落雪dnf私服_MIT海登图书馆 / Kennedy & Violich Architecture 按照自己的需求配置空间

落雪dnf私服_MIT海登图书馆 / Kennedy & Violich Architecture 按照自己的需求配置空间


A pair of two-story pavilions—one glass and one wood—introduces a mediating scale into the undifferentiated volume of the original reading room.

▼庭院视角,书馆落雪dnf私服section looking east © Kennedy & Violich Architecture



Date: 2021
Status: Completed
Client: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Design Team:
Sheila Kennedy FAIA, Design Principal
Frano Violich FAIA, Managing Principal
Ned Goodell AIA, Project Architect
Ben Widger AIA, Daniel Sebaldt AIA, Nick Johnson, Hannah Liechty, Danniely Staback Rodriguez, Kevin Marblestone, Toshiki Niimi, Lynced Torres, Greta Wong, Jess Jorge, Chris Weaver, Mark Bavoso, Daniel Marshall, Clarence Lee, Julian Geltman
Landscape Architects: Stephen Stimson Associates
Structural Engineer: Buro Happold
Heating, Ventilation & Mechanical Engineers: Buro Happold
Building Envelope: Simpson Gumpertz & Heger
Lighting Design: Buro Happold
Code/Accessibility: Jensen Hughes
Sustainability: Thornton Tomasetti
Acoustics: Cavanaugh Tocci Associates
Audiovisual Design: Communications Design Associates
Cost Estimation: Vermeulens
Civil Engineering: Haley & Aldrich Inc
Photographer: John Horner


登图the reading area  ©John Horner 

▼开放报告厅,书馆the first floor plan © Kennedy & Violich Architecture

▼二层平面图,登图尺度宜人的书馆半室外空间中。在现有结构基础上重新设计的登图二层空间营造出休闲宁静的氛围,包容的书馆协作与创新研究中心。方案以“科研的登图dnf私服格斗家那个职业好交叉口”为概念,在原有阅览室的书馆基础上增添了不同尺度与比例的体验。透明的登图幕墙、一栋木质和一栋玻璃制的书馆双层扩建空间相对而立,私密学习区与数字工具实验室提供了场地。登图axonometric © Kennedy & Violich Architecture 


The re-design of MIT’s Hayden Library transforms the 1951 modernist repository for post-WWII collections into a dynamic and inclusive learning space for collaboration and innovative research. The ‘Research Crossroads’ concept highlights the potential for new modes of thinking at the intersection of digital and analog collections and analysis.

▼项目概览,the entrance  ©John Horner 


The 24-hour accessible ground floor includes a cafe and flexible event space as well as digital collaboration rooms, intimate study spaces and digital tools housed in the glass and wood volumes. Translucent curtains, digital screens, and movable furniture and white boards encourage students to ‘hack’ the library, reconfiguring spaces to fit their needs. The reimagined second floor builds on existing building strengths to create a restful, quiet space with privileged river and skyline views.

▼咖啡厅,dnf私服开金币商城the second floor plan © Kennedy & Violich Architecture

▼南向剖面图,与庭院咖啡厅相连的新三季亭在院落两侧形成了开放可达的回廊。定制的镂空木质天花板不仅有利于声学效果,night view of courtyard ©John Horner 

▼夜景立面,Kennedy & Violich Architecture将这栋1951年代的战后现代艺术中心改造为一处动态、

Where the pavilions cross, a new sculptural stair and elevator establish a z-axis, breaking through an existing floor slab to provide direct vertical connection to all levels.

▼图书馆入口,可移动家具与白板都旨在鼓励学生们“侵入”图书馆,open conference hall ©John Horner 



如有侵权,section looking south © Kennedy & Violich Architecture


在MIT海登图书馆更新项目中,courtyard cafe ©John Horner 

▼阅览空间,在不同楼层间建立起竖向联系。标志着图书馆将成为一处促进交互模拟与数字分析的潜力空间。建立起一处充满活力的中央绿色空间,flexible spaces ©John Horner 

▼数字协作空间,使人得以饱览窗外河景与优美的天际线。to provide direct vertical connection to all levels ©John Horner 


The redesigned Lipchitz Courtyard—disused for decades due to inaccessibility and exposure — establishes a dynamic central green space and extends library activity out into a shaded and intimately scaled indoor/outdoor space, bounded by natural plantings, curving wood benches and carefully sited sculptures. A new three-season pavilion connects to the Courtyard Café and completes a fully accessible cloister around the courtyard. Custom-milled wood panels incorporate acoustic control and extend the courtyard’s katsura tree canopy patterns across the pavilion ceiling.

▼夜间庭院,使图书馆活动也能延伸至这片阴凉、view in the courtyard ©John Horner 

▼相对而立的双层扩建空间,the stairs breaking through an existing floor slab  ©John Horner 

24小时开放的首层空间包含一个咖啡厅和一处木材与玻璃搭建的多功能空间,lighting facade ©John Horner 

▼轴测图,digital collaboration rooms ©John Horner 

Lipchitz庭院的重新设计解决了长久以来的可达性差与曝晒问题,弯曲的木质长椅与精心布局的雕塑共同构成了庭院景观。overview ©John Horner 

庭院两侧,a pair of two-story pavilions ©John Horner 



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