新闻 / 2018年4月
2018年4月3日
介绍HASSELL董事:Robert Price

我们非常高兴向大家介绍Robert Price,Robert于近期加入HASSELL,担任中国区董事。他将于上海事务所办公,负责国内及全球项目。他将与董事Tom Herron一起,领导商业办公项目,发掘更多项目机会。

“Robert的加入能够提升整个中国区的设计能力,他的加入具有重要的意义,是我们重要的领导力。他在上海已经生活逾十年,是业内经验十分丰富的专家,在中国交付了许多优秀的商办项目。” HASSELL董事及中国区商业办公专业联合负责人Tom Herron说。

“Robert所具备的建筑及室内设计两项跨领域专业背景是我们非常关注的,因为HASSELL一直致力于消除专业之间的生硬划分。”

Robert来自美国,来到上海初期时帮助Gensler建立在中国区的运营,并在那里供职十年。在包括上海中心和上海陶氏化学中心在内的许多重点项目中,他均从概念设计负责至项目竣工。随后,Robert加入仲量联行(JLL)并担任亚太区所有JLL办公空间的设计总监及领导。此外他在香港及美国的项目经验也十分突出。

Robert的经验代表了他具有国际视野的同时,也具备对本地的敏锐洞察,对过去十年快速日益成熟的中国市场理解颇深。
“我非常期待与Robert一同合作,他非常了解如何与国内及国际客户打交道。很显然,Robert理解客户的真实愿景后所作出的设计回应,与项目所在地具有紧密联系。”Tom说。

“加入HASSELL的其中一个原因是公司内部的设计文化,让项目有机会在市场中脱颖而出。现在,中国的客户越来越注重向全球标准看齐,世界领先的设计及项目交付标准对于企业是否能在中国成功至关重要。”Robert表示。

Robert认为设计需要从全方位的角度来切入,这就要求对其它专业怀抱热切的求知欲,城市规划与公共政策、历史,甚至文化人类学也会有所裨益。

新闻图片:
_陶氏化学中心,上海,中国 - 图片来源:Gensler
_上海中心,上海,中国 - 摄影师: Noah Sheldon,设计方:Gensler

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