无限桥,丹麦,Gjøde&Povlsgaard Arkitekter

无限桥是丹麦建筑师工作室Gjøde & Povlsgaard Arkitekter建造的雕塑,并与2015年国际双年展 “海边雕塑”(Sculpture by the Sea 2015)相关联展出,该作品在奥胡斯市周围风景优美的海岸景观中进行。

The Infinite Bridge is a sculpture by danish architect studio Gjøde & Povlsgaard Arkitekter built and exhibited in connection with the international biennale, Sculpture by the Sea 2015, that takes place in the scenic coastal landscape surrounding the city of Aarhus.

“我们创作的雕塑就是为了体验周围的环境,意识到城市与海湾壮丽景观之间的关系。走在桥上,你会体验到不断变化的景观,就像一个无尽的全景构图,同时你也进入了一个与其他体验同样全景的人进行社交互动的空间。”Gjøde & Povlsgaard Arkitekter的合伙人和联合创始人Johan Gjøde说。

“We have created a sculpture that is all about experiencing the surroundings and becoming aware of the relation between the city and the magnificent landscape of the bay. Walking on the bridge you experience the changing landscape as an endless panoramic composition and at the same time you enter a space of social interaction with other people experiencing the same panorama,” says Johan Gjøde, partner and co-founder of Gjøde & Povlsgaard Arkitekter.


The Infinite Bridge has a diameter of 60 meters and is positioned half on the beach and half in the sea. It consists of 60 identical wooden elements placed on steel pillars housed about two meters into the sea floor. The deck of the bridge rises between one and two meters above the water surface depending on the tide. The curvature of the bridge follows the contours of the landscape as it sits at the mouth of a small river valley extending into the forest from the beach.

除了展开海滨全景,”无限桥 “还建立了现在和特定地点历史之间的联系,因为它将海滩和一个长期被遗忘的海上观景点重新连接起来。

In addition to unfolding the seaside panorama The Infinite Bridge establishes a connection between the present and the history of the specific site, as it reconnects the beach to a long forgotten viewpoint at sea.

“这座桥触及了以前的一个码头的登陆码头,该码头位于该地,过去人们从城市乘汽船来到这里休闲娱乐。坐落在海滩上方山坡上的历史悠久的瓦尔纳亭是风景区中的热门景点,这里有露台、餐厅和舞厅。坐落在森林边缘,面向大海的亭子是为了从已经不复存在的码头的登陆码头上体验。Gjøde & Povlsgaard Arkitekter的合伙人和联合创始人Niels Povlsgaard说:”无限桥重新建立了这一历史性的联系,并为城市和周围景观之间的关系提供了一个新的视角。

“The bridge touches the landing dock of a previous pier located at the site where people used to arrive in steamboats from the city to relax and enjoy themselves. The historic Varna Pavilion that sits on the hillside above the beach was a popular destination in the scenic landscape with its terraces, restaurant and dancehall. Situated on the edge of the forest facing the sea the pavilion was meant to be experienced from the landing dock of the pier that no longer exists. The Infinite Bridge reestablishes this historic connection and offers a new perspective on the relation between the city and the surrounding landscape,” says Niels Povlsgaard, partner and co-founder of Gjøde & Povlsgaard Arkitekter.

作为一个年轻的实践,Gjøde & Povlsgaard Arkitekter在他们的方法中达到了与他们的项目有所不同。
“我们建筑师实践背后的理念是自己开始项目。我们不是在等待一个项目的出现,而是发明项目,并与做出决定的人取得联系。在这种情况下,”海边雕塑 “是一个独特的机会,在丹麦的海岸保护区内工作,并在一个原本无法进入的区域安装 “无限桥”,”Johan Gjøde说。

The True Art Piece
As a young practice, Gjøde & Povlsgaard Arkitekter reaches out in their approach to making a difference with their projects.
“The philosophy behind our architect practice is to start projects on our own. Rather than waiting for a project to come about, we invent the project and get in touch with people making the decisions. In this context Sculpture by the Sea was a unique opportunity to work within the coastal protection zone of Denmark and install The Infinite Bridge in an otherwise inaccessible area,” says Johan Gjøde.

当谈到艺术与建筑之间的分界线时,Gjøde & Povlsgaard非常清楚自己的角色。他们在设计展览空间和工作项目方面有着丰富的经验,要求挖掘特定地点的空间潜力。

When commenting on the dividing line between art and architecture, Gjøde & Povlsgaard are very clear about their role. They are vastly experienced in designing exhibition spaces and working on projects that call for the spatial potential of a given location to be explored.

“我们在艺术和建筑领域工作过不少。大多数时候都是退一步,让艺术发挥出自己的作用。在这种情况下,你必须创造一个环境,让人们能够以一种新的视角来认识和思考各个艺术作品。就像我们在《无限桥》中所做的那样,我们试图创造一个环境,让你能体验到城市周围的风景。实际上,自然、城市的天际线、港口以及与水的关系才是真正的艺术作品,”Johan Gjøde说。

“We have worked quite a bit in the realm of art and architecture. Most of the time it is about taking a step back and allowing the art to come into its own. In these situations, you have to create a setting where people can meet and contemplate the individual art pieces in a new light. As we did with The Infinite Bridge, we have tried to create a setting where you can experience the landscape surrounding the city. Actually, it is nature, the city’s skyline, the harbor and the relationship to the water that is the true art piece,” says Johan Gjøde.

建筑师:Gjøde & Povlsgaard Arkitekter
照片:Aarhus I Billeder, Peter Hastrup Jensen, Danish TM, danskebilleder.dk
国家 : 丹麦
Architects: Gjøde & Povlsgaard Arkitekter
Year: 2015
Photographs: Aarhus I Billeder, Peter Hastrup Jensen, Danish TM, danskebilleder.dk
Country: Denmark


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