石原公园.

,Ishihara Park

MLA工作室:就在三年前,石原公园还是一个停车场。位于圣莫尼卡市的狭长的2.35英亩(95公顷)土地被重新规划为一个线性公园,以缓解在一个安静的居民区附近修建的计划中的地铁轻轨维护设施。公园为附近居民和工业设施提供了重要的视觉和环境缓冲,并为休闲和休息提供了新的机会。一个与居民和利益相关者的强有力的社区参与过程发掘了该遗址的潜力,并为公园的设计提供了信息。居民们希望公园为社区服务,保护生态,为所有人提供玩耍的场所,支持体育活动,庆祝附近的文化和历史。

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工作室MLA靠近设计,沿着中央长廊布置了一系列独特的空间。公园展示了一系列八个房间:小树林、分水岭花园、鸟类花园、草地、社区展馆、岩石花园、学习花园和森林。被动房间和主动房间之间的平衡方法有助于服务于社区的多样性。一些精选的房间被确定为绿色基础设施,用于管理雨水、创造栖息地、增加城市森林,同时提供安静的场所。作为这些被动客房的补充,主动客房提供了各种方案,如遮阳野餐区、通用游乐区、社区花园和果园、运动区和灵活的游乐和活动草坪。无围栏环境允许从人行道或中央长廊单独进入每个房间。

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““室内停车”方案创建动态利用公园线性连续性的体验。每间客房在特色、植物色彩和程序上都是不同的,其设计是为了让新来的客人惊喜不已,沿途都有意想不到的细节。例如,在下沉的保留草地上有一个高架码头,公园的使用者可以坐在它的岩石边缘或玩耍,探索它较低的草地。游戏区有一块雕刻和切割的超大巨石,可以让儿童和成人随意坐、跳或居住。在鸟园里,巨大的、抽象的鸟巢支撑着开花的藤蔓,增加了一种异想天开的体验,并为本地鸟类提供了栖息地。这些元素被认为是从预先制造的游乐设备和公园功能的可预测性和规定性转变为创建一个具有真正天才位置的公园。

公园于2017年向公众开放,居民和办公室工作人员现在都在所有时间占用该场地,享受午餐野餐学校游戏,早期慢跑和草坪活动。石原线性公园是一个小城市公园,取代了2.35英亩的沥青停车场,创造了一个地方,人们和野生动物可以好奇。多学科团队共同努力,以适应非常有限的预算,并遵守所有建筑要求,创造一个与自然和彼此联系的快乐场所——一个真正的公众,市民及民主公园。

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简短办公室名称:工作室MLA办公室在项目中的角色:Prime–Lead Design网站:www.Studio-MLA.com

参与景观设计的其他设计师:业主/客户:圣莫尼卡市土木工程:Fuscoe工程结构工程师:IDG结构工程照明设计:Sean O'Connor Lighting

项目地点:加利福尼亚州圣莫尼卡市博览大道2909号,邮编90404。美国设计年份:2015年建造年份:2016/2017

图片来源:主要项目图片:Hunter Kerhart Ishihara 1,2,3,5,7,10,11,12,13:,

Studio-MLA: Just three years ago, Ishihara Park was a parking lot. The long and narrow 2.35 acre (.95 hectare) site located in the City of Santa Monica was reimagined as a linear park to mitigate a planned Metro light rail maintenance facility built adjacent to a quiet residential neighbourhood. The park provides an important visual and environmental buffer between nearby residents and the industrial facility and offers new opportunities for recreation and respite. A robust community engagement process with residents and stakeholders unearthed the site’s potential and informed the park’s design. Residents wanted the park to serve the community, care for ecology, offer a place for all to play, support physical activity, and celebrate the culture and history of the neighbourhood.

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Studio-MLA approached the design as a string of distinct spaces organized along a central promenade. The Park showcases a series of eight rooms: The Grove, The Watershed Garden, The Bird Garden, The Meadow, The Community Pavilion, The Rock Garden, The Learning Garden and The Forest. A balanced approach between passive and active rooms helps serve the diverse community of the neighbourhood. A select number of rooms were identified to function as green infrastructure to manage stormwater, create habitat, and increase the urban forest while also providing quiet places. Complementing these passive rooms, the active rooms provide a variety of programs such as a shaded picnic area, universal play area, community garden and orchard, exercise zone and flexible play and event lawn. The fence-free environment allows each room to be accessed individually from the sidewalk or through the central promenade.

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The “Park in Rooms” scheme creates a dynamic experience that takes advantage of the park’s linear continuity. Each room is distinct in character, plant color palette and program and has been designed to surprise new visitors with unexpected details along the way. For example, an elevated jetty over the sunken retention meadow allows park users to sit along its rocky edge or play and explore its lower meadow. A sculpted and sliced oversized boulder in the play area invites children and adults alike to sit, jump, or inhabit it as they please. In the Bird Garden, giant, abstracted nests support flowering vines add a whimsical experience and provides native bird habitat. These elements were conceived as a move away from the predictability and prescriptive nature of pre-manufactured play equipment and park features to create a park with a true genius loci.

The park was open to the public in 2017 and residents and office worker alike are now occupying the site at all hours, enjoying lunch picnic, after school play, early jogging and event of the lawn. Ishihara linear park is a small urban park that replaces 2.35 acres of asphaltic parking to create a place where people and wildlife can wonder. The multi-disciplinary team worked together to accommodate a very limited budget and comply with all building requirements to create a place of delight to connect with nature and each other’s – a true public, civic and democratic park.

 

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Short office name: Studio-MLA
Role of the office in the project: Prime – Lead Design
Website: www.Studio-MLA.com

Other designers involved in the design of landscape:
Owner/Client: City of Santa Monica
Civil Engineering: Fuscoe Engineering
Structural Engineer: IDG Structural Engineering
Lighting Design: Sean O’Connor Lighting

Project location: 2909 Exposition Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90404. USA
Design year: 2015
Year Built: 2016/2017

Photo credits:
Main Project photo: Hunter Kerhart
Ishihara 1,2,3,5,7,10,11,12,13: Hunter Kerhart
Ishihara 4,6: Aaron Ackerman
Ishihara 8,9: Studio-MLA

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