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2018年7月3日
HASSELL庆祝在旧金山成功的第一年

HASSELL在旧金山庆祝我们度过了成功的第一年,并且加强了我们在湾区的设计,设计深受人们喜爱的场所。

HASSELL董事会在旧金山拜访了许多支持我们在美国首个事务所的伙伴,并在笛洋美术馆举办了纪念活动。笛洋美术馆是一座标志性的建筑项目,由董事Mark Loughnan在加入HASSELL之前,在赫尔佐格和德梅隆事务所担任主设的作品。旧金山城镇规划局局长John Rahaim作为嘉宾为我们做了主题演讲。

HASSELL将继续把我们的全球经验、专长以及专业角度带给旧金山以及更广泛的美国市场,解决当今世界,城市——如旧金山面对的独特挑战,城市通过智能、适应性强的设计解决方案重塑空间,以获得长期的韧性为主要目标。

“全球性的城市如旧金山、上海、伦敦和悉尼正面临着复杂的严峻挑战——住房可负担性、迁移、社区信托、越来越高的城市密度及可持续发展问题,以及人们选择生活、休闲及工作的方式正经历着巨大的变革。”HASSELL董事Richard Mullane说。Richard目前于旧金山事务所工作。

“当我们为解决这些问题而提出设计解决方案时,对于我们来说很重要的一点是确保每天使用这些空间的用户,在设计过程中能够一起参与。在旧金山的这一年,我们与社区的负责人形成了伙伴关系,倾听当地人的真实需求。接下来,我们非常高兴有机会与这些负责人及居民合作,为他们设计能够带来社会、经济及文化价值的场所。”HASSELL董事Martin Lee说,他目前也于旧金山事务所工作。

HASSELL参与了时长一年的城市韧性设计湾区挑战赛,从旧金山湾区开展了我们在旧金山的设计工作。这是一项由社区成员、政府部门和当地、全美及国际专家一同协作的研究设计项目,旨在寻求创新的解决方案以应对气候变化对旧金山湾区带来的影响。

城市韧性设计评审委员会这样评论HASSELL+团队的工作,“这支国际队伍对于事物的好奇心以及与社区真诚的互动,让城市开始面对应对气候变化的真相、工业转型以及设立重要的当地设施——国际机场、生物科技园,并保护山川。”

HASSELL旧金山事务所正在招聘人才,并期待与当地设计事务所协作。

 
2018年7月2日
HASSELL向火星生活更进一步

HASSELL入围火星首个人类居所设计大赛,该项目为美国航空航天局(NASA)3D打印世纪挑战赛中的一个环节。

这项国际竞赛由美国布拉德利大学代表NASA举办,面向设计团队征集方案,运用火星上的材料或火星登录器的回收材料为四名宇航员设计居住及工作环境。

HASSELL和结构工程公司Eckersley O’Callaghan共同设计了外壳部分,可完全由自动机器人使用火星的风化层建造,在一定程度上保护宇航员免受火星恶劣环境的影响。

一经着陆,宇航员能够使用可充气的‘隔舱’迅速搭建建筑内部,这些隔舱能够满足在火星上日常生活和工作的所有需求。

HASSELL设计科技及创新负责人Xavier de Kestelier表示,火星世纪挑战赛是将人类元素融入宇宙空间设计的一次求之不得的良机。

“太空空间设计通常非常注重实用性。关注点不在于人,而在于实现科技及机器的最佳性能和最高效率。” Xavier说。

“我们着力为宇航员打造一个不仅性能高、同时具备一定舒适度和亲切感的火星环境。宇航员将在这个充满安全感和配备精良的环境中进行空间探索史上最重要的工作。”

HASSELL现已入围前十。前五位入围方案将于2018年7月公布,最终获胜方案将于2019年1月揭晓。

更多信息请前往NASA官网:NASA.gov

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