2009 MoMA PS1 YAP 獲勝者: MOS 建築師事務所的 afterparty

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2009 MoMA PS1 YAP 獲勝者: MOS 建築師事務所的 afterparty

文章準建新聞 發表於 2009-01-16, 05:43

2000年創設,由紐約 MoMa P.S.1 當代藝術中心 每年舉辦的 Young Architects Program(青年建築師競圖, 簡稱 YAP)已經公佈了 2009年的獲勝者 MOS 建築師事務所,其主題為 afterparty。

2009年的獲勝者 MOS 建築師事務所是在進入決選的五支團隊中脫穎而出,他們會獲得七萬元美金的經費,在 紐約 PS1 當代藝術中心的中庭搭建其構思的設計,MOS 的 afterparty 將在2009年6月28日與世人見面。進入決選的其他團隊包括 !ndie architecture (Denver, Colorado)、Bade Stageberg Cox (Brooklyn, New York)、L.E.FT architects (New York, New York) 以及PARA-project (Brooklyn, New York)。

MOS 建築師事務所近幾年來開始嶄露頭角,也曾獲得美國建築實錄雜誌 Architectural Record 的青睞,進入 2008年 Design Vanguard 名單,主持建築師為 Michael Meredith 和 Hilary Sample。

這個 YAP 競圖跟每年夏天英國倫敦 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 會搭建的那個臨時建物有點像,也是只會於夏天存活一段時間,也會搞個派對,只是英國人找的都是大師,而美國人找的是年輕建築師,而且用競圖方式進行。

>>相關討論
::[2008年] PS1 之 2008 YAP 由 WORKac 以種田取勝::
::[2007年] Ball-Nogues Studio 於 MoMA - 2007 YOUNG ARCHITECTS PROGRAM 競賽獲勝::
::[2006年] Obra Architects 贏得2006年 MoMA P.S.1 YAP 競圖::
::[2005年]Xefirotarch 以 Sur Project 贏得2005年 MoMA P.S.1 YAP 競圖::
::[2004年]MoMA PS1 Young Architecs Program 2004年獲勝者- nArchitects::

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2009 MoMA PS1 YAP 獲勝者: MOS 建築師事務所的 afterparty

文章準建新聞 發表於 2009-01-16, 05:43

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The Museum of Modern Art and P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center announce the winner of the 2009 MoMA/P.S.1 Young Architects Program: the architectural firm MOS. This year marks the tenth anniversary of the program, which affords emerging architectural talents the opportunity to design and present innovative projects. Five finalists selected by an invited nomination process were asked to present an urban landscape for the large courtyard entrance of P.S.1, with the allotted project budget of $70,000. The architects were required to incorporate elements of shade, water, seating, and bar areas into a proposed project. MOS's winning landscape, afterparty, will be on view in P.S.1's outdoor courtyard starting June 28, and will serve as an immersive environment for the 2009 Warm Up summer music series.

Envisioned as an "urban shelter," afterparty will serve as a cooling escape at the heart of P.S.1's Warm Up music series. Before visitors enter the courtyard, a series of tall hut-like "chimneys" with dark thatched skin will be visible from the street. The interior of the conical shelter will provide shade, similar to a Bedouin tent in which the dark textile creates its own microclimate shielding from the summer heat. Cool air from the thermal mass of the courtyard's shaded concrete walls and concrete water troughs located in the center of the structure will be drawn up through a series of cooling chimneys by induction. This will create a breeze and a "cool down" atmosphere for the active Warm Up crowd.

In addition to MOS (New Haven, Connecticut and Cambridge, Massachusetts), the other finalists are !ndie architecture (Denver, Colorado), Bade Stageberg Cox (Brooklyn, New York), L.E.FT architects (New York, New York), and PARA-project (Brooklyn, New York). An exhibition of the five finalists' proposed projects will be on view at MoMA over the summer. It will be organized by Andres Lepik, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.

Barry Bergdoll, the Philip Johnson Chief Curator of the Department of Architecture and Design at MoMA, explains, "The project proposes to deal with issues of sustainability and a return to basics, working towards climate altering through passive means, even in the context of an exhibition/party space in the P.S.1 courtyard. It consists of a lightweight aluminum frame of recyclable parts clad in a weave, allowing some light and air to circulate but at the same time shading visitors from the sunlight. Its combination of forms includes tall, chimney-like shapes, heroic cones, and others that are evocative at once of the vernacular village structures world-wide and of the open ruined vaults of the Roman Forum."

Antoine Guerrero, P.S.1 Director of Operations and Exhibitions, adds, "From the ground up, another exciting, ephemeral transformation of our outdoor galleries will leave a lasting impression on over 50,000 summer visitors who will have the chance to cool off."

MOS architects Hilary Sample and Michael Meredith say, "Today, we are rethinking and resituating architecture-not only its conceptual and formal economies but also its inherent ability to engage and produce visceral intimate environments. This project, afterparty, is a temporary urban shelter and passive cooling station for P.S.1 and its Warm Up events, creating an escape from the summer heat and constructing a network of large, medium, and small cellular spaces that allow for intimacy and social formations to thrive."


SELECTION PROCESS

For the Young Architects Program 2009 selection process, MoMA and P.S.1 invited outside experts in the field of architecture, including architects, curators, academics, and magazine editors, to nominate the finalists from a pool of approximately 40 candidates that included both recent graduates and established architects experimenting with new styles or techniques. After reviewing the candidates, five finalists were selected to present proposals to a panel composed of Glenn D. Lowry, Director; Kathy Halbreich, Associate Director; Peter Reed, Senior Deputy Director of Curatorial Affairs; Barry Bergdoll, Philip Johnson Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design; Klaus Biesenbach, Chief Curator, Department of Media; and Andres Lepik, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; and Antoine Guerrero, Director of Operations and Exhibitions, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center.

HISTORY

This year marks the twelfth summer that P.S.1 has hosted a combined architectural installation and music series in its outdoor galleries, though it is only the tenth year of the Young Architects Program, which began in 2000. The inaugural project was an architecturally based installation in 1998 by an Austrian artist collective, Gelatin. In 1999, Philip Johnson's DJ Pavilion celebrated the historic affiliation of P.S.1 and MoMA. The previous winners of the Young Architects Program are SHoP/Sharples Holden Pasquarelli (2000), ROY (2001), William E. Massie (2002), Tom Wiscombe / EMERGENT (2003), nARCHITECTS (2004), Xefirotarch (2005), OBRA (2006), Ball-Nogues (2007), and WORKac (2008).

ABOUT MOS

MOS is an interdisciplinary practice engaging in architecture and design through an inclusive methodology of research, expansive collaboration, and extensive experimentation. The work develops through research ranging from typology, digital production, structure, material, program and use, to larger networks of social, cultural, and environmental consideration. The scope of MOS's research constantly shifts and expands as each individual project has the potential to engage a unique set of parameters, specific to its condition. This process of "radical inclusion" allows MOS to participate in design at different scales-from product design, to private residences, to cultural institutions to large-scale urban infrastructure.

Lead by Michael Meredith and Hilary Sample, MOS is based in New Haven, Connecticut and Cambridge, Massachusetts. MOS has received the P/A award, New York Urban League Emerging Voices series, Surface magazine's Avant-Guardian, and Architectural Record's Design Vanguard award. Current projects include a villa for Ordos 100, Inner Mongolia, China; The Ballroom Drive-In theater, Marfa, Texas; an inflatable factory in Newfoundland, Canada; and a Teen Center, Lowell, Massachusetts. Michael Meredith is an Associate Professor at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design and Hilary Sample is an Assistant Professor at the Yale University School of Architecture.
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