*어반 가든에서 어반 랜드스케이프로 확장을 꾀하다 [ Balmori Associates ] The Garden That Climbs The Stairs in Bilbao

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익숙하지만 조금은 다른 도심 속 다양한 랜드스케이프를 제안합니다.

스페인 빌바오 어느 계단을 타고 올라가는 임시 설치 화단은

도시 정원 프로젝트의 일환으로 도심속에 자연을 식재합니다.

이와같은 형태로 식재된 조경공간은 각 지역의 특성을 고려한 디자인과 랜드스케이프로

도심 속 쉼의 장소로 제공되어집니다. 물론 그 역에 적합한 로컬재료와 식물이 사용됩니다.

어쩌면 우리 눈에 쉽게 익은 화단과 같아 보일 수 있습니다.

물론 같습니다. 하지만 기존의 틀을 깨고 비집고 들어 오는 랜드스케이프는

이원화된 도시와 자연을 묘한 긴장감으로 합성하는 효과를 가져오게 됩니다.

그리고 우리는 이 틈에서 자연으로 확장한 랜드스케이프를 만나게 됩니다.

reviewed by SJ



In December, the ‘Jardin Urbain’ Association together with the Town Council of Lausanne announced that Balmori Associates is on the shortlist to create one of twenty-five mobile gardens in Central Lausanne, Switzerland. Selected from a pool of over 400 applicants, Balmori enters the second phase of the competition with the task to re-use an existing rooftop under the program’s broader concept ‘Landing’.



Since the early 2000s, Balmori has garnered global recognition for the development of alternative forms of landscape. The firm is the creator of the largest green rooftop in New York City, a 35,000 square foot “fifth facade” at Silvercup Studios in Long Island City. In 2009, Balmori realized Jardin: The Garden That Climbs The Stairs in Bilbao, Spain, which was built with local materials and craftsmen. This has since become an annual event, with new temporary installations expanding the possibilities for landscape interventions in otherwise unused places.

In recent years, Lausanne has aimed to integrate contemporary 21st century design into the historic fabric of the city. In 2010, the Rolex Learning Center, designed by SANNA, opened at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne opened. In 2011, international teams were called upon to master plan the Pôle Museal et Culturel, a tight urban arts district adjacent the city’s central train station. Competitors included Allied Works (US), Kengo Kuma (JP), Nieto Sobejano (ES) and Gigon/Guyer (CH), among others. Sir David Chipperfield (UK) served as the chair of the jury.

Lausanne Jardin 2014 aims to investigate the potential for creating and planting temporary gardens that will form a route through the 15th century city. A public exhibition of the submitted designs is scheduled for April 2013.



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