维多利亚公园Victoria Park

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哈塞尔:在欧洲开发之前,维多利亚公园遗址是被称为植物沼泽的大型湿地和泻湖生态系统的一部分。该场地在19世纪首先作为赛马场开发,然后用于重工业。大片平坦的土地和看似无限的优质地下水吸引了开发,但这些用途是不可持续的,该地的生态系统逐渐恶化。维多利亚公园现在是一个24公顷的混合用途开发区,包括中高密度住宅、商业和零售设施以及5人居住的公共区域,000.

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维多利亚公园的哈塞尔设计理念体现了与其所在地相关的四个关键原则:场地范围内的环境策略、自然湿地系统的解释、场地连通性和社区发展。创造了各种特殊的公共环境供社区享受。广场、游乐场和公共艺术品与提供大型开放空间和圆形剧场相结合,以满足现场滞留大量雨水的需要。公共空间具有丰富的空间形式和材料,统一了湿地物种的本土种植的共同思路,塑造了适应特定保水要求的地形。

植物选择和栖息地创造支持当地生态系统,促进生物多样性和艺术品表达和庆祝水质改善成果。生物滞留植草沟渗透系统调节现场公共道路的第一次冲洗水的质量。过滤后的水被截留、循环利用,并明显暴露在场地显著的水景中。

自然系统在维持土地方面的价值通常是农村发展的标志,但在城市环境中被认为是行不通的。维多利亚公园重新定义了自然系统的作用,并揭示了景观装饰理念的不足。该项目凭借其创新的水管理系统和与高品质生活环境的融合,超出了预期。因此,该项目已成为澳大利亚水敏感城市设计的基准。维多利亚公园不仅为社区提供了宝贵的休闲资源,还着手恢复和重建曾经盛行的生态系统。

景观设计:哈塞尔项目名称:维多利亚公园公共区域位置:新南威尔士州悉尼,澳大利亚竣工日期:2002年面积:24公顷预算:700万美元客户:Landcom合作:新南威尔士州政府建筑师办公室,Turpin Crawford工作室(艺术家)图片学分:Max Creasy/Patrick Bingham Hall Awards摄影:该项目已赢得20多个行业,社区和专业奖,作为可持续发展和精心设计社区的案例研究,包括:2004年澳大利亚城市设计奖-类别奖-公共领域奖-2004年澳大利亚建筑师协会国家奖-嘉奖-园林环境奖-2004年澳大利亚建筑师协会国家奖-优秀奖-园林设计奖-2002年新加坡建筑师协会国家水敏城市设计优秀奖

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Victoria Park

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HASSELL: Prior to European development, the Victoria Park site was part of a large wetland and lagoon ecological system known as the Botany Swamp. The site was developed firstly as a racecourse in the 1800s, and then for heavy industry. The large, flat land and seemingly limitless supply of good quality ground water attracted development, but these uses were unsustainable and the site’s ecosystems gradually deteriorated. Victoria Park is now a 24 hectare mixed-use development, incorporating medium and high-density housing, commercial and retail facilities and public domain for a population of 5,000.

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The HASSELL design concept for Victoria Park embodied four key principles that relate to its place: a site-wide environmental strategy, interpretation of the natural wetland systems, site connectivity, and community development. A variety of exceptional public settings were created for the enjoyment of the community. Plazas, playgrounds and public artworks are combined with the provision of large open spaces and amphitheaters that meet the need to detain large quantities of storm water onsite. The public spaces have a richness in spatial form and materials, unified by the common thread of indigenous planting of wetland species, and a landform that is moulded to accommodate the specific water retention requirements.

The plant selection and habitat creation support the local ecosystem, promoting biodiversity and the artworks express and celebrate the improved water quality achievements. A bio-retention swale infiltration system regulates the quality of first flush water from the site’s public roads. The filtered water is intercepted, recycled and visibly exposed at the site’s notable water features.

The value of natural systems in sustaining the land has often been the hallmark of rural development, but deemed unworkable in urban situations. Victoria Park redefines the role of natural systems and exposes the shortcomings in ideas of landscape as ornament. The project exceeded expectations by virtue of its innovative water management system and its integration
 into the high-quality living environment. Consequently, the project has become a benchmark for water
sensitive urban design in Australia. Victoria Park not only provides a valuable recreation resource for the community, it also sets about restoring and reconstructing the ecosystems that once prevailed.

Landscape Architecture: HASSELL
Project name: Victoria Park Public Domain
Location: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Completion date: 2002
Area: 24 ha
Budget: A$7m
Client: Landcom
Collaboration: Government Architects Office of NSW, Turpin Crawford Studio (Artists)
Image credits: Photography by Max Creasy / Patrick Bingham-Hall
Awards: The project has won over 20 industry, community and professional awards and is used as a case study example for sustainable and well designed communities, including:
_2004 Australian Award for Urban Design – Category Award – Public Domain
_2004 AILA National Awards – Commendation – Environment in Landscape Architecture
_2004 AILA National Awards – Merit Award – Design in Landscape Architecture
_2002 SIA National Award for Excellence in Water Sensitive Urban Design

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