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Park 'n' Play:停车场及其屋顶游乐园 / JAJA Architects

Park 'n' Play:停车场及其屋顶游乐园 / JAJA Architects
编辑:彭紫琦(实习生); 校对:崔婧 | 2020.06.19 16:43
©Rasmus Hjortshøj – COAST

项目地点  丹麦哥本哈根

设计单位  JAJA Architects

建筑面积  2400平方米

建成时间  2016



Parking houses should be an integral part of the city. But how can we challenge the monofunctional use of the conventional parking house? How do we create a functional parking structure, which is also an attractive public space? And how do we create a large parking house that respects the scale, history and future urban culture of the new development area Nordhavn in Copenhagen?


©Rasmus Hjortshøj – COAST

该停车场项目,又称作“Park ‘n’ Play”,位于Arhusgadekvarteret,是Nordhavn地区主要发展计划的第一阶段。项目主体是一个传统的立体停车场结构,但设计为其增添了一个独具魅力的绿色立面和屋顶的公共游乐空间。

The new parking house is situated in Århusgadekvarteret, which is the first phase of a major development plan for Nordhavn. The starting point for the competition project was a conventional parking house structure. The task was to create an attractive green façade and a concept that would encourage people to use the rooftop.


轴测分析图  ©JAJA Architects
南立面效果图  ©JAJA Architects


Instead of concealing the parking structure, we proposed a concept that enhances the beauty of the structural grid while breaking up the scale of the massive façade. A system of plant boxes is placed in a rhythm relating to the grid, which introduces a new scale while also distributing the greenery across the entire façade. The grid of plant boxes on the facade is then penetrated by two large public stairs, which have a continuous railing that becomes a fantastic playground on the rooftop. From being a mere railing it transforms to becoming swings, ball cages, jungle gyms and more. From street level, the railing literally takes the visitors by the hand; invites them on a trip to the rooftop landscape and amazing view of the Copenhagen Harbour.


©Rasmus Hjortshøj – COAST


This project is based on a standard, pre-defined concrete structure. The structure has a rational and industrial crudeness, which suits the area’s spirit and history; however, the traditional concrete parking structure can appear cold and hard. As a natural continuation of the area’s red brick identity, we propose a red colouring of the concrete structure. With this simple measure, the grey frame is transformed into a unique building structure, which radiates warmth and intimacy through its materiality and surface, in harmony with the surroundings that are dominated by red roof tiles and bricks.


©Rasmus Hjortshøj – COAST


The green façade is made up of a plant “shelving system”, which emphasises the parking structure and interacts with the rhythm of columns behind. Plant boxes introduce scale and depth, and provide rhythm to the façade. The placement of plant boxes follows the grid of the parking house, and there is a box placed in a staggered rhythm for every second column, in the full height of the building. The system of plant boxes brings depth and dynamic to the façade, while also matching the neighbouring buildings’ proportions and detailing. The plant structure covers all four façades, and provides coherence and identity to the whole building. The expression of the façades is based on an interaction between structure and nature, and provides an exciting interdependence between the two. 


©Rasmus Hjortshøj – COAST


The basic principle of an active parking house is the idea of an accessible and recreational roof offered to local inhabitants and visitors alike. Visibility and accessibility are therefore essential when creating a living roof. A staircase towards the open square provides a diagonal connection between street- and roof level, and invites people to ascend along the façade. The course of the staircase follows the building’s structural rhythm, and each landing provides a view across the surrounding urban spaces and at the top, a view to the roofs of Copenhagen.


©Rasmus Hjortshøj – COAST


The staircase has references to Centre Pompidou, where the movement along the façade is an experience in itself. Along the back wall of the staircase, we worked with our friends at RAMA Studio to create a graphical frieze, which, in an abstract, figurative form conveys the history of the area. The narrative can be seen from street level, and followed more closely when the visitor ascends along the staircase. Along here, we also establish alternative access points to the parking levels. The frieze tells a story of past and future, and becomes a modern tale of the area’s industrial history and its future as Copenhagen’s new development by the harbour. The two flights of stairs on the Northern and Southern façades stand out as vertical passages through the greenery, and clearly mark the connection between street level and the active roof.


立面图案  ©Rasmus Hjortshøj – COAST

©Rasmus Hjortshøj – COAST

室内细节  ©Rasmus Hjortshøj – COAST


The red thread is a physical guide through the parking structure’s public spaces, which leads the visitor from street level, where the guide is introduced as a handrail on the staircase. As a sculptural guide it almost literally takes the visitor by the hand, and leads along the stairs to the top and through the activity landscape on the roof. Here, it becomes a sculpture and offers experiences, resting spaces, play areas and spatial diversity. Activities along the red thread are traditional such as swings, climbing sculptures etc., but also more architectural elements such as fencing and plants, which emphasises or establishes spaces. The sculpture’s journey across the roof continues uninterrupted, before leading back along the second staircase towards the street.


©Rasmus Hjortshøj – COAST


As such the structure becomes a red thread through the project, and connects the façade, the stairs and the activities on the roof as one single element. Combined the stairs through the green façade and the active roof make up a living, urban landscape that invites for both rest, fun and excitement. Copenhagen’s new parking house will be a social meeting ground and an active part of its local environment – as an urban bonus for locals, athletes and visitors alike. 


©Rasmus Hjortshøj – COAST


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总平面图  ©JAJA Architects

平面图  ©JAJA Architects

立面图  ©JAJA Architects



Architect: JAJA Architects, Copenhagen

Client: CPH City & Port Development

Program: Green facade and activity landscape on roof

Size: +2,400m² (roof) +4,800m² (façade), parking for 485cars + 10mc

Location: Copenhagen, DK

Year: 2014 – 2016

Type: Invited competition, 1. prize

Collaboration Design Team: Søren Jensen Ingeniør, RAMA Studio, LOA, DGI

Collaboration Contractor Team:  5e byg, Aarstiderne Arkitekter, Ingeniør’ne

Nominations: EU Mies van der Rohe Award 2017, Store Arne pris 2016, WAN Adaptive Reuse Award 2016, Best Refurbished Building MIPIM 2017, ArchDaily Building of the Year 2018 – Public Architecture category

Service: Main consultant on architecture and landscape

Status: Completed

Photographer: Rasmus Hjortshøj – COAST


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