近日，戴卫·奇普菲尔德建筑事务所改造的德国西部一小镇的Tap Holding公司新总部“Jacoby Studios”已经完工。该项目是对前St. Vincenz医院综合体的改造与扩建，再往前可追溯至17世纪的一个修道院。修道院从1841年起作为医院使用，在第二次世界大战期间遭到严重破坏。随后，该综合体经历了几次改造与加建。
A new company headquarters building for Tap Holding has completed in the medieval town centre of Paderborn in west Germany. Designed by David Chipperfield Architects Berlin, the project saw the restoration, conversion and extension of the former St. Vincenz hospital complex that itself grew out the ruins of a Capuchin monastery dating from the seventeenth century. The buildings, which were used as a hospital from 1841 onwards, were severely damaged during the Second World War. Subsequently, the complex underwent several changes and extensions through reconstruction and later modifications.
The conversion for the Jacoby Studios involved the removal of the post-war additions, exposing the historic building fabric of the monastery once again. In particular, the chapel façade, the cloister, the east building wing and the seventeenth century cellar were preserved and restored, creating a picturesque ruin structure made of quarry-stone masonry with the former cloister at its heart. The complex of monastery and annexes is embedded into a garden designed by Wirtz International.
New extension wings, ranging from two to three-storeys, are arranged in accordance with the orthogonal structure to the north, west and south of the original buildings. Through the historic entrance gate and the former chapel, visitors access the entrance foyer.
Echoing the historic situation, the ensemble appears once again in the cityscape as a well-balanced composition of different volumes. In the urban landscape of the Pader Springs, the new complex has its own sense of identity, while maintaining historic continuity.
Project start: 2014
Construction start: 2017
Gross floor area: 12,500 m2
Client: Jacoby GbR represented by Ellen Jacoby, Franz Jacoby, Yvonne Jacoby
Architect: David Chipperfield Architects Berlin
Partners: David Chipperfield, Martin Reichert, Alexander Schwarz (Design lead)
Project architects: Franziska Rusch (Concept study), Frithjof Kahl (Preparation and brief to Developed Design, Design intent details, Site design supervision)
Project team: Thomas Benk, Thea Cheret, Dirk Gschwind, Elsa Pandozi, Franziska Rusch, Diana Schaffrannek, Eva-Maria Stadelmann, Amelie Wegner; Graphics, Visualisation: Dalia Liksaite
In collaboration with
Construction documentation: Schilling Architekten, Cologne
Executive architect: Jochem Vieren (Project management), Michael Zinnkann (Construction management)
Landscape architect: Wirtz International nv, Schoten, Peter Wirtz, Jan Grauwels
Structural engineer: Gantert + Wiemeler Ingenieurplanung, Münster
Services engineer: Köster Planung GmbH, Münster
Building physics, Acoustics: Hansen Ingenieure, Münster
Fire consultant: HHP West Beratende Ingenieure GmbH, Bielefeld