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秦皇岛 阿那亚 海边集市

我们发现,看似混乱的剪力墙实则拥有清晰的平面结构逻辑:其墙肢折角的对位关系暗示着楼上公寓的房间布局。于是,我们希望通过延续、强化这种既有的「围合房间」的结构形式来组织空间格局,为访客提供一种有别于开敞超市的环境体验。根据功能动线需求,我们沿剪力墙墙肢的连线将购物区整合成一系列相互连通的「纵射式(Enfilade)」房间,每个房间内分别布置一种功能或售卖一类货品。访客们一进入超市,便可透过门厅窗洞窥见中央房间内琳琅满目的货物,转身进入存包间,取上提篮推车,经过花店的芬芳簇拥,于一众房间内往来穿梭,选购所需。我们畅想,或许会有人随着货架指引斜穿房间时,在微微拉长的动线与时间中,在身体与墙体的夹角里,能暂时把视线从商品上移开,透过身旁洞口,偶然瞥见相邻房间里的那个他/她。

Qinhuangdao Aranya Seaside Market

We find that the visually chaotic shear walls are actually following a clear structural layout logic: the corners of the shear walls form many Gestalt Closures, which suggests the room layout of the apartments above. Therefore, we attempt to organize the space by physicalize these rooms indicated by shear walls, providing visitors with a unique shopping experience different from that of large-scale, open-plan supermarket. According to circulation requirements, we divide the shopping area into a series of interconnected Enfilade rooms by connecting the shear walls, where each of the room is assigned with a certain program or a specific category of goods. As soon as customers enter the market, they will see the dazzling array of goods in the central room through the entrance hall window, then turn to the locker and take a basket or cart, walk through the flower shop and walk among different rooms looking for things they need. When someone walks through the rooms following the guidance of the shelves, in the slightly detoured circulation, they might temporarily take eyes away from the product and get a chance glimpse of him/her in the adjacent room through the beside doorway.

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Architecture Designed by Studio NOR