设计问题是由现代城市昌迪加尔的一个市场综合体中现有的71'×18'线性街区提出的。项目SHOP NO. 851讲述了工匠与木材之间的传统关系。结果是一个瞬间充满诗意的室内装置：一个 "空间矩阵"，让人回味无穷的木头丝带在空间中扭动，就像它有自己的思想一样。
The design problem was posed with an existing 71’ by 18’ linear block in a market complex of the modern city of Chandigarh. SHOP NO. 851 became the voice given to the material sold by the store owner/client—who deals with veneers and plywood, and tells the story of the traditional relationship between the craftsman and wood. The result is an interior-installation instantly poetic: a “spatial matrix” that has evocative ribbons of wood twisting and turning within the space, almost like it has a mind of its own.
Due to shift in times and new engineered materials, the dialogue between a carpenter and a product has perished. The installation is a byproduct of this concern, an elemental ribbon that can be the subject of a conversation while being a facilitator of the same.
The fluidity of the design in this single-room space feeds a very primal, functional role in the way that these poetic wooden ribbons turn into display shelves, seating spaces and meeting areas, among others. This “art landscape”, as the architects call it, is made up of light oak veneer and is held together by black metal bars. The limitlessness of this design manifests in its ability to blur the boundaries between the static, the movable and the art in-and-on these components of the built space.
在计算设计工具的帮助下，以数字方式制造了这些带子，从而制定了双曲线几何形状的胶合板肋骨，这些肋骨以6英寸的间隔相互锁住。这个 "华夫饼结构 "是用19mm的胶合板肋、3mm的Flexi-ply和1.5mm的纸皮拼接而成的--每块纸皮都由木匠切割和处理。工匠们又在原地将肋骨锯开，单向排列。在技术制定设计方案的同时，木匠们用他们的经验和 "知识 "掌握了创作的主动权。
The ribbons were digitally fabricated with the help of a definition in Grasshopper, a computational design tool, which led to the formulation of plywood ribs of doubly-curved geometries that interlocked at 6-inch intervals. This “waffle structure” was then put together with use of 19mm plywood ribs, 3mm Flexi-ply, and 1.5 mm paper veneer—each cut and handled by the carpenters. The craftsmen further jig-sawed the rib in-situ, in unidirectional arrangement. While the technology formulated the development of the design, the carpenters took ownership of the creation with their experience and “telltale knowledge”.
商店成为木匠、终端用户和零售商之间对话的场所，加深了社会参与度。当胶合板与木工遇到它的熵螺旋，商店编号：SHOP NO. 851希望以此为契机，对传统曲线的工艺进行重新想象，作为新一代火炬手复杂雕刻的不竭灵感来源。装置的最后一个音符是一种不确定的噪音，在耳边低语，被灵魂下意识地接收到，但几乎总是让人不知不觉。
The shop becomes a setting befitting for a dialogue between the carpenter, the end-user and the retailer deepening social engagement. As plywood-carpentry meets its entropic spiral, SHOP NO. 851 hopes to create an opportunity to re-imagine craft of the traditional curves, as an inexhaustible source of inspiration for the next generation of torchbearers of intricate carvings. The final note for the installation is an uncertain noise whispered in ears subconsciously picked up by the soul, but almost always leaves the mind unaware.
项目名称：Shop – 851
设计单位：Studio Ardete Pvt Ltd
其他参与者：Badrinath kaleru and Prerna kaleru（首席建筑师），Palak Puri，Ramandeep Singh Rathour，Nisha Singh Sarao，Abhimanyu Sharma
客户： Bansal Ply Chandigarh
单板：Turakhias Natural veneer
图片来源：Ar.Purnesh Dev Nikhanj
Project name: Shop – 851
Company name: Studio Ardete Pvt Ltd
Project location: Manimajra (Chandigarh) India
Completion Year: 2019
Building area (m²): 134 sqm
Other participants: Badrinath kaleru and Prerna kaleru (Principal Architect),Palak Puri, Ramandeep Singh Rathour,Nisha Singh Sarao, Abhimanyu Sharma
Client: Bansal Ply Chandigarh.
Photo credits: Ar.Purnesh Dev Nikhanj
Electrical lightining: The luminars
Veneer: Turakhias Natural veneer
Paints: Asian Paints