*바르샤바 오피스 타워 [ SHL Architects ] Office Tower

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투명한 글래스타워는  폴란드 바르샤바의 스카이라인을 변화시키는
랜드마크의 주역을 될 것이다.
장소가 가지고 있는 역사와 문화 그리고 중심상업지역적 특성과 현시대가 갖고 있는 포텐셜을
가득 품은 타워는 점진적으로 동측볼륨이 증가하는
형태로 디자인 되었다. 이것은 대로변을 기점으로 마주보고 있는 또다른 어반컨텐츠와의
발란스를 맞추기 위한 일련의 반응이 아닐까 싶다.
하지만 더욱 중요한 것은 지붕으로 부터 스트리트 레벨까지 내려오는 일관성 있는
공간 디자인에서 찾아 볼수 있다.
미스로 부터 시작되는 글래스타워의 역사는 그의 주장처럼 당위성을 갖는
플렉시블 스페이스를 구현하는데 있으며 이로 인한 파사드의 분리로
더욱더 간결한 입면디자인과 오너먼트의 삭제를 가능케 했다.
여기에 입면을 디자인하는 모듈러 파사드 시스템은 천장부터 바닥면까지 연속되는
투명한 커튼월 시스템으로 빛을 반사시키기 위한 셔터와
 태양빛을 능동적으로 차단하는 차양시스템을 구축되어 입면을 완성한다.

이와는 별개로 스트리트 레벨의 다양한 활동과 프로그램을 반영한 저층부의 공용공간-로비-은
스펙타클한 형태를 띠며 외부 공간을 유입시킨다.
조각과 같은 오브제로의 변화는 공간을 퍼스펙티브화 한다.
자칫 상층부의 모듈스페이스에서 오는 지루함을 건축적 긴장감을 통하여
변화시킴으로써 건축물의 아이텐티를 부여하는 중요한 요소로 작용한다.

reviewed by SJ


schmidt hammer lassen architects has won the international architectural competition to design a 188 meter office tower in the financial district of central Warsaw, Poland. The 60,000 m2 high-rise building is to replace the existing ‘Ilmet’ building and will stand out as a modern landmark clearly identifiable in the Warsaw skyline by its unique elegant shape and appearance.


“The object of the competition was to design an office tower that will be a new landmark in the Warsaw skyline while at the same time capturing the full potential of the outstanding historic location,” said Founding Partner of schmidt hammer lassen architects, Mr John Lassen.

The building consists of three individually stepped rectangular volumes with increasing heights towards the east. The façades create a subtle rhythm in the cityscape by slightly shifting inwards and outwards, and the inclined rooflines preserve optimal light conditions for the adjacent buildings.

“The design of the building offers a spatial coherence between roof and street level”, said Mr Kim Holst Jensen, Partner of schmidt hammer lassen architects, and he continued: “The lobby at street level, with its spectacular shaped ceiling, corresponds with the sloping shapes of the rooftops, making the building perceive as a sculptural object.”

The open lobby allows the people of Warsaw to pass into and through the building, connecting the plaza and park in front of the building with the courtyards of the historical tenement houses to the south.

The building is designed to reduce energy consumption with the goal of qualifying for the highest levels of sustainability certifications as BREEAM Excellent or LEED Gold status. The modular façade system with floor to ceiling glass elements, provide high levels of transparency as well as full integration of sun shading and light reflection shutters. The sloped rooftops are equipped with photovoltaic cells and elements for harvesting rainwater. The total sustainability approach is a combination of intelligent building management and minimizing technical installations by using passive elements.

The Jury was impressed by the high quality and innovation evident in the urban, architectural and technical concepts of the winning design. The future buildin g will offer a number of attractive public areas and serve to complement the project’s prominent setting, as well as the entire neighbourhood.

schmidt hammer lassen architects has extensive experience of designing office buildings. Earlier this year, The Crystal in Copenhagen, Denmark, an extension to the headquarters of financial institution Nykredit, opened and has already received the European Steel Design Award 2011 and a LEAF Award 2011 for Best Structural Design. Another example is Amazon Court in Prague, the Czech Republic, which incorporates a range of sustainable solutions resulting in a 50 per cent lower energy consumption than a standard office building and an approximately 65 per cent lower maintenance cost.



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