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【TED演讲】受山川、云朵和火山启发的城市建筑学---马岩松 Urban architecture inspired by

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生于1975年11月26日,马岩松作为全球最具创意的建筑事务所MAD建筑事务所的创始人,帮助中国在国际建筑领域取得了一席之地。 作为第一位获得RIBA奖学金的中国建筑师,马岩松探索了与传统的东方自然价值观相关的当代建筑,作出了众多复杂而又深厚,甚至超越时




 
 
 
        生于1975年11月26日,马岩松作为全球最具创意的建筑事务所——MAD建筑事务所的创始人,帮助中国在国际建筑领域取得了一席之地。 作为第一位获得RIBA奖学金的中国建筑师,马岩松探索了与传统的东方自然价值观相关的当代建筑,作出了众多复杂而又深厚,甚至超越时代感的建筑作品。
 
        马岩松最初就读于北京建筑工程学院建筑系,随后在耶鲁大学完成了其硕士学位,并因其“浮游岛”作品获得赏识。在扎哈哈迪德建筑事务所工作一段时间后,2004年,马岩松创立了MAD建筑事务所,并于2006年获得纽约杰出青年建筑师奖。同年,MAD建筑事务所设计了他们的成名之作,加拿大梦露大厦,并于2006年建成。
 
 
        马岩松通常被认为实现东西方之间价值的桥梁,他从中国和日本的传统方法,包括“结构,景观,光,植物,水”的建筑设计中发现重要的灵感; 换句话说,正如他在2016年向纽约时报解释的一样,“整个大环境”是基于建筑空间体验而言的。 尽管这些建筑外观展现出满满的未来感,但是马岩松的设计在景观和自然之间有着深刻的联系,试图缓解建筑和人们之间的互动。
 
       2014年,马岩松被评为年度全球青年领袖,这也是中国第一个被授予该奖项的人。 “世界经济论坛”称赞马岩松是一个自我致力于探索建筑的未来,结合山水的城市密度,功能和精神,重新建立人与自然的情感联系的建筑师。 随着马岩松继续思考和设计这些城市,让人们“保持自然,回归自然”,世界将开始看到更多MAD设计的自然城市,以重新连接自然世界和我们的生活。
 
 
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马岩松部分作品
 


哈尔滨歌剧院



 
玛丽莲梦露大厦






皇都艺术中心






黄山太平湖公寓






北京朝阳公园广场






中国国家美术馆






城市森林






三亚凤凰岛
 
 
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Vernon Hunter
The World needs more people like him
 
世界需要更多像他这样的人。
 
Muheeb Kassawat
Vernon Hunter only true architects do what he do whom only work with nature not against it
 
只有真正的建筑师才能做到他这样,与自然合作而不是对抗。
 
 
JamesThomas
This may sound weird but seeing his multidimensional aquarium brought tears to my eyes. It was such a kind and caring way of design.
I love this guy.
Edited to add: Elon should have contracted Yansong to design his cyber truck ;-)
 
这听起来可能很奇怪,但是看到他的多维水族箱让我眼泪汪汪。这是一种友善和关怀的设计方式。
我喜欢这个人。
编辑添加:埃隆马斯克应该签约马岩松来设计他的电动皮卡。
 
T. B.
JamesThomas Yeah, no joke. That thing is hideous.
 
是的,不开玩笑。那东西(马斯克的新电动皮卡)真可怕。
 
Bravo Mike
Yeah the problem is Elon was looking for 100% efficiency and functionality. The chinese guy himself says that these boxy buildings may have been functional and efficient but they are hella ugly, repetitive and blocks out nature. Elon needed something that's repetitive , easy , functional and efficient on resources to build.
 
是的,问题是埃隆一直在寻找100%的效率和功能。中国小伙子本人说,这些盒子形的建筑虽然本来可以发挥功能和效率,但它们丑陋,重复且遮挡了大自然。埃隆需要在资源上具有重复性,简便性,功能性和高效性的内容。
 
infernovoid
@T. B. I think the cyber truck looks beautiful.
 
我认为电动皮卡很漂亮。
 
 
Only With Buts
This guy claims to be architect? That is too humble
 
He is an actual artist!
 
这个家伙自称是建筑师?太谦虚了
 
他是一位真正的艺术家!
 
pezjerk
he copy's and pastes mountain design into buildings
 
他把大山复制粘贴到了建筑中。
 
Huan Bui
Architect are better than an artist because building like that will have tons of technical issues.
 
建筑师比艺术家更好,因为这样的建筑会有很多技术问题。
 
Curious Gal
Art is purely look. Architect is art + science + function + practicality
 
艺术纯粹是外观。建筑史艺术+科学+功能+实用性
 
Muheeb Kassawat
What is your definition of architect?
 
建筑师的定义是什么?
 
 
hem
For someone who is studying architecture, this talk was extremely inspiring and full of hope! Thank you for providing us such great quality content, TED :-))
 
对于正在研究建筑的人来说,这次演讲非常鼓舞人心,充满希望!感谢您向我们提供如此优质的内容,TED。
 
Tariq Majumder
exactly me thought....it is so informative... such a great way of thinking
 
我真的认为,这太有教育意义了。一个很好的思考方法。
 

LandAhoy
My country is filled with ugly, cheap, "practical" buildings that legitimately make me depressed to go outside. I already have depression as it is, so it's not helping. 
So I've been thinking a lot about why architecture doesn't seem to take the human "spirit" into account and how our mood, moral and motivation can be easily affected by our surroundings. We need beautiful and interesting buildings/structures and nature all around us and within our modern cities and neighborhoods just as much as we need them to be practical, and it doesn't have to be a contradiction.
A happy, inspired person is less depressed and more productive. More motivated and compassionate and creative. Our brains need more than just practicality, and I think it should be considered just as crucial, basic and necessary. 
The atmosphere surrounding us can change us and the world we live in. 
That's why I've been hoping for architects like him to appear (although I still wish for more color as well. I'm sick of white and gray, which my country is full of). 
Keep up the good work. I hope you keep designing buildings all around the world and inspire many others after you.
 
我的国家到处都是丑陋,廉价,“实用”的建筑物,这些建筑物使我沮丧地走出去。我已经患有抑郁症,因此没有帮助。
 
因此,我一直在思考为什么建筑似乎没有考虑人的“精神”,以及我们的情绪,道德和动机如何容易地受到周围环境的影响。我们需要在我们周围以及在现代城市和社区中的有美丽,有趣的建筑/结构和自然环境,就像我们需要它们实用一样,这并不一定是矛盾的。
 
一个快乐,有启发性的人会减少沮丧,提高生产力。让人更有动力,富有同情心和创造力。我们的大脑不仅需要实用性,而且我认为应该将其视为至关重要,基础和必要的。
 
我们周围的气氛可以改变我们以及我们所生活的世界。
 
这就是为什么我一直希望像他这样的建筑师出现(尽管我仍然希望获得更多的颜色。我已经厌倦了白色和灰色,而我的国家到处都是)。
 
保持良好的工作。我希望您继续设计世界各地的建筑物,并在您之后激发其他更多人的灵感。
 

尻比b
Not only your country. whole world.since Industrial age
 
不仅是你的国家,是全世界,自工业革命以来。
 
Rehan Noon
If you don't mind me asking, what country do you live in?
 
如果您不介意我问,您住在哪个国家?
 
HitzCritz
3:30 I used to live near these buildings when I was 7 and was extremely fond of their unique shape. I was so shocked to find out that this was the person who designed them! I really wish more architects design buildings with an emphasis of nature with them, they are truly marvelous!
 
3:30我七岁的时候就住在这些建筑物附近,并且非常喜欢它们的独特形状。我很震惊地发现这是设计它们的人!我真的希望有更多的建筑师与他们一起设计注重自然的建筑,它们真的很棒!
 
phonzy
Mr.Yansong, you have created masterpieces and your buildings are beautiful
 
岩松先生,您创造了杰作,您的建筑很漂亮。
 
 
Skyler S
Make architecture great again. Modern architecture looks like somebody mashed together a bunch of geometric shapes, plastered the building with windows and hoped it would look futuristic. In reality it's just atrocious, architecture form the 19th, 18th, 17th, 16th centuries are a thousand times better then modern abominations.
 
让建筑再次变得更伟大。
 
使体系结构再次变得伟大。现代建筑起看来就像有人将一堆几何形状拼凑在一起,并在建筑物上粘上窗户,希望它看起来像未来派。实际上,这是残酷的,来自19、18、17、16世纪的建筑比现代建筑好一千倍。
 
LandAhoy
And even older building as well. I too prefer old buildings and shops over anything we have today (accept some places where structures like this are still preserved), I understand that they are less sustainable and practical. Especially with today's large and ever growing population and the new alternatives offered by technology. Still, I think they are much lovelier and wish we could be surrounded with colorful and beautiful little buildings like that, made from natural materials (although with the amount necessary today, that would be bad news to nature and the ecosystem, unfortunately).
 
甚至旧建筑也是如此。我也更喜欢旧建筑物和商店,而不是我们今天拥有的任何东西(接受一些仍保留此类结构的地方),我知道它们的可持续性和实用性较差。尤其是在当今庞大且不断增长的人口以及技术提供的新替代产品的情况下。尽管如此,我认为它们还是更可爱,并希望我们能被五颜六色的,美丽的,由天然材料制成的小建筑物包围着(尽管在有庞大需求的今天,不幸的是,这对自然和生态系统来说是个坏消息)。
 
 
Huan Bui
You are comparing a regular building to a super expensive building.
 
您正在将常规建筑物与超贵建筑物进行比较。
 
MrDQMYNATOR
I got the exact same thaught: 
 
If you look at gothic cathedrals everybody is amazed - but if you look at todays building it feels like backwards evolution in architecture. 
 
However there is one thing that has to be considered: 
 
when the room is round and maybe even the walls are bent: how do we put box shaped furniture in it? 
 
Like: imagine a egg shaped floor... where do you put a box shaped wardrobe? 
 
It can't be placed in any corner since there are no corners... so what is the next step here? 
 
The answer can obviously only be: it needs furniture that fit perfectly to the bent wall. 
 
But this comes with a very high price: first of all you can not  move the furniture anymore because it only fits in one place. 
 
So it becomes much less flexible if you want to move furniture around.. or buy new ones.
 
 
and 2.) 
 
think of the costs of such building with shapes that have such bent walls and bent furniture: 
 
it will cost SOOOO much more because ever bit needs to custom made...
I bet its more than 10 times the costs! - while at the same time housing less then half number of people inside... 
so it becomes some elite uperclass thing... 
 
Next look at his volcano park: imagine beeing a gardener that sits on a lawn mower driving up and down the weird shapes - it would soon drive you crazy I think... - so the challenge here is not just to make it look smooth, round and appealing but also keeping it A) practical B) functional C) structally stable D) efficent (to clean for example) and E) affordable ...
 
So while his buildnigs sure look fancy - I bet living inside of one is a nightmare.
 
我也有同样的想法:
 
如果您看哥特式大教堂,每个人都会感到惊讶-但是如果您看今天的建筑,那感觉就像是建筑的向后进化。
 
但是,必须考虑一件事:
 
当房间是圆形的甚至墙壁是弯曲的时:我们如何在其中放置盒形家具?
 
想象一个蛋形的地板...您将盒子形的衣柜放在哪里?
 
由于没有角,因此无法将其放置在任何角落...那么下一步是什么?
 
答案显然只能是:它需要完全适合弯曲墙的家具。
 
但这要付出很高的代价:首先,您不能再移动家具,因为它只能放在一个地方。
 
因此,如果您要四处移动家具或购买新家具,灵活性就会大大降低。
 
 
2.)
 
考虑一下这种具有弯曲的墙壁和弯曲的家具的建筑物的成本:
 
这将会付出更高的代价,因为每一点需要定制...
我敢打赌它的成本是它的10倍以上!-同时容纳少于一半人数的人...
所以这变成了一些精英上流社会的东西...
 
接下来看一下他的火山公园:想象一下一个坐在剪草机上的园丁,他在怪异的形状上上下滑动-我想这很快就会让你发疯...-所以这里的挑战不仅仅是使它看起来光滑,圆润且吸引人,但也要使其保持A)实用B)功能C)结构稳定D)高效(例如清洁)和E)负担得起的...
 
因此,尽管他的建筑看起来确实不错-我敢打赌一个人住在里面是一场噩梦。

 
 
Huan Bui
@MrDQMYNATOR I like to add another thing, if one component of that building is damaged and needs replacement, that component will has to be custom made. And in my experience curvy building has tons of technical issues, especially with water.
 
我想说另一件事,如果该建筑物的一个组件损坏并且需要更换,则必须定制该组件。以我的经验,弯曲的建筑有很多技术问题,尤其是水。
 
FoamRoll
Lol, someones been watching too much Paul Joseph Watson's videos.
 
Only credit you have is that the majority of developers/builders, particularly apartment builders, who fund the architects, only want to maximise their profits. Which is why there are so many cookie-cutter box buildings.
 
大声笑,有人看了太多保罗·约瑟夫·沃森的视频。
 
您唯一值得赞扬的是,大多数为建筑师提供资金的开发商/建筑商,尤其是公寓建筑商,都只想最大程度地提高利润。这就是为什么有这么多的切饼盒建筑。
 
FoamRoll
@MrDQMYNATOR  Contextually speaking, cathedrals had access to a lot more resources and funding. It's a church, a place of gathering. What are you comparing a church to? 
 
Also,  many European regulations prevent neighbours from building taller; which is why they seem so amazing in their setting.
 
从上下文上讲,大教堂可以获得更多的资源和资金。这是一座教堂,一个聚会的地方。您在将教堂与什么进行比较?
 
同样,许多欧洲法规禁止邻居建高。这就是为什么他们的设计看起来如此惊人的原因。
 
Mouad krikbou
this is veeery beautiful , i am deeply interested in art and beauty , and always found the cubics architecture entities deprived from soul ,and as i merge them with nature they are brought to life , i ve seen some buildings only with conrete ,no coating color which i found veery beautiful as well !!
 
这太美了。我对艺术和美学很感兴趣,我总会发现,那些缺乏灵魂的立方体建筑。当我将它们与自然融合在一起时,它们变得栩栩如生,我见过一些只有混凝土的建筑,没有涂层的颜色我发现它也很漂亮!
 
Tom Kot
One day in the future we will look back on "modern architecture" (soulless boxes) as a mistake
 
将来有一天,我们会回想起“现代建筑”(无灵魂的盒子)是一个错误
 
LIU TIAN HUANG
In love with what he said...soulless match boxes and this reminded me of- the straight line belongs to men, the curved one to God.
 
爱上了他所说的...没有灵魂的火柴盒,这使我想起了直线属于人,曲线属于上帝。
 
Johnny Cheese
That's some awesome star trek design there.
 
那是一些很棒的星际迷航设计。
 
Yuliia Kucherenko
Great talk!! While looking at those beautifully and thoughtful designed building, surrounding boxes started to look especially ridiculous. 
The “dancing” towers prove that you can build both organic, yet urban - for many people per small area. But what I see it requires time and effort. Not just copying one project again and again.
 
I’m from Kyiv, Ukraine and we have a lot left from Soviet Union invasion. You can google it, it looks terrible! Sometimes parts of the city looks like other... cities. Yeah. 
But even new projects are still sometimes repeated throughout the town. I hope that we will change it in the future.
Very inspiring TED talk!
 
很棒的演讲!看着那些精美而周到的设计建筑,周围的盒子开始显得特别荒谬。
 
“跳舞塔”证明了您可以建造有机但又城市化的建筑-每一个小区域可容纳许多人。但是我所看到的需要时间和精力。不仅仅是一次又一次地复制一个项目。
 
我来自乌克兰的基辅,我们有许多前苏联遗留的东西。你可以用谷歌搜索,看起来很糟糕!有时,城市的某些部分看起来与其他城市很类似。是的
 
但是,有时甚至遍布小镇的新的项目也只是在复制。我希望我们将来会改变它。
 
TED演讲很有启发性!
 
 
Kamrul Hasan
Volcano mountain matches with his talk. Other projects is not good enough. Need to be more natural
 
火山与他的演讲相符。其他项目还不够好。需要更多的自然。
 
ZzZ888
The fishes in the second tank would be like, “where the heck are we? I can’t find my way.”
 
第二个鱼缸里的鱼就像:“我们到底在哪里?我找不到路。”
 
Mellia Boom Bot
Amazing, when I started my Sociology degree in 1993 I remember reading in my first text book (Sociology Giddens) about Native Americans and how Teepees because of their angles, made for better perception. Interesting to hear this lovely man so many years later, beautiful buildings and kind to fish.
 
令人惊讶的是,当我于1993年开始获得社会学学位时,我记得在我的第一本教科书(《社会学吉登斯》)中读到了有关美洲原住民以及圆锥形帐篷因其角度的影响而获得了更好的理解。很有趣这么多年以后,听到这个有趣的人,美妙的建筑而且喜欢钓鱼。
 
Stephanie Elizabeth Mann
Beautifully and serenely encapsulating the footprint of our life within the grandeur of the environment.
 
精美而宁静地将我们的生活足迹浓缩在壮丽的风景中。
 
Warlord _AJ
I wish this mindset existed 20 years ago when I was deciding my career. I wanted to do architecture, but was struggling with inspiration. What a great talk.
 
我希望这种心态在20年前我决定职业时就存在。我想做建筑,但一直在努力寻找灵感。真是个不错的演讲。
 
Y’s Gardening
Being someone who was born and raised in China, I am very proud of this “back to the nature” concept, which China has abandoned for 70 years! What concern me is the reality, like the severe pollution, the real estate bubbles, and most of all, the currant political situation. Remember the “tofu-dreg project” led 6898 school buildings collapsed in 2008 during the earthquake, left over 5K school children dead? I admire the design, but my question is the quality of these new construction...
 
作为在中国出生和成长的人,我为中国已经放弃了70年的这种“回归自然”概念感到自豪!我所关心的是现实,例如严重的污染,房地产泡沫,以及最重要的是当前的政治局势。还记得“豆腐渣项目”导致6898所学校建筑在2008年地震中倒塌,导致5K多学童丧生吗?我很欣赏设计,但我的问题是这些新建筑的质量...
 
 
Mentor Man
One of the many reasons I want to visit China 
They bring purpose to their design . . .
 
我想访问中国的众多原因之一
他们为设计带来目的...
 
Its totally inspiring TED! Thanks for uploading!
 
很鼓舞人心的TED!感谢您的上传!
 
Ideoform Sun
I love his designs.  Very beautiful and inspiring.
 
我喜欢他的设计。非常美丽和鼓舞人心。
 
Lunareon
Truly an inspiring talk! I wish all building projects could be done this way, making the buildings fit the landscape instead of forcing the landscape to accommodate the buildings. There are currently several major building projects going on in my city, and instead of trying to blend them into the beautiful surrounding nature, they are blasting away all the rocks, cutting down the trees, and flattening the ground, covering everything with asphalt, gravel and perfectly square tiles. And all the new buildings are identical glass cubes that keep reaching higher and higher, menacingly looming over the tiny passersby like giant monsters. It makes me so sad.
 
真正令人振奋的演讲!我希望所有建筑项目都可以通过这种方式完成,使建筑物适合景观,而不是强迫景观适应建筑物。目前,我市正在进行几个大型建筑项目,它们没有试图将它们融合到周围美丽的大自然中,而是炸毁了所有岩石,砍伐树木并弄平了地面,用沥青,碎石覆盖了所有东西和完美的正方形瓷砖。而且所有的新建筑物都是相同的玻璃立方体,它们不断攀升,越来越险恶地笼罩着像巨型怪物一样的微小路人。这让我很伤心。
 


Toàn Nguyễn Thanh
Perfect! Amazing and respect him architecture
 
完美!太惊人了,尊重他的建筑。
 
Alissa M
Lovely dynamic buildings. Just make the cities more interesting.
 
可爱动感的建筑物。只是让城市变得更有趣。
 
Thungcheo Tsopoe
I need to build one home in the shape of human
 
我需要以人的形式建造一所房屋
 
Stallnig
Definitely all visual marvels of design. As for skyscrapers, I find the concept itself grotesque from a housing and population perspective, so no matter what shape, they will always disgust me.
 
所有设计绝对是视觉奇迹。至于摩天大楼,从住房和人口的角度来看,我觉得这个概念本身很怪诞,因此,无论形状如何,它们总是会让我感到厌恶。
 
aliciabrillante
The volcano building and opera house were my favorites!!! They blended in so well I could hardly find the structure of them.
 
火山大厦和歌剧院是我的最爱!!!它们融合得如此之好,我几乎找不到它们的结构。
 
bình bùi
He changed my mind :))
 
他改变了我的想法。
 
B. M.
Inspiring designs. Quite a union of the natural forms, landscape and functionality.
 
鼓舞人心的设计。确实是自然形态、外观和功能性的完美结合。
 
Hitoshi Yamauchi
Nice looking. I have a few questions: 1. are they sustainable like nature?  2. are these buildings only for rich (always big capital needed)? These are questions about what his nature means: Is his nature defined by the outlook (nice looking)? Or does his nature include function/sustainability/changing/life..? He started a fish story, so I hope his concept about nature covers the latter. I hope there is a follow-up talk.
 
好看,但我有几个问题:1.它们像大自然一样具有可持续性吗?2.这些建筑物是否仅用于富人(总是需要大笔资金)?这些是关于他的天性意味着什么的问题:他的天性是否由外表所定义(好看)?还是他的本性包括职能/可持续性/改变/生活..?他开始了一个鱼的故事,所以我希望他关于自然的概念能够涵盖后者。我希望有一个后续演讲。

 
 
Nick Schrombeck
Good point. There are some grounds to cover yet between the real and the ideal. At this point though an engineer would have to carry the conversation
 
好点子。在真实与理想之间有一些东西被掩盖了。在这一点上,即使是工程师也必须好好谈谈。
 
Huan Bui
I would love to have a follow-up talk when practicing I find myself keep going back to cubicle shape because how efficient it's. From maintain to cost to produce and it's far easier to find interiors.
 
我想要在实践时有个后续的谈话。我发现我一直回到盒子间因为效率高。从维护到生产成本,查找内饰也要容易的多。
 
mau ira
Now I know why there are weird buildings. We need more architects like him.
 
现在我知道为什么有奇怪的建筑物了。我们需要更多像他这样的建筑师。
 
Su Nyein Nwe
Thank you for your initiative. 
One day we can combine ourself with the nature again.
 
谢谢您的主动。
有一天,我们可以再次将自己与自然融为一体。
 
Andréa
wow this is so amazing
 
哇,真是太神奇了
 
Omar El Rifai
We need the cities to look more like this, and the cars to look more like the Cybertruck
 
我们需要更像这样的城市,汽车更像电动卡车(埃隆马斯克发布的)。
 
Роман
Currently, it is critically important to live in harmony with nature. p.s. I wanted to visit China
 
当前,与自然和谐相处至关重要。ps我想去中国
 
Aysel Veliyeva
I really liked his speech which gave me useful informations about architecture.And l reckon he is a perfect artist
 
我真的很喜欢他的演讲,这给了我有关建筑的有用信息。我认为他是一位完美的艺术家
 
William Zhao
I guess this is what Kenneth Frampton described as "arts (architecture) towards pure scenography."
 
我猜这就是肯尼斯·弗兰普顿(Kenneth Frampton)所说的“走向纯粹场景学的艺术(架构)”。
 
Crafting Rises
Question: how would you make a safe and functional elevator that can be shaped as nature should be?
 
问题:您将如何制造安全,功能齐全,形状自然的电梯?
 
Dans Shade
Finally, TED as it used to be. Thanks!
 
最后,TED一如既往。谢谢!
 
Ian Fyffe
I think the way to test if the fish like the tank would be to connect the custom tank to the standard square one and see which tank they spend more time in.
 
我认为测试鱼是否喜欢鱼缸的方法是将定制鱼缸连接到标准方形鱼缸上,然后看看他们在哪个鱼缸上花费了更多时间。
 
Николай Воробьев
These buildings look really awesome
 
这些建筑真的很棒
 
Andrea Morales
So grateful he's taken his creative energy and put it out into the world!
 
非常感激他将自己的创造力投入了世界!
 
Caroline Skoglund
this inspired me to finish my portfolio to apply to architecture school. this is amazing
 
这启发了我完成我的作品集以申请建筑学院。这真太了不起了。
 
Zh L
Let me partly disagree. I, for instance, live in Kharkov, with standard "boxy" buildings built in Soviet Union, that most commenters would hate. Such natural design is, undisputably, beautiful and great. BUT. Is it a necessity? Is it cheap enough to build, to project? For cities like Kharkov, that suffers from severe financial shortages, is it really number one priority? Why isn't any way to make "boxy buildings" look more natural???
 
让我部分不同意。例如,我住在哈尔科夫,那里有苏联人建造的标准“四方形”建筑,大多数评论员都讨厌。这种自然的设计无疑是美丽而伟大的。但。有必要吗?建造便宜吗?对于像哈尔科夫这样遭受严重资金短缺困扰的城市,这真的是第一要务吗?为什么没有办法使“方型建筑物”看起来更自然?
 
 

Cheryl Swindells
Loved this!  Beautiful buildings.  Completely inspiring.
 
喜欢这个!美丽的建筑。完全鼓舞人心。
 
Elliot Alderson
I like The Mad architects Work and the Harbin opera really is a masterpiece, but these are still not fully sustainable buildings, the ambient impact is still big, they still use a huge source of water, electricity and harmful resources to construct this, I hope one day Mr. Yansong's work can be fully sustainable and still preserving the beauty of its design.
 
我喜欢《疯狂的建筑师》和《哈尔滨歌剧院》确实是杰作,但这些建筑仍不能完全可持续发展,对环境的影响仍然很大,他们仍然使用大量的水,电和有害资源来建造这座建筑,我希望有一天,岩松先生的作品可以完全可持续发展,并且仍保留其设计的美感。
 
Leinani
He has such an awesome perspective to merge architecture with nature!!!
 
他有如此出色的视角将建筑与自然融合!!!
 
Simon Jenner
Wonderful to see a unique and refined Chinese approach to architecture. High time this culture reassured a true architectural voice.
 
看到独特而精致的中国建筑方法真是太好了。很长时间以来,这种文化使人对真正的建筑声音感到安心。
 
Refurbished Prototype
I feel like my life started after watching my first TED talk.
 
看完我的第一个TED演讲后,我觉得我的生活开始了。
 
Albert Chen
I work for the Developer that constructed the Marilyn Monroe buildings in Mississauga Toronto!  Thumbs up to Mr Ma!  My company - fernbrookhomes.com
 
我为在多伦多密西沙加(Mississauga Toronto)建造玛丽莲梦露(Marilyn Monroe)建筑的开发商工作!竖起大拇指给马先生!我的公司-fernbrookhomes.com
 
BASSCODE PROJECT
Wow this guy is miles ahead of the competition, And he is showin us the way we should be designing our future
 
哇,这个家伙比竞争对手领先得多,而且他向我们展示了我们设计未来的方式
 
PAUL SF
Ma and Bjarke are the best architects of our times and their works will influence the future architecture. Thank you both for your work and vision!
 
Ma(马岩松)和Bjarke是当代最好的建筑师,他们的作品将影响未来的建筑。谢谢您的工作和远见!
 
Anabela
So great to come back to organic architecture as did Frank Lloyd  Wright!
 
回到有机建筑领域真是太好了,就像弗兰克·劳埃德·赖特(Frank Lloyd Wright)一样!
 
Samuel Christian
Box and rectangular-shaped buildings are commonly used n architecture because they are standard designs but it's also a visual representation of man's attempt to create order and control in nature, which is chaotic and random, so a more nature-inspired building does create a better sense of unity with nature
 
箱型和矩形建筑物是建筑中常用的,因为它们是标准设计,但它也是人类在自然界中创造秩序和控制的尝试的视觉表示,这是混乱和随机的,因此,更多受自然启发的建筑物的确创造了更好的与自然的统一感。
 
user 15481
The reason we don't build buildings like that is because it is too expensive. If we built all our buildings like that in America, half the population would be homeless.
 
And so I wonder how homeownership works in China. Does anyone know?
 
我们之所以不建造这样的建筑物,是因为它太昂贵了。如果我们像在美国那样建造所有建筑物,一半的人口将无家可归。
 
因此,我想知道房屋所有权在中国如何运作。有人知道吗?
 
Tender Turd
Architecture should inspire itself from nature and the vernacular.
 
建筑应该从自然和乡土中激发灵感。
 
The SuitedTruckDriver
Hi, great city with beautiful buildings! Hopefully i will be able to forfill my entrepreneurs dreams in the future and drive to Bejing in my business Truck! (Being developed as we speak!) keep up the good work.
 
嗨,美丽的建筑,伟大的城市!希望我将来能够实现我的企业家梦想,并乘坐我的商务卡车前往北京!(如我们所说的那样发展!)保持良好的工作状态。
 
Wei
Where are you right now? I used to drive from Paris to Beijing 10 years ago and it was a great fun.
 
你现在在哪?我十年前曾经从巴黎开车去北京,那真是太好了。
 
The SuitedTruckDriver
Wei thats cool! My truck is n the making. Finished next year spring.. approx! Trip Sounds like... a Challenge!  Thx
 
太酷了!我的卡车正在制造。明年春天完成。旅途听起来像...一个挑战!谢谢
 
Wei
@The SuitedTruckDriver Just read the Description on your page. Fascinating! I wish you good luck
 
只需阅读页面上的说明。迷人!祝你好运。
 
The SuitedTruckDriver
Wei thanks, i will create updates and show the world our ambition on (truck) wheels!
 
谢谢,我将创建更新并向世界展示我们对(卡车)车轮的抱负!
 
jasonlajoie
Thank you Ma Yansong.
We need all architecture to follow our natural world.
 
谢谢马岩松
我们需要所有建筑来跟随我们的自然世界。
 
Muheeb Kassawat
Me as an architect and a concepts designer my aims and target not to do typical designs but only a unique shapes things than never been designed and be a generator for new idea for future architects
 
我是一名建筑师和概念设计师,我的目标和目标不是进行典型的设计,而是完成从未设计过的独特造型事物,并为未来的建筑师提供新想法。
 
f Forecast
Too many people see a thousand buildings with the same face and don't identify any problems
 
太多的人看到一千面相同的面孔,却没有发现任何问题。
 
Tender Turd
Chinese people have a very interesting perspective on art
 
中国人对艺术的看法非常有趣
 
Michael Hartman
Nice sculptures, but unless it is able to create greater profit, it will not be mainstream. It takes money to make buildings, and those with money want their money back.
 
漂亮的雕塑,但除非能够创造更大的利润,否则它就不会成为主流。建造建筑物需要钱,但投资的人希望钱回来。
 
Al Savery
That's marvelous but I bet there are real engineering innovations behind the scene (like better computer simulation or better building material perhaps) that makes this now possible.  It's not that people in the past love and prefer the box-type building but because they are practical (save money) and more importantly they are structurally safe.  You don't want to invest millions of dollars in building a building that can collapse and kill a lot of people.  What the artist can imagine requires an engineer to make possible.  One day you will see a floating city in the sky and you asked why people in the past never thought of that before... Ah, yeah, that's because it's technologically impossible to do it before.  Before the artist can be a revolutionary, you need a revolutionary engineer.
 
真是太棒了,但是我敢打赌,幕后还有真正的工程创新(例如更好的计算机模拟或更好的建筑材料),这使得这一切成为可能。并非过去的人们喜欢并倾向于盒式建筑,而是因为它们实用(省钱),更重要的是它们在结构上安全。您不想投资数百万美元建造可能倒塌并杀死许多人的建筑物。艺术家想像的需要工程师才能实现。有一天,您会看到天空中漂浮着的城市,并问为什么过去的人们以前从未想过……嗯,是的,因为在技术上不可能做到这一点。在艺术家成为革命者之前,您需要一个革命工程师。
 
 
Vertios
So talented. I also hate those cheap and ugly looking same squared buildings. His buildings have respect for the surrounding environment and landscape. This was pure art.
 
太有才了我也讨厌那些便宜又丑陋的正方形建筑。他的建筑物尊重周围的环境和景观。这是纯艺术。
 
 
MrDQMYNATOR
Sorry but the brown/black "mountain" looks like crap - especially placed next to boxy buildings! - worst possible placement ! - he should have build somewhere else maybe but this is just ridiculous.
 
抱歉,棕色/黑色的“山”看起来像胡扯-特别是放置在四方形的建筑物旁边!-最糟糕的位置!-他也许应该在其他地方建房子,但这太荒谬了。
 
TagusMan
Cool. But those designs don't look pedestrian friendly. They look great to visit and explore but how fast can you get from point A to point B if all the streets are squiggly and all the buildings look like hills.  Old European cities, where architecture and urban design are built on a human scale, are still the prettiest and best cities in which to live.
 
酷。但是这些设计看起来并不适合行人。他们看上去很棒,可以参观和探索,但是如果所有街道都弯曲且所有建筑物都像山丘,那么从A点到B点能走多快。建筑和城市设计以人类规模建造的古老欧洲城市仍然是最美丽,最宜居的城市。
 
Nick Bouzianis
I used to think that culture was separate from nature. Now, nature is becoming culture. Or is culture becoming nature?
 
我曾经认为文化与自然是分开的。现在,自然正在成为文化。还是文化成为自然?
 
MrDQMYNATOR
Here we have my old dilemma: Do i downvote because i disagree with the speech or dislike the design? - or upvote to thank the uploader for maikng it publicly available? clearly TED did nothing wong...
 
这是我的旧困境:我是因为我不同意演讲内容还是不喜欢设计而投票否决?-还是要感谢上传者提供的公开上传功能?显然,TED什么也没做。
 
hong-leong ow-yeang
And they say the Chinese only copy & not creative?? ....another myth western media would have you believe.
 
他们说中国人只能复制而没有创意?....另一个神话西方媒体会让您相信。
 
Laura Zuluaga
People are getting sick of all the contamination; also, are being depressed for all that grey and black cities, we really need more urban architecture inspired by mountains, clouds, and volcanoes!
 
人们已经厌倦了所有的污染;同样,对于所有灰黑色的城市都感到沮丧,我们确实需要更多受山脉,云朵和火山启发的城市建筑!
 
Sannidor
Some designs seem good in concept phase but at execution turn out to look like tumors on healthy, functional tissue of urban space. Not cool.
 
一些设计在概念阶段似乎不错,但在执行时却看起来像是健康,功能正常的城市空间组织上的肿瘤。不酷。
 
Mobile only
Lovely concept however if material does not look earthy and instead shiny like ufo's the intention seems to be lost i.e. continuity with nature. Good luck!
 
可爱的概念但是如果材料看上去不朴实而是像飞碟那样闪闪发亮,那么这种可爱的想法似乎就消失了,即与自然的连续性。祝好运!
 
Олексій Крижановський
It feels like the laugh is artificial, is not it?
 
感觉就像笑是假笑,不是吗?
 
pastor Larry
Again Man getting inspiration from what God has created.
 
人类再次从神的创造中获得灵感。
 
Bobbi Cat
I used to be a huge fan of Ted Talks until I found out that they really are not an organization that promotes new ideas . It's a shame that anything that goes against what mainstream science gets deleted.One great example:  If people still believe that the pyramids were built by Kufu...They need to do some research on their own. God forbid somebody has evidence to show thats not accurate.
 
我曾经是TED演讲的忠实拥护者,直到我发现他们确实不是一个倡导新想法的组织。令人遗憾的是,任何与主流科学相违背的东西都被删除了。一个很好的例子:如果人们仍然认为金字塔是由胡夫建造的……他们需要自己做一些研究。上帝禁止任何人有证据证明这是不准确的。
 
III-GabeN-III
Yea but it's so minimalist and boring though.
No detail just bland shapes.
Architecture died after 1938
 
是的,但是它是如此的简约和无聊。
没有细节平淡的只是形状。
1938年后建筑就死亡了。
 
Pavor
Looks like a bunch of drunk fools designed a building. Nature teaches us a lot about design, pyramids mimic mountains in form AND FUNCTION, not this trash. Clouds? not really known for their structural values. When you put form over function you have failed to be an architect.
 
看起来像一群醉汉设计的建筑物。大自然教给我们很多有关设计的知识,金字塔模仿山脉的形式和功能,而不是垃圾。乌云?并没有真正以其结构价值着称。当您将形态置于功能之上时,您就无法成为架构师。
 
Finn MacCool
Translation: Let's make modern architecture as weird and tasteless as possible so we can try to pass ourselves off as "innovative".
 
翻译:让我们尽可能地使现代建筑变得怪异无味,以便我们尝试以“创新”的方式来炫耀自己。
 
Dj Dawson
please explain to me in smaller word so my simple mind can understand such greatness you just put forth
 
请用较小的词向我解释,以便我简单的头脑可以理解您刚才提出的这种伟大。
 
 
 
 

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