修迪建筑设计将一个30年代建成的文物保护建筑即第一个雪铁龙车库改造成为集办公、教学、陈列等混合使用的改造项目。该项目荣获Grand Prix SIMI 2015年度"建筑改造类"大奖。
SUD Architectes refurbished the 1st Citroën garage which was constructed in 30’s as a protected heritage architecture and developed into a mixed-use program of offices、education and showroom. It rewarded SIMI 2015 Grand Prize Winner-Renovated Building Category.
二. 项目设计介绍PROJECT DESIGN INTRODUCTION:
1. 项目背景 Project Background
雪铁龙旧车库于1932年竣工，并于1992载入法国国家文物保护历史古迹名录。房地产集团6e Sens买下了里昂核心地标——雪铁龙车库，它建成之时被认为是全世界最大的车库。1932年，这栋建筑被Maurice-Jacques Ravazé称为名副其实的汽车殿堂。
Registered as a Monument Historique in 1992, the Citroën garage was completed in 1932.
The Real Estate Group 6eme Sens acquired the iconic Citroën garage located in the heart of Lyon, which was considered to be the largest garage in the world when it was created. This building was described by Maurice-Jacques Ravazé in 1932 as a veritable car temple.
Design Objective: To preserve the identity of this building registered as a historic monument by transforming it into an office building that incorporates all the criteria for sustainable development.
2. 项目设计 PROJECT DESIGN
The Citroen old garage was 135 meters long, 52-wide with covering more than 4 hectares of floor area, which was designed by the architecture and creative talents of Maurice-Jacques Ravazé, Jean Prouvé and André Citroën and completed in 1932. At the beginning of the renovation, how to protect and preserve this historic building in the process of renovation was the first challenge for SUD Architectes.
After deep research and verification, we reclassified the Lyonnais landscape iconic building and gave it a new identity "New Deal", in order to return to the original design spirit and capture the quintessence of its original qualities to realize the achievement of the restoration of its 1930 glory. At the same time, we implanted the modern business type and transformed into a multi-functional office building integrating Shared Office, Business School, Traditional Office and Citroen Exhibition Hall.
3. 项目特点 PROJECT CHARACTERISTICS
31,500 m² is distributed over 6 levels that relinquishes the ground floor to the Citroën dealership for Exhibition, and the hall of honor is refurnished to its original glory over 3 levels; the upper stories are converted into offices with the creation of patios to bring in light. Characteristic of the building, the famous access ramps remain which serve as access to the parking lots present on each story. And the ramps encircling the building are preserved to serve as parking spaces and the five levels are converted to accommodate offices, higher education spaces and a co-working space.
On the sides of buildings in France, the essential issue of this complex project is to provide the functionality for various future users without altering the original flow and volumes. Concerning the patios created on each floor to convey light, the concrete post and beam structure was left exposed and all the metal components made by Jean Prouvé – guardrails, main gate – were upgraded.
After renovation, the building retains its