新闻 / 2017年4月
2017年4月26日
英国天空广播公司总部大楼(Sky Central)赢得英国办公协会大奖

由HASSELL进行室内设计的英国天空广播公司总部大楼 (Sky Central)项目规模达45,000平方米,赢得英国办公协会(BCO)办公类别设计大奖。

奖项于4月25日周二在伦敦Park Lane希尔顿大酒店进行颁发。奖项的颁发代表了HASSELL具有前瞻性的国际化的设计视野得到了认可。‘颠覆性’的总部大楼,作为容纳其7,500名员工的大型“总部园区 (Sky Campus)”的企业中心。

大楼的建筑概念来自英国AL_A建筑事务所,PLP建筑事务所则担纲了项目室内及室外执行建筑师的角色,而HASSELL设计团队则从办公设计角度出发,为天空广播公司的员工营造联接感及归属感。设计成果呈现出一片高度灵活及互联的空间,充满能量并出人意料,同时保持了整体的简洁、直观及以人为中心的宗旨。

英国办公协会的主要目标为定义卓越的办公空间,年度大奖项目提供了顶尖的设计及实用性能够被大众所认可的机会,同时在办公领域设立新的杰出的标准。

图片:Hufton and Crow

 
2017年4月12日
悉尼戏剧公司将迎来逾6000万澳元改造

HASSELL为悉尼戏剧公司进行的改建设计方案近期公布,改造预计花费将达6000万澳元,其中3000万澳元由新南威尔士州政府出资。

悉尼戏剧公司位于The Wharf码头区,本次改建也是三十年来悉尼戏剧公司的首次重大升级。码头区域的五分之四已由新南威尔士州政府建筑部协同建筑设计师Vivian Fraser进行改造,将原来二十世纪之初的木结构货物码头大楼进行升级。

HASSELL董事Ken McBryde说道,本次改造不仅仅使空间更为现代化,更重要的是保留其历史印记。

“位于Walsh Bay的码头是悉尼历史遗迹中颇为重要的一部分,该处的改建也受到许多建筑类大奖认同。我们的设计将此处空间升级至国际标准,同时沿承悉尼戏剧公司首位戏剧导演Richard Wherrett的最初愿景,”他表示。

Wharf码头区历史遗迹的重要程度,以及由Vivian Fraser操刀设计并获得Sulman建筑设计奖的建筑方案,加上Walsh Bay的壮丽景色,均是The Wharf成功的主要因素。

此次升级完成后,将加强剧院的整体体验,升级还将包括打造新的剧院大厅及休息室,升级行政办公室,增加两个公共入口,以及Hickson路上设置更为舒适的迎客入口。剧院的天花也将进行抬高,以便设置更大型的剧场设施。

 

 

 

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