이번 프로젝트의 시작은 유대인 센터과 어반 퍼블릭 스페이스의 통합에서 시작합니다.
크게 3개의 동으로 이루어진 뮌헨시의 유대인센터는 도시축을 따라 자연스럽게 배치되며
그 사이로 내츄럴한 오프닝으로, 광장으로, 보행자들을 위한 보행로 색다른 공간적 체험을 발생시킨다.
특히 유대교회와 커뮤니티 센터 사이에 위치한 유대인 박물관은 이 두건물을 연결하는
작은 큐브로 위치하며 그 유대교회에 사용된 재료의 물성과 반대되는 이중적인 재료 교합으로
저층부에 글래스 파사드로 이루어진 전시장이 계획되었습니다.
- 유대인 교회는 이 센터의 메인 건축물로써 거칠고 하드한 석재로 마감한 기단부와
세밀하게 디자인된 메탈패브릭 그리고 그 안에 투명한 글래스로 이루어진 심볼릭한 형상을
띄고 있습니다. 살로몬 신전을 연상시키는 교회의 상징성은 도시를 밝은 빛으로 인도하는
랜턴으로 은유되기도 합니다.-
이렇게 도시 속 새로운 형태의 커뮤니티 스페이스로 자리 매김 할 유대인 센터가
향후 뮌헨시의 조화로운 앙상블로 자리 잡기를 기대해 봅니다.
reviewed by SJ
Our competition concept was the idea of a natural integration of the Jewish Center into the structure of the city through public space. Its public nature and openness can be experienced in a succession of squares, paths and passage-ways between the buildings and in their neighbourhood./ Community center, the chief synagogue and the Jewish Museum of the City of Munichare a balanced ensemble , in their own autonomy formulated and across their spaces correlated.
Architects: Wandel Hoefer Lorch + Hirsch
Location: Reichenbachstraße 27, Munich, Germany
Structural Planer : Sailer Stepan und Partner GmbH
Area: 11,890 sqm
Photographs: Roland Halbe
The synagogue, as the main building, is oriented towards east and stays
free in the public space, with an closed stone base and a filigree glass
steel construction, rising form its center.
While the base reminds
metaphorically of the temple Salomons ,반면 한편
staying symbolically for the
constancy, 유지하면서 as a portative shell surrounding the prayers room, ~로써
mesh, glass and
the construction network of the lantern
relates to the
filigree, portative “Stiftszelt” and the construction disbands in the
transcendency the light.
The Jewish Museum of the City of Munich as the smallest cube
communicates between Synagogue and community center, takes up the
duality of the synagogue and invert it in materials, an introverted cube
for the exhibition and a glazed ground floor.
In the tension between
fragility and mass, between openness and compactness, the building of
the museum has its own independence and weight beside the cubes of the
community center, and especially beside the base of the synagogue.
The structure is planned as a public meeting and exange place, as a mediator among the tree buildings on the square. The volume of the community center is fragmented in different cubes. The extensive space and utilization program had to be organised, with two undergrounds floors and six upper floors housing the youth – and cultural-centers, event rooms, dining facilities, school, daycare for children and administration offices.
The center is expressed in the differentiated buildings and materials, which establish relationships. The travertine is used in different shapes and forms: undressed natural stone, surrounding the base of the synagogue, polished stone at the museum and cut slabs are reflecting light and shadow on the facades and around the patios at the community center. The materiality with different structure of the surface until the detailplaning show the principle of coherence and autonomy.