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2018年6月28日
三个HASSELL项目入围世界建筑节奖项

三个HASSELL项目入围著名的世界建筑节(WAF)奖项的两个类别——景观和体育项目。

由HASSELL、COX和HKS共同设计的西澳大利亚的Optus珀斯体育场入围建成体育—建成场馆类别,附近由HASSELL设计的体育场公园则入围了景观—城市项目类别。Optus体育场转变了主要体育赛事及文艺演出的观看体验,重塑了珀斯这座澳大利亚城市及其城市景观。位于西澳大利亚的Optus珀斯体育场是一座多功能场馆,能同时容纳六万名观众。

她的每项设计均是为了达成同一个愿景——为每场比赛或活动打造无以伦比的体验。

重要的是,体育场公园的开发修复了这一位于天鹅河东岸、曾一度荒废的著名片区,打造了一系列景观步道、骑行车道以及灵活的活动及游玩空间,吸引游客在自然环境中驻足停留,并融入当地的原住民文化遗产。

悉尼达令港改造项目同样入围了景观—城市项目类别,该项目是20年来悉尼城中最重要的城市更新计划。通过为公共绿地重新注入活力,整合景观及开放空间,融合水景、公共艺术品、广场及展演空间,HASSELL打造了丰富的空间来举办各类活动。升级后的人行道、骑行道以及公共交通网络让我们重新联接起市中心毫无关联的的各个空间。

HASSELL董事Angus Bruce表示,入围不仅对项目本身也是对设计团队的高度认可。

“项目入围诸如WAF这样极具声望的奖项是鼓舞人心的,因为这能为客户提升项目知名度,并且将这些新建的公共空间向全球推广。更重要的是,这也提振了设计团队的士气,激励每位团队成员更上一层楼,创造更优质的项目成果。”

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2018年6月27日
HASSELL + We Made That建筑事务所入围香港德辅道中竞赛

HASSELL + We Made That建筑事务与另外四支队伍入围了一项国际竞赛,重新描绘位于香港中心的一条主要道路。

名为“行德”的这项国际竞赛旨在活化位于香港中心商务区中环1.4公里长的德辅道中,并且重塑为激发灵感和富有价值的公共空间。

“我们团队的项目愿景为打造一条以人为核心的商业街,为德辅道中重新注入活力,为德辅道中和香港的城市形象重新建立联系。我们的愿景为在支持零售和商业的同时,提升道路的行走功能,从而打造一座更健康的城市。”HASSELL董事和全球城市设计领导David Tickle说。

“我们非常高兴能和We Made That设计事务所合作,我们之前曾共同合作过的项目还有位于伦敦的克罗伊登南端商业街项目。‘行德’竞赛延续了我们HASSELL团队在全球其它城市进行的一些真正能够带来启发的以社区为导向的项目,例如悉尼达令港公共空间以及最近完成的旧金山韧性城市设计。”David说。

‘行德’竞赛的最终获胜者将于今年10月下旬公布。

图片:克罗伊登南端商业街更新
摄影: Jakob Spriestersbach

 
2018年6月13日
Science Place科学楼荣获两项澳大利亚建筑师协会(AIA)大奖

位于詹姆士库克大学汤斯维尔校区的Science Place科学楼获得昆士兰州澳大利亚建筑师协会(AIA)的认可。

该项目赢得了AIA州立奖中两个类别的奖项——Jennifer Taylor教育建筑奖以及可持续建筑奖。

评审团认为Science Place科学楼对于整个校区来说,是一个“转型项目,将科学变得可见、可达,并且具有吸引力”。

“该科学、科技、工程及数学学科(STEM)大楼即激动人心又能培养人才,尽管设计任务非常具有挑战性,但建筑师为教职员工和学生打造出了可持续的建筑以及舒适的环境。”评审团表示。

同时,他们为大楼进行创新的设计规划,结果得到了“高度灵活并充满活力的教学设施,能量源源不断地从内散发而出”。

获奖引言中还特别提到了建筑即利用了日光又使炫光降到最低,从而达到了最佳状态,因此Science Place科学楼还是澳大利亚首个获LEED金级认证的教育建筑。

该项目现已自动被列入国家建筑大奖的候选名单,奖项将于2018年11月公布。

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