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法国蒙田大道50 AVENUE MONTAIGNE Paris by MVVA

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           50 Avenue Montaigne的内部庭院被设计成一个体验丰富的城市绿洲,通过移动它可以最好地了解,同时也提供从Kohn佩德森福克斯同伴设计的相邻的办公楼的视觉刺激的观点。分层,平行组合和轴向排列的设计原则被连续地应用于石头,金属,水,欧洲角树和espaliered菩提树的风景材料,以创建一个现代化的花园,吸引观众进入和通过其空间。景观的三维空间品质以备用的方式呈现,以创造物质尺度和经验亲密的模糊感,回忆法国花园设计的传统传统。

这项设计是与波士顿艺术家Judy McKee合作完成的,他设计和监督了花园的青铜猫头鹰长椅的创作。选址在车库的屋顶上,50道蒙田大道需要多种设计创新,包括创建低重量土壤混合物,地下排水解决方案和复杂的灌溉系统。

50蒙田大道获得1995年波士顿景观建筑师奖。

           The interior courtyard at 50 Avenue Montaigne is designed to be an experientially rich urban oasis that is best understood by moving through it, while also providing a visually stimulating view from the adjacent office building designed by Kohn Pederson Fox Associates. The design principles of layering, parallel composition, and axial ordering were serially applied to the landscape materials of stone, metal, water, European hornbeams, and espaliered lindens to create a modern garden that draws the viewer into and through its spaces. The three-dimensional spatial qualities of the landscape are rendered in a spare manner to create both an ambiguous sense of physical scale and an experiential intimacy, recalling the storied tradition of French garden design.

The design was completed in collaboration with Boston artist Judy McKee, who designed and oversaw the creation of the garden’s bronze feline benches. Sited on the roof of a garage, 50 Avenue Montaigne required multiple design innovations, including the creation of low-weight soil mixtures, a subsurface drainage solution, and a complex irrigation system.

50 Avenue Montaigne received a 1995 Boston Society of Landscape Architects Merit Award.

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