LungTsun Bridge Remanents

椤圭洰鎬ц川锛氬煄甯傝璁″強鍘嗗彶閬楄抗淇濇姢
椤圭洰鍦扮偣锛氶娓惎寰锋満鍦烘棫鍧
璁捐鏃堕棿锛2013
寤虹瓚闈㈢Н锛9000骞崇背
涓昏璁″笀锛氶珮宀
璁捐鍥㈤槦锛氬父寮,榛勬枃棰,寰愭旦缈,Virginia Goh

Project Property锛欻istorical Preservation and Urban Design
Project Location锛欻ong Kong Qi De Airport Site
Design Period锛2013
Floor Area锛9000 sqm
Lead Designer锛欸ao Yan
Design Team锛欳hang Qiang, Fiona Huang, Timo Tsui, Virgina Goh

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闈㈤綂骞;
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The concept of the design proposal was initiated by the connotation of the name of the Lung Tsun Stone Bridge (an excerpt from 鈥済athering the dragon, connecting the piers鈥) , reflecting the rich cultural heritage of the old stone bridge, the most significant connection to the old Kowloon Walled City from the end of Qing Dynasty, through R. China until P.R.China. Our concept aims at the semiological significance of the culture background of the remnants through engineering the embedded historical meaning in the philosophical denotation. The title is a poetichighlight of the nature of our design response.

The proposed theme of the preservation corridor is Humanistic Garden & Urban Nature, outlining the general direction for the future development;
The Lung Tsun Stone Bridge remnants are the core of the design exercise supported by the new built artefacts including architectural form and landscape elements;
The new elements built into the preservation corridor must have its own characteristics distinguished from the remnants with adequate respect to the preservation setup;
Tangible design strategies integrate with formal simplicity and sophisticated spatial articulation;
With holistic design approach pursues smooth connection with the adjacent urban space while engaging with the general public.

The urban design challenge is the site conditions, i.e. nearly 300m long and 30m wide, with the stone bridge remnants running right through the middle long axis. How to both connect with and separate from the surrounding shops, offices and neighbourhood? To connect suggests barrier-free traveling across either side of the preservation corridor on the ground level; To separate implies the enclosure of the designated in- terior/exterior exhibition space for displaying the preservation content including the remnants themselves, as well as the tranquil urban realm cut off from the urban noise with the remnants as the background. In response of this challenge, we designed three correlated levels:

At the top, the urban ground level for the free-flow pedestrians overlooking the remnants;
In the middle, the preservation display level aligned with the top surface of the remnants for horizontal observation of the remnants;
At the bottom, urban garden level at 0.5m lower than the top of the pile caps of the remnants connected to other levels.
This scheme proposes a double-story inhabitable turning bridge which continues over through the gaps between the bridge remnants, as response to the urban activities and the need for the displaying the preservation content.