MVRDV公布了其对De Oosterlingen的设计，这是一个位于阿姆斯特丹Oostenburg岛的由七座可持续住宅建筑组成的街区。该项目位于该岛入口的显著位置，该岛以前是一个工业区，正在迅速发展成为一个热闹的住宅区。为房地产开发商Being设计的 "条形码 "建筑构成了一个清晰的家族，但每个建筑都有自己的特点，高度不同，屋顶形状不同，外墙由木材、玻璃、再生砖或生物基复合材料制成。该项目总面积为13,950平方米，将为不同目标群体的业主和租户提供住所。城市有丰富的历史。自2017年以来，该街区已转变为一个充满活力的城区，其中的工业历史依然清晰可见，不朽的码头墙、仓库和起重机被保留为该街区的一部分。
MVRDV has revealed its design for De Oosterlingen, a block of seven sustainable residential buildings on Amsterdam’s Oostenburg Island. The project is prominently located at the entrance to the island, which is a formerly industrial area rapidly developing into a lively residential district. Designed for real estate developer Being, the buildings in the ‘barcode’ composition form a clear family, but each has its own character, with varying heights, roof shapes, and façades made of wood, glass, recycled brick, or biobased composite. The project, which in total measures 13,950m2, will be home to owners and renters from various target groups. Amsterdam Oostenburg has a rich history. Since 2017, the neighbourhood has transformed into a lively city district in which the industrial history remains plainly visible, with monumental quay walls, warehouses, and cranes preserved as part of the neighbourhood.
项目将位于该岛的入口处，紧邻邻里广场。房地产开发商Being和阿姆斯特丹住房公司Stadgenoot希望有一条绿色的、以人为本的街道，形成一个引人注目的社区入口。MVRDV设计了七个相邻的项目，每个项目都有自己的特色，围绕着一个集体空间和屋顶组织自己的生活方式，并对城市的绿化做出自己的贡献。一端是 "温室"，然后依次是 "养蜂人"、"体块"、"花园"、"房子"、"岩石 "和 "鸟屋"。
De Oosterlingen will be located at the entrance to the island, next to the neighbourhood square. Real estate developer Being and the Amsterdam housing corporation Stadgenoot wanted a green, peoplefocused street that would form a striking entrance to the neighbourhood. MVRDV designed seven adjoining, each with its own identity, its own living style organised around a collective space and rooftop, and its own contribution to greening the city. At one end is “the greenhouse” and then, in order, are “the beekeeper”, “the lump”, “the garden”, “the house”, “the rock”, and “the birdhouse”.
这七座建筑共同构成了一个绿色实验室，或绿色博览会。这些建筑是阶梯式的，平台从最低的建筑一直通向一端的塔楼。低层建筑的屋顶将用花园、苹果园、城市耕作或屋顶森林来激活。除了这些有助于产生极低排放的 "低技术 "解决方案外，还有许多实际的干预措施来实现整体的可持续发展愿景。
Together, the seven buildings comprise a green lab, or green expo. The buildings are stepped, with terraces leading up from the lowest buildings to the tower at one end. The roofs of the lower buildings will be activated with gardens, an apple orchard, urban farming, or a rooftop forest. In addition to these “low-tech” solutions which help generate very low emissions, there are also numerous practical interventions to achieve a holistic sustainable vision.
Emulating the area’s historical warehouses, a number of these façades open up by means of folding shutters and canopies, as well as balconies and other features that appear as if they have also been created by “folding” the building’s skin. The folding, sliding and hinging create a lively palette of facades, each notably different from the others yet still related. In addition to their solar and thermal quality, the shutters, canopies, and sliding doors also offer privacy to residents – they can open and close the façade as they please.
The human dimension is a central consideration in the scheme; walking routes have been designed so that residents can easily meet each other, promoting a sense of community. The complex has both lively and calm zones to provide suitable spaces for everyone. The development will comprise 144 homes for a variety of renters and owners, with 1,000 m2 of space reserved in the plinths of the buildings for various facilities, including catering establishments, a shop for healthy food, a small private cinema for 12 people, and a social impact factory intended for companies involved in social entrepreneurship. Construction is expected to start in late 2022.
Project Name: De Oosterlingen
Location: Oostenburg, Amsterdam
Client: Being Development
Size and Programme: 13,950m2 (Residential, retail)
Founding Partner in charge: Winy Maas
Partner: Stefan de Koning
Design Team: Winy Maas, Stefan de Koning, Ronald Hoogeveen, Karin Houwen, Floris Dreesmann, Jasper Van der Ven, José Manuel Garcia Garcia, Katarzyna Nowak, Mariya Gyaurova, Olly Veugelers, Helena Kajszczak; Magdalena Dzambo (BD); Luca Coca, Francesco Vitale, Jaroslaw Jeda (VIZ)
Project Coordination: Carla Sitarenios
Visualisations: Antonio Luca Coco, Francesco Vitale, Jaroslaw Jeda
Strategy and Development: Magdalena Dzambo
Images: ©Proloog, ©MVRDV
Copyright: MVRDV 2018 – (Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs, Nathalie de Vries)
Landscape Architect: DELVA Landscape
Architecture/Urbanism Environmental Psychologist: De omgevingspsycholoog
Contractor: IMd Raadgevende Ingenieurs
Installation Technical Advisor: Arup
Building Physics: DGMR
Building Costs Advisor: IGG Bouweconomie