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,The Voyage

的BCA景观:“航行”,开始于1839年,叙述了史诗般的库纳德故事的一些决定性时刻,当时利物浦被认为是通往世界的大门。经过研究小组的深入研究,一个精细的图形反应被发展出来,主题框架的故事围绕着16艘船在1840年至1947年之间发射。石刻、青铜插图和排版的组合被设计成50米的实心花岗岩座椅。从新斯科舍到纽约,从莫里塔尼亚到玛丽女王;这件艺术品讲述了一家公司对城市文化和人民产生了不可估量的影响的故事。工作台的微妙位置定义了偶尔的车辆下车和服务进入区域,而不需要杂乱的护柱。

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这是新建成的公共领域中令人惊叹的中心部分,提供一个微妙和定制的景观环境,适合二级*上市的库纳德建筑,利物浦世界著名的三大优雅之一。

灵感来自附近的人字形粘土铺路机从1930年代,船甲板和舞厅地板从一些库纳德的伟大船舶,再生高质量天然骨料混凝土面层经过精心挑选和设计,创造出一种独特的效果,这种效果在白天和夜晚根据特定的光照条件而变化。该小组还与市维修部门密切合作,以确保长期稳定和易于管理

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新的精心定位的植树和低亮度照明有助于框定和软化视图,反映建筑的节奏,创造斑驳的为建筑物和街道的市政规模提供遮阳和帮助,让人们利用该空间。BCA Landscape与利物浦议会密切合作,从该地区移除了一个超大的数字高速公路停车标志和其他街道杂物。

BCAL创造性地涉及了许多相关利益相关者,包括利物浦大学档案馆、利物浦图书馆档案馆、前库纳尔工人、现任库纳尔历史学家和档案管理员和利物浦海事博物馆档案。从这些研讨会中获得的洞察力和信息经过改进和整合,以创新的方式实现了“航行”愿景。

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在“航行”成功后,在“航行”中重新想象部分利物浦重要的滨水街道是人们(而不仅仅是汽车)的好去处,该市目前正在制定计划,将这一高质量的视野扩展到整个市中心滨水地区。这包括减少车辆车道、指定的自行车道、拆除停车位、种植街道树木和创建新的公共广场。这项工作引发了建筑本身的进一步发展,随着一个新的博物馆在[以前空置的]一楼的开放和一个新餐厅的额外计划的开发,

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和“航行”,我们想展示设计如何帮助重新连接一个地方和它的人民与其过去,并提供对我们集体未来的包容和当代愿景。虽然最初的简介是模糊的,但我们看到了一个难得的机会来庆祝一段独特的历史,并创造一个与遗址重要性相适应的景观。挑战在于创造一种既符合现有建筑(包括其规模、形式和节奏)又符合库纳德线历史的设计,同时也利用参考其当代背景的细节和材料。

“航行”清晰而富有想象力地展示了设计如何帮助将一个地方和它的人民与它的过去重新联系起来,为我们的集体未来提供一个包容和现代的愿景。

简称:BCA Landscape Role of y我们在项目中的办公室:首席设计师网站:www.bcalandscape.co.uk参与景观设计的其他设计师:微笑狼[平面设计],艾美[工程师]项目地点:the Strand,Liverpool,United Kingdom设计年份:2015-17建造年份:2017

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BCA Landscape: ‘The Voyage’, starting in 1839, recounts some of the defining moments of the epic Cunard story, during a period when Liverpool was considered as the gateway to the World. Following in-depth research by the team, a refined graphic response was developed that thematically frames the story around 16 ships launched between 1840 and 1947. Combinations of stone etchings, bronze illustrations and typography have been designed and incorporated into 50 metres of solid granite seating. From Nova Scotia to New York and the Mauretania to the Queen Mary; the artwork tells the tale of a company who had an immeasurable impact on the city’s culture and its people. The subtle positioning of the benches defines the occasional vehicle drop-off and service access area without the need for a clutter of bollards.

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It is the stunning centre-piece of the newly completed public realm, providing a subtle and bespoke landscape setting befitting the Grade II* listed Cunard Building, one of Liverpool’s world famous three Graces.

Inspired by nearby herringbone clay pavers from the 1930’s, ship decks and ballroom floors from some of Cunard’s great ships, the recycled high-quality natural aggregate concrete surfacing has been carefully selected and designed to create a unique effect that changes depending on specific light conditions through-out the day and night. The team have also worked closely with the City’s maintenance department to ensure long–term robustness and ease of management

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New carefully positioned tree planting and low level lighting help to frame and softens views, reflect the rhythm of the buildings, create dappled shade and help to mediate the civic scale of the buildings and street with people using the space. BCA Landscape worked closely with Liverpool Council to remove an extremely large digital highway car-parking sign and other street clutter from the area.

BCAL creatively involved a number of relevant stakeholders, including Liverpool University Archives, Liverpool Library Archives, ex-Cunard workers, the current Cunard historian and archivist and Liverpool Maritime Museum archives. The insight and information gained from these workshops was refined and integrated in innovate ways to ‘The Voyage’ vision.

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Following the success of ‘The Voyage’ in re-imagining part of Liverpool’s key waterfront street as a positive place for people [rather than just cars], the City are now developing proposals to expand this high quality vision along the whole City Centre waterfront. This includes reduced vehicle lanes, designated cycle routes, removal of parking bays, street tree planting and the creation of a new public square. The work has sparked further development in the building itself, with a new museum opening on the [previously vacant] ground floor and additional plans being developed for a new restaurant.

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With ‘The Voyage’ we wanted to show how design can help re-connect a place and its people with its past and provide an inclusive and contemporary vision for our collective future. Although the initial brief was vague we saw a rare opportunity to celebrate a unique history and create a landscape befitting the sites importance. The challenge was to create a design that was sympathetic to both the existing buildings [including their scale, form and rhythm], the history of the Cunard Line, but also utilise details and materials that reference its contemporary context.

 

‘The Voyage’ clearly and imaginatively demonstrates how design can help re-connect a place and its people with its past and provide an inclusive and contemporary vision for our collective future.

Short office name: BCA Landscape
Role of your office in the project: Lead designers
Website: www.bcalandscape.co.uk
Other designers involved in the design of landscape: Smiling Wolf [graphic design], Amey [engineers]
Project location: The Strand, Liverpool, United Kingdom
Design year: 2015-17
Year Built: 2017

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