pH+建筑事务所在格林威治半岛广场为2016年的伦敦建筑节打造了一个体验式花园小窝。作为一个包容性的感官空间，项目“The Milkshake Tree”（奶昔树）是一个互动装置，其灵感来自于该为CPotential的工作时的实践，该装置通过声音、气味、动作和反射表面来刺激和鼓励人们进行互动游戏。
An experiential garden den has been created for the London Festival of Architecture 2016 by pH+ Architects on Peninsula Square, Greenwich. Conceived as an inclusive sensory space, The Milkshake Tree is a pop-up inspired by the practice’s work for the CPotential in Haringey. The installation stimulates and encourages play through sounds, smells, movements and reflective surfaces.
项目The Milkshake Tree是LCCCP所倡导的通过游戏学习的理念的一部分。该慈善机构的目标是通过使用专门为脑瘫或其他运动障碍儿童开发的特殊教育技术，激励残疾儿童发展独立、自信和自尊，充分发挥他们的潜能。这个Pop-up的名字来自于其中一个孩子对新中心的奶昔树的要求。
The Milkshake Tree is part of the philosophy of learning through play, embraced at the LCCCP. Using specific education techniques, which were specifically developed for children with cerebral palsy or other movement disorders, the charity’s aim is to inspire disabled children to develop independence, confidence and self-esteem to achieve their full potential. The pop-up is named after a request from one of the children for a milkshake tree in their new Centre.
Located outside the NOW Gallery, the installation includes a ramped walkway bounded by a screen of timber fins combined with copper xylophones which can be played by the children as they pass by. The walkway wraps around a 12 sq metre gold mirrored cube with leaf-shaped cut outs, an Amelanchier tree and a glass prism in the centre creates a kaleidoscope of colours and light.
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Project name: The Milkshake Tree
Company name: pH+ Architects
Contact e-mail: email@example.com
Project location: London, United Kingdom
Completion Year: 2016
Building area (m²): 35 sqm
Other participants: CPotential, NOW Gallery, London Festival of Architecture, BD Landscape Archtiects, City Sq, Creative Aluminium Solutions, Buildbase, Timberplay
Photo credits: Paul Raferty