*지속가능한 건축 그리고 그린 네트워크 [ SEMPERVIRENS ] Tokyo French Embassy

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도심속 자연을 담다:
프랑스 대사관 정원의 끝자락,
자연이 끝나는 그곳에 새로운 자연이 만들어 졌다.
마치 녹색의 물결이 폭포처럼
떨어져 인공적인 도시의 바다에 자연을
연결하 듯 그 형태가 우리의
창덕궁 후정의 정원과 닮아 있다.
비록 인공적인 화단의 형태이지만
일본에서 자생하는 초화류를 선별, 식재하여
좁은 공간 또는 음지에서 잘 자랄 수 있도록 계획하였다.
지속가능한 건축을 지향해야하는 시점에서
이와 같이 그린네트워크를 형성한다면
현 도심의 과열되는 온도는 상당부분
낮추어 줄 수 있을 것이다.

Green Prismatic Columns – Tokyo French Embassy Gardens – JAPAN By Frederic-Charles AILLET, Raphael FAVORY and Pierre SARRIEN SEMPERVIRENS Landscapers and Town Planners – PARIS Tadao ANDO president of the competition jury The French landscape architects SEMPERVIRENS built the French Embassy Gardens with the idea of an architectural green wall, affixed to the glass frontage of the new embassy building, The French landscape firm won the Tokyo’s French Embassy Gardens competition in association with the French Architecture Firm ADPi with Dominique Chavanne, Jean-Yves Coulot, Nicolas Moulin and Mabel Miranda.



Inspired by a natural cliff and by the Giant’s Causeway in Ireland, the winning scheme tries to respect and reinforce the native biodiversity of Tokyo. The project develops a concept with Japanese native plants, including sculptural organic walls where mosses grow on specific concrete. The wall is based on the glass frontage of the embassy. This retaining wall allowed conservation of many patrimonial trees.



This architectural green wall is a double reference to both classical French gardens and the Japanese moss gardens. The top of the wall is irrigated from a rainwater tank. When the system stars up, the noise of the falling water creates a pleasant atmosphere. The French Embassy and Gardens are built since December 2009. Mosses and ferns are growing to constitute this natural green wall




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