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2018年10月19日
西澳大利亚新博物馆悬浮美术馆施工进程

西澳大利亚新博物馆悬浮美术馆的钢结构已搭建完成。

西澳大利亚新博物馆悬浮美术馆的最后一部分重达30吨的钢结构框架已于本周搭建完成。悬浮美术馆设置于博物馆历史保护建筑之上,使新旧建筑之间的关系更和谐。

美术馆内的展览空间将展出关于西澳大利亚全球关联机构的展品与故事。

高达45米钢结构的就位是美术馆施工过程中十分重要的时刻。该博物馆由HASSELL及OMA联合设计,预计于2020年对公众开放。
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2018年10月5日
Mark Wolfe将担任2018世界航空城峰会主席并发表演讲

HASSELL董事Mark Wolfe受邀担任2018世界航空城峰会主席。

2018世界航空城峰会将于10月9日至12日在新加坡举行,旨在汇聚全球航空城项目主要利益相关方的领导和决策者,包括城市发展局/发展部、机场运营方、项目开发商及投资方等。

峰会将邀请来自各国的嘉宾就不同的主题发表演讲,分享超过18个国际案例、举办四个独立的研讨会、以及多个圆桌会议和商务交流机会,使与会者在航空城项目的规划及开发方面能得到最大收获。

作为峰会主席,Mark每日会对与会者及演讲嘉宾发表演讲。另外,他还会主持专题讨论会,并在“可持续的航空城 — 以人为本的设计策略”的专题活动中发表演讲。

2018峰会将聚焦社会经济可持续的航空城项目的概念及规划阶段、施工开展及商业模式落地等相关过程,以及在此过程中必然存在的诸多挑战。

在这些挑战中,主要的问题在于社会经济学分析及预期、适用的经济发展模型考量、可用地范围及土地征收、有效的用地规划及空间优化、投资管理及融资模式、物业租赁及分区规划、环境及航空管制要求、有效的交通基建模型及开发等。

Mark说道,峰会将重点关注当前正在全球各地进行的航空城项目。

“樟宜机场T5航站楼、西悉尼机场以及伦敦希思罗机场扩建等重大项目正在全球如火如荼地展开,借此峰会在当前讨论这些项目对本地及周围人群可能带来的社会经济影响是再好不过了。”Mark说。

“我非常荣幸受邀成为本次峰会的主席,这是一次与航空业人士互相交流及建立联系的难得机会。”他说。

点击此处获取关于峰会的更多信息。

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