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1 / 5 bird view and diagrams 鳥瞰效果

Jingdezhen Youth Center | 景德鎮青年中心

Year | 年份: 2017
Location | 地點: Jingdezhen, Jiangxi, China | 中國江西景德鎮
Status | 狀態: schematic design | 概念設計

Type | 類型: architecture | 建筑
Program | 功能: apartment, commercial, mix-used | 公寓、商業綜合體
Size | 規模: 62640sqm | 62640平方米
Client | 業主: Taoxichuan Creative Industry | 陶溪川文創街區

Team | 團隊: Chen Chen(陳忱),Federico Ruberto,Nicola Saladino,Lv Shoutuo(呂守拓),Wang Yiren(王翊人),Chen Muzhi(陳牧之),Liu Yangyang (劉楊洋), Chen Si (陳思), Chen Yuxuan(陳宇軒), Wang Xia(王霞), Duan Jintong (段錦童), Tan Lu (譚露)
Collaborator | 合作團隊: 北京華清安地建筑設計有限公司 (An-design Architects)

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2 / 5 programmatic layout 功能布局

Jingdezhen, a small city in Jiangxi Province, has been the heart of China’s ceramics and clayware industry since Han Dynasty. Young ceramic artists from all over China as well as overseas gather here to learn the skills, communicate and promote their artworks, forming a unique creative culture. Jingdezhen Youth Center is a site-specific solution, which combines youth apartments with various public spaces specifically designed for young residents. Equipped with a gym, a canteen, a ceramic merchandising center and an auditorium, this mixed-use building complex will become a new hub for both local and visiting artists.


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3 / 5 floor and roof plan 各層和屋頂平面

Ordinary high density residential buildings usually consist of apartments on both sides of a corridor, maximizing efficiency yet minimizing chances for residents to socialize. We believe that for a young creative neighborhood a better strategy is to weave a series of public spaces with various degrees of openness into our apartments. By developing living units of minimal sizes we manage to expand the space for socializing without losing much capacity.


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4 / 5 south perspective and section 南立面效果與剖面

Connectivity, program mixing and porosity are the three main design principles of this project. Connectivity is achieved by introducing a ‘public loop’, which refers to a system of paths that circulate through all our building mass, integrating formal as well as informal public spaces. By overlapping different programs horizontally and vertically, our proposal seeks for new typologies where residents enjoy a multi-layered yet united community. Porosity is our adaptation to local climate – by carving into our building massing we achieve a self-shading effect with passive ventilation and create various sheltered grey spaces.


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5 / 5 east perspective and elevation 東立面效果與立面圖