时间：2018-12-07 来源：网络 作者：网络 阅读量：
▼室内一览，艺术墙面带来独特体验，overall view of the interior with art walls providing unique experience
Inhabiting street-front space in the existing shell of the Mario Botta-designed portion of the recently reopened SFMoMA, the interior volumes of the previous museum café and an assembly hall were excavated, and left partially raw and exposed. Inserted in to this excavation is an interplay of floating white art walls, carefully placed to bracket space within the larger expanse of the restaurant. Strategically placed steel apertures and felt acoustic panels calibrate the zones of passage, both visual and physical, between the street and the restaurant, as well as the restaurant and the existing museum’s atrium. Together with the raw shell, these layers create a backdrop for discreetly placed “artifacts”, analogous to ingredients in their various states of refinement, strategically employed to engage the guest’s physical experience. All were inspired thru a collaborative process with the intent of drawing contrast between the rough and the refined: custom designed lighting, custom furniture and a sculptural wood ceiling.
▼室内一览，空间开阔，overall view of the open interior space
▼从街道可以清楚的看到餐厅内部，emphasize visibility from the street
店面新装了一个钢制窗户盒和木门以将餐厅和主路进行分隔。更多的钢制入口则被设置在面向博物馆木饰中庭的墙面上，让中庭里的游客可以看到餐厅内的景象，在餐厅和公共空间之间建立联系。进入餐厅，人们可以看到沿街侧设有休闲吧台和座椅，形成街道和博物馆共有的公共客厅，氛围活跃。而在餐厅后部与中庭相连的区域，是一个由隔音板围合，尺度更为亲密的用餐区，为人提供安静而正式的就餐体验。休息区中设有一面隔墙，其上的壁画由艺术家Rosana Castrillo Diaz绘制，为空间带来能量；一系列金色画框装饰的图案出自Tucker Nichols之手，以对餐厅的隐喻吸引行人前来就餐。最后一面艺术墙如同一张朴素的画布，在由其限定的区域中线性排布着餐桌，用餐者、服务员和餐品共同构成了一幅不断变化的画作。In Situ餐厅的设计融合了从城市到私密空间的不同尺度，强调材料和声音，给人以丰富多彩的体验。
Approaching the restaurant off of the main thoroughfare of the street, a new steel window box and wooden door are incised onto the existing fabric of the storefront. Additional steel portals are inserted through the existing skin of museums wood paneled atrium; affording views from the atrium in to the restaurant, and vice versa, an evocation of a restaurant occupying the space along a public piazza. Once inside, an informal standing and sitting lounge area on the street side of the restaurant is envisioned as a shared living room for the street and museum, supporting a convivial atmosphere. Toward the back of the restaurant adjacent to the museum’s atrium, a quiet formal dining experience is supported by a more intimately scaled and acoustically muted space. An ephemeral full wall mural by Rosana Castrillo Diaz was commissioned for the energy of the front lounge area, while an aggregation of gold framed illustrations by Tucker Nichols was commissioned for subtle rigor of the dining area, tasked with drawing the eye from the street through the restaurant. The final art wall sets up a neutral canvas for a linear constellation of diners perched along a minimal banquette, making the patrons, and ultimately the food they are presented with, as the final ever changing daily art commission. In Situ operates at many different scales from urban to intimate, designed to engage all of the senses with an emphasis on tactility and acoustics.
▼沿街公共休闲就餐区，public lounge along the street
▼轻盈的取餐台划分用餐区域，floating service counter defines different dining area
▼靠近中庭的私密就餐区，从中庭可以看到餐厅，intimate dining area near the atrium, people in the atrium could see into the restaurant
▼精致的定制灯具，delicate customized light
▼漂浮的壁画墙和定制木餐桌，floating art wall and custom designed wooden table