Estação das Artes是一个大型文化综合体，位于巴西塞阿拉州的一个旧火车站。拟建的这套建筑利用现有的结构来容纳一个多样化的文化项目，包括展览和表演区、礼堂、工作室和创意住宅空间、收藏和文件工作区、图书馆和美食市场等等。各种空间被划分为五个功能和自治单位，都有不同的具体特点：广场、Pinacoteca、IPHAN、SECULT和工作室。
Estação das Artes is a large cultural complex located in an old railway station in Ceará, Brazil. The proposed set uses the existing structures to accommodate a diversified cultural program, consisting of exhibition and performance areas, auditoriums, studios and spaces for creative residences, collection and document work areas, a library, and a gastronomic market, among many others. The various spaces are divided into five functional and autonomous units, all with distinct and specific characteristics: the square, Pinacoteca, IPHAN, SECULT, and studios.
旧车站广场–过去作为公共汽车站的功能–被重新制定，并被假定为综合体的 “绿肺”–一个树木繁茂的空间，其中的人行道线强调了仓库的结构和铁路线。作为城市综合体功能的建筑都位于其上，尽管假设自己是独立的结构。地铁线也是通过广场进入的，通过人行道的 “变形 “创造的入口。
The old station square – which used to function as a bus station – is reformulated and assumed to be the “green lung” of the complex – a wooded space where the pavement lines emphasize the structure of the warehouses and the railway lines. The buildings that function as an urban complex are located on it, despite assuming themselves as autonomous structures. It is also through the square that the subway line is accessed, through an entrance created from the “deformation” of the pavement.
The Pinacoteca building takes advantage of the former warehouses of the Federal Railway Network R.E.F.E.S.A. and consists of a structure of seven adjacent warehouses, each with a gable roof. The height of each of the warehouses varies between 6 and 9 meters, making them a perfect structure for incorporating this program, which includes exhibition areas, auditoriums, spaces for small performances, and collection and document work areas, among others.
IPHAN是由一组形成João Filipe火车站的建筑产生的。它由三座建筑和一个有顶的平台组成，中央的庭院被广场的人行道 “侵入”，与外部空间形成了联系。这个综合体包括一个小型博物馆、多功能展览室、图书馆、档案馆、考古和保护区、几个支持室、一个美食市场和餐饮区。
IPHAN results from a set of buildings that formed the João Filipe railway station. It consists of three buildings and a covered platform, with a central courtyard that is “invaded” by the square’s pavement, making the connection with the exterior spaces. This complex houses a small museum, multipurpose exhibition rooms, a library, an archive, an archeology and conservation area, several support rooms, a gastronomic market, and dining areas.
SECULT大楼占用了Casa do Engenheiro的设施，利用了现有的两层楼的优势。还设计了一个新的两层的补充建筑，利用了Casa do Engenheiro相邻建筑的旧址。SECULT封闭了整个建筑群的主要建筑的三角形，在它们之间的空间创造了与广场的连续性，具有更高的亲密性，同时作为地铁入口的前厅。
The SECULT building occupies the Casa do Engenheiro facilities, taking advantage of the two-floor existing building. A new complementary building with two floors was also designed, taking advantage of the old location of the Casa do Engenheiro adjacent building. SECULT closes the triangle of the main buildings of the entire complex, creating in the space between them a continuity with the square with a greater level of intimacy that works simultaneously as an antechamber for the entrance of the subway.
Architects: Carvalho Araújo
Area: 17510 m²
Lead Architect: José Manuel Carvalho Araújo
Project Team: Adriano Peixoto, Alexandre Branco, Ana Carolina Moura, Carolina Vieira, Daniel Carvalho, Gonçalo Fernandes, Hélder Ferreira, João Lago, Joel Moniz, Margarida Araújo, Pedro Mendes, Tatiana Campos, Tiago Almeida, Sandra Ferreira
Construction: Consórcio Moraes Vasconcelos, Lomacon e Marsou
Restoration: Simone Delanoy
HVAC, MEP: Teknika Projetos e Consultoria S/S
Installations: FIP Engenharia
Structure: MD Engenheiros Associados
Waterproofing: Rui Leite Barbosa Jr.
Lighting Design: Beatriz Mapurunga
Landscape Design: Bruno Ary