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MEETculture

MEETculture / Anton Kotlyarov, Stanislav Kashin, Federico Marani Macondo / Россия, Италия: Милан

MEETculture / Anton Kotlyarov, Stanislav Kashin, Federico Marani Macondo

Концепция

Проект называется MEETculture, что может быть расшифровано как встреча с культурой. Мы подразумеваем под этим, в первую очередь то что здание музея в нашем представление это совокупность различных функций: Выставок, представлений, лекций, концертов, дискуссий, встреч т.д. Поэтому музей в нашем представлении должен стать площадкой для встреч и дискуссий самых разных посетителей.

Проектируемый участок находится в самом сердце исторической части Ярославля. Этот факт стал отправной точки нашего проектного предложения. Мы сконцентрировались на двух вопросах, как максимально вписать наш проект в контекст и как сделать это место живым и полным людей, то есть как пробудить интерес в жителях и как их привлечь, так как если здание часто посещается и люди проводят там время, это первый признак хороший архитектуры.

MEETculture / Anton Kotlyarov, Stanislav Kashin, Federico Marani Macondo / 2

Интеграция в контекст, в проект здания заложены формообразующие оси, которые ориентированы на ближайшие к зданию памятники архитектуры. Таким образом устанавливается пешеходная и визуальная связь с ними. Так же крыша музея плоская, находится на уровне верхней кромки склона, что сохраняет привычную линию горизонта и позволяет людям наслаждаться памятниками архитектуры. На крыше находится ландшафтный парк, она покрыта растительностью, среди растительности находятся световые элементы, которые в дневное время пропускают свет в музей, а ночью освящают парк на крыше. Таким образом сохраняется визуальная связь с контекстом и создается новое оформление привычному виду.

Основная площадь проекта отводится под музей 80%, но так же мы постарались создать разнообразные общественные пространства, учебный центр, кафе, парк, террасы, открытый театр, что бы привлечь максимальное количество людей. Таким образом музей становится ключевым элементом в пространстве исторического центра.  Читать далее


The Arena And The Grid

The Arena And The Grid / uncreated.net : Maíra Zasso + Yorik van Havre / Brazil, Sao Paulo

The Arena And The Grid / uncreated.net : Maíra Zasso + Yorik van Havre

THE CONCEPT

The arena is left almost entirely to its current function: An open space, fit for sports, recreation, shows, and any other spontaneous use that may arise. There, three new «buildings» are added: two above ground, for exhibitions of any type, and one underground, for archaeological exhibitions.

Additionally, with the creation of a grid of art and entertainment points (sculptures, architectural «follies», art installations, etc…) the arena also gains a prominent artistic role, and becomes a «patch» that links the two parts (north and south of the Kotorosl river) of the city.

The whole design is a free-form, adaptable system, made to be further adapted to the space demands of museum uses, and to the archaeological findings on the site.

The Arena And The Grid / uncreated.net : Maíra Zasso + Yorik van Havre / 2

THE ART GRID LINKING THE CITY

The new arena marks the end of the historic centre with an art and entertainment grid which spreads on the park and the river making a link between the northern and southern parts of the city . This grid is made of totems made by different artists, from sculptors to painters, from architects to designers. Each one changes in form and use depending of its location.  Читать далее


SPARTACUS ALIVE: a Plaza for the Arts & a Cultural Hub

SPARTACUS ALIVE: a Plaza for the Arts & a Cultural Hub / AIA, International Agency for Architecture : Marco Suarez, Lucas Alperi / UK, London

SPARTACUS ALIVE: a Plaza for the Arts & a Cultural Hub / AIA, International Agency for Architecture : Marco Suarez, Lucas Alperi

We believe that Yaroslavl has the potential to become a cultural hub, a city where traditional and modern art meet and take advantage of the city ́s beauty to flourish and enlighten. What if the new complex became a capital for culture and the arts? Can you imagine the possibilities of a place where citizens of Yaroslavl and visitors from all over the world come together to enjoy the arts and learn from each other and from the rich traditions of Yaroslavl while enjoying its precious landscape?

Our proposal capitalizes on Yaroslavl’s context. It provides a new heart for the town, a meeting spot, a playground, a place for outdoor performances and exhibitions. It builds on the city ́s traditional urbanism using the existing churches as focal points. We take that strategy and take it a step forward by shaping our architecture into a building that blends with its context and becomes part of the landscape. Our design connects, frames, blends and empowers Yaroslavl ́s public space.

The historical center of city, declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2005, represents a perfect integration of architecture and landscape at the confluence of two rivers. The public and residential architecture of the city flows along broad streets dotted with large squares. The breath taking churches and monastic ensembles of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries shape Yaroslavl’s skyline and become temples to its local art in form of paintings and sculptures.

SPARTACUS ALIVE: a Plaza for the Arts & a Cultural Hub / AIA, International Agency for Architecture : Marco Suarez, Lucas Alperi / 2

Using the city ́s old churches as a reference point has been the strategy for urban growth and it has shaped Yaroslavl since the late eighteenth century and the great reform undertaken by the Empress Catherine the Great. This urban model has provided historical continuity and visual richness to the streets and public space of the city. In our mind, it makes sense to build in this tradition.

SPARTACUS ALIVE: a Plaza for the Arts & a Cultural Hub / AIA, International Agency for Architecture : Marco Suarez, Lucas Alperi / 3

PLANNING STRATEGY

Our design is the natural outcome of a series of decisions that are related to how the project negotiates with its surroundings.  Читать далее


Oвраг культуры

Oвраг культуры / WOA : Saulius Gecas, Gabriele Chiaretti, Vaiva Rinkunaite / Италия, Рим

Oвраг культуры / WOA : Saulius Gecas, Gabriele Chiaretti, Vaiva Rinkunaite

Hа месте старого стадиона, мы представляем новый многофункциональный культурный центр.

“Новый овраг”, это новая культурная “артерия” в центре старого города Ярославля.

Историко-этнографический музей, Галерея современного искусства, открытая концертная сцена, центр историй и художественного образования, книжные магазины и магазины сувениров, кафе и все это сочетает в себе русло новой культурной реки, это мощный центр притяжения жителей Ярославля и гостей города.

После изучения богатой исторической среды и сети улиц мы пришли к выводу, что новый культурный центр расположен в осевой точке главных историких объектов культурного наследия, рядом с основными магистралями пешеходов и выхода к берегу реки. Aрхитектура нового центра является реакцией всех соответствующих окружающих его точек, перспектив и объектов.

Oвраг культуры / WOA : Saulius Gecas, Gabriele Chiaretti, Vaiva Rinkunaite / 2

Восточная часть участка упераеться в широкий и зеленый бульвар пешеходов, в западной стороне открывается гибкий и живой перекресток с видом на церковь, мост и выходом на берег Волги.

Наша цель визуально и “физически” объединить все эти элементы и в то же время создать новый, подлинный культурный памятник максимально используя все существующие природные и художественные ценности места.

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Y.A.C. — Yaroslavl Art Centre

Y.A.C. — Yaroslavl Art Centre / SAN SAN — architects : Lars van Es, Remco Siebring / Netherlands, Amsterdam

Y.A.C. — Yaroslavl Art Centre / SAN SAN - architects : Lars van Es, Remco Siebring

The basic idea, concept of the project:

Yaroslavl Art Centre: Y.A.C. (concept)

The design for the Yaroslavl Arts Centre provides accommodation for both cultural performing spaces, the Museum of Lore and History as for the Yaroslavl Museum of Modern Art. Public spaces as a café, a workshop area for kids, an art library and a museum shop furthermore intensifies the relationship between city, her inhabitants and the Art Centre.

The Yaroslavl Art Centre is shaped by a landscape, perforated by six vertical volumes with voids.

By placing cultural performing spaces in the landscape a lively relationship has been created between visitors and performers.

Y.A.C. — Yaroslavl Art Centre / SAN SAN - architects : Lars van Es, Remco Siebring / 2

The landscape separates the cultural performance spaces, a theatre and a café (placed in the vertical volumes) from the Museum of Lore and History situated in the area below the landscape.

The various volumes of the Museum of Lore and History are surrounded by the Yaroslavl Museum of Modern Art.

The atmosphere of the area of the Museum of Modern Art is defined by the intensely changing landscape of the roof, whereby different extraordinary experiences and transitions are formed.

The museum landscape is furthermore defined by six green voids with trees. The voids create a direct relationship between the museum and the landscape above and her visitors.

Y.A.C. — Yaroslavl Art Centre / SAN SAN - architects : Lars van Es, Remco Siebring / 3

Short description:  

Yaroslavl Art Centre: Y.A.C.

The design for the Yaroslavl Arts Centre provides accommodation for both cultural performing spaces, the Museum of Lore and History as for the Yaroslavl Museum of Modern Art.The landscape and program for the Art Centre is designed as such that it will form an important cultural heart throughout the year for the city of Yaroslavl and her inhabitants.  Читать далее


Spartacus Alive

Spartacus Alive / Richard Mitzman Architects LLP / UK, London

Spartucus Alive / Richard Mitzman Architects LLP

SITE   

The city of Yaroslavl, Russia is located 250km north east of Moscow on the M8 motorway, the link between Moscow and the Northern sea harbour of Arkhangelsk.

Yaroslavl has a population of 600’000 and is a large transport node, at the crossroads of a number of national and regional roads, railways, and waterways.

Yaroslavl is one of the “Golden Ring” cities, a group of historic cities that plays an important role in Russian History.

The city lies on the bank of the Volga River that forms the eastern boundary of the old city. The city is organised on a north south axis that is also constrained to the west by the motorway.

To the south of the historic city centre is the Kotorosl River, a tributary of the Volga. The intersection of these two waterways creates a peninsula that forms the southern edge of the city and is the location of the Spartacus Alive competition site.

Spartucus Alive / Richard Mitzman Architects LLP / 2

CONTEXT

The site is currently used as an open-air athletics track that has been excavated into the natural sloping contour of the area. The remaining perimeter earth banks create a sense of enclosure for the sunken sports arena and are used as grassed terraces to view the track and field events.

Adjacent to the site are the three historic churches of: St. Nicholas, Our Saviour and the Cathedral of theAssumption. These important landmarks are accessed along the pedestrian park walkway that links the peninsula with the Soviet square and the city centre. The park walkway runs parallel to the river and the alternative pedestrian access route along the riverside path. Public vehicular, servicing access and parking remain from the south and the existing western road network and train station.

Spartucus Alive / Richard Mitzman Architects LLP / 3

CITY SQUARE    

Prior to the development of the arena around the turn of the century, it is easily imagined, based on the levels of the surrounding building, that the site sloped gently from the parkland walkway down to the south west corner of the site. The site, prior to the arena excavation, would have resembled a city square, with perhaps with a central garden.  Читать далее


Ревитализация стадиона «Спартаковец»

Ревитализация стадиона «Спартаковец» в историческом центре г. Ярославль / архитектурная группа prøPolis : Цуканов Станислав, Туник Дмитрий, Рольман Лора, Фишерова Мирка / Россия, Чехия: Москва — Прага

Ревитализация стадиона «Спартаковец» в историческом центре г. Ярославль / архитектурная группа prøPolis

Пояснительня записка к проекту ревитализации стадиона «Спартаковец» в историческом центре г. Ярославль. (арх. группа prøPolis)

Здание музея представляет собой объект, почти полностью занимающий объем чаши существующего стадиона Спартаковец.Входы в здание расположены на уровне спортивных площадок (абсолютная отметка +94,5 метров), отметка эксплуатируемой кровли +100,6 метров, таким образом высота здания не превышает 6,1 метров, а следовательно не выступает над наивысшей точкой склона оврага. Архитектура здания формирует новый ландшафт места, а точнее возвращает месту его исходный образ канала, водяного рва, зеленого оврага. Не возвышаться над оврагом было сознательным решением, продиктованным желанием оставить это место открытым «полем» с доминантами в виде расположенных по периметру храмов. При движении по бульвару Мира или Почтовой улице комплекс музея видится как зеленое плато, городской парк, прорезанный оврагами. Зеленая полоса так же служит пешеходным ответвлением от бульвара Мира, имея ту же ширину (около 80 метров) является звеном маршрута Советская площадь – Даманский остров, где расположен парк.

Ревитализация стадиона «Спартаковец» в историческом центре г. Ярославль / архитектурная группа prøPolis / 2

Центральная часть всего комплекса – пешеходная прямая «дорога-овраг» . На севере она начитается от аллеи бульвара Мира, на которой расположен Вечный огонь, замыкающий перспективу дороги. Движение на юг происходит при плавном понижении уровня дороги, завершается «расширением оврага» — треугольной в плане площадью с перспективой на храм Спаса на Городу. Храм является по сути одной из сторон новой площади, ее главным композиционным элементов. Здесь расположен главный вход в музей, вписанный в один из «склонов оврага» — наклоненных под углом 45 градусов стен комплекса музея.  Читать далее


Invisible Rock

Invisible Rock / Milan Vujoviс / Serbia, Belgrade

Invisible Rock / Milan Vujoviс

GENERAL URBAN CONCEPT

The carefully studied elements of the site show a respectful awareness of the possible impact that a building of this scale and meaning could have on the surrounding area – a dialogue with its perimeters in an effort to fit into both the urban and the natural landscape. This ambiguous juxtaposition between the natural, and the urban, is reflected on the architectural design.

The building is structured in accordance to the topography on the location. So, energy is channeled to it out of the park on the one, and the Chuch of the Saviour at “Gorod” on the other side. The project is concentrated on the possibility of exploiting the topography and natural ground levels of the site area as a means of defining the morphology of the building.

Invisible Rock / Milan Vujoviс / 2

GENERAL CONCEPT OF THE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

The new project is proposed as a mixture of many different activities and programmatic possibilities of the location. The stadium area (ravine) is divided in two equal parts. One of them, which is orientated toward the Chuch of the Saviour at “Gorod” is designed as an open, public field — City square. The other one is the building of New gallery (museum). Each of those parts is composed on bases of the square geometry. The dimensions of these squares are 54/54 m. The building unites many different spaces under one roof. The general concept was to create a multifunctional interior space that can be used in so many different ways. The central space of the building is a Great hall with the dimensions of 27/27/8 m under one span. The Great hall is designed to improve the variety of functional possibilities of the building which can be: fairs, sport events, temporary exhibitions, lectures, projections, concerts, cultural events… est.  Читать далее


3X1

3X1 / JAPA architects : Javier Ponce / Spain, Barcelona

Proposal description: 3 X 1 , a new concept of building flexibility based on people’s connections — Revitalising currently unattractive public space, intensification and diversification strategy.Site within the UNESCO zone — Yaroslavl, a historical city with 1 000 years of history. Our goal is to respect as much as possible the historical layer at a depth near 1 m as well as the maximum height of 2 m. above the existing ground level, the upper edge of the ravine. We see this competition as a opportunity to transform the existing site into a new cultural HUB which integrates 3 different variants of the architectural design of the existing space.3X1 / JAPA architects : Javier PonceA proposal which focuses on connections and on how people is going to use it today and in the future .An architectural solution that incorporates in its design the site’s DNA and the surrounding elements(History, water and nature).All this within a sustainable and respectful approach to the site’s heritage and history.This is the main reason why we decided not to deepen into the existing level of the ravine (preserve historical layer intact), also in order to reduce the construction budget.A landscaped surface treatment of the ravine slopes is proposed (Pedestrian ways — local vegetation). The new building will knit together the surrounding areas via pedestrian pathways and new connection bridges.On the other hand, we aim to take the concept of “Flexible space” to another level, not only by creating a Building that can change its interior spatial distribution at any given time, but one that at the same time integrates in its overall design 3 different general objectives: to be a container for Culture (Museums-exhibitions-festivals), to become a Memorial site surrounded by nature and, during Winter, to transform itself into an Ice skating rink for the people. The Building plan layout is planned to be an exhibition-demostration continuos space, which can be subdivided in order to held different uses such as exhibitions, festivals, museums or congresses.3X1 / JAPA architects : Javier Ponce / 2

The Floor plan will held the Museum of local lore (MLL), the new Yaroslavl Museum of Modern art (YMMA) and the Museum of history of the city (MH). A new water mirror memorial will be located on the upper part of the Building. The Water mirror Memorial is a tribute of remembrance and honor to the Lokomotiv Yaroslavl plane crash victims .The names of each of the the players, coaching staff and flight crew of the Lokomotiv Yaroslavl tragedy are inscribed inside the reflecting pool as a powerful reminder. During Winter months, the water mirror will become an ice skating rink for the people.The design is highly sustainable, incorporating numerous passive and active means to reduce carbon emissions and contribute to create biodiversity.The challenge has been to ensure that this new 3 X 1 Cultural HUB meets the optimum design to position its performance as one of the foremost examples of building design in relation to sustainability whilst maximising the sense of comfort. We pretend the proposal to be a dynamic and inclusive one, where public space,the new building and the surrounding green consitute significant aspects of the area’s identity and attractiveness.The Project belongs to all. Implementation can be in small steps (Pashing strategy), but in the context of a viable long-term vision. Читать далее


The Building as a part of the Landscape

The Building as a part of the Landscape / FRANCESCO ADORNI ARCHITETTO / ITALY, Milan

The Building as a part of the Landscape / FRANCESCO ADORNI ARCHITETTO

A BUILDING AS A LANDSCAPE

Design principles

From our point of view, the proposed competition site is part of a larger park and of an articulated system, already rich with the monuments of interest, places of leisure and green routes coming up on the banks of the river. The built part of the city of Yaroslav it is the «scenic backdrop» and the border. We propose a building that belongs to this landscape system and it implements the connections and potentials of tourism and leisure. The project was therefore intended as the first proposal for public relations and full of possibilities. Not only a place of access to the new exhibition and conference guests, but also the square where you can organize shows, events, outdoor art exhibition, markets, commercial areas etc. … according to the needs of the municipality.

The idea behind the project was to use the existing morphology of the land to create a large square around which are organized, partly underground, all the functions: exhibition, conference or business. According to the isoghipses lines of the ground the square is open on one side to the view of the Church of Spasa Na Gorodu, while the other ends in a large amphitheater / staircase. In this way not only the building becomes a space that connects the park system and its various attractions rather than becoming an obstacle, but it also would keep the historical memory of the place fully preserving the existing morphology, in an attitude to great respect of the place.

The Building as a part of the Landscape / FRANCESCO ADORNI ARCHITETTO / 2

The architecture that ensued, explores the potential of the plastic section of the «ravine» reshaped in reinforced concrete and its variations in the form of stairs, steps, wall or slope. It ‘s easy to see the charm and power of the alternation of solids and voids that alternate or blend into the mass of concrete. The search for clarity of expression has alternated with surrender to the lure of spatial solutions that the project offered.  Читать далее