武藏野艺术大学图书馆
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项目名称 Project Name :武藏野艺术大学图书馆 / Musashino Art University Museum & Library

参展机构 Company :  藤本壮介建筑设计事务所 / Sou Fujimoto Architects

客户 Client  :武藏野艺术大学图书馆 / Musashino Art University Museum & Library

创作年份 Year :2010

设计师 Designer :藤本壮介建筑设计事务所 / Sou Fujimoto Architects

摄影 Photographer :Daici Ano

 

 

项目创作背景

Project Background

 

该项目是日本一所著名艺术大学的新图书馆。项目除了新图书馆的设计,还包括将翻新现有建筑改为美术馆,最终新图书馆与美术馆呈现为一个相融的整体。

 

This project is a new library for one of the distinguished art universities in Japan. It involves designing a new library building and refurbishing the existing building into an art gallery, which will ultimately create a new integration of the Library and the Art Gallery.

 

 

项目问题与解决方式

Problem Statement and Project Solution

 

调查和探索是图书馆设计中固有的两个明显矛盾。从定义来说,调查是为了寻找具体书籍为目的而进行的系统空间布置。即使是在有谷歌的时代,在图书馆寻找书籍依然依赖于书籍的物理数量、排列顺序和方式。而与调查相反的概念恰恰就是探索。体验图书馆的意义在于用户去发现空间。当进入一个不断变化的空间,人会探索这个空间的不确定关系,并从陌生的领域获得灵感。

 

为了实现两个概念的共存,空间和配置逻辑的应用要超越系统性。在这里,两个看似对立的概念通过螺旋体布局模式得以共存,这个模式涵盖了旋转路线和径向路线两种运动模式。旋转极化配置可实现“调查“,而径向孔形成的层次则让读者在无限的书本中产生了“探索”的概念。一个人可以大约地看清整个图书馆,同时又可以想象难以察觉的未知空间。

 

Investigation and exploration are two apparent contradictions inherent in the design of libraries. Investigation is, by definition, a systematic spatial arrangement for the purpose of finding specific books. Even in the age of Google, the experience of searching for books within the library is marked by the order and arrangement of the physical volume of books. The opposing concept to Investigation is the notion of Exploration. The significance of library experience is also in discoveries the space engender to the users. One encounters the space as constantly renewed and transforming, discovers undefined relationships, and gains inspiration from unfamiliar fields.To achieve the coexistence of the two concepts, spatial and configuration logics beyond mere systematics is employed.

 

Here, the two apparent contradictions inherent in libraries are allowed to coexist by the form of spiral possessing two antinomic movements of radial path and rotational movement. The rotational, polar configuration achieves investigation, and the numerous layers through the radial apertures engender the notion of Exploration through an infinite depth of books.One can faintly recognize the entirety of library and at the same time imagine that there are unknown spaces which are rendered constantly imperceptible.

 

 

创作过程&结果呈现

Creation Process & Result

 

下文描述的是新图书馆的计划,该计划正处于总体开发的第一阶段。

作为一个巨大的方舟,总共有20万个单位,其中10万个将用于开放式档案,而另一半则是封闭式,位于这个占地6,500平方米的两层图书馆之中。

 

The project described hereinafter is the plan of the new library which sits within the first phase of the total development.

Acting as a huge ark, a total of 200,000 units, of which 100,000 will be out in an open-archive, while the other half within closed-archive, rests within this double-storey library of 6,500 ㎡ in floor area.

 

 

如何理解项目与“人文湾区∙温暖的设计”这一主题的关联性?

How does the project reflect the exhibition theme ‘Cultural Bay Area • Humanistic Design’?

 

图书馆由书架组成。

当我思考最终构成图书馆的元素时,我想到了书籍、书架、灯光和空位。我想象有一个地方被一个书架螺旋式地包围,而这个螺旋包围所形成的无限螺区域就是图书馆。

高达9米的墙壁被一层一层地打上了孔,从而形成了一个无限的书本森林。

 

螺旋形的书架排列方式一直延续到外墙,让建筑内外的外观呈现相同的元素——都是书架组成的。

在大学风景名册中看到了一个巨大的书架,当时就觉得这好像一个图书馆,并惊讶于其梦幻般的简约。

这个图书馆是最像图书馆的图书馆。

也是最简单的图书馆。

 

Library made from bookshelves .

When I thought of the elements which compose an ultimate library, they became books, bookshelves, light and the place. I imagined a place encircled by a single bookshelf in the form of a spiral. The infinite spiral itself is the library.

 

 9m high wall has large holes for each layer which makes infinite book forest.

The spiral bookshelf expands into the exterior wall, allowing the exterior of the building to present the same elements -- all is composed of bookshelves.When I saw the huge bookshelf in a the university landscape book, I thought it seems like a library and was surprised by its simplicity.

The library is really like the libray and the simplest.