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion By Snøhetta

Enjoying the beauty of Dovrefjell.

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挪威野生驯鹿瞭望亭位于Dovrefjell国家公园的深郊野外之处,海拔1250米,俯瞰Snøhetta群山。这座面积仅75平方米的室内空间,旨在为旅行团体提供临时休憩之所,也为来者指引Dovre Mountain高原的壮丽景象,和独特的生态环境之美。

The Norwegian Wild Reindeer Pavilion sits on a spectacular site on the outskirts of Dovrefjell National Park at around 1250 meters above sea level, overlooking the mountain, Snøhetta.  The main purpose of the 75m2 beiuilding is to provide shelter for school groups and visitors as mountain guides lecture about the unique wildlife and history of the Dovre Mountain plateau.

▼建筑全貌,view of the architecture  © Diephotodesigner.de OHG 2010

Dovrefjell是野生驯鹿群,麝香牛,北极狐和各种独特地域物种的发源地。自古以来,旅行家,猎人,采矿及军队都在该地区留下人类的痕迹。现如今,当代旅游业和娱乐业持续影响着当地的风景和文化塑成。此外,Dovrefjell对整个挪威的历史及文化形成具有特殊意义。而源起于挪威的传说,神话,诗歌,音乐及朝圣无不与这神秘永恒,繁盛昌荣的Dovrefjell息息相关。甚至挪威宪法中也清晰的写着“信任和信念,如Dovre般永恒”。

Dovrefjell is home to wild reindeer herds, musk oxen, arctic foxes and a variety of endemic botanical species. A long history filled with travellers, hunting traditions, mining and military activities have left their mark on this land. Today, modern tourism and recreation continue to shape the cultural landscape of this place. Dovrefjell also holds significant importance in the consciousness of Norway. National legends, myths, poetry, music, and pilgrimages celebrate the mystic, eternal, and grounded qualities of this robust place. The founding fathers of the Norwegian constitution are “agreed and faithful, until the fall of Dovre!” 

▼远眺建筑,view from distance  © Ketil Jacobsen

© Roger Brennhagen

自然,文化和梦幻的景观成就了该建筑的主要设计思想。建筑设计理念建立在坚硬的外表,与柔软有机的内在之间的对比。木质的内部空间完美融入生钢和玻璃混合材质建筑之中。建筑核心展现为被风雨侵蚀过的石头或冰川般的样貌。它给人一种受庇护的,温暖的环境,同时为来者提供一个欣赏风景的绝佳之处。

Natural, cultural and mythical landscapes form the basis of the architectural idea. The building design is based on a contrast between a rigid outer shell and a soft organic-shaped inner core. A wooden interior is placed within a rectangular frame of raw steel and glass. The core is shaped like rock or ice is eroded by natural forces like wind and running water. Its shape creates a protected and warm gathering place, while still preserving visitor’s access to spectacular views.

▼几何外貌与柔软内装的对比,a contrast between a rigid outer shell and a soft organic-shaped inner core © Ketil Jacobsen

为了能够抵御严寒等恶劣天气,建筑的材料及建造质量都经过严格的设计与考虑。简单的建筑形式及天然的建筑材料完美契合了当地的建造传统。与此同时,建造过程还采用了全新的科技工艺。建筑的木质内装采用3D数字技术,并使用大型机器人装配而成。Tverrfjellhytta以其坚硬的外建筑外形改良了本地的传统建筑形式,为来访者提供了一个庇护之所,而其自身也成为了Dovrefjell的独特景观。

Considerable emphasis is put on the quality and durability of materials so that the building can withstand the harsh climate. The shelter’s simple form and use of natural building materials reference local building traditions. And at the same time, new technologies will be utilized to bring modern efficiency to the fabrication process. The wood core will be manufactured using a large scale robot- controlled milling machine based on digital 3D models. Tverrfjellhytta is a robust building that refines local building traditions, provides a protected gathering place for the visitors and enriches the unique landscape of Dovrefjell.

▼内部细节,the interior © Diephotodesigner.de OHG 2010

© Ketil Jacobsen

© Ketil Jacobsen

▼天然木材,natural materials  © Ketil Jacobsen

Location: Hjerkinn, Dovre, Norway
Typology: Keyless structure
Size: 90 m2
Status: Completed
Client: Norwegian Wild Reindeer Centre

Collaborators
Structural engineer: Dr.Techn. Kristoffer Apeland AS, Trond Gundersen
Main contractor: Prebygg AS
Subcontractor, steel: Lonbakken AS
Subcontractor, glass: Skandinaviska Glassystem AB
Contractor, wood: Djupevaag Ship Builders AS

English text: Snøhetta
Chinese text: gooood editor Lu Lu

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