ENET 之家,瑞士,Gole GmbH

卢塞恩Ennetweg的住宅和商业建筑群–或:透明建筑的一点历史。

The residential and business ensemble on Ennetweg in Lucerne – or: a little history of transparent architecture.

有建筑,也有透明的建筑。透明不仅是指建设性的明显或理想的自我解释;而且是指有效的透明:玻璃门面、玻璃架子、玻璃家具。这个想法并不新鲜,恰恰相反:它有2000年的历史。然而,它在1851年随着伦敦 “水晶宫 “的建立才开始流行。

There is architecture – and there is transparent architecture. Transparent not only in the sense of constructively obvious or ideally self-explanatory; but also in the sense of effectively transparent: glass fronts, glass shelves, glass furniture. The idea is not new, on the contrary: it is 2000 years old. However, it only became popular in 1851 with the establishment of the “Crystal Palace” in London.

在这里,我们对1943年的一所房子进行了现代化改造。地块上宽敞的花园可以用来建造自己的额外新建筑。其结果是一个由四部分组成的住宅和办公室组合。一个为有创造力的人准备的地方:它是按照日本的例子,在一个小空间里兴建的,以达到高度。

Here, we modernized a house from 1943. The spacious garden on the plot could be used for an additional new building on one’s own. The result is a four-part residential and office ensemble. A place for creative people: it was built, following the Japanese example, in a small space that thrives to reach heights.

像房子一样高的窗前投射出的光线由你决定。楼层不是连续的,因此在整个建筑的高度上创造了一种不寻常的开放性。每一厘米都得到了利用:楼梯间也是一个架子,墙壁也是一个柜子,裸露的混凝土可以选择成为地板、长凳或淋浴盘。而在这两者之间的任何地方:玻璃、玻璃、玻璃。玻璃中间的地板,玻璃房间的墙壁,甚至玻璃浴室–安排得让邻居看不到。

A window front as high as a house casts light at your discretion. The floors are not continuous and thus create an unusual openness over the entire height of the building. Every centimeter is used: the stairwell is also a shelf, the wall also a cupboard, the exposed concrete is optionally a floor, bench or shower tray. And everywhere in between: glass, glass, glass. Glass intermediate floors, glass room walls, even a glass bathroom – arranged so that the neighbors cannot see it.

那些想站在今天的进步一边的人必须判断这个后果是一致的:建筑的透明度只是已经创造的数字渗透性的一个形象。

Those who want to be on the side of progress today must judge this consequence as consistent: the built transparency is only an image of the digital permeability that has already been created.

一个2000年的想法,在21世纪实施。欢迎来到玻璃屋。

A 2000 year old idea, implemented for the 21st century: Welcome to the glass house.

Architects: Gole GmbH
Area: 610 m²
Year: 2019
Photographs: Damian Poffet
Lead Architects: Igor Gole
City:LUCERNA
Country:Switzerland

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