成都如意桥景观设计 | 中筑华恺建筑设计
Ruyi Bridge is located at Tianfu 2nd Street near the Jian’nan Road intersection in the High-tech Zone of Chengdu, south of CR Phoenix City. The bridge crosses Tianfu 2nd Street, and the main bridge is facing the greenway of Dayuan Central Park.
▲项目总览，overall of the project © 存在建筑
The design concept is called Sound of Panpipes, as the facade design is inspired by the Chinese Panpipes witch is one of the traditional Chinese musical instrument. The undulations and fluttering of the body are like the flow of music rhythm, fresh and elegant. It shaping a functional urban sculpture. Viewed from the air, the bridge seems just like a Ruyi embedded in the city. Ruyi, a Chinese traditional S-shaped ornamental object, usually made of jade, formerly a symbol of good luck. Bridge like this shape with the meaning that all things are going smoothly and good luck.
▲项目鸟瞰，aerial view of the project © 存在建筑
There are 2 spans of the main bridge crosse Tianfu 2nd Street. To facilitate the pedestrian crossing, both sidewalks disposed spiral stairways with inclination 1:4 to 1:12. On the other hand, in order to connect the greenways on both sides of the street, 2 bicycle ramps are installed with inclination 1:12 at the ends of the main bridge. The bridge connects Dayuan Park on the south to the urban space and green landscape on the north side. The pedestrian and bicycle lanes are connected and continued.
▲桥梁连接了公园与城市空间及绿地，The bridge connects Dayuan Park to the urban space and green landscape © 存在建筑
▲人行步道及自行车绿道得以连接和延续，The pedestrian and bicycle lanes are connected and continued © 存在建筑
Line A is 213m in length, 0.55m width is reserved on both sides of the bridge deck, railings and light poles are installed, and the sub-joint piers are partially widened. The bridge is arranged in three sections: the first joint span is 2×8.5+4×10m =57m, made of continuous concrete hollow slab, the beam height is 0.6m, the passage width is 2.48~4.24m; second joint span layout 15+21+21+16m=73m, made of continuous steel box girder, the beam height is 1.1m, the passage width is 5.23~9.23m; the third joint span is 5×10m=50m, made of continuous concrete hollow slab, the beam height is 0.6m, and the passage width is 2.82~3.73m.
▲由道路看A线，viewing the Line A from the road © 存在建筑
▲由公园看A线，viewing the Line A from the park © 存在建筑
Line B starts from Dayuan Central Park and connects to the second connection of Line A flyover, and merges into Line A flyover. Line B has a total length of 76m, using reinforced concrete continuous hollow slabs, 0.55m width is reserved on both sides of the bridge deck, railings and light poles are installed, the bridge is arranged in two sections: the first joint span is 12+9m=21m, and the beam height is 0.6m, the second span is 9.5+13+12+12m=46.5m, the beam height is 0.6m, and the passage width is 2.7~4.49m.
▲由公园看B线，viewing the Line B from the park © 存在建筑
▲由公园看C线，viewing the Line C from the park © 存在建筑
▲桥下空间，space under the bridge © 存在建筑
Line C starts from the pedestrian green belt on the north side of Tianfu Second Street and connects to the third line of the A-line flyover, and merges into the A-line flyover. The C line is 42m in length, 0.55m width is reserved on both sides of the bridge, railings and light poles are installed, and the bridge is arranged in a single connection: using reinforced concrete continuous hollow slab, the span layout is 3×10m=30m, and the beam height is 0.6m , The passage width is 2.36~3.15m.
▲桥上空间概览，overall of the space on the bridge © 存在建筑
▲全程无障碍，方便行人过街，the whole journey is convenient for pedestrians to cross the street © 存在建筑
▲项目细部，details of the project © 存在建筑
In May 2016, this bridge was subordinated to the Chengdu High-tech Zone Major Landscape Improvement Project and was reported by many media. It was officially named “Ruyi Bridge”. The project was completed in February 2018, and was re-focused on a number of media outlets with the Chengdu Hi-tech Zone Green Road Signature Node.
▲夜景，night view © 存在建筑
▲平面图&立面图，plan and elevation © 中筑华恺建筑设计
▲节点大样，details of the sections © 中筑华恺建筑设计
面积: 1151 m²
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