古宅与活力橙色,混搭赋予房屋新的生机

案例来源:
http://inhabitat.com
案例标签:
所在国家:
美国 
用途:
  • 住宅
  • 展示

案例详情:

【介绍】


古宅与活力橙色,混搭赋予房屋新的生机


LOT-EK建筑设计工作室接到了一项特殊的委托任务——改造一栋位于纽约布鲁克林的古宅,那是一栋始建于上世纪三十年代的车马库。在客户的允许下,LOT-EK可以在改造过程中尽情想象,大胆落实,他们甚至不需要帮客户考虑这栋房子再次出售时的保值增值问题。因此,设计师们尽情发挥了自己的创意,在屋内中心位置安放了一个塔状的亮橙色船式集装箱结构。通过这种设计,把活力和现代生活方式等因素注入到这栋历史建筑中。除了这个大胆尝试外,整栋建筑的改造都透着设计师的前卫意识,精心的设计让它在附近社区中脱颖而出同时不显得格格不入。


著名艺术家Markus Linnenbrink和他的妻子Cindy Rucker作为这栋古宅的主人,委托LOT-EK建筑设计工作室对这栋古宅进行改造,他们希望设计团队可以在原有房屋的结构上添加一个阁楼空间。在接受《纽约》杂志采访时,他们说:“关于这栋房子我们有很多想法,对于如何让这些想法落实我们也想了很多。”这栋独栋房屋又被称为欧文车马库。它标新立异,在设计上避开了传统房屋设计的固定套路。设计师在屋内添加了一个船式集装箱,同时在卫生间的设计上没有使用老式的瓷砖和大理石柜台,取而代之的是更多新颖的装潢因素,比如厨房的挡板墙壁上使用了横切面的木片材料。


为了和活力四射的室内橙色集装箱形成对比,外壁是由灰色和黑色交互的对角花纹构成。LOT-EK的负责人Giuseppe Lignano称,“外壁的设计是为了与室内塔状结构的条纹花纹形成呼应。”这个被橙色围墙包围的塔状结构联通了厨房、卫生间、力学空间和楼梯。除了包裹着塔楼的橙色墙壁外,屋内其他墙壁均为白色。拔地而起、直通屋顶阁楼的橙色塔状建筑由四个船式集装箱垂直搭建而成,同样被涂上了亮眼的橙色。


【原文】


Repurposed shipping containers inject funky and unexpected color to a historic home renovation


When LOT-EK was tapped to renovate a 1930s Brooklyn carriage house, the clients encouraged the architecture firm to go big and bold—never mind the resale value. In response, the architects slotted a bright orange shipping container ‘tower’ into the heart of the home, injecting vibrant new life into the historic structure. Despite the unconventional combination, the daring design works surprising well, adding an artistic but not overbearing touch to the New York neighborhood.


Artist Markus Linnenbrink and his wife, gallerist Cindy Rucker, commissioned LOT-EK to renovate the existing two-level carriage and to add a penthouse above. “We thought a lot about what we wanted from this house and how to make this our house,” they told New York Magazine. The single-family home, called the Irving Place Carriage House, eschews the typical house design with its cargotecture addition and with the rejection of bathroom tiles and marble counters for more unusual elements like the kitchen backsplash made from end-grain wood chips.


In contrast to the shipping container’s vibrant orange shade, the facade is painted in alternating diagonal bands of pale gray and black. “It echoes the same stripe design of the container ‘tower’ inside,” said LOT-EK principal Giuseppe Lignano. The tangerine ‘tower’ houses the kitchen, bathrooms, mechanical space, and the stairs and is framed by walls tinted orange, while the other walls of the home are painted white. The orange vertical volume extends from the ground to a roof that’s topped by a penthouse made from four repurposed shipping containers, also painted in an orange shade.

 

同类产品

我的收藏夹
购物车
已添加到收藏夹!

集成汇与供应商合作案例分享

合作企业