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1 / 9 view towards Meishi Jie 從煤市街看向楊梅竹2號

ymz2 | 楊梅竹2號

Year | 年份: 2013
Location | 地點: Beijing, China | 中國,北京
Status | 狀態: CD completed | 施工圖完成

Type | 類型: renovation | 改造
Program | 功能: residential | 住宅
Size | 規模: 120 sqm | 120 平米
Client | 業主: beijing dashilar investment Limited | 北京大柵欄投資有限公司

Team | 團隊: Chen Chen (陳忱), Federico Ruberto, Nicola Saladino, Aniruddha Mukherjee, Gao Shu (高姝)

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2 / 9 installation space and physical models 裝置空間及實體模型

Yangmeizhu 2 is one of the pilot projects in the Dashilar area and started as a small installation for the 2013 Beijing Design Week in one of the uninhabited rooms of the ground floor, exhibiting our concept for a potential residential redevelopment. Our plot consists of a series of disconnected volumes on multiple levels arranged around two little courtyards, shared by different tenants. The design was initially focused only on the vacant volumes but, given the heavy fragmentation of the properties and the serious structural pathologies of some buildings, soon it became clear that only operating on the whole courtyard, we could intervene effectively. The renovation would then have a much stronger impact that could eventually benefit both the current and the future tenants.


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3 / 9 physical model exhibited at BJDW 北京設計周展出的實體模型

At the moment, while the developer is establishing a negotiation with the local residents, we are working on different spatial configurations that reflect the different possible scenarios of property redistribution. Our design aims to solve the vertical communication between the two main interior levels and the roof terraces as well as improving the critical illumination and ventilation of the ground floor.


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4 / 9 physical model of the circulation system 流線系統模型

The construction of staircases that work as light-wells creates new vertical cores that help organize the whole internal program. A series of mezzanines maximizes the internal floor area while creating interesting visual connections; at the same time, small terraces and overhanging volumes extend the rooms outwards producing a new interface between interior and exterior spaces.


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5 / 9 existing building 現有建筑
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6 / 9 circulation axo and floorplans 流線軸側及平面
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7 / 9 volume axo and sections 體量軸側及剖面
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8 / 9 interior view of the second level 二層室內
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9 / 9 interior view of the top bedroom 頂層臥室室內