丹麦建筑事务所ALL（Atelier Lorentzen Langkilde），在极圈以北为挪威的直辖市Bodø打造了一栋全新的现代化市政大厅。Bodø坐落在极圈以北的一座半岛，被辽阔的山脉和冰冷的挪威海环绕。在市中心，经过改造和扩建的旧市政厅成为了一座可容纳400名员工的标志性建筑。
Just north of the polar circle, Danish studio ALL (Atelier Lorentzen Langkilde) has designed a contemporary city hall for the municipality of Bodø, Norway. Bodø, Norway is situated on a peninsula north of the polar circle. The city is bounded by mountains and the harsh Norwegian Sea. In the city center, the old city hall has been transformed and extended with a new iconic building to a 12,000 ㎡ modern workspace for 400 employees.
▼远眺建筑，overview ©Adam Mørk
▼街道视角下的市政厅，town halls from the street view ©Adam Mørk
The 12,000 m2 City Hall consists of a new building and the transformation and linking of two existing, preserved buildings. The new town hall unites the three buildings into one flexible plan. The landscape around the city hall consists of beautifully shaped public areas and squares with seating. These are covered in natural stone.
▼新建筑建于旧银行与旧市政厅旁之间，the new building was built between the old bank and the old town hall ©ALL
▼带棕色石膏立面的老市政厅，the old city hall with its brown plaster facade ©Adam Mørk
The existing buildings on the site are the old city hall, with a brown plaster façade, and the old national bank, clad in a richly patterned natural stone. Both facades are preserved. The new building is shaped with sloping facades mirroring the roofs of the existing buildings. This creates a unity between old and new which is further emphasized with the brownish Jura Gelb stone used for the facade of the new building. The color resembles the color of the old city hall while the stone pattern resembles that of the national bank facade. The new, faceted façade is a modular system with horizontal, vertical and diagonal lines that create a singular volume as a whole and in detail.
▼新市政大厅概览，an overview of the new town hall ©Adam Mørk
▼呈水晶石状的体量，the volume is in the shape of crystal ©Adam Mørk
The new city hall is a crystalline stone volume, with facades that slope towards the lower, existing buildings. The angles of the façade are drawn from the existing rooflines. This unique faceted facade geometry catches the dramatic changing light conditions north of the polar circle.
▼立面细部，details of the facades ©Adam Mørk
▼中庭将三栋建筑无缝连接，the atrium connects the three buildings seamlessly ©ALL
The new building is a keystone linking and transforming the flow of the existing buildings to create a flexible, circular flow around a tall and dramatic atrium. This atriums acts as The Citizens’ Forum. The Citizens’ Forum is a public square with meeting rooms and public services.
▼从广场看向中庭入口，view from the square to the atrium entrance ©Adam Mørk
The atrium around which the workspaces wrap recalls a Piranesi drawing, with the staggered balconies, setback atrium fronts, varied floor heights, and a vertiginous art piece,“Poem for the Bureaucracy”, by the artist: Per Kristian Nygård, mounted on the wall and spanning the full height of the atrium.
▼宽敞开阔的中庭空间，spacious open atrium space ©Adam Mørk
▼安装在整面高墙上的精美艺术品“官僚主义之诗”，a vertiginous art piece,“Poem for the Bureaucracy” ©Adam Mørk
▼俯瞰中庭，aerial view ©Adam Mørk
▼仰视中庭，look up ©Adam Mørk
The interior is lined with light ash wood, both on the walls and ceilings. The uniform wooden lining creates a warm, Scandinavian home-like feeling and is combined with an office layout based on new ways of working.
▼统一的木质衬里营造出温馨的工作氛围，the uniform wood lining creates a warm working atmosphere ©Adam Mørk
▼室内的墙壁和天花板都选用浅灰木材来装饰，the interior walls and ceilings are decorated with light grey wood ©Adam Mørk
Workspaces extend up five floors in connection with the atrium. There is a canteen on the 6th and top floor with magnificent views towards the surrounding ocean and mountains.
▼位于六楼的食堂，the canteen is located on the sixth floor ©Adam Mørk
▼从顶层欣赏周围的壮丽景色，the view from the top is magnificent ©Adam Mørk
Program: Town Hall, Public, Culture, Office, Transformation
Location: Bodø, Norway
Client: Bodø Municipalicy
Size: 12.000 sq.m.
Status: Completion 2019,
Type: 1st prize – open international competition
Photo: Adam Mørk