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滨江博物馆被一些媒体誉为城市中的灯塔,是格拉斯哥河畔的最新景点,有全世界最有名的建筑师之一扎哈哈迪德设计。主要展览城市的交通运输,工程和造船传统。展品超过3000件,还有150个互动展览。其结构提供了一个惊人的背景形象。已经在6月21日于英国开放。城市也将实现从后工业荒地到文化和体育之城的转变,2014年这里将举办英联邦运动会。

博物馆面积7800㎡以上,屋顶耗钢量达到2500吨以上,是英国工程史上的一个壮举,同时最多有3000名工人在现场进行施工。许多人认为这个项目已经远远超出他们的期望,不仅联系过去,更是展望未来,是留给子孙后代的财富,

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滨江博物馆从环境中源起。克莱德和格拉斯哥城市城市发展相当特别,博物馆刚好坐落在开尔文和克莱德的交界处。博物馆的设计表现出从城市向河流的一种动态,连接城市和河流的交接通道。同时博物馆的设计鼓励展品与环境联系更为广泛。

建筑一面向着城市,一面向着河流,如隧道般的形体创造了一个宛如城市到河流的路径。其定位和功能的开放性和流线性,与格拉斯哥的过去与未来紧密相连。游客在参观时也能建立起对外部环境的感知。

设计就像是一个面的连续移动,终止于另外一个面,这个截面可以看成是城市中景观—水浪的形态。外层的波(褶皱)是封闭的以支持内部服务和展品需求。这使得中央主要空间呈无柱开放空间,提供最大的灵活性,展示世界性的展览。

扎哈哈迪德说:“这个构架让我们探讨未来可能性的同时紧紧把握住城市当下。”

滨江博物馆是一个奇妙的,真正独特的项目。建筑与展览结合,光辉的突出克莱德城的历史,并鼓舞所有的参观者。设计延续格拉斯哥丰富的工程传统,把形体的复杂性,结构的独创性真材实料的结合在了一起,并成为城市里的创新中心。

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非常感谢设计方Zaha Hadid Architects将项目介绍和项目图片授权gooood发行。

Appreciation towards Zaha Hadid Architects for providing the following description:

Photo© Hawkeye Aerial Photography, Hufton + Crow,Zaha Hadid Architects

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RIVERSIDE MUSEUM [GLASGOW, SCOTLAND]

2004 – 2011

PROGRAM: Exhibition space, cafe, retail, education

CLIENT: Glasgow City Council

ARCHITECT: Design Zaha Hadid Architects

Project Director Jim Heverin

Project Architect Johannes Hoffmann

Project Team Achim Gergen, Agnes Koltay, Alasdair Graham,

Andreas Helgesson, Andy Summers, Aris Giorgiadis,

Brandon Buck, Christina Beaumont, Chun Chiu,

Claudia Wulf, Daniel Baerlaecken, Des Fagan,

Electra Mikelides, Elke Presser, Gemma Douglas,

Hinki Kwon, Jieun Lee, Johannes Hoffmann,

Laymon Thaung, Liat Muller, Lole Mate, Malca Mizrahi,

Markus Planteu, Matthias Frei, Michael Mader,

Mikel Bennett, Ming Cheong, Naomi Fritz,

Rebecca Haines-Gadd, Thomas Hale, Tyen Masten

Competition Team Malca Mizrahi, Michele Pasca di Magliano,

Viviana R. Muscettola, Mariana Ibanez, Larissa

Henke

CONSULTANTS: Services Buro Happold [Glasgow, UK]

Acoustics Buro Happold [Bath, UK]

Fire Safety FEDRA, Glasgow

Cost Consultants Capita Symonds

Project Management Capita Symonds

SIZE/AREA : Gross floor area 11,300 m2 (excluding basement)

Exhibition Area 6600 m2 (including public areas and café)

Site Area 22,400 m2

Footprint Area 7,800 m2

MATERIALS: Steel Frame

Corrugated Metal Decking

Zinc Cladding

Glass-reinforced gypsum interior surfaces

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Timeline:

Summer 2004 Invited competition to design new Transport Museum at the Clyde/ Kelvin promontory

Autumn 2004 Zaha Hadid Architects win contract

May 2006 Tender to establish main contractor

September 2007 Award of contract to BAM

November 2007 Start of advanced contract works

February 2007 Start of main contract works

December 2010 Practical completion

21 June 2011 Public opening

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The Riverside Museum is derived from its context. The historic development of the Clyde and the

city of Glasgow is a unique legacy. Located where the Kelvin joins the Clyde, the museum’s

design flows from the city to the river; symbolizing a dynamic relationship where the museum is

the voice of both, connecting the city to the river and also the transition from one to the other.

The museum is situated in very context of its origins, with its design actively encouraging

connectivity between the exhibits and the wider environment.

The building, open at opposite ends, has a tunnel-like configuration between the city and the

Clyde. However, within this connection between the city and river, the building diverts to create a

journey away from its external context into the world of the exhibits. Here, the internal path within

the museum becomes a mediator between city and river, which can either be hermetic or porous

depending on the exhibition layout. Thus, the museum positions itself symbolically and

functionally as open and fluid, engaging its context and content to ensure it is profoundly

interlinked with not only Glasgow’s history, but also its future. Visitors build up a gradual sense of

the external context as they move through the museum from exhibit to exhibit.

The design is a sectional extrusion, open at opposing ends along a diverted linear path. This

cross-sectional outline could be seen as a cityscape and is a responsive gesture to encapsulate

a waves on water. The outer waves or ‘pleats’ are enclosed to accommodate support services

and the ‘black box’ exhibits. This leaves the main central space column-free and open, offering

greatest flexibility to exhibit the museum’s world-class collection.

Zaha Hadid says: “Through architecture, we can investigate future possibilities yet also explore

the cultural foundations that have defined the city.

The Riverside Museum is a fantastic and truly unique project where the exhibits and building

come together at this prominent and historic location on the Clyde to enthuse and inspire all

visitors. The design, combining geometric complexity with structural ingenuity and material

authenticity, continues Glasgow’s rich engineering traditions and will be a part of the city’s future

as a centre of innovation.”

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GLASGOW’S RIVERSIDE MUSEUM OPENS ITS DOORS TO THE WORLD

It stands as a shining beacon of architectural and engineering innovation on the banks of the

River Clyde. The Riverside Museum is Glasgow’s newest visitor attraction, home to the transport,

engineering and shipbuilding legacy that made Glasgow great.

The Riverside Museum is an architectural masterpiece, designed by Zaha Hadid, arguably the

world’s most in-demand architect. The £74 million museum is Hadid’s first major public

commission to open in the UK. It houses more than 3,000 exhibits, in over 150 interactive displays

telling the stories of the people who made the term ‘Clyde Built’ one which travelled the world and

spoke volumes about unbeatable quality. From massive steam locomotives, to the recreation of a

city street during the 1900s, the cathedral-like structure provides a stunning backdrop to

showcase the innovation and ambition of what was the ‘Second City of the Empire’.

The Riverside Museum opens to the public on 21 June. It has been funded by Glasgow City

Council, the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Riverside Museum Appeal. Like all of Glasgow’s 10

civic museums, entry is free.

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Outside, The Tall Ship Glenlee is moored in front of the museum’s dramatic south façade,

bringing her together, for the very first time, with the city’s unrivalled ship model collection, and

creating a dramatic and iconic international destination. The Glenlee is one of only five Clyde-

built sailing vessels afloat in the world today and the only one in the UK.

Councillor Gordon Matheson, the Leader of Glasgow City Council, said: “Glasgow’s history as an

industrial giant, a global leader in engineering and shipbuilding, is celebrated in an architectural

masterpiece which shows that we remain at the cutting edge of design and technology.

“On the same spot where ships and paddle steamers were built, the launch of the Riverside

Museum is an occasion which both Glasgow and Scotland can be proud of. While we celebrate

our past, we are determined to look to the future. Indeed, now there are more people working in

Glasgow in culture and tourism than ever worked in the shipyards even at their height.

“Glasgow is a city transformed, from post industrial wasteland, to a global destination for culture

and sport. The eyes of the world will be on us in 2014 as we host the Commonwealth Games, but

as the Riverside Museum demonstrates, we have more than just our sporting legacy to shout

about.”

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More than 1,200 people have worked on the project, since it was given the initial go-ahead in

2002 and work on-site at the historic Pointhouse Quay, began in 2007. The main contractors,

BAM, described the building of the massive, 2,500 tonnes steel roof, without any internal

supporting columns, as the most challenging engineering feat in the UK today. An additional

3,000 people worked on the various construction contracts to build the museum and quayside

public realm.

Colin McLean, Head of the Heritage Lottery Fund in Scotland, said:

“The Heritage Lottery Fund grant to Riverside is the biggest grant we have ever given to a

project in Scotland. We recognised the ambition to revitalise an outstanding transport and

engineering collection in a way which would breathe new life into both the exhibits and this stretch

of the river.

“The results have surpassed all that we hoped for and I have no doubt that this Heritage Lottery

investment will entertain, educate and inspire generations to come.”

The museum reveals the rich and varied stories of Glasgow’s great achievements and vibrant

spirit; of technological breakthroughs and heartbreaking tragedies; of local heroes and global

giants. Many of these tales are told through audiovisual displays, hands-on interactive and digital

touch screens. The displays will be accessible and many are designed to engage children and

young people and to give a better experience for disabled visitors.

The museum’s major attractions have been designed and built into the structure of the building –

with some arriving before the completion of the structure, such is their size. Highlights include, the

Wall of Cars, the hanging Bicycle Velodrome, South African Locomotive, No9 Tank Engine,

Motorbike Deck, Ship Launch Show, the Rest and Be Thankful, and three re-created period

streets.

As well as the old, there are more recent star attractions, including Graeme Obree’s hand-made

bikes which made him a world-champion and the late Colin McRae’s Subaru Impreza that he

drove to win the World Rally Car Championship. Danny MacAskill became a YouTube sensation

after the release of his terrifying video Way Back Home. At the museum, visitors can see the bike

made famous through gravity defying stunts and social media.

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The Riverside Museum Appeal (RMA) is a charitable trust established to raise £5 million in

sponsorship and donations from companies, trusts and individuals for the development of the

new Riverside Museum. To date, it has raised around £4.5 million, during one of the worst

economic downturns in recent memory.

Lord Smith of Kelvin, Chair of the Appeal, said: “I want to thank the trustees, our patrons,

companies, trusts and the many thousands of individuals who have all contributed to this

outstanding celebration of Glasgow’s great industrial and engineering history.

“Every penny raised by the Appeal has been spent on creating what I believe will fast become

one of the UK’s leading visitor attractions, but more importantly, a place where children can be

inspired by the skills and talents which made Glasgow a global great.”

Lord Smith, added: “You can still donate to the Appeal and every person who donates will have

their contribution marked forever within the museum.”

The Tall Ship Glenlee has undergone a £1.5 million refit prior to the move to Riverside, which

included the creation of new visitor displays. Dr Christopher Mason, Chairman of the Clyde

Maritime Trust, said: “The Tall Ship will open at Pointhouse Quay on 21 June and will be exhibited

permanently alongside the new Riverside Museum. The ship will be a perfect complement both to

Zaha Hadid’s building and the collections displayed inside it.”

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The Riverside Museum is Zaha Hadid’s first major public commission to open in the UK. The

British-Iraqi architect was appointed by the city in 2004 to design what has already become an

instantly recognisable addition to Glasgow’s skyline. Since then, she has won the RIBA Stirling

Prize and is the only female recipient of the Pritzker Architectural Prize, architecture’s “Nobel

Prize”.

She said: “The history of Glasgow is profoundly interlinked with the history of the Clyde, and

together they have informed the museum’s design. I wanted the building to reflect the importance

of its location and allow for the innovative and inspirational display of its outstanding collection.

The fluid design continues Glasgow’s rich engineering traditions; a true demonstration and

celebration of the skills and passion of local engineers and contractors who helped to bring this

building to life.

“The Riverside Museum rises from Glasgow’s great industrial past to become an integral element

of the modern city which is embracing its future.”

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