「在未来，我们是否仍居住于城市却向往著自然生活；抑或我们将离开城市，选择自然环境并建构乌托邦生活？城市与自然之间的平衡关系在过去二十年中发生极大的变化，随著交通方式的提升、城乡网络的串联、数位产品的改变，不管是居住品味或视觉喜好皆发生扁平化的现象，在今日，我们是否仍有必要讨论著差异性的存在？此次展览藉由人文景观与自然环境下的“隐像感知”作为观察点，尝试在扁平化的社会中重新提出一种面对未来的生活方式。」 ─ 洪人杰
“In the future, we will still live in the city but yearn for natural life; or we will leave the city to choose the natural environment and construct an utopian life? The balance between city and nature has changed greatly in the past two decades. With the improvement of transportation, the connection of urban and rural, and the change of digital products, both residential tastes and visual preferences have become flattened. Today, it is still necessary for us to discuss the existence of differences or not? By discussing the ‘Invisible Sensibility’ in our society and natural environment, this exhibition content tries to give another view of living to face the future in this flattened society.” ─ Jenchieh Hung
▼从商场望向展馆，view to the micromuseum from the mall © 杨滚
▼项目概览，overview © 杨滚
“隐像感知：同济建筑的未来性”展馆座落于由英国建筑师福斯特建筑事务所（Foster + Partners）和海德威克设计工作室（Heatherwick Studio）共同设计的上海外滩金融中心（Bund Finance Center）建筑群。该建筑群延续外滩典型立面风格，以石材与黄铜呈现上海繁华与富丽的风采。
Invisible Sensibility ─ Futurity of the College of Architecture and Urban Planning (CAUP) Tongji University and Fosun Architecture Micromuseum is located in the Bund Finance Center, designed by British architects Foster + Partners and Heatherwick Studio. With stone and brass presenting the opulence and grandeur of Shanghai, these buildings continue the typical façade style of the Bund.
▼展板，panels © (上)杨滚、(下)韦辰熹
Invisible Sensibility ─ Fosun Architecture Micromuseum consists of two integrated L-shaped blocks. On the front of the white box, there are two elongated rectangular openings, while the openings suggest two axes in different directions, with one providing a quiet ‘dark space’ with music of insects and birds, and the other a ‘light space’ where the models of the exhibition are discernible. The dark and light spaces coincide with a number of texts springing up on the façade, in the form of a gradual floating pattern that implicitly reveals the connection between the two spaces, both inside and outside, as well as transforming the traditional display boards of the exhibition into an iconic design.
▼洞口连接暗明两个空间，the opening connects two opposite space © 韦辰熹
On entering the ‘dark space’, the walls on either side narrow the interior, creating a sense of tension; walking inside, it is dark as night and the sound of insects and birds can be heard. At this point, the sense of hearing replaces the sense of sight, offering an experience of the site that is different from daily life. Deeper into the space, a long and thin opening provides a ray of white light to replace something behind the black walls, and then at the height of waist, a large number of architectural models can be viewed through the narrow and long opening.
▼细长开口提供独特光影效果，the narrow opening with unique light and shadow © 韦辰熹
▼“暗空间”连接著建筑展示模型，the “dark space” to link architecture models © 杨滚
Walking to the other side of the box, which is the ‘light space’, the opening is lit by clean white light. Through the narrow and long opening in the white wall figures on the opposite side of the wall can be spot and the sight of them can be caught. On its stand are several models of undulating buildings, interconnected with the opening in the ‘dark space’, so that it becomes clear that the dark and light spaces provide visual and auditory penetration.
▼由暗至明，spaces from dark to light © 杨滚
▼“明空间”包含著高低起伏的建筑模型与细长洞口，the “light space” contains undulating architecture models and a narrow opening © 韦辰熹
This pure box with darkness and light is a metaphor for the relationship between nature and the city: they are two sides of the same coin, hiding each other and replacing each other. When the first structure is built in nature, it is like the first light in the darkness of the night; when one looks back at nature from the city, one is filled with longing and anticipation. The exhibition provides a secluded space for visitors to perceive, suggesting how they can move between the city and nature, capturing the differences in place as a metaphor for the waxing and waning of the boundary between nature and the city.
▼相异的图纸尺寸有如一个个展示“孔洞”，different drawing size looks like holes © 韦辰熹
▼总平面图，site plan © HAS design and research
▼平面图，floor plan © HAS design and research
设计公司：HAS design and research
参与者：洪人杰（Jenchieh Hung）、Kulthida Songkittipakdee、窦中君
照明顾问：刘采菱（Jenna Tsailin Liu）
Project name: Invisible Sensibility ─ Fosun Architecture Micromuseum
Design company: HAS design and research
Team: Jenchieh Hung, Kulthida Songkittipakdee, Zhongjun Dou
Lighting consultant: Jenna Tsailin Liu
Client: Fosun Foundation
Host: Fosun Foundation, Tongji University College of Architecture and Urban Planning
Curator: Jenchieh Hung, Kulthida Songkittipakdee
Project location: Bund Finance Center S1; 600 Zhongshan East 2nd Rd, Huangpu District, Shanghai
Site area: 700 sq.m.
Gross built area: 50 sq.m.
Design year: 2019
Completion year: 2021
Text: Zhihui Jiang
Photo credits: Gun Yang, Chenxi Wei