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爱荷华大学视觉艺术馆 / Steven Holl Architects

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▽ 视觉艺术馆鸟瞰,Bird View of the Visual Arts Building

The new Visual Arts facility for the University of Iowa’s School of Art and Art History provides 126,000 sf of loft- like space for all visual arts media, from ancient metalsmithing techniques to the most advanced virtual reality technologies, including Ceramics, 3D Design, Metal Arts & Jewelry, Sculpture, Printmaking, Painting & Drawing, Graphic Design, Intermedia, Video Art, and Photography. Also housed are galleries, faculty offices, an outdoor rooftop studio, and teaching spaces for Art History.

The Visual Arts Building replaces an original arts building from 1936, which was heavily damaged during a flood of the University of Iowa campus in June 2008. The new building forms an Arts Quad with Art Building West, which was designed by Steven Holl Architects and has drawn students from all over campus to its social spaces and library since opening in 2006. Together they form a visual arts campus for theorizing, teaching and making art.

While the 2006 Arts Building West is horizontally porous and of planar composition, the new building is vertically porous and volumetrically composed. The aim of maximum interaction between all departments of the school takes shape in social circulation spaces.

▽ 建筑外观,External View


▽ 垂直多孔的立体结构,Vertically Porous of the Building 

1. 互联的艺术:水平功能划分,垂直多孔空间 Interconnection: Horizontal Programs, Vertical Porosity


In a school of the arts today, interconnection and crossover, made increasingly possible through digital techniques, are of fundamental importance. Interdisciplinary collaboration between the School’s various art departments is facilitated in the vertical carving out of large open floor plates. Students can see activities ongoing across these openings and be encouraged to interact and meet. Further interconnection is facilitated by glass partitions along the studio walls adjacent to internal circulation.

▽ 水平功能划分,垂直多孔空间,Horizontal Programs, Vertical Porosity


2. 多重光源中心 Multiple Centers of Light


Natural light and ventilation reach into the core of the building via “centers of light.” The seven vertical cutouts are characterized by a language of shifted layers, where one floor plate slides past another. This geometry creates multiple balconies, providing outdoor meeting spaces and informal exterior working space, further encouraging interaction between the building’s four levels.

▽ 多重光源中心,Multiple Centers of Light


▽ 几何结构创造了多重露台,The Geometry Creates Multiple Balconies 

3. 楼梯作为垂直社交中心,走廊为水平集会空间  Stairs as Vertical Social Condensers: Corridors as Horizontal Meeting Spaces


Stairs are shaped to enable informal meeting, interaction and discussion. Some stairs stop at generous landings with tables and chairs, others open onto lounge spaces with sofas, for informal collaborative work.

▽ 楼梯处的公共空间,Public Working Space along the Stairs


4. 校园空间的定义与多孔性  Campus Space Definition/Porosity

原始校园网格布局在爱荷华河处破碎,如同撞击在石灰岩峭壁一样浑然天成。西侧的艺术史学院楼以模糊外缘呼应了这种不规则几何,而新馆以其简洁的平面重新定义校园的网格布局,使新的校园空间成为一片 “艺术原野”。

The original grid of the campus breaks up at the Iowa River, becoming organic as it hits the limestone bluff. The Arts West building reflects this irregular geometry in fuzzy edges. The new building picks up the campus grid again in its simple plan, defining the new campus space of the “arts meadow.”

▽ 简洁的平面,Simple Plan of the new building



5. 材料共鸣,生态创新  Material Resonance, Ecological Innovation


Natural ventilation is achieved via operable windows and skylights. A punched concrete frame structure provides thermal mass at the exterior while “bubble” slabs provide radiant cooling and heating. A Rheinzink skin in weathering blue-green is perforated for sun shade on the southwest and southeast.

▽ 平面图,Plan

▽ 剖面图,Section



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