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Gillespies:Riverlight是一个领先的住宅主导型开发项目,位于新兴的九榆树再生区的中心,靠近泰晤士河南岸的巴特西发电站,占地五英亩。Riverlight由世界著名建筑师Rogers Stirk Harbour+Partners设计,由六个现代优雅的住宅亭组成,由Gillespies精心安排在高品质的河畔景观环境中。

“KDSP”这些展馆的战略布局-它们共享相同的建筑语言,但在高度和颜色上有所不同-为创造一个可渗透的开放空间创造了机会,六座建筑之间的河岸清晰可见。约60%的计划被指定为公共开放空间。Gillespies的设计创造了一个无缝,自由流动的景观,建立了一个强大的身份和地方感,这是真正独特的河岸光。每个关键空间都有自己独特的特征和功能。

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灵感来源于泰晤士河附近的遗址,坐落在码头入口附近的袖珍公园提供了一个宽敞的公共领域,被视为“暴露的河床”一系列柔软的,鹅卵石状的种植地形和座椅。公共领域在街道一级被分开的咖啡馆激活,连接九条榆树巷和新创建的河道步行道-稍微抬高,可以看到泰晤士河的河堤-这开辟了一段以前未充分利用的滨水区。

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艺术嵌入公共领域的每个角落,特别委托的雕塑旨在鼓励玩耍和互动。Gillespies与文化机构FutureCity密切合作,后者制定了一个将艺术、文化和游戏放在Riverlight中心的场所制作策略。建筑物之间形成的绿色线性空间专用于私人住宅花园,为居民提供安全的环境,以自然娱乐为中心,供家庭欣赏,同时种植大量树木以保护隐私。

水是整个景观中反复出现的主题,提供与泰晤士河的视觉连接,并加强作为陆地和河流之间接口的场地。许多水景在公共空间和私人空间之间提供了美丽、可控的边缘。水的使用也反映了历史上曾经存在于遗址上的磨坊池塘。Gillespies的设计捕捉到了这些静水的特殊特征,这些静水在一系列位于住宅花园内的现代水上花园中。Riverlight的新住宅开发项目成功地实现了前所未有的公众进入泰晤士河的双重愿景,同时为泰晤士河居民提供宁静的空间。Growth Industry作为Gillespies的分包顾问,为该项目的第一阶段提供了

专业种植顾问。成长产业的角色包括制作选定的种植调色板,制作详细的种植计划、时间表和规格,以及制作景观管理计划,

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项目:河灯位置:沃克斯霍尔9号榆树巷,伦敦SW8 5DA场地面积:2.1公顷完工:2016

项目团队:客户:圣詹姆斯集团有限公司(伯克利集团的一部分)景观设计师:Gillespies LLP建筑师:Roger Stirk Harbour and Partners执行建筑师:EPR Architects Placemaking Co顾问:未来城市专家种植顾问:成长产业结构工程师:Ramboll服务工程师:Hoare Lea承包商:St James集团规划顾问:TP Bennett Townscape顾问:Montagu Evans

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Gillespies: Riverlight is a pioneering residential-led development on a five-acre industrial estate in the heart of the emerging Nine Elms regeneration area, close to Battersea Power Station on the south bank of the River Thames. Designed by world-renowned architects Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, Riverlight consists of six modern and elegant residential pavilions, carefully arranged within a high-quality riverside landscape setting by Gillespies.

The strategic placement of these pavilions – which share the same architectural language but vary in height and colour – generated opportunities to create a permeable open space, with the riverfront visible and accessible between each of the six buildings. Around 60% of the scheme is designated as public open space. Gillespies’ designs create a seamless, free-flowing landscape that establishes a strong identity and a sense of place that is truly unique to Riverlight. Each of the key spaces have their own distinct character and function.

 

 

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Inspired by the sites proximity to the River Thames, a pocket park – which sits adjacent to the dock inlet – provides a generous area of public realm that is treated as a ‘revealed riverbed’, with a series of soft, pebble-like planted landforms and seats. The public realm is activated at street level by split-out cafes, and connects to Nine Elms Lane and the newly created river walk — slightly raised to allow views over the river wall to the Thames — that opens up a stretch of previously underused waterfront.

 

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Art is embedded into every corner of the public realm, with specially-commissioned sculptures designed to encourage play and interaction. Gillespies worked closely with culture agency, FutureCity, who developed a place-making strategy that places art, culture and play at the heart of Riverlight. The green linear spaces created between the buildings are dedicated to private residential gardens, offering residents a secure environment, with natural play features at the centre for families to enjoy, together with heavy tree planting to aid privacy.

Water is a recurrent theme throughout the landscapes, providing a visual connection with the Thames, and reinforcing the site’s place as an interface between land and river. A number of water features provide beautiful, controlled edges between public and private space. The use of water also echoes the historical mill ponds that once existed on the site. Gillespies’ designs have captured the particular character of these bodies of still water in a series of contemporary water gardens that sit within the residential gardens. The new residential development at Riverlight has successfully delivered a dual vision of unprecedented public access to the Thames, alongside tranquil spaces for its residents.

Specialist planting consultancy was provided on Phase One of this project by Growth Industry, acting as a sub-consultant to Gillespies. Growth Industry’s role included the production of selected planting palettes, production of detailed planting plans , schedules and specifications and production of a landscape management plan,

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Project: Riverlight
Location: 9 Nine Elms Lane, Vauxhall, London SW8 5DA
Site Area: 2.1 hectares
Completion: 2016

Project Team:
Client: St James Group Limited (part of Berkeley Group)
Landscape Architect: Gillespies LLP
Architect: Roger Stirk Harbour and Partners
Executive Architect: EPR Architects
Placemaking Consultant: FutureCity
Specialist Planting Consultant: Growth Industry
Structural Engineer: Ramboll
Services Engineer: Hoare Lea
Contractor: St James Group
Planning Consultant: TP Bennett
Townscape Consultant: Montagu Evans

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