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城市中的引力場——城市微空間復興計劃2018年工作營

Gravitational Field in the City – 2018 Work Camp of the Urban Micro Space Revival Plan

2018.06.05

2018年6月15日下午,由GOA大象設計與Let's talk學術論壇共同舉辦的“城市中的引力場”建筑專業論壇在東南大學中大院舉行。作為2018年城市微空間復興計劃工作營的啟動會,吸引了廣大師生、建筑實踐者和學者們齊集一堂。



“引力場——建筑藝術與公共文化的多場耦合”是由GOA大象設計發起的系列活動,迄今已成功舉辦兩屆。GOA大象設計希望通過特定公共空間改造項目的研究、建造過程,發現和培養未來優秀青年建筑師,為他們提供展現創造力的平臺;同時,建成項目將成為融合社區活動、藝術表演、親子游樂等多功能于一身,激發街區活力的“城市引力場”。 該系列活動曾在2015上海藝博會、2016“國際青年創意文化周”中引發熱烈反響。

在本屆“引力場”中,GOA大象設計攜手Let's talk學術論壇“城市微空間復興計劃”,共同延續對城市更新的關注。同時,GOA大象設計將為“城市微空間復興計劃2018年工作營”項目的暑期實習學生提供指導并承擔主要的設計搭建工作,成果將于11月初在上海當代藝術博物館(PSA)前廣場搭建呈現,并有一系列學術及公眾活動隨之展開。

在昨天的論壇中,同濟大學建筑與城規學院客座教授、GOA大象設計合伙人、總建筑師,王彥為大家做了精彩的演講,他分享了GOA大象設計的一系列城市微更新案例的設計、搭建及使用過程。這些案例中不僅有利用場地閑置狹長空間設計的咖啡館;更有運用竹鋼、TPU等高新材料制作的實驗性城市裝置“韌山水”、“ 城市泡泡”等。作為公共藝術項目,“引力場”不單純拘泥于場域概念或是固定形式的作品,更強調一種“公共性”,即與大眾之間的交流分享、共同創造。這種交流和創造將通過兩個層面實現。

主題分享后,與會嘉賓東南大學建筑學院副院長,張彤;東南大學建筑學院建筑系主任,朱雷;東南大學建筑學院特聘研究員、木土工作室Atelier MUTO創始人,甘昊;東南大學建筑學院教授,王承慧;中共南京市秦淮區委政策研究室副主任,束高駿;中國美術學院建筑系客座教授,GOA大象設計執行總裁、資深合伙人,何兼等對當前城市的發展、如何激發城市活力、自上而下的改造困難和潛力和城市建設中相關政策等問題展開了深入的討論.。

Let`s talk創始人,城市微空間復興計劃發起人,同濟大學《時代建筑》雜志運營總監、責任編輯,戴春老師認為:“隨著我國的城市發展逐步走入穩步發展的漸進式更新階段。除了自上而下的宏觀調整,自下而上的’微更新’也是不可或缺的一部分。我們經歷過宏偉的史詩般的城市建設,蓋了許許多多高大建筑,然而這些高大建筑解決不了很多細微人的具體困境。好的城市,在于的是所有人在里面感覺到放松,愉悅、有安全感。這個城市總是有一個合適他的角落對他綻放微笑。”

本次“城市中的引力場——城市微空間復興計劃2018年工作營”項目得到東南大學建筑學院、同濟大學建筑城規學院、中國美術學院建筑藝術學院支持,喜布文化協辦。后續會根據設計項目的推進分別在中國美術學院和上海舉辦一系列公眾活動,敬請期待。



On the afternoon of June 15, 2018, the Architecture Forum themed with “Gravitational Field in the City” and organized by GOA and Let’s Talk was held at Southeast University. As the initiation meeting for the 2018 Work Camp of the Urban Micro Space Revival Plan, it attracted the attendance of a large number of students, teachers, architects and scholars.



“Gravitational Field – A Link between the Art of Architecture and the Public Cultural Life” is an event launched by GOA. So far, there have been two successful editions of Gravitational Field. GOA hopes to identify and cultivate promising young architects through the research & construction of specific public space revival projects, and provide them with good opportunities to demonstrate creativity. In the meanwhile, each project completed will become a “gravitational field in the city”, providing spaces for community activities, artistic performances and parent-child games to spice up the vim and vigor of city blocks. The program once received warm responses during the 2015 Shanghai Art Fair and the 2016 International Youth Innovation Culture Week.

For Gravitational Field 2018, GOA has partnered with Let’s Talk to promote the Urban Micro Space Revival Plan and sustain people’s attention to urban space revival. In addition, GOA will provide summer interns of the 2018 Work Camp of the Urban Micro Space Revival Plan with guidance, and undertake the design and setup work. The final installation will be set up and shown to the public at the front square of the Power Station of Art (PSA) in early November, and a series of academic activities and public events will be organized too.

During yesterday’s forum, Wang Yan, visiting professor at the College of Architecture & Urban Planning of Tongji University and partner and chief architect of GOA, delivered an insightful speech. He shared a series of urban micro-space revival cases by GOA, covering design, construction and utilization processes. The cases include a café designed by making use of an idle long and narrow space, experimental urban installations “Resilient Mountains and Waters” and “City Bubbles” featuring the employment of new high-tech materials such as bamboo steel and TPU. As a public art program, the Gravitational Field is not confined to sites or fixed forms of expression. Rather, it highlights possibilities of communication and interaction with the public and co-creation. Such interface and creation are achieved through two dimensions.

After a theme presentation, Zhang Tong, Deputy Dean of the School of Architecture of Southeast University, Zhu Lei, Dean of the Department of Architecture of the School of Architecture of Southeast University, Gan Hao, special researcher with the School of Architecture of Southeast University and founder of Atelier MUTO, Wang Chenghui, professor of the School of Architecture of Southeast University, Shu Gaojun, Deputy Director of the Policy Research Office of Qinhuai District of Beijing, He Jian, visiting professor of the School of Architecture of China Academy of Art and Executive President and Senior Principal of GOA, had an in-depth discussion about the current city development, how to inspire the vigor of the city, urban revival challenges and potentials, and urban development policies.

Dai Chun, founder of Let’s talk, founder of the Urban Micro Space Revival Plan, and operation director and editor of Time + Architecture, Tongji University’s magazine, said, “The urban development in China is now in the phase of steady development and gradual renewal. In addition to macro adjustments, micro revival is also an integral part. We have experienced epic urban development, and we have built numerous high-rises. However, skyscrapers cannot help solve subtle challenges. A good city should be able to make everyone felt relaxed, pleasant and secure. There should always be a space in the city that can make one feel comfortable and smile.”

The program, “Gravitation Field in the City – 2018 Work Camp of the Urban Micro Space Revival Plan”,was supported by the School of Architecture of Southeast University, the College of Architecture and Urban Planning of Tongji University, and the School of Architecture of China Academy of Art, in collaboration with XiBu Culture. In the future, a series of public events will be organized at China Academy of Art and in Shanghai depending on the progress of the design project.



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