玛吉中心.

,Maggie’s Centre

是一个当代的Hortus结论

Rankinfraser景观建筑的景观设计是核心的概念和成功的玛吉的拉纳克郡蒙克兰综合医院,Coatbridge。建筑和封闭式花园被认为是一个单独的连体建筑,坐落在艾尔德里住宅的石灰树政策林地内;一个“hortus Conclutsus”由一个从建筑本身延伸的多孔砖墙包围。景观设计保留了现有的政策性树木,通过新的植树方式加强了这一特点,并建议在西面的入口庭院、东面的阴凉林地花园、建筑和树木之间进行对话。

建筑和花园的关系代表了玛吉的中心,体现了一种研究导向的认识,即与这些建筑相关的宜人的、家庭规模的花园可以提供有形的健康益处,并应包括在其交付中。这一概念并不新鲜,也不应该让人感到意外;从阿罕布拉到克利尼·斯坦帕利亚,花园是文明的象征,是日常活动的丰富者,是内外空间的使者,是一个享受的地方,是聆听鸟鸣的地方,为了品尝新鲜空气,

在保留的树木上斑驳的光影和水的声音和运动在两个花园中都是不变的。在到达球场时,现有的石灰树、长凳和一条富有流水声的直线细沟结合在一起,营造出一种尊严感、宁静和平静以及反思的机会。树木和水与花园的构图和空间设计相结合,这些设计源于建筑网格,近2.5米的落差横跨东部花园。这一变化的水平是庆祝和技术解决的预制混凝土'贵族门槛'的露台,台阶和慷慨的座位台阶。这些步骤导致了一个令人印象深刻和丰富的种植林地花园,是由一个仍然反光池终止。与预制混凝土和边界墙处理形成鲜明对比的小型彩色荷兰粘土铺路机。与这栋建筑一样,这座花园也被设计成一个私人空间,用于机密时刻。

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项目名称:玛吉癌症护理中心花园,拉纳克郡位置:苏格兰科特布里奇景观建筑师:兰金弗雷泽景观建筑,爱丁堡建筑师:莱克和霍尔建筑师,爱丁堡照明设计师:斯皮尔斯+梅杰,爱丁堡设计日期:2011年竣工日期:2014年摄影:兰金弗雷泽,大卫格兰德伯格。

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A contemporary Hortus Conclusus

Rankinfraser landscape architecture’s landscape design is central to the concept and success of Maggie’s Lanarkshire at Monklands General Hospital, Coatbridge. The building and enclosed gardens are conceived as a single linked composition sitting within the perimeter Lime tree policy woodland of Airdrie House; a ‘hortus conclusus’ enclosed by a perforated brick boundary wall extending from the building itself. The landscape design retains the existing policy trees, reinforces this feature with new tree planting and suggests a dialogue between an entrance courtyard to the west, a shady woodland garden to the east, the building and the trees.

The relationship of building and gardens represents a significant moment in the design evolution of Maggie’s centre, embodying a research led realisation that delightful, domestic scale gardens associated with these buildings can deliver tangible health benefits and should be included in their delivery. This concept is not new, nor should it come as a surprise; from the Alhambra to Querini Stampalia the garden is a signifier of civilisation, an enricher of day to day activities, the bringer of inside/outside space, a place to enjoy, to hear birdsong, to taste fresh air.

Dappled light and shade from the retained trees and the sound and movement of water are constants in both gardens. In the arrival court, the existing lime trees, a bench and a linear rill rich with the sound of running water combine to create a sense of dignity, tranquillity and calm and the opportunity for reflection. The trees and water work in conjunction with the compositional and spatial design of the gardens that are derived from the building grid and the near 2.5 metre fall across the eastern garden. This change in level is celebrated and technically resolved with a precast concrete ‘noble threshold’ of terrace, steps and generous seating steps. These steps lead to an evocatively and richly planted woodland garden which is terminated by a still reflective pool. Small scale richly coloured Dutch clay pavers contrast with the precast concrete and boundary wall treatments. In common with the building, the garden is conceived with private spaces for confidential moments.

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Project Name: Garden for Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centre, Lanarkshire
Location: Coatbridge, Scotland
Landscape Architect: rankinfraser landscape architecture, Edinburgh
Architects: Reiach and Hall Architects, Edinburgh
Lighting Designer: Speirs + Major, Edinburgh
Design Date: 2011
Completion Date: 2014
Photographer: rankinfraser, David Grandorge.

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