OFFICE真相专辑 NO.4 — Oyler Wu Collaborative

世界上有趣,创新的事务所及工作室在一个怎样的环境中以怎样的模式进行工作? gooood为您奉上第四辑–OYLER WU COLLABORATIVE–“手动实验实践是我们最根本的理念,也是我们成长和发展的关键。”

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世界上有趣,创新的事务所及工作室在一个怎样的环境中以怎样的模式进行工作?
gooood为您奉上<OFFICE真相>专辑。这是第四辑OYLER WU COLLABORATIVE。
 
非常感谢OYLER WU COLLABORATIVE予gooood分享以下内容。
Appreciation towards OYLER WU COLLABORATIVE for providing the following description:
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Firm Bio
Dwayne Oyler and Jenny Wu established the architecture and design firm of Oyler Wu Collaborative in
Los Angeles in 2004. The office has been published globally and is recognized for its experimentation in
design and innovative strategies.  Their current work ranges from small scale installations to large scale
commercial and residential buildings in the US and Asia.  Jenny Wu received a Bachelor of Arts from
Columbia University and a Master of Architecture from Harvard University Graduate School of Design. 
Dwayne Oyler received a Bachelor of Architecture from Kansas State University and a Master of
Architecture from Harvard University Graduate School of Design.

Both partners currently teach design studio at the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc).

Their book, Pendulum Plane, was published in 2009 by the Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban
Design, and most recently, a book entitled, reALIze, was published in 2011.  In 2010, they received the
first annual “Arch Is” award given by the AIA Los Angeles for emerging talents in architectural design. 
They have been invited to lecture at the University of Southern California, Texas Tech, Tamkang
University, and Arizona University.  The office has recently exhibited at the Beijing Biennale, the
Guggenheim Museum in New York, and the London Festival of Architecture.
Oyler Wu Collaborative由Dwayne Oyler 和 Jenny Wu于2004年在洛杉矶成立。办公室的设计以及创新在全
球范围得到了认可。项目分布在美国和亚洲,从小尺度装置到大型的商业及住宅项目均有涉猎。Jenny Wu
在哥伦比亚大学获得文学学士学位,在哈佛大学获得建筑学硕士学位。Dwayne Oyler在卡萨斯州立大学获
得建筑学学士学位,在哈佛大学获得建筑学硕士学位。
办公室的两位合伙人都在南加州建筑学院(SCI-Arc)任教。他们的第一本著作《Pendulum Plane》在2009年
出版,最近,2011年他们出版了另外一本著作《reALIze》。2010年,他们荣获AIA 洛杉矶建筑新人“Arch
Is”奖。
他们被邀请至南加州大学,德克萨斯技术大学,淡江大学,亚利桑那大学演讲。办公室最近参加了北京双年
展,纽约古根海姆以及伦敦建筑节的展出。
 
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Office
The office of Oyler Wu Collaborative is located on a vibrant commercial street in the design-oriented Silver
Lake area of Los Angeles.  The building itself has been a project for the office and involves an ongoing
series of interventions and transformations, beginning with the renovation of the building and growing to
include a fence, with several (constantly evolving) additions in the works.  The building includes the design
office of Oyler Wu, as well as a private residence on the second floor.  The exterior of the building is an
austere two-story volume clad in fiber-reinforced cement board with deep, recessed aluminum windows. 
The interior of the building combines exposed 1930’s wood frame construction with simple modern
detailing.
办公室坐落在洛杉矶银湖区充满活力的街道上,办公室建筑本身就是事务所的改建作品,此外建筑外围的围
栏也由事务所设计。建筑一层是设计办公室,二层是私人住宅。建筑外观是朴素的水泥纤维增强板,铝合金
窗户深嵌其中,内部则暴露出1930年代的简洁现代的木结构。
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Design Philosophy
Relocating from New York to Los Angeles in 2004, our office has utilized the last seven years to establish
a way of working that is committed to experimentation through a relentless hands-on approach to our
work.  Heavily invested in academia (currently both of us teach at Sci-Arc, the Southern California Institute
of Architecture ), we consider it our obligation as instructors and architects to not only put ideas forward,
but to test their application.  We believe that ideas find their greatest potency through the feedback of
human experience, material resistance, and iterative processes. 
Eager to test our ideas, and impatient in our desire to see the effects of our work, our office has turned to
our own love of building to transform small projects with modest budgets into a testing ground for our
ideas.  Los Angeles, Sci-Arc, and most recently, Taipei, have served as an invaluable test bed for our
ambitions.  Most of our installations are work that we have built ourselves.  This way of working has grown
out of necessity, an insistence on detail driven work on small budgets, and out of the desire to allow the
design process to continually respond to feedback provided by the fabrication process.  The lack of
conventional separation between the architectural and construction fields has allowed us to use the
construction phase as an extension to the design process.  It has also provided a more direct translation
of ideas from digital form to reality, while ensuring a level of articulation often difficult to achieve through a
more conventional means of construction. It has been a period of material discovery, invention, and
experimentation that comes only through the difficult, but profoundly rewarding task of realizing the work
on a given site.  Most importantly, that knowledge brought with it new concepts for building that went
beyond the material itself- one that is interested in extending the role of experimental work to better
engage ideas of use and human engagement.
In the past 6 years, our office has expanded on the initial ideas to include larger and more robust projects.
The office continues to rely on the constant exchange between design and making, often with small
intense installations being built alongside the design of large scale projects.  We believe that this
insistence on hands-on experimentation should remain one of our most fundamental philosophies and is
the key to our continued growth and evolution.
从2004年建立到现在的7年之间,办公室一直坚持将手动实验融入到工作中。在学术界(两位合伙人都在
SCI-Arc任教),他们认为老师不仅仅要让学生提出自己的想法,还应该让他们实践。他们相信思想发挥最
大效力需要经过自身实践,突破物质阻力,反复推进。
他们渴望实现自己的想法,于是迫不及待的在自己的办公室改建项目上进行了实践。洛杉矶,SCI-Arc,最
近还有台北,都为建筑师的想法提供了实践的温床。在有限预算中坚持细节,在建造过程中不断的修正设
计,都是事务所坚持的工作方式。建筑和建造之间的分隔使得事务所把施工阶段看成设计阶段的延伸。这同
时也将想法实现得更彻底,并保持了一个通常难以达到的高完成度。在一个工作上经过发现,创造,实践这
一系列不易的进程,获得了巨大的收获。最重要的是,这些知识赋予建筑的新概念是超越物质本身的,工作
的范畴已被超越,人更好的发挥与执行了思想。
在过去的6年中,办公室已经按照最初的计划接受更大更多的项目。但是对待设计和制造的态度依然未变,
在大尺度的项目旁边就是激进的装置项目。手动实验实践是建筑师最根本的理念,也是他们成长和发展的关
键。
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Current and Completed Projects
Their recently completed projects in 2010 include reALIze, a traveling art installation based on the face of
Muhammad Ali consisted of 1400 punching bags suspended in space,  Anemone, a public art installation
in Taipei, and most recently, Netscape, the 2011 SCI-Arc graduation pavilion in Los Angeles. Their
previous projects, including Density Fields(2007), Pendulum Plane (2008), and Live Wire (2008), have
been published internationally, from Time Magazine to Wired.
Their current projects include a 16 story residential tower in Taipei, Taiwan, commercial master plan of a
resort in Ningbo, China, media offices in Los Angeles, a residence in New York, and several architectural
installations in Taipei and Los Angeles.
最近完成的项目有:2010年–装置艺术reALIze,将1400个拳击套挂在空中,组成拳王阿里的头像;此外还
有在台北的公共艺术装置Anemone。2011年在洛杉矶完成了SCI-Arc毕业典礼临时大亭Netscape。以前的
项目还有Density Fields(2007), Pendulum Plane (2008), Live Wire (2008), 通过时代周刊面向国际进行了发
表。
目前的项目包括:台湾台北16层住宅大厦;中国宁波度假商业区总体规划;位于洛杉矶的媒体办公室;位
于纽约的公馆;以及在台北和洛杉矶的一些建筑设施。
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ORDOS 100 #23
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Live Wire
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Pendulum Plane
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(left)Anemone(right)16 story residential tower   Taipei
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