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2018年9月26日
介绍HASSELL董事:Andrew Yip

近期晋升为HASSELL董事的Andrew Yip是一位笃信设计行业需要多元视角的实践者,他相信只有不同背景的交汇融合才能为客户带来最佳的成果。

正因为此,他认为HASSELL的多个设计专业和领域、全球的事务所以及多元化的各级人才是其宝贵的财产。

“在这里创意能相互激发和交汇,这是在HASSELL工作最有意思的地方。”他说。

“在多样化的文化和环境中与来自不同背景的人一同工作,对于成为一名优秀的设计师和从不同的角度解决问题至关重要。”

“工作的方式远不止一种。”他说。

Andrew于2014年加入HASSELL香港事务所,之前他居住于纽约并经营着自己的事务所。他也曾执业于美国东西海岸的事务所,项目经验横跨办公、娱乐及健康医疗板块,其中包括位于洛杉矶的国际电影摄影师协会大楼。

他在HASSELL亚洲地区发挥重要的设计领导作用,负责带领团队打造中国区的商业和生活方式项目,充分发挥了他在文娱领域的丰富经验及对设计的热情。

“中国的巨大活力、市场的迅速成熟和充足的空间,加上科技驱动的惊人增长,都意味着我们需要时刻准备应对挑战。我们常常是与客户一同学习和适应。”他说。

“中国企业的发展趋势与世界领先的全球巨头并无二致,并正在影响着中国以外的区域。零售和商业板块就是如此,例如在阿里巴巴就能看到科技和实体空间的交汇。”

“目前我们正在与知名零售商业品牌K11合作,他们要求我们不遗余力地通过研究来探索各种可能性。如此,最终的合作成果必将展现为一处独一无二、令人难忘的城市目的地。”

Andrew十分推崇HASSELL的跨区域协作机制以及协作所带来的机遇。他认为扁平化的机制能够为所有人提供贡献创意的机会。

“四年前,我刚加入HASSELL时就发现这是一个透明的企业环境,你能了解到这里发生的一切并选择如何发挥自己最大价值。在这里,你将有大量机会去不断成长和学习新的技能。”

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上海三林信城MO+印象城改造项目是Andrew目前的项目,该项目将于2018年底竣工。

再创九龙涂鸦城:Andrew在DeTour2017创意汇聚十日棚节庆日组织的社区参与工作坊。

 
2018年9月17日
黄浦江东岸开放空间贯通设计获芝加哥雅典娜大奖

中国上海黄浦江东岸开放空间贯通设计获得由芝加哥雅典娜(建筑和设计博物馆)和欧洲建筑艺术设计和城市研究中心颁发的国际城市规划/景观建筑大奖。

HASSELL的设计理念为黄浦江两岸营造了一座城市森林,为上海的每一个孩子种植一颗树,总计200万棵。这一绵延的景观将对上海市及其市民产生重要的影响,不仅能增加25%的城市绿化空间,提升空气质量、能源效率,更能创造聚集人气的新场地,助力上海实现成为可持续、亲和及繁荣世界城市的愿景。

芝加哥雅典娜建筑和设计博物馆自2005年起就开始设立国际建筑奖以表彰由世界顶尖建筑设计、景观建筑和城市规划公司设计和/或建造的最佳新楼宇、景观、建筑和规划项目。

该项大奖成为一个重要标杆,它使全球的地产、银行、商业和企业界以及媒体和大众纵观了现今的商业、办公、机构和住房设计的最新美学发展趋势,并致力于以国际视野发现优秀的建筑和城市设计。

HASSELL董事Jon Hazelwood表示,该项获奖凸显了景观建筑和城市设计对塑造活力兴盛的城市所发挥的重要作用。

“黄浦江东岸开放空间贯通设计是一个极好的范例,体现了完善的城市设计可以助力城市发展--尤其是像上海这样具有明确目标要实现可持续发展的城市。这一奖项不仅展示了业主的可持续发展意图,也展示了HASSELL设计团队的优秀设计成果和设计想法。”Jon说。
该项目将与本年度其他“城市与世界”的获奖项目一同进行巡展。展览将于2018年9月28日在希腊的现代雅典空间开展。

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