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2019年7月5日
HASSELL宣布七位新任董事

国际设计公司HASSELL近期在全球十个事务所同期开展的员工晋升中,有七位最具才华的团队成员被任命为新董事。

在澳大利亚各事务所中,Natalie Busch、Ed Mitchell、Evodia Alaterou以及Keith Allen被任命为董事,在亚洲各事务所中,王翀、Tamagin Blake-Smith和Klevis Koco被任命为董事。

不久前,伦敦事务所任命了Rebecca Mortimore和Mike Wood为董事。

HASSELL总裁Steve Coster说,各位新晋董事代表了我们对战略智能以及创意设计方面的关注。这些同事展现出了强有力的领导才能以及对HASSELL文化的广泛影响,同时他们在赢取和交付项目方面有着杰出的表现,为我们的客户创造价值。

“他们的晋升是对其在全球致力于设计深受人们喜爱的优秀场所这一企业远景上做所的贡献,也是对他们迄今为止所作出成绩的认可,相信他们今后将持续作出重要贡献。”Steve说。

“今年,从晋升的人数上也能看出,我们在放权和培养人才方面的信心,同时这也反映了整个公司及各地区事务所之间更好的平衡。”他说。

任命详情请见下文:

Natalie Busch
Natalie在珀斯事务所工作,加入HASSELL已有13年。她在HASSELL担任景观设计的领导,并与许多我们的忠实客户密切合作,运用她在建筑设计以及城市设计两方面的专业知识,打破传统的设计边界。她主要负责的项目包括Karratha健康医疗园区以及Fiona Stanley医院。

 

Tamagin Blake-Smith
Tamagin在HASSELL的各事务所均为人所熟知 — 他对优秀项目成果孜孜不倦的追求,同时在设计过程中,为客户争取最大的利益。在过去的八年中,Tamagin在商业办公及教育领域,时刻关注任何动态趋势,建立其与能够驱动在新加坡的客户如奥雅纳及GSK改变之间的联系。

 

王翀
王翀在HASSELL中国区一直担任领导的角色,尤其在城市设计和公共空间专业领域。王翀拥有建筑设计以及城市设计双学位,曾在荷兰以及爱尔兰工作,她将广泛多样的、国际化的工作方式运用至工作中。在她于HASSELL上海事务所工作的八年时间里,王翀在与各重要客户的合作中,上海东岸投资(集团)有限公司以及华润(深圳)有限公司等,发挥着重要的作用。

 

Ed Mitchell
Ed加入HASSELL已有11年,在阿德莱德事务所工作后,现于墨尔本事务所工作。Ed在墨尔本事务所活跃的文化氛围中发挥了重要的作用,同时他在项目工作中展现出其强烈的使命感,如墨尔本市政厅、阿德莱德动物园以及近期完成的项目竞赛阿德莱德现代美术馆。

 

Klevis Koco
Klevis于2015年加入HASSELL上海事务所,之前他已在中国生活工作了逾12年。他将国际化思维切实带到了工作中,他能熟练使用五种语言 — 母语为阿尔巴尼亚语以及英语、中文、意大利语和法语。Klevis在他领导和参与的项目设计过程中展现出好奇心、热情以及深思熟虑的考量,并获得优秀的设计成果,其中包括近期在上海的办公塔楼项目。

 

Evodia Alaterou
Evodia具备极强的能力来通过与客户开展战略咨询工作来赢取项目并为项目创造价值。她拥有建筑以及环境心理学双学位,并对商业和用户有着极大的兴趣,从而为项目挖掘突破传统的创新设计方式,如奥雅纳IAG以及墨尔本大学。Evodia尤其关注企业的变革,并凭此在HASSELL工作的7年中与客户建立了长期稳定的关系。

 

Keith Allen
我们常常会在设计墙周围看到Keith,拿着笔不断测试新的想法,并带动其他同事一起这么做。加入HASSELL布里斯班事务所工作的14年中,他运用创新设计解决方案来解决复杂的问题,展示出对于交付优秀设计成果的极大热情以及投入。在最近的跨河轨交项目的投标过程中,Keith在建筑概念的成型以及车站的设计特点方面发挥了极大的作用。

从左至右:Klevis Koco、Natalie Busch、Keith Allen、王翀、Ed Mitchell、Evodia Alaterou以及Tamagin Blake-Smith

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