The Transformation of 530 Dwellings – Grand Parc Bordeaux is the 2019 Winner of the Prize

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                                              At a press conference held today in Brussels, the European Commission and the Fundació Mies van der Rohe have announced the Winners of the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award 2019.

                                              2019年密斯奖入围作品回顾(点击链接查看全部40个入围项目),Review of the Finalist Works of The EU Mies Award 2019(including all 40 shortlisted works)




                                              The 2019 Winner of the Prize: Transformation of 530 dwellings – Grand Parc Bordeaux, France 
                                              事务所|OFFICE: Frédéric Druot Architecture, Lacaton & Vassal architectes, Christophe Hutin Architecture

                                              由Lacaton & Vassal architectes、Frédéric Druot Architecture和Christophe Hutin Architecture三家事务所共同完成的530公寓楼改造项目(The Transformation of 530 Dwellings – Grand Parc Bordeaux)成为了此次大奖的最终得主。该项目位于法国,客户为 AQUITANIS。设计团队通过精准保留既有建筑的品质并弥补缺失,最终完成了对三栋大型公寓楼的创新性改造,从而为所有的住户提供了高质量的居住空间。每个单元的改造成本为5万欧元(不含增值税),但原先的租户并不需要再支付额外的费用,并且在施工期间也无须搬离公寓。

                                              The Transformation of 530 Dwellings – Grand Parc Bordeaux by Lacaton & Vassal architectes; Frédéric Druot Architecture and Christophe Hutin Architecture is the 2019 Winner of the Prize. The client is AQUITANIS, home public office of Bordeaux Métropole. The work is an innovative renovation of three huge apartment buildings in Bordeaux, that gives to all dwellings new qualities of space and living, by inventorying very precisely the existing qualities that should be preserved, and what is missing that must be supplemented. The transformation of each unit cost 50.000€ (excluding VAT) and it has not increased the rent of the former tenants who did not need to move out of their apartments during the construction works.

                                              ▼项目概览,project overview ©Philippe Ruault

                                              由Dorte Mandrup担任主席的评委会宣布了该项目的获奖原因:“评审团认为,该项目对目前欧洲现存的战后住宅建筑提出了挑战,以最轻的介入获得了最大的成效。对于既有的三栋建筑,设计团队采取了改造而非拆除的办法,从而尽可能减少了能源的消耗,并得到了客户的理解与支持。该项目在不影响居住者既有生活状态的前提下为他们提供了更高品质的居住环境,并通过新增的体量带来新的诗意。改造的成功建立在人们对于空间的理解之上,它使每个居住者能够以自己的方式来使用空间。”

                                              The Jury chaired by Dorte Mandrup has awarded the work for the following reasons:  “The Jury valued that the project challenges the existing European housing stock from the post war period, using minimum means to achieve a maximum effect. Instead of demolishing, which involves the use of an important amount of energy, in this case the client understood and supported the advantages of transforming the existing three buildings. This has changed people’s lives for the better without underestimating their previous lives, filling the new volume with poetry because it works with the basis that people understand space and in consequence, they use it in very different ways. ”

                                              ▼530公寓楼建筑外观,exterior view of 530 Dwellings ©Philippe Ruault

                                              ▼改造后的立面,facade after transformation ©Philippe Ruault

                                              ▼电梯间,elevator room ©Philippe Ruault

                                              ▼改造过程,transformation process ©Philippe Ruault

                                              ▼城市环境,context ©Philippe Ruault


                                              Interior of 530 Dwellings


                                              “At a moment in which the commissions for new social housing blocks ask for a reduction of the surface of flats, here the volume is increased, offering dignity and giving more value to the individual and to the collective. The ensemble becomes an optimistic opportunity for social housing and modernity, being generous and also changing architecture and the possibilities of architecture. The architects show a very high acknowledgement of who – a mix of inhabitants – and what – the results from previous research on transformation – they are working with. This results in a refined way of working with people, space and materials although the improvement in the collective could have been stronger if the opportunities in the relationship with the street would have been different.  ”

                                              ▼01号公寓,Apartment 01 ©Philippe Ruault

                                              ▼02号公寓,Apartment 02 ©Philippe Ruault

                                              ▼03号公寓,Apartment 03 ©Philippe Ruault

                                              ▼04号公寓,Apartment 04 ©Philippe Ruault

                                              ▼05号公寓,Apartment 05 ©Philippe Ruault

                                              ▼06号公寓,Apartment 06 ©Philippe Ruault

                                              ▼07号公寓,Apartment 07 ©Philippe Ruault

                                              ▼08号公寓,Apartment 08 ©Philippe Ruault

                                              ▼新的屋顶平台,Apartments new rooftop ©Philippe Ruault

                                              ▼公寓内视角,view from the apartments ©Philippe Ruault

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                                              Winner of the 2019 Emerging Architecture prize: School Refectory in Montbrun-Bocage

                                              2019年的新兴建筑奖颁发给了BAST工作室(图卢兹)在法国庇里牛斯山附近设计的Montbrun-Bocage学校食堂项目(E26 school refectory),其客户为Montbrun-Bocage当地公社。该食堂作为既有学校的延伸,为61名学生提供了一个具有围合感,但在视觉上却十分开阔的庭院。

                                              The 2019 Emerging Architecture prize has been awarded to the Toulouse studio BAST for the School Refectory in Montbrun-Bocage, Haute-Garonne, near the French Pyrenees. The client is the commune of Montbrun-Bocage. The canteen is the extension of the existing school for 61 pupils that physically but not visually fences the courtyard.

                                              获奖原因:凭借精准的设计决策,设计团队在预算相对较少的情况下完成了一个卓越的项目。这是一个充分考虑并尊重村庄背景和周围景观的谦逊之作,正如密斯奖评审团的建筑师及专家Benjamin Aubry所言,简洁的设施与结构不仅带来了宽敞的空间,还展示了出色的功能性和高雅的审美。

                                              The jury was drawn by the extremely precise implementation and design decisions which make the refectory a remarkable project built on a relatively small budget. The  work was done with extreme humbleness, taking into account the context of the village and the immediate landscape, thereby creating a very respectful work of architecture. As Benjamin Aubry, architect and expert of the EU Mies Award expressed, the simplicity of its devices and construction offers generous space, excellent capacity of use and immense poetry.

                                              ▼食堂外观,exterior view ©Jordi García

                                              ▼室内概览,interior overview ©BAST

                                              ▼建筑细部,detailed views ©BAST

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                                              这两个获奖项目是从来自38个欧洲国家的383项作品中挑选出来的,颁奖典礼将于5月7日在巴塞罗那举行。此外,“2019年欧盟密斯奖大展”(EU Mies Award 2019 exhibition)还将正式在布鲁塞尔的BOZAR艺术博物馆开幕,向公众展示本届40个入围作品的模型、文字、视频、手稿、图纸以及所有383个提名项目的简介。该展览将在2019年至2020年在欧洲其他城市进行巡展。

                                              The two awarded projects have been chosen from a list of 383 works from 38 European countries.  The winners will be celebrated at the EU Mies Award Day on May 7 in Barcelona. The “EU Mies Award 2019 exhibition”, which includes models, texts, videos, sketches and drawings of the 40 shortlisted works and a summary of all 383 nominees, will embark on its tour around Europe with an opening at BOZAR, Brussels on September 13 and will continue to other cities in 2019 and 2020.


                                              Review of the 5 Finalist Works of The EU Mies Award 2019(including all 40 shortlisted works)

                                              PC CARITAS精神病学中心大楼改造,Renovation of Sint-Jozef by architecten de vylder vinck taillieu
                                              Plasencia礼堂和会议中心,Plasencia conference center and auditórium by selgascano
                                              斯坎德培广场,Restructuring of Skanderbeg Square by 51N4E
                                              柏林阶梯屋(官方网页),Terracehouse Berlin(official site)
                                              530公寓楼改造(官方网页),Transformation of 530 dwellings – Grand Parc Bordeaux


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