设计团队：Alfonso Femia, GianlucaPeluffo, Simonetta Cenci, Sara Gottardo, Nicola Spinetto, Sara Traverso, Fané
合作方：Alessandro Bellus, Francesco Busto, Suzanne Jubert, Etienne Bourdais, Gabriele Filippi, M. Cristina
承包方：Constructa Urban Systems
摄影师：Luc Boegly, ErnestaCaviola
这是由5+1AA设计的马赛港 。这里是区域与城市、过去与未来、用户与当地居民之间放松和聚集的场所 。建筑师关注的是事物如何被感知、视野范围、路径和其他特性，从而利用光来创建一个原始气氛，利用太阳和风作为能源装置 。经过重新开发的马赛港将在场地和城市之间、用户和居民之间重新建立起新的关系 。该建筑采用了非常有针对性的具体设施，将码头、城市和海滨串联在了一起；场地上的旧建筑将成为一个开放的系统，将通过其透明性延伸至大海，形成一种新的关系；内部庭院的布置是根据不同地点的不同人流量来设计 。
The Marseilles Docks as a place of reflexion and meeting between territory and city, past and future, users and inhabitants of the place. The Marseilles Docks as a place of architecture which is an answer to a specific context: an intervention on sensitivity and place specificity, Marseilles in relation to the Docks, the city and the sea. An intervention on the Docks ground level to create an opened system connected to penetration, transparencies and new relations extending to the sea. An intervention on people flow to give different intensities to the place. We have been particularly attentive to how things are perceived, visual apertures, pathways and other features: light to create original atmospheres, the sun and wind as architectural/energy devices.Reveal the beauty of a place so that it can be shared.
Reveal the beauty of a place so that it can be shared. The redevelopment of Marseilles docks will re-establish bonds between the site and city, users and local inhabitants. The architecture is a carefully targeted response to a very specific setting: the project weaves relations between the docks, city and seaside; the site of the old structure will become an open system extending to the sea through penetrations, transparencies and new relations; the arrangement of the internal courtyards is designed in relation to the various flows and their intensity with respect to the various locations. We have been particularly attentive to how things are perceived, visual apertures, pathways and other features: light to create original atmospheres, the sun and wind as architectural/energy devices.