新闻 / 2019年2月



HASSELL董事会首席董事Rob Backhouse说,大家能够相聚在每年举办的大会,不仅对与会者来说,对整个公司而言,所创造出的价值,获取的灵感都是无穷的。 “



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本次展览将由两个部分组成,包括一个互动型的展览,参观者可以自由的探索设计过程 — 从项目早期的调研直到项目最后的优化(早上9点至中午12点免费对公众开放)。之后,从中午12点开始,则会举办小组自由讨论,演讲嘉宾包括:

_Katrina Strickland,Good Weekend专栏编辑(主持人)
_Linda Kennedy,Future Black Design Studio
_Paschal Daantos Berry,项目协调,布莱克敦市政厅艺术中心
_Jono Perry,技术总监、项目总监以及艺术负责人,悉尼剧团

今年设计节的主题是“靠近设计”(Accessing Design),因此我们所主办的活动将重点探索未来城市所面临的挑战以及建成环境能够如何回应打造深受人们喜爱的场所时面临的数字化、城市化以及全球化等趋势。

时间:3月3日星期日,9:00am - 2:00pm
地址:Level 2, Pier 8/9, 23 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay

图片来源:Brett Boardman




HASSELL+SO-IL团队的项目总监Ben Duckworth(HASSELL)和刘静(SO-IL)表示这是一次非常难得的机会,能够为墨尔本居民及其千百万全球各地的旅客塑造艺术片区及周边区域可获得的日常文化体验。

“墨尔本艺术片区的总体规划旨在升级现有各类艺术文化设施的功能,整合两处新设施并为该片区激动人心的新区域注入活力并提供最佳的公众体验。我们的规划就是要打造真正可行并令人难以忘怀的场所 — 一处人们乐于前往的新场所。“他们说。

该获胜方案聚焦自然,包含由世界知名的伦敦园艺设计师Nigel Dunnett和James Hitchmough共同打造的四季景观花园。这两位园艺设计师曾改造设计野兽派建筑经典之作巴比肯艺术中心及伦敦奥林匹克公园。

该项目的公共空间设计总监Jon Hazelwood表示,该项目处于多种艺术形式的交汇处,适合各类人群。



新的公共空间只是墨尔本艺术片区重塑改造的一部分。除此之外,该项目还将改建墨尔本艺术中心剧院大楼、打造一座全新的地标美术馆---维多利亚国家美术馆,以及位于城市路(City Road)一号的创意中心。

维多利亚州州长Daniel Andrews阁下说到,这是一次千载难逢的项目,将重塑墨尔本的艺术中心片区并打造大量的户外公共空间。

“该项目将我们美术馆及剧院中的色彩、创意以及活动延伸至户外空间,让每个人尽享艺术带来的愉悦 ,且无需门票。”他说。


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优秀的设计应以人为核心。今年的新年祝福视频也以我们才华横溢的设计师为主角,向我们珍视的客户及协作方致以最真诚的节日祝贺, 让我们携手打造全世界最棒的场所!



  • How Can Data Help us Future-proof the Workplace?

    The commercial sphere is shifting under our feet. So how can workplaces be designed for long-term relevance? HASSELL developed the RAW framework to address exactly that.


  • Buildings need to be curated; collaboration with other fields is vital to an era of experience

    As architects and designers, we have to move away from building and creating ‘things’ and instead create places people love - experiences, writes HASSELL Principal Julian Gitsham in Archinect's 'Practice Diary'.


  • Q&A: Matthew Shang, HASSELL

    Matthew Shang has amassed a prestigious portfolio over the 20 years he has been active in the interior design industry, most notably as co-founder of Singapore practice, Distillery, and as a principal at HASSELL, with which Distillery merged in 2015.

    Hospitality Interiors

  • Universities Of Tomorrow Are Becoming High Performing Urban Villages, 7 Reasons Why

    Today’s modern university campus continues to evolve in response to a high degree of disruption. Technological, pedagogical and societal changes and challenges are altering the way we use and appreciate our university campuses. These are the views of Adam Davies who is a leading urban planner, designer and Principal at Hassell.

    The Urban Developer

  • Hive of activity – agile working design

    Agile workplaces that allow staff to choose where they work are making inroads in offices. Liza Young finds out how such spaces will work alongside wellbeing principles.

    CIBSE Journal

  • Creating an Active Waterfront

    The North Bund is a historic area in Shanghai with proximity to the Huangpu River, and it is now undergoing transformation into a lifestyle hub. Andrew Wilkinson, principal at Hassell, talks about the importance of creating a continuous and active waterfront for the area.



    In hectic hospital emergency rooms communication is critical but often difficult. Part of the answer is cleverly designed spaces for staff to talk in that can help reduce mistakes and stress loads.


  • Medibank In Melbourne Champions Green Architecture And Workplace Wellness

    An Australian workplace demonstrates how its championing of green architecture and design provides a comfortable and healthy environment for its workers while enhancing their sense of well-being.


  • State Library of NSW to undergo $15m revamp

    The State Library of New South Wales (SLNSW) will be redeveloped with new gallery spaces and a children’s learning centre, following a $15-million private donation from benefactors.


  • Hotel design needs to accommodate the ‘blurred lines’ across our lives

    HASSELL Principal, Matthew Shang gives his take on the changing face of hospitality design ...
    Hospitality Interiors 

  • 5 Mins With HASSELL’s Glenn Scott

    The new ICC is a jewel in the redesigned face of modern Sydney. We sat down Glenn Scott, Principal at international design practice HASSELL and Joint ICC Architecture Director, to understand more about the project and what makes him tick.


  • Reclaiming the wild in our public spaces

    It’s part of our DNA to be drawn towards wild and tactile nature. And globally, there is a growing shift to let it creep back in to our cities, to resist the over-programmed, sanitised and manicured public spaces to which we have become accustomed.
    The Urban Developer

  • Galleries need to move away from the traditional white box

    The Louvre doesn’t do it, and neither does the Guggenheim. The Tate Modern’s new galleries make a good job of it, and the Hepworth Wakefield contemporary art gallery in Yorkshire gets close.
    Adelaide Review

  • Reinventing unused spaces and turning them into parks

    A major exhibition series titled Parks Changing Australia, spearheaded by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA), will tell the stories of Sydney’s most progressive new parks and their interstate counterparts.

  • Robb Society - Carrie Ho

    Space, or a design of a space, is a subtle art. It can shock and awe. It can beguile and bewitch. 
    Robb Report 

  • Sports venues must be iconic yet functional

    Well-designed and accessible sports venues can prolong the buildings' life, says architect John Pauline. 
    The Straits Times 

  • Finger paintings

    HASSELL creates intimate spaces with a huge former warehouse to enable guests and visitors to 'gather and connect'. 
    FX Magazine  

  • Dennis Ho on Monocle Radio

    Hong Kong’s booming infrastructure projects pull in architects from all over the world. Dennis Ho moved back to Hong Kong earlier this year after spending more than 20 years working for London-based architecture firm Rogers Stirk Harvour + Partners. We visit him at his new digs in North Point.
    Monocle 24.  

  • Esperence Waterfront has its future solidified by HASSELL

    Esperance, located 720 kilometres South-East of Perth, may not be the biggest city in Western Australia, but it is blessed with the country’s favourite asset – clean beaches and clear waters.
    Architecture and Design

  • The Art of Business Travel

    Aviation expert and principal at Hassell design studio Mark Wolfe talks with Nick Walton about terminal design, changing the traveller’s experience, sustainability, and the airports of the future.
    The Art of Business Travel 

  • The Great Room features in Wallpaper*

    Wallpaper* visits SIngapore's newest flexible workplace designed by HASSELL, The Great Room.