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Shigeru Ban to Deploy Emergency Shelters in Nepal
普利兹克奖得主日本著名建筑师坂茂宣布计划为尼泊尔紧急救援工作提供帮助。4月25日尼泊尔发生大地震,将许多城市夷为平地,导致7000多人死亡,数千人无家可归。
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Shigeru Ban first built paper emergency shelters in 1994 for Rwandan refugees..日本著名建筑师坂茂第一次建造纸板紧急避难所是在1994年为卢旺达内战难民所建。
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普利兹克奖得主日本著名建筑师坂茂宣布计划为尼泊尔紧急救援工作提供帮助。4月25日尼泊尔发生大地震,将许多城市夷为平地,导致7000多人死亡,数千人无家可归。

从上世纪90年代初开始,坂茂一直致力于紧急避难所的开发和建造。

短期之内,坂茂的事务所以及他的救援组织“志愿建筑师网络”(VAN)将会在当地配给简易帐篷并现场组装以做临时避难所和医疗救助站之用。另外帐篷里还配有由承包商提供的塑料布,用来做临时隔墙。

随着尼泊尔局势的逐渐稳定,VAN声称将与当地的大学学生以及建筑师结成联盟,建造其他种类的过渡性住房和社区设施,并使用坂茂的公司在其他紧急情况的救援中开发的原型来工作。在未来几月,该组织希望开始在灾区建造永久性建筑。

该公司在自己的主页上这样写道:“我们之前做过一些项目,积累了一些经验。我们会将这些经验应用到尼泊尔的恢复重建之中。”

自上世纪九十年代初,坂茂一直致力于紧急救灾建筑设计,于1994年的卢旺达种族大屠杀之后第一次付诸实践,第二次则是在1995年日本神户的毁灭性大地震。之后他开始在世界各地建造紧急避难所。仅仅使用包括波纹塑料和纸板在内的简单材料,便已在土耳其、印度、斯里兰卡、中国、日本和新西兰等地建造实施自己的项目

与此同时,坂茂呼吁朋友们通过VAN捐款来支持救灾援助活动。

Pritzker Prize Laureate Shigeru Ban has announced plans to contribute to emergency relief efforts in Nepal after the April 25 earthquake reduced cities to rubble, killed more than 7,000, and left thousands homeless.

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Architect Shigeru Ban has been developing and deploying emegency shelters since the early 1990s.

In the short term, Ban’s firm and his relief organization Voluntary Architects’ Network (VAN) will distribute simple tents—supplemented with plastic sheets donated by contractors to serve as wall partitions—and assemble them onsite as temporary shelter and medical aid stations.

As conditions in the country begin to stabilize, VAN says it will team up with local universities, students, and architects to build other types of transitional housing and community facilities, working with prototypes Ban’s firm has developed in other emergency situations. The organization expects to start building permanent structures in the coming months.

“There are some projects which we had done and we will approach with our experiences for the recovery of Nepal,” the firm wrote on its website.

Ban has been designing emergency structures since the early 1990s, first deploying shelters in Rwanda in 1994 after civil unrest and genocide, and the next year in Kobe, Japan after a devestating earthquake. He has since deployed emergency shelters all over the world, using simple materials including corrugated plastic and paper tubes, with projects in Turkey, India, Sri Lanka, China, Haiti, Japan, and New Zealand.

In the meantime, Ban is asking that people support relief efforts by donating to the Voluntary Architects’ Network.

 

2015.06.08
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