Naiipa Art Complex / Stu/D/O Architects
来自修建规划师的描绘：Naiipa的字面意思是“森林深处”，这座艺术综合体涵盖了艺术展厅、录音工作室、舞蹈工作室、餐厅、咖啡屋，以及工作空间。修建坐落Sukhumvit 46大路，这条路连接着Rama 4大路和坐落Sukhumvit大路的Phrakanong BTS车站。项目名称来历于隐藏在森林之中的修建，修建师经过一系列的反射玻璃来表达周围生气勃勃的视觉效果。
Text description provided by the architects. Naiipa (Literally means ‘Deep in the Forest’) is a mixed use project consisted of an Art Gallery, Sound Recording Studio, Dance Studio, Restaurants, Coffee Shops, and Office Spaces. It is located on Sukhumvit 46, a small street that connects Rama 4 road to Phrakanong BTS Station on Sukhumvit road. The project is named after the concept of concealing the architecture in the forest as the vision of greenery is expanded by using reflective glexcitedass all around.
Upon arrival, visitors are greeted with the project’s main feature and driving force in design, a groups of large, pre-existing trees in its center. From the very beginning, the goal of Naiipa has been to create architecture that seamlessly co-exist with the trees, providing a peaceful and inspiring art community for both its occupants and visitors.
In order to fulfill the 2,000-square-meter office and retail programmatic requirement of the project, the main functions are divided into two to main masses which bounded the site, leaving the main tree courtyard as a free open space. Building A was designed to be an elongated 2-story horizontal building, allowing sunlight to reach the沈阳-一念森林，一念修建丨曼谷Naiipa艺术综合体 existing Pink Trumpet Tree, preserving its growth while creating an atmospheric courtyard for the build沈阳-一念森林，一念修建丨曼谷Naiipa艺术综合体ing’s occupant. To contrast the horizontal form of Building A, Building B is a vertically orientated 4-story building. The two main masses are then connected together by multi-level sculptural terraces that intertwine itse沈阳-一念森林，一念修建丨曼谷Naiipa艺术综合体lf between the existing trees, leaving all the trees untouched.
The structural design for the project was also executed in respect and consideration to the existing trees. The two main buildings are constructed with typical concrete structure in order to maintain the structural integrity of the function areas. Meanwhile, in the central open space area where the trees mostly congregate, steel structures were introduced. The shift in structural system is due to the building’s close proximity to the greenery, where the use of mortar could damage the existing trees, thus by using steel structure, the risk of contamination is reduced. In addition, steel structure provides more flexibility in navigating the construction around the expanding tree branches.
Three different types of glazing: reflective, translucent, and transparent, along with the rhythmic folding pattern of the faade, are utilized to link the architecture to the surrounding urban context conditions, as it gradually transforms the architecture and finally vanishes into nature. The east faade, which faces the street, is a translucent double faade, helping to filter and reduce heat flowing into the building. Furthermore, as the translucent faade moves towards the entrance, its smooth surface begins to fold, alluding to the forest within, as the pattern mimics the dancing shadows casted by sunlight as it filters through the tree canopies. Once inside, the inner architectural faade and the沈阳-一念森林，一念修建丨曼谷Naiipa艺术综合体 floating “Bird Nest” Gallery cladded in reflective glass seems to dissolve and disappear amongst the trees. It is this effect of being completely surrounded by trees that which evokes the feeling of truly being Naiipa.
团队成员：Apichart Srirojanapinyo, Chanasit Cholasuek, Adrian Smiths, Chompunuch Vanichayanguranon, Pitchaya Kointarangkul
制造商：Kone, SK Kaken, COTTO
景观规划：Field Landscape Studio
Architects: Stu/D/O Architects
Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Team members: Apichart Srirojanapinyo, Chanasit Cholasuek, Adrian Smiths, Chompunuch Vanichayanguranon, Pitchaya Kointarangkul
Area: 2400.0 m2
Project Year: 2016
Photographs: Pirak Anurakyawachon
Manufacturers: Kone, S沈阳-一念森林，一念修建丨曼谷Naiipa艺术综合体K Kaken, COTTO
Landscape Architect: Field Landscape Studio
Lighting Designer: Siriluck Chinsaengchai
Identity Designer: KK Rakitawan
Structural Engineer: B.N.G. Engineering
Mechanical Engineer: MEE Consultants
Consultants: Chanin Limapornvanich