149 Haolin Headquarters 浩林總部

2010 | Chengdu, China 中國成都
Team Lee Shu-fan, Hung Chi-tai, Ching Wai-keung, Wong JamesCollaboration AECOMClient Haolin Corporation
設計 李樹勳, 熊子泰, 程偉強, 王邦彥合作 艾奕康客戶 浩林公司
Rich in history and dotted with breath-taking natural sceneries, Chengdu, the Capital of Sichuan province, lies in the heartland 1000 miles to the east from the ocean in western China. Lying in the basin plain, the relatively flat area of central Chengdu is a stone throw away to the mountain ranges that stretch another 1000 miles, this time to the west, all the way to the Himalayas.
This 160m high headquarters building in downtown Chengdu for a local property developer is conceived as a mountain range rising from the plains. Itself a landmark, the tower also marks the gateway between the vast Chinese plains and the mountainous mid-Asia. The rugged curtain wall, seemingly in a random fashion, doubles as vertical fins to screen the harsh western sun while protected balconies and pocket alcoves are created. A vertical slit through the building separates the office and hotel function while reducing the massiveness of the whole entity, only to be reconnected at the top by a swimming pool. At street level this 'mountain' is folded up, in the fashion and spirit of a grotto, through which people enter to the lobby, exhibition areas, restaurants, and an immense covered plaza.
四川省省會成都位於中國西部海洋以東一千英里的中心帶,有著悠久歷史及令人屏氣凝神的自然風光。成都市中心相距離綿延一千英里的山脈僅一箭之遙,一直向西延伸至喜馬拉雅山脈。
這座一百六十米高、為當地房地產開發商設計的總部大樓定位於成都市中心,設計概念為一座從平原上升起的山脈,呼應著附近的地理環境。大樓本身就是一個里程碑,標誌著廣闊的中國平原與亞洲中部山區之間的門戶。看似崎嶇不平的幕牆可用來屏蔽嚴酷的西邊陽光,同時保護陽台和小壁龕。建築中間垂直的狹縫將辦公室和酒店區分開來,減少了實體重量感,而頂層的游泳池是兩邊的連接點。這座「山」以山石的觸感和精神覆疊起來,人們可透過石窟進入大堂、展覽區、餐廳及大型有蓋廣場。