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    Tanatap環形花園咖啡廳/ RAD+ar (Research Artistic Design + architecture)
    Tanatap Ring Garden Coffee Shop / RAD+ar (Research Artistic Design + architecture)

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    Tanatap環形花園咖啡廳是一處層次豐富的綠意空間,擁有起伏有致的活力平臺和可以漫步其間的屋頂景觀;ミB的結構綠意環繞,熱帶戶外活動打造圓形城市生活劇場。

    Ring Garden Café called Tanatap is a small prototype of a multi-leveled greenspace with dynamic platforms that rise and fall to create a walkable roofscape. The structure will be connected to create a series of floating amphitheaters surrounding green spaces and tropical outdoor activities in the middle.

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    如果功能空間以及建筑的定義僅僅作為開放花園的外殼,那么會怎么樣呢?設計旨在展示一處消解于簡單多層花園中的室內空間。它是連續的,而不是一塵不變的。核心在于與自然、與人趣味盎然地共處。建筑師想將它設計成可持續的新興城市活力空間,因為對于像雅加達這樣的發展中國家城市,往往政府運營的公共空間都不可信賴。

    Started with the question, what if functional spaces and the very definition of the building only acted as an envelope of an open garden. The design was to demonstrate a disappearing indoor space, hidden within a simple multi-leveled garden. Spaces that were created became a sequential space and were not an initial space. At the heart of our project is the idea of playful togetherness. We want this to be a refreshing and dynamic new civic space that is sustainable – businesswise in developing country cities like Jakarta, where government-run public space is unreliable.

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    建筑師采取了三條策略打造這座自然中的多合一咖啡廳。首先,將場地現有的樹木串聯起來,形成游客的參觀流線;其次,利用結構相互搭接創造主入口處地下的親人尺度;第三,在尺度、色彩、植物密度和穿透大廳/酒吧的光線強度方面制造強烈的反差感。利用這種動態的手法處理現有景觀環境,保證了新景觀與花園渾然一體。

    The architects developed three strategies to create a functional integrated cafe space within nature. The first approach is to connect all the existing trees as means of circulation for the visitor. Secondly, stringing all the structures to create an underground intimate scale experience in the main entrance. Next, is to create a contrast experience in scale, color, the density of nature, and the amount of natural sunlight penetration hidden in conceal doors in both wings in the lobby/bar area. This dynamic intervention into the existing landscape ensures that the new landscape intervention performs aesthetically in harmony with the garden as a whole.

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    這是一個實驗性的項目,旨在觀察一旦建筑師重構空間制度之后,使用者的表現情況。RAD+ar工作室利用這個項目觀察當人們身處不理解的空間時,他們會如何定義和表現。這也是咖啡廳里大部分的家具都沒有明確的定義的原因,它們往往消融于精裝和景觀環境中。這樣一來,使用者就可以按照自己對舒適的定義來使用這些家具。某種程度上這也是一項社會實驗,研究人們如何在諸如花園等開放空間中不斷重新定義自己對第三空間的感覺,這種感覺甚至會隨著一天中不同時間的來訪人群而改變。

    It was designed as experimental programming to see and learn how users will behave once the architect restructures the hierarchy of space. RAD+ar uses this project to learn more about visitor behavior in defining spaces they don’t understand, that is why most of the furniture in this café is undefined, blended with the hardscape and feature of the landscape, therefore acting as an experiment of how visitor/user defines their own meaning of comfort in using this furniture. It was seen as a social experiment on how people keep redefining their sense of third space, in open space/garden and keep changing it to keep up with the crowds at different times of the day.

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    當游客進入環形花園,踏上兩棵大樹之間的連廊時,他們對室內外空間的定義變得模糊。進入這些空間后,看到花園里似乎被切開的天窗和其上人們的活動,人們往往會心一笑。同心圓的中間是咖啡吧,暗門背后分成兩個空間,聯系變少,更多的自然光傾瀉而下。這兩個空間的終點都指向花園,帶領游客領會更多熱帶花園的樂趣。

    As visitors enter the Ring Garden, they are surrounded pathway bridge that connects 2 existing trees that blurs the definition of indoor and outdoor space. Upon entering the spaces, they were teased by what appears to be sliced skylight and people activities in the garden above. Concentric space with a coffee bar in the middle, space branches into 2 spaces behind the concealed door that gradually become less intimate and flooded with more natural light penetrating. Both spaces are leading to the main spacious multi-leveled garden area as the ending and indirectly persuading visitors to enjoy more of what a tropical garden could be.  

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    從更高的地方俯瞰,整個環形花園可以看作是城市與景觀之間的過渡空間。眺望遠處,天際線般的城市形象沒入地平線,而進入花園廣場的一瞬,色彩和光線以感性的方式將游客帶入自然景觀中。

    In the upper level, the whole ring garden can be seen as a transitional space between the city and the landscape. Looking at the sculpture from further away, it punctures a skyline-like image of a city onto the horizon, but when entering the square, the color and light, invite the visitors in a sensual way into the natural landscape of the Ring Garden.

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    玻璃砌塊是外殼的首選材料,因為它模糊了建筑物與花園的隱喻定義,保護了內部使用者的隱私,同時提供了充沛的內部自然光。為了保證輕盈感,墻體的結構藏在玻璃砌塊中,彷佛厚重的材料漂浮在花園之上,并慢慢散落各處。

    Glass block is chosen as the main materials for the envelope, as it is blurring the definition of whether or not this is considered a building / a garden metaphorically, buffering privacy of customer inside, while offering plenty of natural light from inside. The structure of the walls is integrated within the glass block to ensure its lightness, giving a sensation of very heavy materials were floating above the garden and slowly scattered along with the experience within.

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    RAD+ar工作室將Covid-19看作是促進更多可持續熱帶商業空間的機遇之窗,并希望借此激勵更多人參與,令資本主義可持續發展在像印度尼西亞這樣具有發展中國家意識的國家也可以積極發揮作用。

    RAD+ar saw the covid-19 pandemic event as a small window of opportunity to promote more sustainable means of outdoor tropical commercial spaces that hopefully can inspire many others to follow. It is a gesture of unwavering optimism on how to make capitalism- sustainability works in developing-country-minded like Indonesia.

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    建筑設計:RAD+ar (Research Artistic Design + architecture)
    類型:咖啡廳/商業建筑
    面積 : 750 m2
    年份 : 2021年
    攝影:KIE, Mario Wibowo
    制造商:Toto, Conwood, Mulia
    主創建筑師:Antonius Richard Rusli
    設計團隊:Felda Zakri, Partogi Pandiangan, Leviandri, Alifi Muhammad Arief
    建筑設計:RAD+ar (Research Artistic Design + architecture)
    城市:雅加達
    國家:印度尼西亞

    COFFEE SHOP, COMMERCIAL ARCHITECTURE, JAKARTA, INDONESIA
    Architects: RAD+ar (Research Artistic Design + architecture)
    Area: 750 m2
    Year: 2021
    Photographs: KIE, Mario Wibowo
    Manufacturers: Toto, Conwood, Mulia
    Lead Architect: Antonius Richard Rusli
    Design Team: Felda Zakri, Partogi Pandiangan, Leviandri, Alifi Muhammad Arief
    Architects: RAD+ar (Research Artistic Design + architecture)
    City: Jakarta
    Country: Indonesia

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