先锋厦地水田书店,福建屏南 / 迹·建筑事务所(TAO)




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▼鸟瞰,Aerial view ©卓育兴

Xiadi Paddy Field Bookstore of Librairie Avant-Garde is located in the north side of Xiadi Village, Pingnan, Fujian, surrounded by paddy fields. The building was a long-abandoned local residence, with three rammed earth walls that remained intact and a few dilapidated courtyard walls at the time the architect arrived.

▼总平面图,Master Plan ©TAO

▼鸟瞰,Aerial view ©卓育兴

▼场地分析草图,Site analysis sketch ©华黎


▼场地原貌,Original Site ©TAO

▼夯土墙建筑原貌,Original Appearance of the Rammed Earth Wall Building ©TAO

▼村落,Village ©TAO

▼剖面草图,Section sketch ©华黎

▼建筑模型,Physical Model ©TAO

Most part of the new construction is hidden inside the remnants of the old house and so it seems as if nothing has happened from the outside, demonstrating great respect for the history of the local area and the overall natural landscape of the village. The remnants serve as a container that wraps around the new construction, which is made of concrete and steel, forming a dialogue between the contemporary and the traditional.

▼书店远景,Distant view ©陈颢

▼水田中的书店,The bookstore in the paddy fields ©陈颢

▼书店全景,Overall view ©陈颢

▼入口庭院,Entrance courtyard ©陈颢


▼长剖面模型,Longitudinal section rendering ©TAO

▼短剖面模型,Cross section rendering ©TAO

Internally, two kinked concrete walls form the main structure of the building, while two cantilevered floor slabs spread throughout the space and connect with the rammed earth walls at the corners, providing structural stability. Edges of the floor slabs are detached from the rammed earth wall to let light in through the skylight. An enclosed and introverted book-display area is formed between the new concrete structure and the rammed earth walls. A theatre space, which is the largest internal space in the building, is defined between the two book-display walls, becoming an unexpected surprise for the visitors after experiencing the cramped spaces up front. An extroverted café space is situated in the cantilevered part at the west end, which is the only overflow part from the remnant wall envelope, providing visitors with an unparalleled view of the entire village and the paddy fields.

▼入口处,Entrance lobby ©陈颢

▼通向二层楼梯,Stairs leading to the 2nd floor ©陈颢

▼中心柱,Central column ©陈颢

▼二层中心空间,Second floor central space ©陈颢

▼集会空间,Gathering space ©陈颢

▼一层阅读区,First floor reading area ©陈颢

▼二层阅读区,Second floor reading area ©陈颢

▼二层阅读区,Second floor reading area ©陈颢

▼楼板与夯土墙之间的缝隙,Gap between the concrete slab and the rammed earth wall ©陈颢

▼楼板与夯土墙之间的缝隙,Gap between the concrete slab and the rammed earth wall ©陈颢

▼咖啡厅,Café ©陈颢

▼咖啡厅,Café ©陈颢


▼中心柱草图和伞型屋顶草图,Sketch: Central column and Umbrella-shaped roof ©华黎

▼中心柱,Central column ©陈颢

▼二层中心空间,Second floor central space ©陈颢

▼伞型结构,Umbrella-shaped roof structure ©陈颢

▼轴测爆炸拆解图,Exploded Axonometric Rendering ©TAO

At the centre of the building, a steel column penetrates through the concrete structure and supports an umbrella-shaped roof on top of it. The position and geometric form of the roof structure indicate the original roof typology of the old house. The roof provides visitors with a sheltered space and a high point to enjoy a panoramic view of the surrounding landscape, like a pavilion rising from the field. The umbrella-shaped structure is cantilevered through the primary beam, and the loads are transferred to the only single steel column, bringing the gravitational loads down to the centroid of the building. The steel channels at the four corners hold the roof structure in place for assuring lateral stability, and also allowing rainwater to flow back to the centre through the inward-sloping concrete roof slab, achieving another form of Si Shui Gui Tang.

▼屋顶夹层平台与伞形结构,Roof mezzanine platform and the double-sloped roof structure ©陈颢

▼屋顶夹层平台与伞形结构,Roof mezzanine platform and the double-sloped roof structure ©陈颢

▼屋顶夹层平台与伞形结构,Roof mezzanine platform and the double-sloped roof structure ©陈颢

▼屋顶夹层平台,Roof mezzanine platform ©陈颢

▼屋顶夹层平台,Roof mezzanine platform ©华黎

光从顶部天窗进入,穿过折线形楼板与夯土墙之间的缝隙,在某些时刻,充分描绘夯土墙的沧桑。 混凝土以屏南本地碳化松木为模板,木纹混凝土粗野而细腻,与古老斑驳的夯土墙形成新材与旧物的对话。

Light enters through the gap between the concrete slabs and the rammed earth walls from top, and fully depicts the rustication of the rammed earth walls at some point. Local carbonized pine from Pingnan is used for the concrete formworks, creating a rough yet delicate texture and forming a dialogue between new construction and remnants with the historic rammed earth walls.

▼光影下的夯土墙,Rammed earth wall under the light and shadow ©陈颢

▼光影下的夯土墙,Rammed earth wall under the light and shadow ©陈颢

▼总平面图,Master Plan ©TAO

▼平面图,Plans ©TAO

▼剖面图,Sections ©TAO






Project: Xiadi Paddy Field Bookstore of Librairie Avant-Garde
Client: Librairie Avant-Garde

Location: Xiadi Village, Pingnan, Fujian, China

Program: Bookstore, Café
Principal architect: HUA Li | TAO (Trace Architecture Office)
Design team: HUA Li, LI Ruoxin, ZHAI Dongyuan, CHENG Xiangju

Structural engineer: MA Zhigang, ZHANG Suiping
MEP engineer: LV Jianjun and Kcalin design group MEP engineer: LI Xin, ZHAO Zirui, LI Wei
Construction team: ZHUO Yijiu, ZHENG Jialiang, GAN Zhenqin, ZHENG Debu, ZHENG Zhongchun, ZHENG Delv and other local builders
Floor area: 397.3 sq. m 

Structural system: Steel / Reinforced concrete

Design: 2019.3-2019.6

Construction: 2019.7-2019.10
Photograph: CHEN Hao, ZHUO Yuxing

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