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Thinking Outside the Rectangle


眼下的中国,“城市时代”已经到来。LifeStyle精选世界建筑和设计作品,从中我们可以窥见中国乃至全球未来城市建筑和设计的发展趋势。

The Chinese city has come of age. LifeStyle presents some of the architecture and design that will define Chinese cities -and cities all over the globe-in the years to come.

Text: Jacob Dreyer


根据国际货币基金组织的研究,中国已经成为世界上最大的经济体。但当你身处五星级豪华酒店或上海市中心的顶层公寓,抑或是开着捷豹蜗行在京城的大道上,你还是会对这个国家的景观心怀不满。让我们直面现实吧,中国的城市太无趣了。千篇一律的塔式大楼、无尽的环形公路,处处人满为患。中国的城市的确是拥挤不堪,住房紧张,不管你是达官显贵还是平民百姓,呼吸的是同一片天空的空气,同样堵在路上动弹不得,抬头望去,头顶上同样是单调乏味的城市天际线……移民的理由还不够充分吗?确实很多人正在移民。可不管是伦敦、纽约还是三亚,住宅楼似乎都差不多。越来越多的人开始厌倦中国的城市环境,希望逃出这片快要被摩天大楼淹没的土地。


现在,还是别急着在加州橘子郡买豪宅,中国的新兴城市还是大有希望的。本期特辑以城市建筑和设计为主题,我们瞄准北京最激动人心的楼盘之一——刚刚开盘的望京SOHO,来听听日本著名建筑师隈研吾是怎么说的,世界上许多最佳公共空间设计就是出自这位大师之手。我们还带来了2014北京国际设计周的诸多亮点以及法国奥尔良FRAC中心的展示,以提醒自己别忘了过去一些让人惊艳的建筑乌托邦的存在。最后,但同样重要的是,我们就高楼大厦这一话题对北京WAI建筑事务所进行了独家采访。这是一家新锐公司,雄心勃勃地试图一改城市的天际线风景。让我们一起探索这些建筑师和设计师的“异想天开”吧。

 

 


奥雷·舍人主持设计的“翠城新景”(2013年,新加坡)给传统的高密度城市住宅提供了另一种更宜居的可能


The Interlace by OMA and Ole Scheeren, completed in Singapore in 2013, gives an alternative to the high rise, even as rectangles rise higher in Manhattan.

 

 

According to the International Monetary Fund, China’s economy is officially the world’s largest. As you sit in your five star hotel room, in your penthouse in downtown Shanghai, or with your Jaguar idling in Beijing’s ferocious traffic, though, you might still have a slight feeling of dissatisfaction with the landscape in this country. Let’s face it: Chinese cities are boring. Repetitive tower blocks, endless ring roads, huge crowds; in practice, the Chinese city is stressful and overcrowded, and even those at the peaks of success must breath the same air, experience the same traffic jams, and observe the same mind-numbing skylines. It’s enough to make you want to emigrate- which is exactly what many are doing. Whether you’re looking at properties in London, New York, or Sanya, it’s all the same; an increasing number of people are fed up with urban conditions in China, and are looking to escape from this wasteland of never-ending high rises. Don’t buy your mansion in Orange Country just yet, though; there’s still a lot of promise in China’s new cities. In this special issue, themed on urban design and architecture, we take a look at one of Beijing’s most exciting new buildings, Wangjing Soho, which just opened, and sit down with renowned architect Kengo Kuma, author of some of the capital’s finest public spaces. We stopped by Beijing Design Week to fill you in on the highlights, and showcase the FRAC museum in Orléans, France to remind ourselves of some of the highlights of architectural utopias of years gone by. Last but not least, we gained an exclusive interview about towers with Beijing’s WAI architects- a young firm on the rise, dedicated to defining the skyline of the future. Join us, as we explore those architects and designers in 2014 Beijing who are truly thinking outside of the box.

 

 

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