韩国光教 Galleria 百货公司大楼
Project Name:Galleria in Gwanggyo __
Location: Gwanggyo, Korea
Client: Hanwha Galleria
Design Firm: OMA
Chief Designer: Chris van Duijn
Above Ground: 73,721㎡
Below Ground: 63,492㎡
Photography by Hong Sung Jun for OMA
项目名称：韩国光教 Galleria 百货公司大楼
摄影： Hong Sung Jun
March 25, 2020 – Department store Galleria, designed by OMA / Chris van Duijn, has opened in Gwanggyo, a new town just south of Seoul. Located at the center of this young urban development surrounded by tall residential towers, the Galleria’s stone-like appearance makes it a natural point of gravity for public life in Gwanggyo.
2020 年 3 月 25 日 – 由 OMA/克里斯·范杜恩（Chris van Duijn）设计的 Galleria 百货公司在首尔南部的新市镇光教正式开幕。 Galleria 光教店位于这新城市发展区的中心，周围被高层住宅包围着，石块般的外形赋予其自然气质，使之成为光教居民生活的一个焦点。
The Gwanggyo store is the sixth branch of Galleria—Korea’s largest upscale department store franchise founded in the 1970s. Sculpted as a stone volume with a textured mosaic stone façade, the building evokes the nature of its neighbouring Suwon Gwanggyo Lake Park. A public route is excavated from the stone volume and connects the public side walk to a roof garden—to include both retail and cultural activities. It introduces an innovative element to the traditional typology of a department store.
Galleria 在 1970 年代成立，是韩国最大的高级精品百货公司品牌。光教店是 Galleria 的第六家分店。大楼 建筑造型犹如石块一般，配合富有肌理和质感的马塞克石材外立面，让人想起邻近的水原光教湖公园的自 然景色。在石材体量上开凿出的公众路线连接公共人行道至天台花园，沿途带来各式零售商业和文化活动 体验。此设计为传统百货公司类型引入创新元素。
The public route has a multifaceted glass façade that contrasts with the opacity of the stone. Through the glass, retail and cultural activities inside are revealed to the city’s passers-by, while visitors in the interior acquire new vantage points to experience Gwanggyo. Formed with a sequence of cascading terraces, the public loop offers spaces for exhibitions and performances.
公众路线有着像经过雕琢的宝石般的多棱玻璃立面，与不透光的石材形成强烈对比。城市的途人可透过玻 璃看到室内的零售和文化活动，而在里面的访客则获得了体验光教城市风光的一个全新观景点。由一连串 渐落的平台组成的公众环路带来展览和表演空间。
OMA Partner Chris van Duijn: “With a public loop deliberately designed for cultural offerings, Galleria in Gwanggyo is a place where visitors engage with architecture and culture as they shop. They leave with a unique retail experience blended with pleasant surprises after each visit.”
OMA 合伙人克里斯·范杜恩表示：「透过特意为文化体验而设的公众环路设计，让 Galleria 光教店成为访客 在享受购物的同时，可与建筑及文化产生互动的地方，让访客每次到访后都留下既愉快又惊喜的独特零售 体验。」
OMA Associate Ravi Kamisetti: “The Public Loop entwines Gwanggyo and the Galleria by making visible and tangible the activities of shopping typically hidden from the city.”
Hanwha Galleria President and CEO Eun Soo Kim: “Galleria Gwanggyo is the largest department store that Galleria has opened in ten years and will play a pivotal role as a core branch providing premium MD lineup and the best VIP facilities and services. In addition, through collaboration with world-class architect OMA, it is well received both domestically and internationally for its creative architecture that is distinct from typical department store format, which applies a new paradigm that ‘transmits light throughout the building through the Public Loop’. Galleria Gwanggyo is the most beautiful department store and is expected to become a unique landmark representing Korea and the world, providing a new inspiration to customers.”
OMA 协理金剎迪（Ravi Kamisetti）表示：「这个公共环路将通常隐藏在商业建筑内的顾客购物活动变为可 见的、有形的，展露予外部城市，让 Galleria 与光教城镇生活紧密联系在一起。」
The project is led by Chris van Duijn, Associate Ravi Kamisetti, and Project Architect Patrizia Zobernig. The local executive architect is Gansam.
项目由合伙人克里斯·范杜恩、协理金剎迪及项目建筑师苏比妮（Patrizia Zobernig）带领设计。本地执行建筑师为 Gansam。