位于Barangaroo这个备受期待的Wulugul Pop Up项目于2015年12月向公众开放，这个22公顷的多用途区域目的在于改善悉尼港口文化。在过去的几年里，多次获得跨学科奖项的设计事务所Foolscap Studio负责Wulugul Pop Up这个滨水项目的设计方案。Foolscap的关注点在如何让项目能够在接下来的10个月中“逐渐成为一个让当地社区、工作者、游客能够尽情地享受悉尼最好的食物、文化和活动体验的场所”。（一个为全球烹饪界重量级人物，来自Noma餐厅的Rene Redzepi设计的独立临时餐厅项目也由Foolscap负责，2016年1月开放）
The much anticipated Wulugul Pop Up precinct is now open at Barangaroo(December 2015), a new 22-hectare mixed use precinct set to transform Sydney’s Harbour culture.Over the past year, award winning cross-disciplinary design practice Foolscap Studio has been developing the waterfront design scheme for Wulugul Pop Up. Foolscap’s focus was on how the Barangaroo precinct can “gradually become a place where local community, workers and visitors will enjoy the best of Sydney’s food, cultural and event experiences” throughout the next 10 months. (A separate temporary restaurant project for global culinary heavyweight Rene Redzepi of Noma is currently underway, also designed by Foolscap, opening in January 2016).
▼170m长的Wulugul Pop Up快闪空间，170m-long Wulugul Pop Up precinct
THE DESIGN SCHEME
在租借规定下，Foolscap设计的Wulugul Pop Up借助简单的自然材料将这个区域提升为世界级的公共空间。波纹状立面采用了特别制造的回收纸管，可持续性使用的当地胶合板构成了整个南Barangaroo地面170m的滨水区域。设计概念受到悉尼港口周边的景观、地形、悬崖和海滩的启发。
Working with Lendlease to deliver the project, Foolscap’s Wulugul Pop Up elevates simple natural materials into a world class public space. It is made up of an undulating facade constructed from especially engineered recycled cardboard tubes and sustainable local plywood that lines the entire 170m Barangaroo South waterfront at ground level. The design concept was inspired by the landscape, topography, cliffs and beaches found along Sydney’s Harbour.
▼波纹状立面采用了特别制造的回收纸管，an undulating facade constructed from especially engineered recycled cardboard tubes © Penny Lane
Wulugul Pop Up由不同的“区块”组成，反映出项目未来的可能性。它提供了一个让人们在港口休闲、见面、户外工作、用餐或者结束了一天的工作后在这里喝一杯鸡尾酒的机会。Foolscap负责人Adele Winteridge解释说：“我们工作的重点放在了人们如何与场所互动，在Barangaroo，我们希望创造一种人们可以相遇、互动、学习或者只是闲逛和探索悉尼另一面的体验。这是场地中会发生的一系列事件。”
Wulugul Pop Up is made up of a series of distinct ‘zones’ that reflect the future potential of the precinct. It offers the opportunity to unwind, meet, work outdoors, grab a bite or end the day with a cocktail set against the harbour backdrop. Foolscap’s director Adele Winteridge explains: “Our work is focused on how people interact with places. At Barangaroo, we wanted to create an experience where people can meet, interact, learn or just hang out and explore a new side of Sydney. It’s a snapshot of things to follow at the site.”
▼Wulugul Pop Up提供了一个港口边休闲、会面、工作、用餐的公共空间，it offers the opportunity to unwind, meet, work outdoors, grab a bite or end the day with a cocktail set against the harbour backdrop © Penny Lane
The project includes relaxation zones, outdoor cinema, landscaped seating, meeting and coworking areas, event areas and a lending library by TITLE books – all of which revolve around a curated program of special events. Large pockets of landscaping filled with native Australian species line the spaces, including clever yet simple green walls and an edible garden all housed within the large-scale card tubes. Foolscap’s design for the site elevates a simple recycled material to create a dynamic temporary architecture, a range of furniture and functional elements, seating pods, native planter gardens. Custom designed food carts serve coffee, gelato and drinks along the promenade. Foolscap also designed the signage and environmental graphics for the project.
▼沿着长廊布置有设计定制的食品车吸引人群在这里进行多样化的活动，custom designed food carts along the promenade attracting people to the site © Penny Lane
▼设计师为空间设计了图案与标识，Foolscap also designed the signage and environmental graphics for the project © Penny Lane
BEST OF AUSTRALIA’S FOOD AND BEVERAGE
精选出的一系列澳大利亚最美味的食物和饮品在Wulugul Pop Up向大众供应：Edition咖啡烘焙，Gin&It（由Barber Shop供应一系列杜松子酒），Riva Reno冰淇淋，Belle’s鸡肉和Mamak，以及Barangaroo固定租户如当地精品的Bourke Street面包店和许多其他商家。
A selection of Australia’s best food and drink vendors have opened at the Wulugul Pop Up site: Edition Coffee Roasters, Gin&It (offering a huge gin selection by the Barber Shop) Riva Reno Gelato, Belle’s Hot Chicken and Mamak, alongside permanent Barangaroo tenants including local gem Bourke Street Bakery and many others.
▼Gin&It美食站-一些列精选的美食与饮品向大众供应，Gin&It-a selection of Australia’s best food and drink vendors have opened at the Wulugul Pop Up site © Penny Lane
一位Barangaroo大使欢迎游客前往Food & Beverage Hub （美食中心）旁边的Pop Up， 一群热情好客的商家集中在这个专门设计的朝向滨水平台开放的纸管结构中。“沙丘”的灵感来源于海岸边界线，由阶梯式座椅、公共看台和本土品种的草地构成，形成了一片起伏的景观带。
A Barangaroo Ambassador welcomes visitors to the Pop-Up, situated next to the Food & Beverage Hub, a cluster of hospitality operators housed within specially designed units within the card tube structure that open up to the waterfront terrace. The ‘Dunes’, inspired by Sydney’s coastal edge, is made up of stepped seating, communal bleacher and native grasses and forms an undulating landscaped ribbon throughout the precinct.
▼朝向滨水平台开放的纸管结构，units within the card tube structure that open up to the waterfront terrace © Penny Lane
The Coworking Zone is a communal place to meet, share ideas and engage with new thinking outside of the office. Custom designed furniture and lighting has been integrated into the cardboard tube wall, with landscaped low walls lined with succulents. The Screen is where screenings, speaker series and digital exhibitions will be held. A Dwell Area includes daybeds amongst the greenery and Edible Garden where greenthumbs can learn about greening urban spaces.
▼大尺度纸管中种植本土植物的Edible花园，Edible Garden with plants housed in large-scale card tubes © Penny Lane
▼连接花园的矮墙和一侧长桌会面区域，low walls connect the garden and long-table meeting area © Penny Lane
▼长桌会议区域，long table meeting area © Penny Lane
▼低矮的景观墙中种植着多肉植物，landscaped low walls lined with succulents © Penny Lane
▼屏幕区域是用于放映、演讲和数字展览的空间，the Screen is where screenings, speaker series and digital exhibitions will be held © Penny Lane
▼屏幕区一侧的用餐区，dinning area next to the Screen © Penny Lane
▼纸管与植物构成绿墙，the green wall constructed by cardboard tubes and plants © Penny Lane
▼空间与周边港口景色、绿植形成一种独特的体验，special experience with the space, harbour and plants
▼休憩区中绿色植被环绕着长椅，Dwell Area includes daybeds amongst the greenery © Penny Lane
为了激活悉尼这个独特的区域，Foolscap设计了一个供大量游客享用的充满吸引力、令人难忘的空间，这种设计手法体现了悉尼活力和自然美的本土魅力，也是城市户外文化的框架。正如Winteridg所诠释的：“Wulugul Pop Up将场地呈现给本地人和游客；这是Barangaroo和大悉尼社区最终成为一个成熟、让人欣赏和在此生活地方的催化剂。”
Driven by an intention to activate this unique area of Sydney, Foolscap have designed an engaging and memorable space to be enjoyed by a range of visitors. This design approach reflects the colloquial charm of Sydney’s vitality and natural beauty and acts as a frame for the city’s outdoor culture, as Winteridge explains, “Wulugul Pop Up serves to introduce the site to both locals and visitors; as a catalyst for the Barangaroo and greater Sydney community to eventually grow, enjoy and populate the space.”
▼细节，detail © Penny Lane
Project: Wulugul Pop-Up
Location: Wulugul Walk, Barangaroo (waterfront) Duration: Open until mid-late 2016, at least 9 months
Concept and Design: Foolscap Studio
Strategic design thinking: Foolscap Studio and Relative Projects. Developer: Lendlease
Predominantly recyclable or reusable materials with modular construction for ease of disassembly.
Size: 170m long waterfront promenade
Plants and landscaping: native species, various