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Rockbourne Mews 是一个城市闲置地段再开发项目，三栋包括生活和办公的房屋围绕一片多功能室外公共庭院，形成了这个小小的可持续发展社区。建筑采用三层玻璃，并在墙面、地面和屋顶设置高性能保温层，保证建筑在获得充足的自然光照的同时，满足人们对于保温隔热的需求。
Rockbourne Mews is a redevelopment of an urban brownfield site with a small sustainable community of 3 live/work houses arranged around a multi-functional shared outdoor courtyard. The buildings create a balance between natural light and thermal performance by using triple glazing as well as high performance insulation to walls, floors and roof.
▽建筑外观，external view of the building
Land-locked on all sides, the architects had the challenge of providing light to each room, without compromising privacy and outlook; in a scheme conversant with its patchwork context, constructed with the sensitivity which accompanies 32 Party Wall Awards, and delivered on an ambitious budget.
▽鸟瞰，与周边区域向协调，bird view, being harmony with the context
▽社区入口，进入庭院，entrance of the community, enter the courtyard
The communal courtyard is landscaped with a geometric mix of resin-bound gravel and , connecting back to brick piers. The beds provide footholds from which climbing plants grow, supported on a treillage mesh, which branches across the face of the buildings, tracing out the motif of the elevations and providing privacy and shade to occupants. The geometric pattern features in project graphics, textile-prints and also in the clients’ wedding rings.
▽庭院地面呈几何图样，植物爬上墙壁，geometric pattern of the courtyard landscape, plants climb across the face of the building
Central to each of the open plan ground floors is a semi-private outdoor room / courtyard. This loggia space is multifunctional, serving as a grand entrance porch, an external terrace, an extension to the living space and as an atrium to the surrounding rooms. The flying brick beams of houses, define the boundary of the private and communal space, creating a clear gateway without barriers.
Each house is tailored to its position on the site, fashioned from the same building fabric, and gathered together using a common design thread. Atypical to a traditional mews, the designs are light and airy, with a high proportion of glazing to solid. The pale ‘stock’ bricks and glazing reflect light into the communal courtyard even during winter months.
▽生活空间，大开窗让阳光充满室内，living space, large window bringing sunlight into the rooms
▽室内空间也可获得光照，interior spaces could recieve sunlight as well
The large two-storey triple-glazed window openings are framed by slender brick piers, which are braced by the construction of the first floor. The steel structure and bespoke masonry supports over the curved roof were designed in 3D to accurately unite the crafted brickwork geometry of the inclined beams. Lifted in two corners to bring light into the living space, this roof is finished internally with a softly reflective, biscuit-jointed ‘armadillo’ ceiling.