珍珠小径文化古迹,巴林穆哈拉格,Valerio Olgiati Architect

该遗址是联合国教科文组织珍珠之路的一部分。整个建筑功能作为文化遗产的入口和麦地那的大厅。这是一个为Muharraq人设计的城市空间,面积相当于一个公园。
在密集的城市中,沿着属性边界放置具体的元素,形成一个新的轨迹。一个巨大的空间被创造出来,在这个空间里,由柱子和风塔组成的森林在离地面10米的地方支撑着一个水平板。
屋顶,被理解为一种古老的姿态,在这种温暖的气候下为Muharraq人民提供了重要的阴影,并通过其不同的尺度产生了一个新的和独特的情况。阴凉处有一座神秘的房子,里面是联合国教科文组织世界文化遗产博物馆。作为一个整体,建筑本身创造了一个宇宙,它是通往珍珠之路和城市的入口。

The site contains ruins that are part of the UNESCO Pearl Trail. The entire building functions as the entrance to the cultural heritage and the lobby of the medina. It is an urban room for the people of Muharraq with the scale of a public park.
Concrete elements are placed along the property boundary to form a new locus in the dense city. A large space is created in which a forest of columns and wind towers hold a horizontal plate ten meters above the ground.
A roof, understood as an archaic gesture, donates vital shadows for the people of Muharraq in this warm climate and produces a new and unique situation through its different scale. A little secluded in the shade is an enigmatic house in which is the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Museum. As a whole, the building creates a universe in itself that is the entrance to Pearling Path and the city beyond.

Project Name: Pearling Site
Architects: Valerio Olgiati Architect
Location: Muharraq, Bahrain
Client: Bahrain Authority of Culture & Antiquities
Collaborators: Sofia Albrigo, Anthony Bonnici
Local architect: Emaar Engineering
General Contractor: Almoayyed Contracting Group
Date: 2019
Area: 6726 m2
Photography: Olgiati Archive

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