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2017年2月17日
HASSELL旅行奖学金授予新南威尔士大学毕业生Cavan Smith

HASSELL宣布其2017年旅行奖学金,即罗宾·埃德蒙景观设计奖授予来自新南威尔士大学的Cavan Smith。

Cavan从澳大利亚8所参与该奖项评选的大学给出的22提名者中经过面谈之后脱颖而出。他提交的设计方案为“都市耕耘”,其挑战了传统景观设计方法,采用城市农业和林木栽培技术改造悉尼伊夫利北区的一个后工业时代廊道。

该廊道是悉尼公认利用率最为低下地块之一,但也具有巨大的改造潜力。Cavan的设计架构提供了改造策略,让该功用退化地块成为富有产出效益的景观带——通过诸如食材生产、净化空气水源、减少热岛效应和碳封存之类的宏观和微观景观处理方法,让该地块拥有支撑环境的能力。该设计方案架构还可用于建立能够参与自需食物能量生产的社区。

HASSELL董事与景观设计负责人Angus Bruce认为Cavan的设计方案凸显了关于城市改造,尤其是城市密度增加相关的热门问题。

“Cavan将都市农业视为能够支持悉尼未来城市健康发展的重要基础设施之一。他的设计方案让社区参与进来,巧妙地融合了一系列景观设计手法。我们相信Cavan的创意农业方案及其他创新想法,将对我们都市生活的可持续性产生重要的影响,” Angus表示。

Cavan计划利用HASSELL旅行奖学金前往北美学习城市农业和园艺对去工业化、发展乏力的底特律和费城这样的城市所产生的经济、环境和社会方面的积极效益。

“我计划作为志愿者参与三个知名的促进全球城市农业研究和发展的独立项目:汉兹林地(Hantz Woodlands),都市林木园(Urban Arboreta)和费城西区景观项目,” Cavan谈到。

“我们需要模糊农业区、郊区和城区的界线,以期改善城市扩张所带来的环境恶化问题。同时我很高兴看到这些能够改善自然与生态关系的简单的干预手段所蕴藏的巨大能量,”他表示。

 

 

 

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2017年2月3日
新南威尔士州立图书馆总体规划展现全新全球文化目的地

新南威尔士州图书馆委员会昨日宣布已确定将有超过1500万澳元的私人基金注入,在州立图书馆的历史建筑米切尔图书馆楼内建造一流的公共艺术馆。

“在总体规划的指导下,我们更新了标志性的建筑米切尔图书馆,激活了历史空间,保证了所有的参观者能够饱览这座悉尼的地标建筑,以及陈设在内绝妙的文化展品。”委员会主席澳大利亚勋章获得者George Souris阁下表示。

改造后的展览空间将扩大一倍,并提高公众可达的程度,使参观者可以更容易地观赏庞大数量的展品,以及优化通往米切尔图书馆翼楼的动线。

新的规划同时恢复了原入口空间,增加了屋顶吧及功能中心以吸引更多的参观者。

前新南威尔士州立图书馆馆长及首席执行官Alex Byrne说道:“我们与HASSELL设计事务所密切合作,打造了现在的规划方案,在保留历史建筑米切尔图书馆的同时赋予其新的公共空间,用创新的方式为阅读者、研究人员、学生及参观者打造更容易接触我们丰富馆藏的空间。”

HASSELL董事Matthew Todd表示,总规划方案尊重历史,将这幢已有106年历史的砂岩历史大楼进行了保护并赋予其新的活力。
“米切尔图书馆这座悉尼标志性的历史建筑深受人们喜爱,HASSELL设计团队感到非常荣幸能够在这一转型项目中参与协作。文化类的项目对每个城市来说都至关重要,我们也致力于打造人们可以互动的空间,人们喜爱的场所。”他说。

修缮一新的米切尔图书馆大楼将于2018年初对公众开放。点击此处获取更多新南威尔士州立图书馆总体规划的更多信息。

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2017年2月2日
珀斯体育场灯光系统或成为世界最大

珀斯体育场已进入最终的施工阶段,体育场馆的灯已一盏盏亮起,而整个灯光系统将成为世界最大,同时这也是在澳大利亚前所未见的。

设计采用了LED灯光系统而不是常规的灯塔。LED灯光系统于体育场顶整合,照亮位于西澳大利亚可容纳6万人的珀斯体育场。

因此,体育场中将不会出现任何柱子,850盏LED灯可以变幻不同颜色,并在“光环”一般的体育场顶展现特殊灯效。

在和珀斯新闻7频道的访谈中,西澳大利亚洲州长,科林•巴奈特表示,全新的灯光系统“对电视转播及整体灯光都会呈现非常好的效果。”

“敞篷帆布馆顶可以变成一个屏幕。”他说。

新型灯光技术在节能方面也有非常大的贡献 – 和传统灯光系统相比,能够节省60%的能源 – 同时灯泡的寿命相比之下还能更长。
HASSELL董事Peter Dean表示,新的珀斯体育场一定会成为一个位于西澳的世界级地标。

“我们设计了一个’观众优先’的体育场,史无前例的设计元素可以与其它世界级的欧洲体育场馆相匹敌,也将为澳大利亚的体育场馆设立新的基准。”他说。

HASSELL还进行了围绕场馆的整个体育片区的设计,包括位于天鹅河前岸的雪佛龙公园,及新珀斯体育场火车站。

珀斯体育场外立面将于本月竣工,整个珀斯体育场及片区计划于2018年早期对公众开放。

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