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2018年1月25日
HASSELL+团队将与南旧金山社区共建韧性城市

国际设计团队HASSELL+将“聚拢和联通”南旧金山市内的社区,这将成为其旧金山湾区韧性城市设计挑战赛方案的一部分。

设计区域分配至各个团队标志着城市韧性设计项目进入下一阶段,该研究设计项目由社区成员、政府部门和当地、全美及国际专家一同协作,旨在寻求创新的解决方案以应对气候变化对旧金山湾区带来的影响。

南旧金山市位于圣马特奥县,是湾区自命的“工业重镇”。主要的高速公路及火车线路将该市与湾区的其他区域连接起来,但同时也造成了当地一些区域的分离。

在过去的半个世纪中,当地居民已经失去了长久以来与水的联系。一些区域饱受洪灾,工业运作也阻碍了居民亲近海岸。同时,圣马特奥县与整个湾区一样也面临着海平面上升及地震的威胁。

“圣马特奥县是测试能够释放整个湾区海岸线社区潜力的解决方案的最佳试验点。”HASSELL董事Richard Mullane说。澳大利亚设计公司HASSELL是HASSELL+团队的主要领导力。

与当地社区一同进行基地及功能活动的设计

在挑战赛的协作研究阶段,HASSELL+团队为旧金山众多滨水社区打造新愿景,即充满活力、日常开放可及并在应对环境需求及紧急状况时发挥关键作用的公共空间。

在本阶段,设计团队将有机会在南旧金山市建议几个地点,将“聚拢和联通”理念付诸实际。HASSELL+团队提议在Colma Creek湾建造一座新的海岸公园。同时,Grand Avenue大道将成为一个极具活力的社区中心,在设计阶段便开放其中一段海滨区供人驻足。

团队的设计过程将大量借鉴当地居民的呼声和洞见,确保其将于五月公布的设计解决方案能反映社区的需求。除开放的海滨中心之外,当地市民还能通过电子平台了解塑造韧性城市需要作出什么改变,并参与到最终决策中。

“我们希望所有社区都能参与进来,和我们一道打造出来自本地并可推广至整个地区的有意义、可落地的解决方案。”Richard说道。

“从工具图书馆到韧性城市教育中心,我们设想在湾区的街道及滨海区设置一系列场所及活动,成为社区活动的中心。”

“我们的目标是将南旧金山市所有社区吸引至滨水区,通过普及海平面上升及气候变化的知识重新打通他们与水的联系,并为开发适用性强的解决方案集思广益。”

设计出更好的滨水城市 – 从国际多元角度来看

挑战赛于去年五月正式启动以来,得到了湾区九个县公选地方官员的大力支持。圣马特奥县监理会主席Dave Pine认为这是一个很好的机会来充分吸收设计团队的专长、通过创新思维思考并最终为当地带来持久改变。

“解决圣马特奥县海平面上升带来的挑战需要大胆、创新并以社区为基础的解决方案。”Dave说,“在我们努力打造韧性城市、将社区融入快速变化的旧金山湾区时,HASSELL+团队为我们带来的专业知识将是无价的宝贵资源。”

HASSELL+团队由全球领先设计事务所组成,包括入选的唯一一家澳大利亚事务所HASSELL,荷兰建筑事务所MVRDV、Deltares和Goudappel,以及湾区的Lotus Water、Hatch、Civic Edge、Idyllist and Page和Turnbull。

作为挑战赛中最为国际化的团队,HASSELL+熟知滨水设计和亲水生活,深谙滨水区域对于帮助建立良好联接关系的社区所能发挥的巨大潜力。

“气候变化是真实存在的,到本世纪末海平面将上升两米。”荷兰建筑事务所MVRDV联合创始人Nathalie de Vries说道,“湾区社区采用了多专业方法应对这一挑战,以提升他们的整体韧性。我们为圣马特奥县设计了一套高度灵活的组合策略,通过连接起人和水之间的关系,重新为公共空间注入活力,帮助当地社区升级。”

更多关于南旧金山的基地信息寄HASSELL+的团队信息,请点击访问湾区韧性城市挑战赛的网站

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