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2018年5月18日
HASSELL+团队揭晓南旧金山韧性城市设计方案

HASSELL+团队近期揭晓了旧金山湾区韧性城市设计挑战赛中南旧金山城的规划方案。

“聚拢和联通——韧性南部城市”将打造一条绿色长廊,从奥兰治纪念公园至海岸边的新设公共保护区。设计方案加强了民众通往南旧金山Colma Creek河湾的通路,并将有助于降低洪灾,应对海平面上升导致的海岸线脆弱的状况,恢复本地动植物群,从而为人们提供更健康的生活方式机会。

HASSELL董事Richard Mullane表示,设计方案是关于“重新建立南部城市与湾区的联系”。“这里社区的人们,本来是可以沿着河湾步行并在湾区游泳的。我们的设计方案即为将这样的生活方式还给人们,因此我们邀请当地居民介入长期的设计讨论,讨论如何应对海平面上升等问题,保护海岸以及毗邻海岸的机场。”他说。

绿色空间,慢性街道

项目挖掘了沿着整个Colma Creek河湾流域的几大可开发基地,打造韧性城市网络,结合绿色空间、游乐场及慢行街道。

拓宽的运河将有助于减轻反复发生的洪灾所带来的影响,复原圣布鲁诺山的本地植物,并在流域内扩大生物多样化,减轻灌溉需求。奥兰治纪念公园将重新定位为体育活动及社区中心。

通往海岸的平等权利

新增的南部城市环形大桥是一条连续的步行及骑行道,其建筑形式瞩目,是人们通往湾区的首要社区通路,同时也是通过各种交通方式来到南部城市的门户。

在大桥之下,原生植物的培育将有助于滞洪区的形成,帮助101公路泄洪,从而减缓流入Colma Creek河湾及湾区水流的速度以及水质。

圣布鲁诺山脚处将新增一处补给水库,收集溢出的暴雨雨水,从而利用独特的地理环境形成被动渗透。

教育及栖息地复原

水质治理厂经升级后将新设一处生态水公园,为人们提供关于水体的教育,这将包括一个天然的海岸游泳池。全新的“天然堤”挡潮堤坝形成集水湿地,有助于生物栖息地的复原及重建,在“国王级”海潮来临时,收集暴雨雨水。

位于高地的本地学校升级后将重新定位为韧性城市枢纽,功能包括治理水体,提供社区休闲空间,并且将更好地配备相关设备,在灾害来袭时供人们使用。

建立社区投入

设计过程邀请了广泛地利益相关者进行参与,特别地,我们与来自南旧金山及圣马特奥县、圣布鲁诺山保护组织、青年领袖学院以及南旧金山历史社会的代表与社区合作伙伴紧密合作。

同时,于格兰大道设立了一处临时社区中心,与政府代表、社区领袖、当地居民及学生举办各类讨论会谈。

设计团队表示更好地接触水岸的通路、是否能作为教育使用,以及人们真正的拥有使用公共空间的权利对于形成重要的真正关心海岸状况并愿意全身心投入的群众基础极为重要。

HASSELL+团队将继续与当地社区紧密合作,以确保韧性城市的愿景能够在南旧金山以及更广泛的圣马特奥县实现。

更多信息,请浏览城市韧性设计|湾区挑战赛主页。

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