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展览预告|如恩:无尽之行

发布日期: 2021-04-19 浏览次数: 60



  

  如恩个展《无尽之行》以时间连续性与历史记忆为题,系统梳理了如恩在建筑实践中的重要时刻。展览分为六个章节,由“反思型怀旧”为起点,途经“步移景异”、“栖居”、“空间诗学”、“在地重铸”,最后抵达“未来遗迹”,由此呈现如恩多年来对于建筑思考的不断演变。

 

  展览对全球背景下人类面临的一系列问题提出反思,同时也阐释了如恩自己的回答:建筑师尤其需要重视历史,保持对于建筑可适性再利用的调查思考;通过借景、构造、截面等视角重新想象建筑的可读性;以建筑为载体建立起与在地文化的连接,保留集体记忆与历史碎片。

 

  《无尽之行》中的建筑模型生动立体地展现了如恩的落成项目、在建项目以及竞赛方案,许多为首次公开展示。在时间的无尽变化中,如恩试图找到介于建筑、文化、社会等不同元素之间的平衡对话,亦在不断演变的建筑实践中,寻找向内反思自省的力量。



展览时间:2021.4.23-5.15

展览地点:建筑与城市规划学院C楼地下展厅


展览讲座-胡如珊

时间:2021.04.23 3:30pm

地点:建筑与城市规划学院B楼钟庭报告厅



关于如恩

  2004年,如恩创始人郭锡恩和胡如珊在中国上海创立了如恩设计研究室,致力于并实践多元化的建筑设计。城市、文化和历史是如恩建筑理念的出发点,并由此开拓出更为广泛的建筑巧思。对比单纯复刻模式化的建筑风格,如恩意在打破刻板,构造建筑样式、光影、材质与情感体验之间的互相交融。

鸣谢

同济大学建筑与城市规划学院

如恩设计研究室

雅法塑业(上海)塑业有限公司



Neri&Hu:Works in Permanent Evolution


In a comprehensive manner, Neri&Hu: Works in Permanent Evolution presents the practice’s architectural works in six main categories: Reflective Nostalgia, Nomadic Voyeurism, Dwelling, Inhabitable Strata, Recasting Vernacular, and Future Artifact. Seen as a spectrum, starting with Reflective Nostalgia and culminating with Future Artifact, the exhibition starts and closes on themes of temporal continuity and history. The exhibition examines a series of contemporary issues in various global contexts and aims to shed light on how the firm grounds its work — by maintaining an intellectual inquiry into adaptive reuse and the role of history, reimagining spatial legibility associated with voyeurism, tectonics and the use of poché, searching for a connection back to the vernacular, and the role of collective memory and fragments. 


The exhibition showcases built, unbuilt and speculative work through models, many of which have never been shown before. Seen as a dialogue between multiple factors in continual flux, the exhibition aims to distill and capture a moment in time of Neri&Hu’s evolution.


About Neri&Hu


Founded in 2004 by partners Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu, Neri&Hu Design and Research Office is an inter-disciplinary architectural design practice based in Shanghai. The practice takes the city’s cultural, urban, and historic contexts as a point of departure for design inquiries that span across a wide spectrum of scales and disciplines. Based on research, Neri&Hu anchors its ethos on the dynamic interaction of experience, detail, material, form, and light rather than conforming to a formulaic style.


Credits:

College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Tongji University 

Neri&Hu Design and Research Office

JAFFA Plastics (Shanghai) Co., Ltd