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For me, the field of ecology has provided important insight, because ecologists don't just look at individual species on their own, they look at the relationships between living things and their environment. They look at how all the diverse parts of the ecosystem are interconnected, and it's actually this balance, this web of life, that sustains life. My team and I have been applying insights from ecology to architecture to see how physical space can help build stronger relationships. The projects I'm going to show you today use the idea of building relationships as the key driver for design.

These considerations need to be conducted with a real ecological approach. A sustainable intervention should always come first when creating an artificial ecosystem. In this way, the beneficial forces made by the new intervention can also affect the surrounding neighborhood positively. A responsible intervention in all aspects should take into consideration an improvement of one area and not solely the comfort and wellness inside one building.

In meeting houses, there's always a central space where you can sit around a circle and see each other. So we designed a space just like that right in the middle of the Arcus Center, and we anchored it with a fireplace and a kitchen. It's pretty hard to get a kitchen and a fireplace in a building like this with the building codes, but it was so important to the concept, we got it done. And now the central space works for big social gatherings and a place to meet one-on-one for the very first time. It's almost like this three-way intersection that encourages bumping into people and starting a conversation. Now you can always pass the kitchen and see something going on. You can sit by the fireplace and share stories. You can study together in big groups or in small ones, because the architecture sets up these opportunities.

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Instead of the police station as a scary fortress, you get highly active spaces on the public side of the station -- places that spark conversation, like a barbershop, a coffee shop or sports courts as well. Both cops and kids said they love sports. These insights came directly from the community members and the police officers themselves, and as designers, our role was just to connect the dots and suggest the first step. So with the help of the city and the parks, we were able to raise funds and design and build a half-court, right on the police station parking lot.

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You know, every city has parks, libraries, schools and other public buildings that have the potential to be reimagined as social connectors. But reimagining the buildings for the future is going to require engaging the people who live there. Engaging the public can be intimidating, and I've felt that, too. But maybe that's because in architecture school, we don't really learn how to engage the public in the act of design. We're taught to defend our design against criticism. But I think that can change, too.

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You know, in my field, there's a debate about whether architecture can even do anything to improve social relationships. But I believe that we need architecture and every tool in our tool kit to improve these relationships. In the US, policy reforms have been recommended in order to rebuild trust. But my team and I wondered if design and a more inclusive design process could help add something positive to this policy conversation. We asked ourselves simply: Can design help rebuild trust?

-建筑物规模可为6000€€ 左右,但不囿于于此。只要合理,任何条件都是实用的。

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“竞技背景”

Thank you very much.

-建筑的左近景况能够挑选不一致的尺码,但需保障建筑与附近境况的同舟共济。参加比赛者应选定七个区域并与建筑物产生三个完好无缺的生态系统。

And it's good for the planet, too: the trees absorbed carbon when they were growing up, and they gave off oxygen, and now that carbon is trapped inside the walls and it's not being released into the atmosphere. So making the walls is equivalent to taking cars right off the road. We chose the building method because it connects people to each other and to the environment.

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I'm a relationship builder. When you think of a relationship builder, don't you just automatically think "architect?" Probably not. That's because most people think architects design buildings and cities, but what we really design are relationships, because cities are about people. They're places where people come together for all kinds of exchange. And besides, skylines are highly specific urban habitats with their own insects, plants and animals, and even their own weather.

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See? Architects really are relationship builders.

-Integration of the building with the landscape/context.

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So we reached out to community members and police officers in North Lawndale; it's a neighborhood in Chicago where the police station is perceived as a scary fortress surrounded by a parking lot. In North Lawndale, people are afraid of police and of going anywhere near the police station, even to report a crime. So we organized this brainstorming session with both groups participating, and we came up with this whole new idea for the police station. It's called "Polis Station." "Polis" is a Greek word that means a place with a sense of community. It's based on the idea that if you can increase opportunities for positive social interactions between police and community members, you can rebuild that relationship and activate the neighborhood at the same time.

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This is Aqua. It's a residential high-rise in Chicago aimed at young urban professionals and empty nesters, many of them new to the city. With over 700 apartments, we wanted to see if we could use architecture to help people get to know their neighbors, even when their homes are organized in the vertical dimension. So we invented a way to use balconies as the new social connectors. The shapes of the floor slabs vary slightly and they transition as you go up the tower. The result of this is that you can actually see people from your balcony. The balconies are misregistered. You can lean over your balcony and say, "Hey!" just like you would across the backyard. To make the balconies more comfortable for a longer period of time during the year, we studied the wind with digital simulations, so the effect of the balcony shapes breaks up the wind and confuses the wind and makes the balconies more comfortable and less windy.

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So if we can focus the design mind on creating positive, reinforcing relationships in architecture and through architecture, I believe we can do much more than create individual buildings. We can reduce the stress and the polarization in our urban habitats. We can create relationships. We can help steady this planet we all share.

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So I've shown how architecture can connect people on this kind of horizontal campus scale. But we wondered if social relationships could be scaled up -- or rather, upward -- in tall buildings. Tall buildings don't necessarily lend themselves to being social buildings. They can seem isolating and inward. You might only see people in those awkward elevator rides. But in several major cities, I've been designing tall buildings that are based on creating relationships between people.

- How to plan a building and its environment as a comprehensive system.

But is it working? Is it creating relationships and nurturing them? How can we know? Well, more and more people are coming here, for one, and as a result of the fireside chats and a full calendar of programming, people are applying for the Arcus Fellowships. In fact, applications have increased tenfold for the Arcus Fellowship since the building opened. It's working. It's bringing people together.

- 技术方案的可持续性。

About 15 years ago in Chicago, they started to replace old police stations, and they built this identical model all over the city. And even though they had good intentions of treating all neighborhoods equally, the communities didn't feel invested in the process or feel a sense of ownership of these buildings. It was equality in the sense that everybody gets the same police station, but it wasn't equity in the sense of responding to each community's individual needs. And equity is the key issue here.

- How to create a happy building in a less happy environment.

But today, urban habitats are out of balance. Climate change, together with political and economic troubles, are having an impact; they're adding up and stressing out cities and us, the people who live in them.

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So I've shown how tall buildings can be social connectors, but what about public architecture? How can we create better social cohesion in public buildings and civic spaces, and why is it important? Public architecture is just not as successful if it comes from the top down.

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Now, just by being able to go outside on your balcony or on the third floor roof terrace, you can be connected to the outdoors, even when you're way above the ground plane. So the building acts to create community within the building and the city at the same time. It's working. And people are starting to meet each other on the building surface and we've heard --

- 怎么着融入建筑的个中和外界,以至融合建筑和大范围景色;

they've even starting getting together as couples. But besides romantic relationships, the building has a positive social effect on the community, as evidenced by people starting groups together and starting big projects together, like this organic community garden on the building's roof terrace.

-The proposal shall have the intention to improve the environment and bring benefits to the people living there.

Here's an example of what I mean. Recently, we were asked to design a center for social justice leadership called the Arcus Center. They asked us for a building that could break down traditional barriers between different groups and in doing so, create possibilities for meaningful conversations around social justice. The students wanted a place for cultural exchange. They thought a place for preparing food together could do that. And they wanted to be welcoming to the outside community. They thought a fireplace could draw people in and help start conversations. And everybody wanted the work of social justice to be visible to the outside world. There really wasn't a precedent for this kind of space, so we looked around the globe and found examples of community meeting houses. Community meeting houses are places where there's very specific relationships between people, like this one in Mali, where the elders gather. The low roof keeps everybody seated and at equal eye level. It's very egalitarian. I mean, you can't stand up and take over the meeting. You'd actually bump your head.

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So maybe in the future, on the public side of the station, you might be able to drop in for a haircut at the barbershop or reserve the community room for a birthday party or renew your driver's license or get money out of an ATM. It can be a place for neighbors to meet each other and to get to know the officers, and vice versa. This is not a utopian fantasy. It's about how do you design to rebuild trust, trusting relationships?

- How to integrate inside and outside; the building and the landscape.

It's a start. But is it rebuilding trust? The people in North Lawndale say the kids are using the courts every day and they even organize tournaments like this one shown here, and once in a while an officer joins in. But now, they even have basketballs inside the station that kids can borrow. And recently they've asked us to expand the courts and build a park on the site. And parents report something astonishing. Before, there was fear of going anywhere the station, and now they say there's a sense that the court is safer than other courts nearby, and they prefer their kids to play here.

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Even the construction is about building relationships. It's made of cordwood masonry, which is using logs the way you would use bricks. It's super low-tech and easy to do and anyone can do it -- and that's the entire point. The act of making is a social activity.

有着那个思虑须以一种真正生态性的措施来落地施行。在确立壹个人造生态系统时,具备可持续性的建筑干预是最最玄妙的,这种干涉带来的功利仍是能够同期为分布社会群众体育带来积极影响。二个在各个区域面都担当的建筑干预绝对不可以能仅仅怀念建筑内部的舒适性和使用者的强健,更要考虑到三个区域的总体制革新善。

- 建筑和周边意况的一德一心。

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- 所选地址必得是开诚布公存在的,参加比赛者应显示他们的筹算将怎么着干预并进步所选建筑及相近情形的成色、价值、社会生存以至使用者的虎头虎脑,并将其转化为有吸引力的空中。

- 怎么着通过建筑干预来立异二个地方;

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To that end, the building should be built in harmony with the urban context and its natural landscape, and should be in connection with people and history. Architecture can not be detached from the pre-existent context and significant past events. A building in relation to its context will form an organic system, and it is not possible to imagine such system without taking into consideration the people in it. This is significant as humanity is the heart of all systems.

- The social benefits of the proposal and how it can improve people’s life.

除去,人类活动也相应作为那几个种类的显要部分来虚构。因而,建筑师不止要规划能够合力攻敌相近景况的建造样式,还要建议与上空相呼应的运动和效果与利益。对于建筑师来讲,能够从种种维度上对建设成境遇有宏观的愿景是不行重大的。

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Big cities often contain places that lack identity and whose existences are hardly linked with culture, history or tradition. These places are so-called “periphery” or “degraded” areas that remained isolated andun-integrated, such as neighborhoods with social conflict or poverty. They are often damaged and in need of reconstruction due to lousy planning or no planning at all. The architects’ mission is, there fore, to recognize the character of the site and create its ‘sense of place’. This creation looks into the transforming of negative spaces into positive ones by bringing out its inspiring and attractive qualities €€ this is defined as “happy spaces”, by designing and building a “happy building” in an “unhappy environment”.

于是,我们慰勉学员在更加大的背景下思想建筑,从可持续性、社会性和历史的角度,把他们的修造创作当做过去东西的下结论以至革新未来的能引力量,把居住意况作为与都市别的区域、景色、天气、物理和社会背景相融合的人为生态系统。建筑师能够创制二个可不唯有的条件,改进大家的硬朗。

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要达到规定的规范这一个目标,建筑应当与都市境况和宽广景点和谐共生,与人和历史紧凑联系。建筑不可能脱离现状情形和要害历史事件。一座与科学普及景况相融入的建筑会形成三个有机系统,而在那之中对人的思考无疑是小心的,因为性情是独具体系的主导。

衰老马村区域能够是城市中布局松散的区域,城市规划未涉嫌或未有发生积极影响的边角地区,未整合进城市/景色中的区域,或先特性建造的街区。它们得以是相持密封孤立的区域,也能够是困难的社区,或是社会冲突尖锐的、穷困的、破碎的急需重新建立的地面等等。简单的说,它们是对群众只怕投资人都远远不足魔力的地点。

-It is compulsory that the context is existing, and participants shall define how their intervention can improve the quality, the value, the social life, the wellness and transform it into an attractive one.

-The construction can have around 4,000€€ but it is not restricted to this dimension. Any dimension is possible if it is justified.

-参加比赛者能够对场地内的意义或活动项目举行提议,但它们应该是犬牙相错的,且这几个用途和法力应饱含建筑物本人以致相近处境。

-Participants can propose types of program or activity, but they should be mixed . They have to propose the uses and program for the construction and for the surrounding area as well.

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In addition, human activities should also be considered as a key part of the system. There fore architects are expected to propose not only the form of the building in relation to its surroundings, but also the activities and the programs associated in the space. It is important that architects should have a comprehensive vision for the built environment inevery dimension.

- Participants can choose sites ina degraded urban/ landscape area, preferably at the periphery . The site shall include construction area and surrounding area of the building.The student proposal should become aunit that can be imagined as a whole.

-参加比赛者需采取三个衰老的城堡或景象区域,偏向于城市边缘地带。所选场合需包蕴建筑物及其周围蒙受,解决方案应作为贰个一体化考虑衡量。

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竞技会援救参赛者学习怎样思虑贰个建筑创作的社会责任性,怎么着用安顿创新大家的生存。

Providing a project experience which teaches students about the social responsibility of an architectural project and how it can change people’s life in a positive way.

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The competition is conceived as an exercise to help students understand:

- Sustainability of the proposal.

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Architects can change people’s environment and influence their future in a positive way. They can create “happy spaces” that contribute to people’s well-being. Inserting a building in a nice environment makes this goal easier. When the building is linked to its surroundings,when the limits are blurred with the construction, all of the positive elements of the site can contribute to create this good feeling inside. But the real defy is how to do the opposite, how to influence in a positive way the surroundings through out the architecture?

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* A degraded area can be for instance an urban unstructured area, residual zones where urban planning didn’t arrive or didn’t have a positive effect, areas that remained un-integrated in a city/landscape, self-constructed neighborhoods. They can be areas that remained isolated, can be difficult neighborhoods, areas with social conflict or poverty, areas that have been damaged and need reconstruction, etc.They are places that are not attractive for the people or investors.

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-The surrounding area can vary in dimensions, but it has to guarantee the integration of the building with the surroundings. The participants should include a surrounding area that can create an ecosystem together with the building/ buildings itself.

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For these reasons we would like to ask students to think about a building in its wider context.From the perspective of sustainability, sociality and history, students are encouraged to place their architectural projects as consequence of the past and as a contribution to the future, thinking the inhabited areas as interrelated artificial ecosystems in harmony with the rest of the city, the landscape, the climate, the physical and social context. Architects can create a sustainable environment that could improve the health and well-being of the people.

建筑师能以积极向上的方法改造景况并影响大家的现在,他们得以创造“乐活空间”来为人人带来幸福感。在贰个完美的条件中来促成那个指标会越发轻易。当建筑与其周围碰着紧密地交换在协同、建筑的上上边界变得模糊的时候,场面的享有积极因素都得以扶助建立建筑内部的爱不释手氛围。但的确的挑战在于,怎么样反其道而行之,通过建筑设计来为科学普及带来积极影响。

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在大城市,缺少辨识度的地点有许多,它们往往与学识、历史和历史观都割裂开来。大家将这一个孤立的、未融合的地段称为“城市边缘地带”大概“城市衰退区”,比方那么些社会冲突尖锐或是穷苦的社区。由于失败的布署性或短少统筹,那几个地带经常是破碎的,急需重新建立。由此,建筑师的职务就是要去探听那些地区的天性,并为其创设独有的“场馆精神”,通过开采失落区域内振奋人心并且吸引人的特质,完结伤心空间向积极空间的变通,在一个“不欢欣的条件”中规划和修造叁个“高兴的建筑”,这样的创制被定义为“乐活空间”。

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- How to improve a place through an architectural intervention.

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“比赛目标”

- Understand the importance of analysis of the site and context.

- 如何将建造及其所随地境作为二个综合性系统来设计;

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- 设计所拉动的社会效果与利益以致对民众生活品质带来的进级。

- 领悟场馆及背景深入分析的关键;

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-解决方案应致力于改进本地的条件,为本地的居住者带来益处。

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