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Ferrum 1办公楼位于圣彼得堡Polustrovo区，其所处基地历史悠久，曾经是Rossiya工厂的所在地。项目位于Neva河右岸，与Smolny大教堂隔河相望。十八世纪末，Alexander Andreyevich Bezborodko在这里建造了他的行宫，根据意大利建筑师和画家Giacomo Quarenghi的设计，宫殿位于一座宽阔的公园中间。多年来，这栋乡间住宅是当地社交生活的中心。十九世纪晚期，这座公园是圣彼得堡上流阶级休闲康养的热门地点。在宫殿曾经的花园和今天的Piskarevsky大道的交界处，曾建有一栋度假屋，俄罗斯著名艺术理论家和画家Alexander Benois及其家人曾在1877年、1878年和1882年租住于此。1911年，随着整个国家的工业化，基地的大部分面积由Rossiya机械工厂占据，建造生产设施、仓库和管理用房。曾经的花园就此消失。很多年前，工厂关闭，留下了许多工厂扩张期修建的建筑，其中部分甚至还没有完工。这些建筑在长时间的空置下逐渐破败。十多年前，根据Teorema公司的发展计划，这片过去的工业用地经历了重新开发。借此，TCHOBAN VOSS Architekten在这里完成了许多项目，包括2008年的House Benois多功能商业园区，2013年的Seasons-Ensemble办公综合体，以及2016年的Five Stars住宅综合体。在Ferrum 1对面，Ferrum 2正在以相同的方案修建立面和内部景观庭院。
▼建筑外观，坐落于公园中，external view of the building located in the park ©Ilya Ivanov
The office building Ferrum 1 (Block 16) stands on the historic site of the former Rossiya factory in St Petersburg’s Polustrovo district. Situated on the right bank of the Neva opposite the Smolny Cathedral, a palace for Prince Alexander Andreyevich Bezborodko was built on the site at the end of the 18th century according to the designs of the Italian architect and painter Giacomo Quarenghi in the middle of a spacious park. For years, this country house was a centre of social life. In the late 19th century, the park was a popular recreation and health resort for the upper classes of St Petersburg. On the border between the former garden of the palace and today’s Piskarevsky Prospekt used to stand the summer house rented by the family of the famous Russian art theorist and painter Alexander Benois in 1877/78 and 1882. In 1911, in the course of the “industrialisation of the entire country”, the Rossiya machine factory occupied large parts of the site as factory premises and built production facilities, warehouses and administrative buildings. The former garden area was lost. The factory was closed down a long time ago, and the buildings, which were erected in the course of the factory’s expansion (some of them still unfinished), stood empty and began to decay. For more than ten years now, the former industrial site has been undergoing extensive redevelopment under the direction of the development company Teorema. In the course of this, TCHOBAN VOSS Architekten have already realised the multifunctional commercial campus House Benois (2008), the office complex Seasons-Ensemble (2013) and the residential complex Five Stars (2016) on this site. Opposite Ferrum 1 (Block 16), Ferrum 2 (Block 17) is being built with an identical façade solution and a landscaped inner courtyard.
▼建筑外观，external view of the building ©Ilya Ivanov
The seven-storey Ferrum 1 business centre is the first building in Russia to be constructed with Corten steel. This corrosion-resistant and extremely durable building material with its characteristic rust-red patina and velvety texture gives the building a particularly striking, expressive appearance. The theme of materiality, one of the most important aspects in architecture, was the focus when designing the façade. The name of the office building “Ferrum”, Latin for iron, is a reference to the material structuring the façade, but also at the same time a reference to the history of the former industrial site on which the new building was erected.
▼建筑立面，由锈蚀钢组成，building facade composed of Corten steel ©Ilya Ivanov
The sculptural façade is constructed in a geometric grid and presents itself as a coherent, dynamic, organically flowing fabric of loose “warp and weft” threads. Three-dimensional stripes span the rectangular building both horizontally and vertically. The alternation of flat and protruding modules creates the illusion of a plaiting. Viewed from the side, the horizontal lines at the intersections of the strips sometimes seem to dive beneath the vertical lines and vice versa. At the corners of the building, delicate structural glazing alternates with the sharp-edged folds of the Corten, thus the steel seems to play around a body of glass. The building is crowned by a band of golden aluminium panels, whose sheen visually offsets the intense colouring of the main façade cladding. “Rust on the outside, gold on the inside” is Ferrum’s central design theme.
Corten steel facade like interweaved threads ©Ilya Ivanov
golden bend on the top offsets the color of the facade ©Ilya Ivanov
glass alternated with the steel components at the corner ©Ilya Ivanov
closer view, steel modules in different shapes as if weaving together ©Ilya Ivanov
▼立面细部，facade details ©Ilya Ivanov
The building’s main entrance is marked by a large portal, and the central foyer features double-sided structural glass that fills this space with light and visually connects it to the surrounding park. The colour design of all foyers follows a two-tone concept, with the theme of “gold on the inside” coming into play here. Thus, shiny gold lift portals alternate with metal surfaces in cold grey. The wall coverings are made of printed glass.
▼玻璃围合的大厅与公园建立视觉联系，glass enclosed foyer with visual connection to the park ©Ilya Ivanov
▼大厅，采用穿插的配色，foyer with palette of two-tone concept ©Ilya Ivanov
▼区位分析，location ©TCHOBAN VOSS Architekten
▼平面图，plans ©TCHOBAN VOSS Architekten
▼立面图，elevations ©TCHOBAN VOSS Architekten
▼剖面图，sections ©TCHOBAN VOSS Architekten
Address: Sverdlovskaya Naberezhnaya, 44 B, Block 16, 195027 Saint Petersburg, Russia
Client: Teorema (Business Park Polustrovo Ltd), Saint Petersburg
GFA: 7,965.00 sqm
Completion date: 08/2021
Service stages: 1-8 (Façades and foyers)
Architect: Sergei Tchoban
Project Manager: Valeria Kashirina
Team: Severin Burr, René Hoch, Natalia von Kruechten, Puk Paludan, Evgenia Sulaberidze
General contractor: Teorema (Business Park Polustrovo Ltd.), St. Petersburg
Project management: Teorema (Business Park Polustrovo Ltd.), Saint Petersburg
Landscaping: Teorema (Business Park Polustrovo Ltd.), Saint Petersburg
Structural engineering: Nord Fassade, St. Petersburg
Corten steel: SSAB, Saint Petersburg
Windows/doors: Guardian Glass, Moscow
Aluminum frames: Reynaers, Saint Petersburg
Lifts: Mac Puar S.A, Moscow
Assembly lifts: Schtihmas, Saint Petersburg
Photographer: Ilya Ivanov