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Snøhetta建筑事务所获得了美国俄勒冈州威拉米特瀑布河道景观规划的设计权,他们的设计重新发现了俄勒冈州的美丽,并将公共场所,就业,住房等功能整合在一起,建成后的项目将为当地服务至少百年时间。俄勒冈州州长和俄勒冈市市长均对这个设计提案赞不绝口,认为该提案不仅让市民重返瀑布,领略其美丽,更是会带动当地的经济发展,具有积极的历史,文化,经济意义。
Design Team Chosen for Iconic Willamette Falls Riverwalk Project
The Riverwalk will allow people access to Willamette Falls, the second-largest waterfall in the U.S. by volume, for the first time in 100 years
(Oregon City, Ore.)—Oregon Governor Kate Brown announced the selection of the design team for the Riverwalk portion of the Willamette Falls Legacy Project today, ushering in the next step in the redevelopment of a significant landmark site near the country’s second largest waterfall. The team of Mayer/Reed, Snøhetta and DIALOG were chosen after an extensive national proposal process conducted this spring, and will begin work this summer on the schematic design of the Riverwalk. When completed, the project will open Willamette Falls to the public for the first time in over 100 years.
Local and regional elected officials and community supporters praised the selection of the team on Friday.



“This is the first step in rediscovering one of Oregon’s most beautiful and significant places,” said Carlotta Colette, Metro Councilor. “We are going to allow people to see Willamette Falls in a way they haven’t been able to experience it for more than a century and create housing, jobs, and public spaces at the same time.”
“I am excited that we have chosen an extraordinary team to help create a world-class Riverwalk to Willamette Falls,” said Oregon City Mayor Dan Holladay. “Providing public access to the Falls will not only allow the public to return to an amazing section of the Willamette River in Oregon City, but will also drive economic investment into the Blue Heron property and surrounding area. “
“Clackamas County is a proud partner and a firm believer in this project’s future potential for our county and for our region,” said Clackamas County Commissioner Tootie Smith.  “Through this collaborative partnership, great progress has been made toward transforming this site and capitalizing on its historic, cultural and economic significance.”
The selection process invited design teams to demonstrate their approach to give the public access to the breathtaking Willamette Falls and the adjacent industrial site.  Mayer/Reed, Snøhetta, and DIALOG envisioned an experientially-rich Riverwalk that not only accesses and amplifies the magnetic power of the Willamette, but also courses through time, stitching together the natural and cultural histories embedded within the Blue Heron site.

令人赞叹的瀑布以及周边工业遗址的概念规划。体验丰富的河道不仅重新挖掘了场所的魅力,还结合场所的文化历史与自然。The design team selection process invited designers to demonstrate their thinking to give the public access to the breathtaking Willamette Falls and the adjacent industrial site. Mayer/Reed, Snøhetta, and DIALOG envisioned an experientially-rich Riverwalk that not only accesses and amplifies the magnetic power of the Willamette, but also courses through time, stitching together the natural and cultural histories embedded within the site and former Blue Heron paper mill. Rendering: Snøhetta


设计虽然处处周到却并未夺去自然和历史的风头,谦逊的设计基于复杂的场地和深厚的历史,首要实现保护,然后再是利用--增建或者拆除,最终完成统一和谐的整合。设计师把瀑布附近历史悠久的废弃工业遗址--蓝鹭造纸厂,改建成为一个包含住宅项目的公共娱乐空间。
这座瀑布也是美国首座实现长距离发电和输电的瀑布,围绕它,在上两个世纪蓬勃发展了各种产业,比如木材,面粉,羊毛,造纸厂还有建材厂。Snøhetta设计团队在设计中融合上述历史,并结合场地的地质,水文,生态故事,将其全面的展示给观光市民:土著人在这里捕鱼,欧洲移民在这里简历定居点,工人和企业家在这里发电建厂。瀑布,大河,景观,经济,环境,历史,融为一体。当然,和美国大多数工项目一直,这个设计最终将是一个广泛的公众参与过程的结果。
“We believe that the site and the history it holds is a sublime, one-of-a-kind landscape that should not be upstaged by the hand of any designer,” commented Michelle Delk, Snøhetta’s Director of Landscape Architecture. “We are inspired by the complex strata of the site and its deep cultural history. By protecting, reusing, reducing, and adding, we will integrate and amplify the site’s strata into the Riverwalk,”
Located at the end of Main Street in Oregon City, the current Willamette Falls Legacy Project site is a cluster of empty industrial buildings, the remnants of the Blue Heron Paper Mill, which was shuttered in a bankruptcy in 2011. The Willamette Falls Legacy Project is a collaboration of four public sector partners (Metro, the Portland-area regional government, the City of Oregon City, Clackamas County and the state of Oregon) and the Blue Heron site’s landowner, Falls Legacy LLC. The project aims to create a Riverwalk that connects people to the falls as well as a Willamette Falls Downtown District with spaces for housing, employers and recreation.
“The upland portions of the site will thrive when their connectivity to the water’s edge, their form, massing and sight lines, and indeed the very fabric of uses eventually embedded in the site, are carefully considered together,” notes Alan Boniface, DIALOG Principal.




Long an important gathering spot and fishing location for Native American tribes, Willamette Falls was also a final destination for many a westward-heading pioneer due to its location at the end of the Oregon Trail. It was also site of the country’s first long-distance transmission of electricity in 1889, when electricity generated by the falls was sent several miles away to Portland. Throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, it was the site of various thriving industries, including lumber, flour, woolen, and paper mills, and a brick-making operation.
“The magnetism of Willamette Falls is the genesis and spirit of place. We will provide an experiential glimpse of the fall’s power, one that transports visitors deep into history and highlights its ephemeral qualities” says Carol Mayer-Reed, Principal of Mayer/Reed.
The design team’s approach showed the falls and the complex material layers of the site as a portal to the Northwest’s collective history. The site’s strata tells the story of deep geology, dynamic hydrology, and vibrant ecology, together forming the spirit of place. It tells the story of Native Americans who first understood the site’s promise, fishing its waters and building deep tradition, as well as that of European immigrants who claimed Oregon City, carving out a grid and building settlements. It tells the story of workers and industrialists who ground flour, drove timber, spun wool, milled paper, and generated electricity. It will tell the story of you – the public - who will help lay down the next historic layer - an experiential riverwalk, foretelling a story of renewed economy, environmental sensitivity, and historic importance.



The idea boards and images generated by the design team demonstrate their thinking and approach to the site.  The final design for the new Riverwalk will be the result of an extensive public engagement process.
Snøhetta and Mayer/Reed are also currently working on Portland’s James Beard Public Market. DIALOG brings international experience designing revitalized post-industrial waterfronts and will provide urban design expertise on the project. DIALOG and Snøhetta are also working together on the Calgary Central Library in Alberta, Canada, currently under construction.
Fo more information on the Willamette Falls Legacy Project, visit www.rediscoverthefalls.org

设计团队以瀑布和现场复杂的要素层次作为整个场地历史的框架,具体植入地质,变化的水文,以及充满活力的生态故事,完善场所精神。
The design team’s approach highlights the falls and the complex material layers of the site, serving as a portal to the Northwest’s collective history. The site’s strata tells the story of deep geology, dynamic hydrology, and vibrant ecology, together forming the spirit of place.
Rendering: Snøhetta

位于主要街道上,早已关闭的蓝鹭造纸厂被重新改建,作为场地历史的一部分荣誉场地,同时将从市中心来的游客与瀑布紧密联系,为场地带来全新可能性与想象空间。
Located along Main Street in Oregon City, the Willamette Falls Legacy Project site is established amongst the remnants of the now closed Blue Heron Paper Mill. The design team envisions a Riverwalk that embraces the rich history of the site while imagining new places and experiences that will connect visitors to the falls and to downtown Oregon City.
Rendering: Snøhetta


面对自然与历史的临河步道。
The Riverwalk will provide an experiential glimpse of Willamette Falls’ power, transporting visitors deep into history and highlighting its ephemeral qualities.
Rendering: Snøhetta


设计师将工业遗址的前身故事披露给民众,在过去,企业家和工人曾在这里生产面粉,木材,纺织羊毛,造纸,发电。如今,工业遗址是伴随河流的全新公共空间。
The formerly industrial site tells the story of workers and industrialists who ground flour, drove timber, spun wool, milled paper, and generated electricity at this location. With the new Riverwalk, it will continue its evolution into a renewed public space.
Rendering: Snøhetta


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