新闻 / 2018年3月
2018年3月9日
新加坡设计周在HASSELL

HASSELL新加坡事务所在新加坡设计周期间面向公众开放,并举行一系列的活动。

3月10日,我们邀请了一些家庭和孩子们和建筑师、室内设计师及城市规划设计师一同设想未来。在安全开放的空间中,我们充满兴致地用积木、画画工具和手工模型探索了设计的世界,并想象了我们的世界可以成为的样子!

3月17日周六,我们将举办一整天的“HASSELL对话”活动,事务所的专家以及我们邀请的业内名士作为嘉宾,对谈现代科技对设计行业的影响,现场气氛活跃。

活动完整信息可以通过新加坡设计周官方网站中的活动一栏获取并进行注册。

另外,我们新加坡事务所的两位设计为设计周创作了极具启发的艺术装置,将在设计周期间展出。

HeadspacePerspectives是SingaPlural设计展的展出部分,SingaPlural为设计周的主展。这些作品由HASSELL建筑设计主管Razvan Ghilic-Micu创作,通过他的个人平台PublicWorks,与KVADRAT一同协作的成果。作品将在国家设计中心展出至3月18日。

同时,在开幕当晚,HASSELL建筑设计主管BP Loh设计了名为Milk Bottle Cows的小型灯光装置,为“照亮滨海湾”活动的一部分,该活动旨在唤起对可持续性和生产及消费过程的对话。

 
2018年3月7日
公园大道将成为“野外之地”

HASSELL与纽约布鲁克林景观设计师Harrison Green一同将纽约的公园大道重塑为“野外之地”。

设计提案在有超过150份参赛作品的国际竞赛Beyond the Centerline 中脱颖而出,入选作品现已在纽约进行展出,并在本周内通过全球公众投票获取反馈。

“野外之地”重塑了著名的中线,使其成为一条野生的森林带,穿过城市景观。

“延绵的线型公园大道现在以无序的方式延伸着,充斥着过于拥堵的交通问题,人们也只愿意在周围绕着走。”HASSELL董事Sharon Wright说。

“上层高楼林立,下层汽车轰鸣,这里的空间特征是由周围的城市生活来定义的。‘野外之地’将公园大道重塑为一处不受周围环境影响,而由其自有的世界来定义的空间。”

设计提案受这里在十六世纪60年代的植物社区地图影响,包含了一条蜿蜒的小道,以唤醒自然林地的痕迹。

‘野外之地’是17个候选方案中的一个,现已开放全球公众投票。点击此处可查看候选方案,或在纽约西52街55号的大堂展示空间参观方案。

为我们的设计方案投票,请编辑短信C019发送至+1 (502)219-3839(全球皆可接收)。每个号码仅限一次投票。投票将于美国东部时间3月9日下午五点(澳大利亚东部时间3月6日上午九点)截止。优胜者将于3月13日公布。

 
2018年3月6日
HASSELL+团队在南旧金山格兰大道设立社区中心

韧性南部城市社区中心已于近日在格兰大道304号对公众开放,南旧金山的居民可以利用这一机会参与塑造本地区应对气候变化及海平面上升等问题的规划。

多专业协作的HASSELL+团队将一幢荒废数十年的百年历史建筑改造成一处社区会议、设计及教育中心,并辟出空间展示南旧金山历史协会的照片及故事。

圣马特奥郡监管委员会主席Dave Pine、韧性城市设计执行董事Amanda Brown-Stevens、南旧金山议会会员、社区领导以及HASSELL+团队成员在社区中心对公众开放的首日活动中发表演讲,并提供了与项目及公众参与机会有关的宣传手册和信息。

位于南旧金山格兰大道304号的临时社区中心将于周一至周五上午11点至下午5点对公众开放至四月底。欢迎当地居民来社区中心了解项目详情,与设计团队沟通,为建造弹性南部城市献策献计。

“长久以来,南旧金山都被视为‘工业城市’。我们问当地居民,你们希望人们在未来如何描述这座城市?”HASSELL董事Richard Mullane说。

“在接下来的几周内,前南旧金山银行所在的大楼将迎来新生,成为社区讨论城市韧性及未来的空间。我们鼓励人们进来,分享他们对这座城市的记忆以及社会历史信息。我们将整理这些本土信息及意见,通过这种方式让当地社区一同参与设计。”Richard说。

社区中心将举办一系列侧重讨论、教育和反馈的社区会议和特别活动,邀请当地专家一同讨论相关议题,如原生植物、社会历史以及公正的城市设计。活动的更新信息将发布在韧性城市设计网站上。

另外,HASSELL董事David Tickle在加州州立理工大学建筑与环境设计学院举办的“城市韧性设计:前沿——建成环境的新兴问题”研讨会上也发表了有关设计“深受人们喜爱的滨水空间”的演讲,与其他受邀的国际专家一起分享他们在设计韧性城市实践中的经验。

HASSELL+团队于一月入选湾区韧性城市设计挑战赛,负责领导愿景打造、社区互动并制定设计方案以解决该地区现在及未来将面临的气候挑战。

 
2018年3月1日
介绍HASSELL董事:Fiona Nixon

Fiona Nixon近期予以委任,成为HASSELL董事。她相信情感与效率是好的设计不可或缺的两大因素。

“好的设计很重要是因为设计对人的身心健康都有极大影响。越来越多的人都开始居住在城市生活,居住在人造环境中,远离自然,因此城市环境成为城市居民开展所有活动,留下回忆的场景。建筑设计不仅为了实用、安全及可持续,同时也能增强人类体验。”

在成功地运营她在澳大利亚及新加坡的事务所达25年之久后,她将加入HASSELL新加坡事务所,但工作范围不限,她将能够增强我们在酒店、教育及办公方面的专业能力。

Fiona对于建筑有着极大的热情,“任何遇到她的人都会被感染”。她所参与设计的项目拥有较高的知名度,包括台湾日月潭涵碧楼、珀斯海滩莱顿公寓套房和苏州独墅湖高校区。

“我特别享受设计目标为增强人们体验的项目,功能复杂的项目必须确保体验是轻松愉悦。”Fiona说。

“加入HASSELL的原因之一是,HASSELL所有的专业都在同一个屋檐下互相协作,并且通过国际网络,可以随时与其它事务所的专家随时联系。酒店、住宅及办公设计特别需要室内、建筑以及与整个环境的深厚联系。”

HASSELL董事Paul Semple认为,Fiona在协作精神的专业声誉以及善于发起广泛讨论的能力将为我们带来最佳的创意。

“Fiona在新加坡和澳大利亚,以及遍及全球的专业经验,将为我们全球团队带来重要的价值。”Paul表示。

“她对于人们会如何体验建筑有着独到的见解,这对于HASSELL所有项目使用的设计方式来说是至关重要的。”他说。

Fiona对于设计创新方面保持着极大的兴趣,特别是增强现实(AR),AR正在为我们带来新的商业机会。

“增强现实将实现更好的互动,能够进行更为广泛的试验,并尽可能减小风险。当然,限制是它只能模拟一些感官感受。对于真实空间的体验随着时间的推移将会,也必定会更为惊人。”

项目图片:
_星展银行新加坡办公总部,设计方:新加坡Woodhead建筑设计事务所(摄影:Owen Raggatt)
_澳大利亚野生动物健康医疗中心,设计方:Minifie Nixon设计事务所(摄影:Peter Bennetts)

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