MVRDV מעצבים מחדש את אולפני הסרטים בברלין || פרויקטים
Project name: Atelier Gardens
Founding Partner in Charge: Jacob van Rijs
Partner: Fokke Moerel
Director: Enno Zuidema
Masterplan Design Team :Enno ZuidemaEmilie KochKlaas HofmanAlexandra FarmazonStijn LantersMathias PudelkoAlexandru MiteaKris Schaasberg
Visualisation: Antonio Luca CocoPavlos VentourisAngelo La DelfaLuca PiattelliFrancesco VitaleJaroslaw JedaLuana La MartinaLorenzo D'AlessandroGianlorenzo PetriniStefania Trozzi
Location: Berlin, Germany
Surface : 23800 m²
Status: In progress
Programs :Mixed use, Offices, Theatre, Cultural, Auditorium, Master plan
Themes :Sustainability, Transformations, Interiors
Images: © MVRDV
Partners: Landscape Design: Harris Bugg Studio Co-architect: HS-Architekten
MVRDV משרד האדריכלות בהולנד מדמיין ומעצב מחדש את אולפני הסרטים של ברלין, עם שימור והתאמה של המורשת. MVRDV קיבלה אישור תכנון לשני הבניינים הראשונים בגני אטלייר, הצעה לשנות באופן בר קיימא את הקמפוס של Berliner Union Film Ateliers [BUFA] הממוקם בדרום בקצה נמל התעופה טמפלהוף בברלין, BUFA היה חלק מרכזי בתעשיית קולנוע והטלוויזיה של ברלין, מאז הבניינים הראשונים שלה שנבנו לפני יותר ממאה שנה. כעת, BUFA מרחיבה את זה לבסיס משתמשים מעבר ליוצרי סרטים כדי להכיל את כל ''יוצרי השינויים'', כולל ארגונים ויחידים עם התמקדות באקטיביזם וצדק חברתי - מתבטא על ידי שינוי זהות במרחבים הפיזיים.
Atelier Gardens,Aerial pavillion. Photo Credit: © MVRDV
The five filming studios and assortment of ancillary facilities form a dense campus: large, charismatic brick buildings define narrow alleys and open plazas. MVRDV’s design preserves and enhances this spatial diversity: a series of sustainable transformations, which take advantage of the existing structures rather than demolishing and rebuilding, refresh the buildings while maximising the potential of the
The campus will be transformed with an ecologically focused landscape: large areas of paving are removed, eliminating vehicles and adding water permeability and biodiversity with rooftop gardens and green plazas. Other sustainability measures are also incorporated, such as eco-toilets, rainwater collection and water recycling, and improved natural ventilation. Another proposal currently under consideration would see steel salvaged from the demolition of two outdated warehouses reused directly on site to create a new entrance pavilion.
Atelier Gardens, Entrance. Photo Credit: © MVRDV
Atelier Gardens, Boulevard. Photo Credit: © MVRDV
Atelier Gardens, Entrance Dusk. Photo Credit: © MVRDV
Atelier Gardens, Entrance Sun. Photo Credit: © MVRDV
The masterplan for the 23,800m2 campus takes an incremental approach to refresh the film studios, considering each building transformation as a response to the previous ones. The first of these developments, which have recently received construction approval, are the transformation of the building next to the main entrance known as House 1, and the renovation of Studio 1. At almost 100 years old, Studio 1 is somewhat outdated for modern film production, being used most in recent years for television productions and commercials. It is also a listed building, which necessitated a design that creates a flexible space for a variety of uses without permanently altering the existing features of the building in any significant way. The design needed to lengthen the lifespan of the building to ensure a sustainable future for the campus while also respecting its history.
MVRDV’s design achieves this through a “low tech transformation” with one stand-out feature: an intricate overhead curtain rail that – unlike in most film studios where curtain rails are hidden – becomes a focal point of the space. The rail supports a variety of curtains in a range of bright colours, from raspberry to honey yellow, that can be used to divide the space, each with different functions [such as acoustic curtains and translucent curtains]. In this way, the new additions contrast the original building: flexible instead of fixed, and colourful instead of black. Brick walls are kept visible, while above the curtain rail, a skylight is added in the roof of the building to make the space more suitable for different uses. Other features of the building are updated, with new interior surfaces and a new more efficient ventilation system.
Atelier Gardens,Street view. Photo Credit: © MVRDV
Atelier Gardens,Art. Photo Credit: © MVRDV
Atelier Gardens,Yoga. Photo Credit: © MVRDV
Atelier Gardens,Cinema. Photo Credit: © MVRDV
The transformation of House 1, which was originally built in 1997, is more radical. The building has a poor indoor climate, with overheating in summer and poorly insulated walls. It is made more efficient by a green “wrap”, created with a wooden frame and climbing plants, delivering maximum impact with minimal material. This frame extends above the roofline to form a sheltered garden and rooftop pavilion, accessible from both the building itself and a zig-zagging staircase that leads directly to the rooftop. Inside, the building will host flexible workspaces, a café-bar, and meeting spaces, with a similar goal of achieving maximum performance improvement with minimal new material. “With its new focus on social causes, Atelier Gardens helps to define a different vision of society, and invite more people to join in that vision”, says MVRDV founding partner Jacob van Rijs. “By transforming this important piece of Berlin’s film history, we extend its lifespan to connect an exciting past with an optimistic future.
As the next step in the story of the BUFA campus, Atelier Gardens will pioneer the future of farming, food, finance, film, leadership, education, and other sectors that benefit from direct democratic participation. As such, the transformation of the campus into Atelier Gardens is considered as a collection of pilot projects – an ongoing process in which the participation and feedback of the users would help to clarify the direction of the campus as a whole.
Atelier Gardens,Roof croped. Photo Credit: © MVRDV