上海芮欧钟书阁 | 唯想国际/李想
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上海芮欧钟书阁
主笔:李想
协同:刘欢 范晨 童妮娜
设计公司:唯想国际(www.xl-muse.com
面积:1000㎡
地点:上海静安区芮欧百货4楼
完工时间:2016年8月
摄影:邵峰

一座繁忙的城市,林立乱象的霓虹灯是背景。匆忙穿梭的行人,从街的这一侧穿过马路,从马路的这一侧越到另外的街区。从这座城市的上空看下来,人来人往,车水马龙,唯有斑马线静静的护航与指引。芮欧百货就在一个繁忙的充斥着穿行与驻停的街角,钟书阁芮欧店就在上海的市中心静安区芮欧百货的4楼的端头。

乘坐电梯来到四楼并向深处看去,可能就会看到钟书阁的字幕玻璃幕墙,隐约可见其中干净整洁灰白色调和谐晕染,安静的光晕透过字幕幕墙的空隙传递出来。走近,走进。你便知道这次钟书阁要讲的与书的故事和斑马线有关。这正是这家钟书阁要表达的情怀,也是上海这座繁忙的城市的缩影。素色的混凝土映射着城市的马路颜色,白色摆书台横竖有致静立路面,链接每个书台的地面画着一条条白色的人行横道线条,明确指引着书台与书台间的路径。满墙阵列的白色圆管,每一根都可以自由伸缩进墙体,通过这样的机动性可以塑造不同样式的阵列图形,这种变换的形式亦是摆放书的架台,同时更映射了快速变换的社会现状。在这里读者俨然进入到了一个城市空间,但是这里没有车水马龙,只有安安静静的路与斑马线,还有在书台上落成山的书。因为斑马线好比那一本本伴随我们成长的书籍。在对的时间,遇到对的指引。由此来表达书与读者的精神关联。

接承这个空间的是一个休闲阅读的长廊,这里有一排长长的公园椅子,书架设在两厢,书墙每隔一段就会有一盏路灯。这里不仅是读书长廊,更是一个室内读书公园。慢慢行走在书的世界,累了,坐在路灯下的椅子上,静静安放精神在一本心爱的书上,正是这个空间想给予读者的阅读环境。

穿越这安静的图书公园便来到了书籍的天空之城,一条蜿蜒的路径贯穿4幢由书架构筑成如建筑般的书架,让读者体验穿越在真正的书的城池,在路径上看在这里每一间“房子”外的墙都是书架构成,而且留有大面积的可透视窗口,可以看见“房子”内的情景,但从房子内部看则是一个个文化艺术主题和相应的书籍馆。4间建筑内面积有大有小,小型的犹如一个安静的书房,大的可以容纳小型的读书会。这里用书籍构建城市的模样,与外界喧嚣的街区不同,这里只有安静的读者与作者之间的隔空交流与感悟的精神世界。书架之间的路径宽窄渐变,曲径蜿蜒间可见地面标示的斑马路线,这里,恍惚间像是走在上海的百年街道感受浪漫与上海的情怀。

红尘俗世,向来是每个人都逃不开的诱惑。尤其是上海这样“红尘中一二等风流富贵之地”便更是充斥着更多的欲望与无奈。所以纠缠沉浮在红尘俗世中的人,时常渴望有一个安静的场所,可以让自己的身心得到解放!芮欧钟书阁用斑马线的概念来贯穿和引领故事的情节,从安静的马路街景到公园闲适的环境再到建筑群的精神空间,来表达繁忙浮躁的城市节奏下,书籍作为生活的陪伴,像是城市的各种功能与我们生活的关联,并且阐述像斑马线一样的书籍为我们的成长护航与指引!

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Zhongshuge in Shanghai RéelMall
DesignDirector:LI Xiang
Design Team:LIU Huan,FAN Chen, TONG Ni-Na
DesignCompany:X+Living (www.xl-muse.com)
Area:1000㎡
Location:4thfloor,Réel Mall, Jing’an District, Shanghai
Completion time: 2016.08
Photographer:Shao Feng

Backgroundof a busy city is always the randomly standing neon lights. Hurriedpedestrians cross the street from one side to the other, from one block toanother block by passing through the street. When viewing from above,you could see people come and go, the streets are crowded with pedestriansand vehicles, only the zebra crossings stand still to offer convoy and guidance. RéelMall is at such a street corner filled with traveling and short stay,which is located at the centre of Shanghai - Jing’an district, and Zhongshugeis at the end of the 4th floor of Réel Mall.

Come to the4th floor by taking a lift and look further into this space, youmight see the glass curtain wall with subtitles of Zhongshuge. It is dimlyvisible that the clean and neat white and grey colors fade softly into eachother harmoniously; and quiet halo comes out through the gaps of the subtitlecurtain wall. Walk closer and then walk into it. You would find out that thestory Zhongshuge is going to tell is somehow relatedto zebra crossing. This is the feeling that this Zhongshuge store wants toexpress, and this is a microcosm of busy Shanghai. The plain concreterepresents the color of the city road, and white book tables stand still on theroad in an orderly manner. On the floor, there are painted whitezebra crossings linking to the book tables, which give clear guidance to thepath between book tables. On the wall, it is fully covered withwhite circular tubes. Each of the white circular tubesspread over the wall could retract into or stretch out of the wall freely, inthis way, different array patterns could be formed with such flexibility. Whilethis flexible design acts as book shelves, it also reflects the quick changedsocial status quo. Here, readers enter into a city space where there is noheavy traffic, but only quiet “roads and zebra crossings” and mountains ofbooks on the books tables. Zebra crossing is like books that accompany ourgrowth. Get the correct guidance at the right time. The spiritual connectionbetween books and readers is thus expressed.

Whatconnects to this space is a long corridor for leisure reading, where there is along row of park benches. The book shelves are placed at the two sides of thecorridor, and there is a street lamp at a regular distance from oneanother. This is not only a reading corridor but also an interior reading park.Walking slowly in the world of books, when you get tired, you could sit on thechairs under the street lights and relax your mind by reading your favoritebooks- this is the reading environment that this space intended to create for readers.

Walkingthrough the quiet park of books you will arrive at the castle of booksin the sky. A winding path gets through the 4 architecture-like book shelveswhich are built with shelves, bringing the reader with an experience of walkingthrough a real city of books. Along the path, you will notice that exterior walls of every “house” arebuilt with book shelves, and on the wall there are big windows through whichthe interior of the “house” could be seen. From the inside of the “house” youwill find out that the “houses” are book libraries with different themes ofculture and art. The interior area of the 4 “houses” are very different, thesmall one is like a quiet study while the big one could hold a small readingparty. Here, the designer builds a city with books. Different from the outside bustling streets, this place is a spiritual world where readers couldcommunicate with authors quietly through the books. The width of thepath between book shelves is changing, and on this winding path you can seezebra crossings, you may dimly feel that you were walking in the centuries-old Shanghai streets where you can feelthe romance and mood of Shanghai.

The worldof mortals is a temptation that everyone could not escape from. Shanghai, inparticular, a “top-ranked romantic and rich place within the world of mortals”,is saturated with far more desires and helplessness. Thus people who strugglewithin this world of mortals always long for a quiet place where their body andmind could be set free! Zhongshuge (Réel Mall) uses the concept of zebracrossing topenetrate and lead the plot of the story, which expresses theidea that under the busy and impetuous pace of city, books, being a companionto life, is acting as association between all kinds of functions of the cityand our life; and that books give convoy and guidance to our growthjust like what zebra crossing does!   


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主持设计师

李想

唯想国际创始人/董事长/创意总监
毕业于英国伯明翰城市大学RIBA认证建筑系。
2011年创立唯想建筑设计(上海)有限公司,创立公司之后跨界参与多项商业室内设计并荣获了很多国内外知名大奖。 2015年创立家具品牌,产品以环保;优质和传递快乐为核心理念,并且通过创意的手法展现闲适与幽默的视觉风格得到众多媒体的称赞。
2013年度IDA十佳室内设计师
2013年度 IDA 室内设计黄金联赛公共空间一等奖
2013透视设计大奖 – 最佳商业空间奖
2014金外滩 “最佳商业空间奖”
2014 亚洲最具影响力设计 铜奖
2015 金外滩最大奖“金外滩奖”
2015 全球best 100最佳室内设计作品 – 年度最佳生态空间大奖
2015 国际设计大奖 艾鼎奖 酒店空间类 – 金奖
2015 福布斯年度最具发展潜力设计师
2015 2015-2016 中国室内设计年度封面人物
2016金外滩 “最佳商业空间奖”
Li Xiang        
President/ Creative director
Graduatedfrom the Birmingham City University authenticated by Architecture associationof RIBA.
EstablishedX+Living in 2011. Cross-field to Interior Design, won several prestigiousaward, 2015 founded her own furniture brand with the ideology of environmentalfriendly, quality and spreading joy; adding in a touch of humor and minimalistshe gets a lot of praises from the medias and fans.
2013 IDA TOP 10 designer
2013 IDA Public Space first prize
2013 PERSPECTIVE AWARD 2013 Commercial,Retail or office Award
2014 CIID INTERIOR DESIGN CHINA CommercialSpace Award
2014 Design for Asia Awards 2014 - BronzeAward  
2015 CIID Award
2015 best 100 interior design – bestecospace Award
2015 I-ding Award – Hotel Space Gold Award
2015 Forbes china’s 30 Most PromisingDesigners
2015 2015-2016 China Interior Design coverof the year
2016 CIID INTERIOR DESIGN CHINA – BESTCommercial Space Award

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  • yuemeng
    yuemeng 2017-8-26 11:44:31

    RE: 上海芮欧钟书阁 | 唯想国际/李想

    说的对,这个空间拍照有余(眼球流量),坐下来看书不足(转换率不好)

    喜欢看书的人绝对不会在这个地方看书,喜欢看书的人更不会到实体店买书,现在所有的线下书店都不可能通过卖书这个业态来赚钱,必须要考其他的,诸如咖啡等业态来补偿,卖书这事上赔的钱,包括 鸟屋和诚品书店都是如此,设计师把这个业态设计的炫酷,本身也是补偿业态流量成本的一部分,可以靠博眼球和戏剧性,提高业态里的客户流量(拉新),但设计师还要通过生活方式提案,来提高空间业态的转换率,降低运营成本(转换),这个设计在提高流量上设计的很成功,但在转换率上应该一般,我会有想进到这个空间一窥究竟的欲望,但是没有坐下来喝杯咖啡的欲望。
  • 不与
    不与 2016-12-27 16:37:26
    说真的,这个环境真的不适合看书,或许设计的初衷就是博人眼球,展示效果是认可的,但是真的不是一个可以安静下来看书的地方,或许更适合伪文艺青年去拍照片,个人见解
  • 1152245153
    1152245153 2016-12-24 17:07:02
    设计师比设计更漂亮。
  • 守宏
    守宏 2016-12-27 09:17:25

    RE: 上海芮欧钟书阁 | 唯想国际/李想

    放下 发表于 2016-12-26 00:19
    杭州好像有个书店也是她设计的

    杭州的也是钟书阁 真是可惜 设计师太任性了 阻挡不了她的才华啊 你去感受下就知道了 头顶用镜面无可厚非 光线太炫目 太亮 人进去之后围着柱子找书 眼睛受不了 太累了 就像这个案例一样 也是那样 设计的理念是好的 创意不错 就是这光影整的真心头疼 能把人逼退 或许女人就是喜欢亮晶晶的东西吧
  • joe2729
    joe2729 2017-3-9 14:00:04
    支持你!有争议的设计才是好设计,千篇一律的书店太多了,加油 期待新作!
  • 取个名这么难
    取个名这么难 2017-1-4 18:22:29
    作品没注意,反正设计师我是看上了
  • 懒懒的猪
    懒懒的猪 2017-1-8 09:36:47

    RE: 上海芮欧钟书阁 | 唯想国际/李想

    守宏 发表于 2016-12-27 09:17
    杭州的也是钟书阁 真是可惜 设计师太任性了 阻挡不了她的才华啊 你去感受下就知道了 头顶用镜面无可厚非  ...

    或许跟她先前从事建筑设计行业有关。初入室内装饰设计,有一些东西不去积累大量实践经验是比较难以掌控好的。尤其是一些技法,在建筑领域运用很得意,但换到室内设计领域却很有可能不理想。
    其实不光是顶部的镜面,墙体上的细密圆柱型凸起,同样让人感觉不怎么舒适,一个是密集恐惧症,一个是这种凸起会让人感觉不适,总担心碰到撞到的错觉。虽然不是所有人都会有这种不适,但是作为阅读的公共空间。。。
  • 妹岛和世
    妹岛和世 2017-5-6 14:46:47
    觉得有点像学生的创意作品
  • eden7176
    eden7176 2017-1-4 17:46:10

    RE: 上海芮欧钟书阁 | 唯想国际/李想

    1152245153 发表于 2016-12-24 17:07
    设计师比设计更漂亮。

    说到心里去了
  • embracer
    embracer 2017-4-18 15:24:28
    估计设计师平时很少看书
  • Seven1992
    Seven1992 2016-12-23 10:50:01
    好漂亮
  • 伊伊93
    伊伊93 2016-12-23 15:15:12
    请教一下,密集小圆棒的墙面材料,谢谢
  • jackmao
    jackmao 2016-12-23 16:34:21
    这都是全部空间的照片吗,如果能付上平面就更好了!
  • lyzjjsz
    lyzjjsz 2016-12-23 20:07:58
    学习了 !!~~
  • 820693723
    820693723 2016-12-25 17:44:35
    做出了咖啡馆的感觉,审美观正在改变中
  • 放下
    放下 2016-12-26 00:19:19
    杭州好像有个书店也是她设计的
  • 1016732491
    1016732491 2016-12-26 10:18:59
    好漂亮
  • 寻找李寻欢
    寻找李寻欢 2016-12-27 09:13:43
    梦幻
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