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2017年12月15日
小小市民设计的城市:2017 deTour设计节

HASSELL以香港最著名的九龙城寨为原型设计了为期两天的工作坊,在deTour创意设计节中开放,各个年龄段的小朋友参加了工作坊的活动,打造他们心目中的城市环境。

基于城市密度、社区及分享的理念,我们探索了打造社区需要哪些条件,以及在人口密度超高的地区如何在某种程度上实现混沌与和谐的共存。

本次工作坊给孩子们提供了一次动手的机会,充分发挥想象力以及对空间的理解,创建他们自己在九龙城寨里的小布景,制作出真实或超现实的作品。

最后,我们得到了许多游玩、休憩、社交以及互动的空间与大自然相融合,我们将这些小布景进行组合,所有的作品组成了一幅“deTour城寨”,作为deTour艺术节的重要展品之一在展期内展出。

“作为城市未来的市民,HASSELL相信城市在进行规划设计时,小朋友们的意见需要越来越被重视。我们在deTour设计节上举办这样的互动工作坊正是能够了解小朋友们需求的最佳途径。”HASSELL董事何颖珩女士说。

点击查看《群英筑志》《城市未来》中“拓展的领域”中的活动,如我们和Archikidz协作举办的活动(小房子,大创意)。

 
2017年12月4日
Footprints: 香港音乐艺术节中的沉浸式体验

在香港最大的音乐艺术节Clockenflap上,我们搭建了一个洞穴般的装置 - Footprints,形成时光隧道,为观众打造了一次沉浸式体验。该艺术装置由HASSELL、Greater Group、S&techs和TRO共同呈现,本次音乐艺术节吸引了超过七万名观众入场。

作为本次艺术音乐节的主题中的部分 - 创造神话,我们的设计团队探索了如何将古时候原始的记录故事的方式与神话创在在人类最早的社交场合 - 洞穴中联系起来。

“艺术装置需要具有启发性,让人难忘的空间及感官体验,这样才能满足各种类型的喜爱艺术节音乐节的观众 - 包括儿童。我们的设计团队希望打造一个秘密时刻,在这里可以在白天或是晚上的节目中暂时‘远离’音乐节。”HASSELL董事Tom Herron说。

从远处看,Footprints看起来就像是一个不太真实的长方形盒子,与周围环境融为一体,周围遍布的香港高楼倒映在镜面的外壳上,同时音乐艺术节的一幕幕真实活动也时不时地倒映其中。进入这个神秘的镜面盒子则是另外一番景象,人们一进入其中就会有一种亲密的感觉,通道两侧则是不规则的起伏,营造出古时候洞穴的形态。同时,整个穿透盒子外壳的几个小洞为整个旅程增添了探索的乐趣,在曲型的内部空间可以看到间接的外部景象。

“这样的艺术装置是探索设计理念的绝佳途径,同时也能与我们所在城市的社区建立直接的联系。”Tom说。

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