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Henning Larsen Architects 赢得了悉尼市中心Cockle湾公园地标塔竞赛

 
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Our winning design for a tower in central Sydney will, according to the Sydney Daily Telegraph, provide one of the "biggest slices of public land in the heart of the city in more than a century."


根据《悉尼每日报》的报道,我们赢得了为悉尼市中心“一个多世纪以来城市中心地区最大的公共土地之一”设计一座塔楼。


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We are proud to share that our concept has been selected as the winning design the international competition for the redevelopment of Cockle Bay Park in central Sydney. The 73,000 square meter project, which includes 63,000 square meters of tower program atop a 10,000 square meter public plinth, rests at the heart of Sydney and is co-led by The GPT Group and AMP Capital.


我们很自豪地分享我们的概念已被选为悉尼市中心Cockle 湾公园重建的国际竞赛的获奖设计。这个占地73,000平方米的项目位于悉尼市中心,包括10,000平方米的裙房,63,000平方米的塔楼,由GPT集团和AMP Capital共同领导。


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“We are incredibly proud to have won this important design competition in the heart of Sydney,” says Henning Larsen Partner Viggo Haremst. “and excited by the opportunity to design a destination that is distinctly human-scaled while also offering world-class retail, office, and public space. Sydney is unique in how it entwines a friendly, local community atmosphere within a cosmopolitan city – we see Cockle Bay Park as an opportunity to reflect this and to emphasize the best of what Sydney can be.”


Henning Larsen合伙人Viggo Haremst说:“我们在悉尼市中心赢得了这场重要的设计比赛,我们感到无比自豪。” “对于有机会设计具有巨大规模的目的地,并同时提供世界一流的零售,办公和公共场所的机会感到兴奋。悉尼在如何融入国际大都会中营造出友好的当地社区氛围方面具有独特性 - 我们认为Cockle湾公园是一个反映这一点并强调悉尼最好的地方的机会。”


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Cockle Bay Park focuses on the eye-level experience of the development’s two scales: the city scale, where the tower joins the skyline, and the village scale, where people move between the city center and the waterfront. Cockle Bay Park’s unbroken silhouette slips seamlessly among the towers of Sydney’s CBD, breaking down into more human-scaled pieces as it reaches the public and retail spaces at the ground level. This interplay of scales is respectful of both Sydney’s urban fabric and the diverse community of people it is designed for.


Cockle湾公园设计专注于该开发项目的两个尺度的视线体验:城市尺度,塔与天际线相连;街区尺度,人们在市中心和海滨之间行走。Cockle 湾公园完整的轮廓很好的融入悉尼中央商务区的高楼间,在到达地面的公共和零售空间时分解成更多人性尺度的碎片。这种平衡的相互作用既尊重悉尼的城市结构,也尊重悉尼为其设计的多元化社区。


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Cockle Bay Park links Sydney’s CBD to the waterfront at Darling Harbour, covering an area over the Western Distributor freeway that currently acts as a barrier between the city center, the waterfront, and the thriving Pyrmont district. The “ground” level in fact comprises multiple; an expansive, state-of-the-art retail program sits alongside and is woven into an expansive public park that stretches from the elevated main level to the waterfront below. Wide pedestrian paths frame a continuous public path through the development, and serve as the link between the shops, restaurants, and bars on site.


Cockle湾公园将悉尼的中央商务区与达令港的滨水区连接起来,覆盖了西部高速公路上的一处区域,目前该区域成为市中心,滨水区和繁华的Pyrmont特区之间的屏障。实际上,“地面”层包括多个层次。一个广阔的,最先进的零售项目坐落在旁边,并被编织成一个广阔的公园,公园从高架主楼延伸到下面的滨水区。宽阔的人行道构成了整个开发过程中连续的公共路径,并充当了商店,饭店和酒吧之间的连接点。


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The tower, which is threaded together by public space, defines a new type of high-rise development that mixes traditional retail, office, and public program into a unified, human centered environment.


该塔由公共空间连接在一起,定义了一种新型的高层建筑,将传统的零售,办公和公共项目融合到一个以人为中心的统一环境中。


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“We are constantly inspired by how buildings can facilitate the unexpected, fostering experiences that speak to the idea of a true urban destination,” says Haremst.   “I believe our design for Cockle Bay Park will set a new standard for high-rise development, one where the interface between public and commercial realm link to create a strong sense of community.


Haremst说:“我们不断地受到建筑如何激发意想不到的,令人振奋的体验的启发,这些体验与真正的城市目的地的观念息息相关。” “我相信,我们为Cockle湾公园的设计将为高层建筑树立新的标准,在这一标准中,公共领域和商业领域之间的联系将产生强烈的社区感。


来自 Henning Larsen Architects