2019年阿迦汗建筑奖公布20个入围项目

2019年阿迦汗建筑奖公布20个入围项目

20个入围项目进行最终奖项的角逐


项目标签

位置:中国 乌干达 伊朗 俄罗斯联邦 卡塔尔 印度尼西亚 吉布提 土耳其 埃塞俄比亚 塞内加尔 孟加拉国 巴勒斯坦 巴林 阿曼 阿联酋 黎巴嫩

类型:建筑

材料:石灰石 钢 砖石 混凝土 玻璃

标签:2019年阿加汗建筑奖

分类:住宅建筑 公共空间 博物馆 商业建筑 展览空间 展览类建筑 市场 教育中心 教育建筑 独栋住宅艺术空间


2019年4月25日,2019年阿迦汗建筑奖(2019 Aga Khan Award for Architecture)的组委会在瑞士的日内瓦对外宣布了20个入围项目。这些项目将角逐最终的100万美元奖金。

Geneva, Switzerland, 25 April 2019 – The 20 shortlisted projects for the 2019 Aga Khan Award for Architecture were announced today. The projects will compete for US$ 1 million in prize money.

▼入围项目一览1,the overview of the shortlisted projects 1

今年1月,一个独立的大师评审团队审查了数百个提交的参赛项目,最终选出了20个入围项目。目前,一支专业团队正在对这20个入围的项目进行现场考察和评估。而本届阿迦汗建筑奖最终获胜者的评定也极大程度地取决于专业团队对这些项目做出的考察评估报告。要指出的是,任何由阿迦汗(Aga Khan)或是与阿迦汗发展网络(Aga Khan Development Network,缩写为AKDN)相关的机构委托进行的项目,都不能参加本次奖项的最终角逐。此外,为了方便该奖项在2019年度的评选,所有的项目都必须在2012年1月1日至2017年12月31日之间完成,并且至少已经投入使用长达一年。

In January, an independent Master Jury reviewed hundreds of nominations. The 20 shortlisted projects are now undergoing rigorous investigations by a team of experts who visit and evaluate each project on-site. Their reports are the basis for the Master Jury’s selection of the eventual laureates. It should be noted that projects commissioned by the Aga Khan or any of the institutions of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) are ineligible for the Award. To be eligible for consideration in the 2019 Award cycle, projects had to be completed between 1 January 2012 and 31 December 2017, and should h**e been in use for at least one year.

▼入围项目一览2,the overview of the shortlisted projects 2

以下是上文所提到的20个入围项目:

The 20 shortlisted projects are:

 

 

穆哈拉格复兴项目,巴林
Revitalization of Muharraq, Bahrain
奖励周期:2017-2019
地点:穆哈拉格,巴林
建筑事务所:Authority for Culture & Antiquities Conservation Department,麦纳麦,巴林
项目设计时间:2010-2013
项目完成时间:2013-至今
Award Cycle: 2017-2019 Cycle
Location: Muharraq, Bahrain
Architect: Authority for Culture & Antiquities Conservation Department, Manama, Bahrain
Design: 2010-2013
Completed: 2013-ongoing

位于巴林的穆哈拉格复兴项目为几个世纪以来,尤其是在19世纪巴林蓬勃发展时的阿拉伯半岛(Arabian Peninsula)的珍珠贸易提供了证据。

Revitalization of Muharraq, offers testimony on the pearl trade in the Arabian Peninsula over the centuries, especially when Bahrain thrived during the 19th century.

▼穆哈拉格复兴项目中的公共广场,the public square in the project of Revitalization of Muharraq © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼穆哈拉格复兴项目中的法赫罗之家改造后的立面,renovated facade of Fakhro House in the project of Revitalization of Muharraq © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼穆哈拉格复兴项目中的Al Alawi之家细节,details of Al Alawi House in the project of Revitalization of Muharraq © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼总平面图,the site plan

 

 

阿卡迪亚教育项目,孟加拉国
Arcadia Education Project,Bangladesh
奖励周期:2017-2019
地点:南卡纳尔托,孟加拉国
建筑事务所:Saif Ul Haque Sthapati,达卡,孟加拉国
项目设计时间:2012-2014
项目完成时间:2016
Award Cycle: 2017-2019 Cycle
Location: South Kanarchor, Bangladesh
Architect: Saif Ul Haque Sthapati, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Design: 2012-2014
Completed: 2016

阿卡迪亚教育项目位于孟加拉国的南卡纳尔托(South Kanarchor),这个包含了幼儿园、宿舍、托儿所和职业培训中心等在内的模块化多功能空间不仅能够适应陆地基地,还能适应水面基地,毕竟鉴于雨季,这里每年都会有5个月的时间要经历洪灾。

Arcadia Education Project, in South Kanarchor, a modular amphibious structure – incorporating space for a preschool, a hostel, a nursery and a vocational training centre – which is tied down on a riverine site that is often flooded for five months every year.

▼旱季时项目鸟瞰图,general view of the building during the dry season © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Sanndro di Carlo Darsa (photographer)

▼项目外观局部,项目的筏板结构放置在升级再造的滚筒上,partial exterior view, the raft structure is made by using upcycled steel barrels © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Sanndro di Carlo Darsa (photographer)

▼项目外观局部,**们在室外露台上玩耍,partial exterior view, children are playing on the terrace © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Sanndro di Carlo Darsa (photographer)

▼室外走廊,the outdoor corridor © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Sanndro di Carlo Darsa (photographer)

▼旱季总平面图,site plan during the dry season © Saif Ul Haque Sthapati

 

 

Amber Denim Loom小屋,孟加拉国
Amber Denim Loom Shed, Bangladesh
奖励周期:2017-2019
地点:加济布尔县,孟加拉国
建筑事务所:Archeground,达卡,孟加拉国
项目设计时间:2013
项目完成时间:2015
Award Cycle: 2017-2019 Cycle
Location: Gazipur, Bangladesh
Architect: Archeground, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Design: 2013
Completed: 2015

Amber Denim Loom小屋项目位于孟加拉国的加济布尔县(Gazipur),它是一种新型的设计,将孟加拉国传统的住宅建筑与现代元素融合在了一个大型的开放空间中,包含了机械区、一间买家休息室、一个用餐空间、一个祷告空间以及一系列卫生间等功能空间。

Amber Denim Loom Shed, in Gazipur, a new design that combines traditional Bangladeshi residential architecture and contemporary elements in a large open space that accommodates machines, a buyers’ lounge, a dining space, a prayer area and washrooms.

▼小屋外观局部,使用竹管,建筑与水面相结合,partial exterior view of the shed made of the bamboo, the shed complements the water © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Sandro di Carlo Darsa (photographer)

▼小屋外观柱子细节,使用回收升级的管道,details of the pillars that are made out of upcycled gas pipes © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Sandro di Carlo Darsa (photographer)

▼小屋室内空间,interior view of the shed © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Sandro di Carlo Darsa (photographer)

▼首层平面图,ground floor plan © Archeground Ltd / Md Jubair Hasan

 

 

内盒院 / 插件家,中国
Courtyard House Plugin / Shangwei Village Plugin House , China
奖励周期:2017-2019 (内盒院)
地点:北京,中国 (内盒院);深圳,中国(插件家)
建筑事务所:众建筑,北京,中国
项目设计时间:2013-2014(内盒院)
项目完成时间:2014(内盒院)
Award Cycle: 2017-2019 Cycle (Courtyard House Plugin)
Location: Beijing, China (Courtyard House Plugin); Shenzhen, China (Shangwei Village Plugin House)
Architect: People’s Architecture Office, Beijing, China
Design: 2013-2014 (Courtyard House Plugin)
Completed: 2014 (Courtyard House Plugin)

位于中国北京的内盒院住宅是一个预制的模块化系统,最初是针对大栅栏(Dashilar)传统穆斯林聚集区所开发的,由于该社区无法进行翻新,建筑师便设计出这个居住空间系统,通过在老旧四合院中置入预制模块内盒,为生活在老旧四合院中的人们提供符合现代生活质量标准、并且节能高效的居住环境。

Courtyard House Plugin, in Beijing, a prefabricated modular system first developed as a prototype for installation within courtyard houses in the traditionally Muslim district of Dashilar, which is home to communities who do not h**e the means to renovate.

▼北京内盒院项目鸟瞰图,the aerial view of the Courtyard House Plugin

▼北京内盒院项目外观,在老旧四合院中置入预制模块内盒,the exterior view of the Courtyard House Plugin, a prefabricated modular system is @Inserted into the old buildings

▼北京内盒院项目局部,为人们提供舒适的生活环境,partial view of the the Courtyard House Plugin, bringing a comfortable and modern life

▼深圳上围插件家项目鸟瞰图,the aerial view of the Shangwei Village Plugin House © People’s Architecture Office

▼深圳上围插件家入口,the entrance of the Shangwei Village Plugin House © People’s Architecture Office

▼深圳上围插件家卧室,the bedroom of the Shangwei Village Plugin House © People’s Architecture Office

 

 

Tadjourah SOS儿童村,吉布提
Tadjourah SOS Children’s Village, Djibouti
奖励周期:2017-2019
地点:Tadjourah,吉布提
建筑事务所:Urko Sanchez Architects,内罗比,肯尼亚
项目设计时间:2011-2012
项目完成时间:2014
Award Cycle: 2017-2019 Cycle
Location: Tadjourah, Djibouti
Architect: Urko Sanchez Architects, Nairobi, Kenya
Design: 2011-2012
Completed: 2014

位于吉布提的Tadjourah SOS儿童村的设计基于传统麦地那市的城市肌理和建筑风格,同时将狭窄的街道布局纳入设计的考量范围内,最大限度地为人们提供了拥有良好的自然通风的遮阴空间,同时也为社会中最脆弱的群体提供了庇护所。

Tadjourah SOS Children’s Village, a design based on a traditional medina and a layout of narrow streets that maximises shade and ventilation while providing shelter for the most vulnerable in society.

▼儿童村局部,partial view of the children’s village

▼儿童村局部,创造遮阴空间,partial view of the children’s village, creating the shade space

▼儿童村局部,将狭窄的街道布局纳入设计,partial view of the children’s village, taking the layout of narrow streets into the consideration

▼儿童村室内空间,interior view of the children’s village

▼平面图,floor plan

 

 

Warka Water水资源装置项目,埃塞俄比亚
Warka Water, Ethiopia
奖励周期:2017-2019
地点:Dorza,埃塞俄比亚
建筑设计事务所:Arturo Vittori, 罗马,意大利
项目设计时间:2012-2015
项目完成时间:2015
Award Cycle: 2017-2019 Cycle
Location: Dorza, Ethiopia
Architect: Arturo Vittori, Rome, Italy
Design: 2012-2015
Completed: 2015

Warka Water水资源装置的原型首先在埃塞俄比亚的Dorza实地运行,使用当地的竹子,构成了一个由三角框架单体打造而成的曲线形骨架,再在骨架外面罩上一层薄薄的聚酯网来捕捉高湿度空气中的水分。

Warka Water, a prototype first implemented in Dorza, consists of an elegant triangular frame made out of local bamboo that encloses a thin polyester mesh – which captures @Droplets from high humidity in the air.

▼Warka Water水资源装置外观,exterior view of the Warka Water © Architecture and Vision / Arturo Vittori (architect and photographer)

▼Warka Water水资源装置内部局部,partial interior view of the Warka Water

▼装置剖面图,section of Warka Water © Architecture and Vision

 

 

Enghelab街道修复项目,伊朗
Enghelab Street Rehabilitation, Iran
奖励周期:2017-2019
地点:德黑兰,伊朗
建筑事务所:Amir Anoushfar, Abdolazim Bahmanyar, Mohadeseh Mirderikvandi,德黑兰,伊朗
项目设计时间:2016
项目完成时间:2017-至今
Award Cycle: 2017-2019 Cycle
Location: Tehran, Iran
Architect: Amir Anoushfar, Abdolazim Bahmanyar, Mohadeseh Mirderikvandi, Tehran, Iran
Design: 2016
Completed: 2017- ongoing

位于伊朗德黑兰(Tehran)的Enghelab街道修复项目包括114座现有建筑外立面的修复工作,以及国家剧院和歌剧院之间公共文化空间的设计和建设工程。

Enghelab Street Rehabilitation, in Tehran, encompasses both the rehabilitation of the façades of 114 existing buildings and the creation of public cultural space between the national theatre and opera house.

▼Enghelab街道景观,views of the street © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Barzin Baharlooei (photographer)

 

 

Taman Bima微型图书馆,印度尼西亚
Taman Bima Microlibrary, Indonesia
奖励周期:2017-2019
地点:万隆,印度尼西亚
建筑事务所:SHAU Architects,万隆,印度尼西亚
项目设计时间:2014-2015
项目完成时间:2016
Award Cycle: 2017-2019 Cycle
Location: Bandung, Indonesia
Architect: SHAU Architects, Bandung, Indonesia
Design: 2014-2015
Completed: 2016

位于印度尼西亚万隆(Bandung)的Taman Bima微型图书馆项目旨在通过在一个现有的社区活动舞台上加建一座微型图书馆,来提高印度尼西亚社会的识字率。

Taman Bima Microlibrary, in Bandung, aims to help combat Indonesia’s low literacy rates by adding a microlibrary above a pre-existing stage used for community events.

▼微型图书馆外观,exterior view of the microlibrary © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼微型图书馆的楼梯和开放式空间,the stairs and open space in the project of microlibrary © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼微型图书馆室内空间,inside the library © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼建筑外立面细节,details of the facade © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼剖面图,section © SHAU Architects

 

 

AM住宅,印度尼西亚
AM Residence, Indonesia
奖励周期:2017-2019
地点:雅加达,印度尼西亚
建筑事务所:Andramatin Architect,雅加达,印度尼西亚
项目设计时间:2007-2012
项目完成时间:2012
Award Cycle: 2017-2019 Cycle
Location: Jakarta, Indonesia
Architect: Andramatin Architect, Jakarta, Indonesia
Design: 2007-2012
Completed: 2012

位于雅加达(Jakarta)的AM住宅的设计灵感来自于印度尼西亚本土的棚屋住宅,这种建筑形式有助于室内自然通风的组织;同时,这座住宅最大程度地减少了墙壁的设置,保持简单的窗户形式,使室内外空间无缝连接和过渡。

AM Residence, in Jakarta, a design inspired by Indonesian vernacular stilt houses that f**our natural ventilation; walls are minimised and windows kept simple for a seamless interior-to-exterior relationship.

▼住宅临街外立面,exterior from the street

▼从花园看住宅外观,the exterior from garden

▼图书室,the library

▼二层的公共空间,the first floor communal area

▼厨房,the kitchen

▼盥洗间,the bathroom

▼首层空间平面图,ground floor plan

 

 

Jarahieh学校,黎巴嫩
Jarahieh School, Lebanon
奖励周期:2017-2019
地点:Al-Marj,黎巴嫩
建筑事务所:CatalyticAction,伦敦,英国
项目设计时间:2016
项目完成时间:2016
Award Cycle: 2017-2019 Cycle
Location: Al-Marj, Lebanon
Architect: CatalyticAction, London, UK
Design: 2016
Completed: 2016

位于黎巴嫩Al-Marj的Jarahieh学校旨在为300名来自叙利亚难民家庭的儿童提供教育设施,同时为社区活动创造一个中心场所,此外,当该地区发生暴风雪或地震等自然灾害时,这座学校也将充当着唯一的安全避难所。

Jarahieh School, in Al-Marj, which provides educational facilities for children from 300 Syrian refugee families, @Creates a hub for community activities and offers the settlement’s only secure shelter in the event of snowstorm or earthquake.

▼学校外观鸟瞰图,bird-eye’s view of the school © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼学校外观,颜色丰富,立面带有装饰,exterior view of the school with the colorful decorated facade © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼学校的室外广场,the outdoor square © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼学校的室内空间,interior view of the school © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼总平面图,site plan © CatalyticAction

 

 

Muttrah鱼市场,阿曼
Muttrah Fish Market, Oman
奖励周期:2017-2019
地点:马斯喀特,阿曼
建筑事务所:Snøhetta,奥斯陆,挪威
项目设计时间:2009-2012
项目完成时间:2017
Award Cycle: 2017-2019 Cycle
Location: Muscat, Oman
Architect: Snøhetta, Oslo, Norway
Design: 2009-2012
Completed: 2017

位于阿曼首都马斯喀特(Muscat)的Muttrah鱼市场突出了该地区的贸易和传统渔业,同时也满足了阿曼不断发展的旅游业的要求。

Muttrah Fish Market, in Muscat, which highlights the region’s trade and fishing traditions while also catering to Oman’s growing tourism industry.

▼鱼市场远景外观,the exterior view of the fish market in the distance

▼鱼市场近景外观,the close exterior view of the fish market

▼鱼市场内部空间局部,partial interior view of the fish market

 

 

巴勒斯坦博物馆,巴勒斯坦
Palestinian Museum, Palestine
奖励周期:2017-2019 
地点:比尔宰特,巴勒斯坦
建筑事务所:Heneganh Peng Architects, 都柏林,爱尔兰
项目设计时间:2012-2013
项目完成时间:2016
Award Cycle: 2017-2019 Cycle
Location: Birzeit, Palestine
Architect: Heneganh Peng Architects, Dublin, Ireland
Design: 2012-2013
Completed: 2016

位于比尔宰特(Birzeit)的巴勒斯坦博物馆位于一个退台式山坡的山顶,俯瞰着地中海,因其可持续性而获得了LEED的金奖认证。

Palestinian Museum, in Birzeit, which crowns a terraced hill overlooking the Mediterranean and is the recipient of the LEED Gold certification because of its sustainable construction.

▼博物馆远景外观,博物馆与周围景观环境融为一体,exterior view of the museum in the distance that is integrated into the surrounding landscape © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼博物馆近景外观,设计灵感来自于退台式农业平台,close exterior view of the museum, the agricultural terraces inspired the architectural form of the museum © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼博物馆近景外观,混凝土结构采用巴勒斯坦石灰岩覆层,close exterior view of the museum, the concrete structure of the exterior is clad in Palestinian limestone © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼室内展览空间,the interior exhibition area © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼首层平面图,ground floor © Heneghan Peng Architects

 

 

Msheireb博物馆,卡塔尔
Msheireb Museums, Qatar
奖励周期:2017-2019
地点:多哈,卡塔尔
建筑事务所:John McAslan + Partners,伦敦,英国
项目设计时间:2012
项目完成时间:2016
Award Cycle: 2017-2019 Cycle
Location: Doha, Qatar
Architect: John McAslan + Partners, London, UK
Design: 2012
Completed: 2016

位于卡塔尔多哈(Doha)的Msheireb博物馆由四座建于20世纪初、有着悠久历史的四合院建筑组成,成为了多哈市中心文化发展的一部分。

Msheireb Museums, in Doha, which incorporates four historic courtyard houses dating from the early 20th century that together comprise an element of the cultural development of downtown Doha.

▼博物馆外观,exterior view of the complex © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼博物馆的庭院空间,the courtyard © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼博物馆的庭院空间,设有喷泉,the courtyard fountain © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼博物馆室内空间,the interior view © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼总平面图,site plan © John McAslan + Partners

 

 

鞑靼斯坦共和国公共空间发展计划,俄罗斯联邦
Tatarstan Public Spaces Development Programme, Russian Federation
奖励周期:2017-2019
地点:多个项目地点,俄罗斯联邦
建筑事务所:Architecturny Desant Architectural Bureau,喀山,鞑靼斯坦,俄罗斯联邦
项目设计时间:2015-2022
项目完成时间:2017-至今
Award Cycle: 2017-2019 Cycle
Location: Various locations, Russian Federation
Architect: Architecturny Desant Architectural Bureau, Kazan, Tatarstan, Russian Federation
Design: 2015-2022
Completed: 2017-ongoing

迄今为止,鞑靼斯坦共和国公共空间发展计划已经完成了鞑靼斯坦境内,包括主要城市和小型村庄在内的328个公共空间的改善工程。

Tatarstan Public Spaces Development Programme, a programme that, to date, has improved 328 public spaces all over Tatarstan in areas ranging from major cities to small villages.

▼海滩旁的平台空间,位于Almetyevsk区域,terrace at the beach, Almetyevsk

▼B**ly区域的中央广场鸟瞰图,aerial view of the Central Square, B**ly

▼Bogatye Saby村落中的儿童游乐场空间,children’s playground, Bogatye Saby village

▼Festival大道上的广场空间,位于Kazan区域,Square on the Festival Boulevard, Kazan

▼从Kazan区域的Gorkinsko-Ometievsky森林绿地处看集装箱式的Cube中心,view of the Cube container centre from the green beach in the Gorkinsko-Ometievsky forest, Kazan

 

 

Alioune Diop大学Bambey校区教学楼,塞内加尔
Alioune Diop University Lecture Building in Bambey, Senegal
奖励周期:2017-2019
地点:Bambey,塞内加尔
建筑设计事务所:IDOM, 毕尔巴鄂,西班牙
项目设计时间:2013-2014
项目完成时间:2017
Award Cycle: 2017-2019 Cycle
Location: Bambey, Senegal
Architect: IDOM, Bilbao, Spain
Design: 2013-2014
Completed: 2017

Alioune Diop大学Bambey校区教学楼探讨了在资源稀缺的情况下,生物气候的使用策略:一个大型的双层屋顶遮阳篷结构和方格结构保护了建筑免受太阳直射,同时确保了自然通风。

Alioune Diop University Lecture Building in Bambey, where a scarcity of resources led to the use of bioclimatic strategies: a large double roof canopy and latticework that **oids direct solar radiation but allows air to flow through it.

▼教学楼外观及其坡道,view of access ramps and façade © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Chérif Tall (photographer)

▼项目外观细节,exterior facade details © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Chérif Tall (photographer)

▼室内空间局部,柱廊支承着上层的走廊空间,partial interior view, the colonnade supporting the upper gallery © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Chérif Tall (photographer)

▼教室空间,the classroom © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Chérif Tall (photographer)

▼首层平面图,ground floor plan © IDOM

 

 

Beyazıt州立图书馆改造,土耳其
Beyazıt State Library Renovation, Turkey
奖励周期:2017-2019
地点:伊斯坦布尔,土耳其
建筑事务所:Tabanlioğlu Architects,伊斯坦布尔,土耳其
项目设计时间:2006-2008
项目完成时间:2017
Award Cycle: 2017-2019 Cycle
Location: Istanbul, Turkey
Architect: Tabanlioğlu Architects, Istanbul, Turkey
Design: 2006-2008
Completed: 2017

位于土耳其伊斯坦布尔(Istanbul)的Beyazıt州立图书馆改造项目对一座19世纪的图书馆进行了翻新,这座图书馆位于一座建于16世纪的建筑内,展示了一系列罕见的手稿和建筑遗迹。

Beyazıt State Library Renovation, in Istanbul, the renovation of a 19th century library – housed within a 16th century building – that displays rare manuscripts and architectural heritage.

▼图书馆的中庭,the courtyard © Emre Dörter Photography

▼图书馆的阅览室,the reading room © Emre Dörter Photography

▼书架空间,the bookshelves © Emre Dörter Photography

▼平面分析图,diagram plan © Tabanlioglu Architects

 

 

Ashinaga乌干达校舍,乌干达
Ashinaga Uganda Dormitory, Uganda
奖励周期:2017-2019
地点:Nansana,乌干达
建筑设计事务所:Terrain Architects,东京,日本
项目设计时间:2011-2014
项目完成时间:2015
Award Cycle: 2017-2019 Cycle
Location: Nansana, Uganda
Architect: Terrain Architects, Tokyo, Japan
Design: 2011-2014
Completed: 2015

位于Nansana的Ashinaga乌干达校舍是一所寄宿学校,致力于培养来自撒哈拉以南非洲地区的优秀学生,以便他们将来进入高等教育学府。

Ashinaga Uganda Dormitory, in Nansana, a residential school that prepares outstanding students from sub-Saharan Africa for entry into higher education.

▼项目鸟瞰图,the bird-eye’s view of the Ashinaga Uganda Dormitory

 

 

Alserkal大道上的混凝土盒子,阿联酋
Concrete at Alserkal **enue, United Arab Emirates
奖励周期:2017-2019
地点:迪拜,阿联酋
建筑事务所:OMA: Office for Metropolitan Architecture,鹿特丹港市,荷兰
项目设计时间:2015-2016
项目完成时间:2017
Award Cycle: 2017-2019 Cycle
Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Architect: OMA: Office for Metropolitan Architecture, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Design: 2015-2016
Completed: 2017

这座位于阿联酋迪拜(Dubai)Alserkal大道上的方形混凝土建筑曾是工业园区的一个重要组成部分,如今已经转变为一个文化中心。

Concrete at Alserkal **enue, in Dubai, the major element of a former industrial complex that has been transformed into a cultural hub.

▼项目外观,exterior view

▼项目入口外观,exterior view of the entrance

▼从项目室内空间看室外,viewing the exterior surroundings from the interior space

 

 

Al Mureijah艺术空间,阿联酋
Al Mureijah Art Spaces, United Arab Emirates
奖励周期:2017-2019
地点:沙迦,阿联酋
建筑事务所:Mona El Mousfy, Sharmeen Azam Inayat,沙迦,阿联酋
项目设计时间:2010
项目完成时间:2013
Award Cycle: 2017-2019 Cycle
Location: Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Architect: Mona El Mousfy, Sharmeen Azam Inayat, Sharjah, UAE
Design: 2010
Completed: 2013

位于阿联酋沙迦(Sharjah)的Al Mureijah艺术空间是对5座废弃建筑进行翻新后得到的建筑空间,为当代艺术场所提供了一个完美的城市和建筑环境。

Al Mureijah Art Spaces, in Sharjah, the renovation of five dilapidated buildings that offered the perfect urban and architectural setting for a contemporary art venue.

▼艺术空间鸟瞰图,aerial view of the site © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼艺术空间的室外广场,the outdoor square © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼相互联系的屋顶空间,interconnected rooftops © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼艺术空间外观局部,partial exterior view of the art space © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼室内展览空间,拥有充足的自然光线,interior exhibition space offering natural lighting © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼总平面图,site plan © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

 

 

Wasit湿地中心,阿联酋
Wasit Wetland Centre, United Arab Emirates
奖励周期:2017-2019
地点:沙迦,阿联酋
建筑事务所:X-Architects,迪拜,阿联酋
项目设计时间:2012
项目完成时间:2015
Award Cycle: 2017-2019 Cycle
Location: Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Architect: X-Architects, Dubai, UAE
Design: 2012
Completed: 2015

位于阿联酋沙迦(Sharjah)的Wasit湿地中心将一片荒地转变为了一片湿地,激发了生物多样性,促进了环境教育。

Wasit Wetland Centre, in Sharjah, a design that transforms a wasteland into a wetland and functions as a catalyst for biodiversity and environmental education.

▼湿地中心俯视图,bird view of the Visitor Centre © X-Architects / Nelson Garrido (photographer)

▼室外空间局部,partial exterior view © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼湿地中心的入口坡道,the ramp to the entrance © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼入口空间,拥有良好的光影效果,entrance space with the play of light and shadow © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼观景走廊,the observation gallery © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Cemal Emden (photographer)

▼首层平面图,ground floor plan © X-Architects

 

 

2019年大师评审团
The 2019 Award Master Jury

2019年阿迦汗建筑奖的大师评审团的9位成员分别是:来自美国的加纳籍英国哲学家Anthony Kwamé Appiah;maisam architects & engineers的创始人兼首席建筑师Meisa Batayneh;已经为私人和公共集团建设了100多个项目的Sir D**id Chipperfield;一家涉及了建筑多媒体性能领域和数字媒体领域的设计工作室的联合创始人Elizabeth Diller;Boğaziçi大学(伊斯坦布尔)和法兰西学院的历史教授Edhem Eldem;贝鲁特美国大学(American University of Beirut )Issam Fares公共政策研究所(Issam Fares Institute of Public Policy)城市研究与规划领域的教授Mona Fawaz;曾在历史悠久的城市——开罗工作过的埃及建筑师兼城市研究员Kareem Ibrahim;哈佛大学设计研究生院(Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design)教授兼哈佛绿色建筑与城市研究中心(Harvard Center for Green Buildings and Cities)创始负责人Ali M. Malkawi;以及在印度和美国工作、并任职Charles Correa基金会主任的建筑师Nondita Correa Mehrotra等。

指导委员会(Steering Committee)由阿迦汗殿下(His Highness the Aga Khan)担任主席,其他成员包括:Adjaye Associates建筑事务所伦敦分部的首席建筑师Sir D**id Adjaye;安曼建筑环境研究中心(Center for the Study of the Built Environment)的创始人Mohammad al-Asad;在纽约、伦敦和伊斯坦布尔都开设有分部的EAA- Emre Arolat Architecture建筑事务所的创始人Emre Arolat;来自巴黎的联合国教科文组织(UNESCO)的特别顾问Francesco Bandarin;伦敦AKT II建筑事务所设计总监、哈佛大学设计研究生院教授Hanif Kara;来自位于内罗比(Nairobi)的阿加汗大学(Aga Khan University)的特别顾问Azim Nanji;麻省理工学院(MIT)的阿加汗教授Nasser Rabbat;多伦多Shim-Sutcliffe Architects建筑事务所的合伙人Brigitte Shim;以及来自达卡市(Dhaka)的建筑事务所Marina Tabassum Architects的首席建筑师Marina Tabassum等。该奖项的领导人(Director of the Award)是Farrokh Derakhshani。

 

The nine members of the 2019 Master Jury are: Anthony Kwamé Appiah, an Anglo-Ghanaian American philosopher; Meisa Batayneh, founder and principal architect of maisam architects & engineers; Sir D**id Chipperfield, whose practice has built over 100 projects for both the private and public sectors; Elizabeth Diller, a founding partner of a design studio whose practice spans the fields of architecture multi-media performance and digital media; Edhem Eldem, a Professor of History at Boğaziçi University (Istanbul) and the Collège de France; Mona Fawaz, a Professor in Urban Studies and Planning at the Issam Fares Institute of Public Policy at the American University of Beirut; Kareem Ibrahim, an Egyptian architect and urban researcher who has worked extensively in Historic Cairo; Ali M. Malkawi, a professor at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design and a founding director of the Harvard Center for Green Buildings and Cities; and Nondita Correa Mehrotra, an architect working in India and the United States and Director of the Charles Correa Foundation.

The Steering Committee is chaired by His Highness the Aga Khan. The other members of the Steering Committee are: Sir D**id Adjaye, Principal Adjaye Associates, London, Mohammad al-Asad, Founding Director, Center for the Study of the Built Environment, Amman, Emre Arolat, Founder, EAA- Emre Arolat Architecture, New York-London-Istanbul, Francesco Bandarin, Special Advisor, UNESCO, Paris, Hanif Kara, Design Director – AKT II, London, and Professor at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, Azim Nanji, Special Advisor, Aga Khan University, Nairobi, Nasser Rabbat, Aga Khan Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Brigitte Shim, Partner, Shim-Sutcliffe Architects, Toronto, and Marina Tabassum, Principal, Marina Tabassum Architects, Dhaka. Farrokh Derakhshani is the Director of the Award.

 

 

阿迦汗建筑奖简介
Notes For Aga Khan Award for Architecture

阿迦汗建筑奖(Aga Khan Award for Architecture)由Aga Khan于1977年成立,旨在通过承认和鼓励一系列建筑概念,来突出穆斯林在社区内的重要影响力,同时满足其在社区内的需求和愿望。该奖项旨在表彰一系列在当代设计、社会性住房、社区改善和发展、历史保护、区域保护和再利用、以及景观设计和环境改善等领域的卓越建筑实例。自42年成立以来,已经有116个项目荣获该奖项的殊荣,同时,迄今为止,该奖项也已经将9,000多个建筑项目记录在册。

阿迦汗建筑奖的授予不同于许多其他的建筑类奖项:在建筑的选择上,横跨了从贫民窟地区的住房到高层绿色建筑等建筑设计类别,不仅要展示卓越的建筑,更要提高整体的生活质量。该奖项不仅是对建筑师的一种鼓励和奖赏,还确定了在项目实施过程中,市政当局、施工方、客户、技术娴熟的工匠和工程师等角色所起到的的不可或缺的作用。

阿迦汗建筑奖是阿迦汗发展网络(Aga Khan Development Network,缩写为AKDN)的一部分。目前,该网络在全球的30个国家中运营着大约1000个计划项目和机构,值得一提的是,在这些项目和机构中,有些已经存在了长达60多年,有些甚至超过了100年。该网络雇佣了大约80,000人为其工作,其中大多数人来自发展中国家。AKDN每年用于非营利性发展活动的预算约为9.5亿美元。虽然其经济发展部门,即阿迦汗经济发展基金会(Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development,缩写为AKFED)的年收入高达43亿美元,但其项目公司所获得的所有盈余都被用于投资一系列开发和发展项目,这些项目通常位于脆弱的、偏远的或发生暴力冲突后等的地区。

 

The Aga Khan Award for Architecture was established by the Aga Khan in 1977 to identify and encourage building concepts that successfully address the needs and aspirations of communities in which Muslims h**e a significant presence. The Award recognises examples of architectural excellence in the fields of contemporary design, social housing, community improvement and development, historic preservation, reuse and area conservation, as well as landscape design and improvement of the environment. Since the Award was launched 42 years ago, 116 projects h**e received the award and more than 9,000 building projects h**e been documented.

The Aga Khan Award for Architecture’s mandate is different from that of many other architecture prizes: it selects projects – from slum upgrading to high-rise “green” buildings – that not only exhibit architectural excellence but also improve the overall quality of life. The Award not only rewards architects, but also identifies municipalities, builders, clients, master artisans and engineers who h**e played important roles in the realization of a project.

The Aga Khan Award for Architecture is part of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN). It currently operates 1,000 or so programmes and institutions in 30 countries − many of which date back over 60 years, and some over 100. It employs approximately 80,000 people, the majority of whom are based in developing countries. The AKDN’s annual budget for non-profit development activities is approximately US$ 950 million. Its economic development arm, the Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development (AKFED), generates annual revenues of US$ 4.3 billion, but all surpluses generated by its project companies are reinvested in further development activities, usually in fragile, remote or post-conflict regions.

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