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2019年4月16日
2019新加坡设计周系列活动 HASSELL Dialogues + HASSELL Junior

从探讨设计未来的对话,到与下一代设计师一同畅想未来的工作坊活动,HASSELL在2019年新加坡设计周系列活动中作为主要合作方举办了数场官方活动。

建筑师、设计师和设计爱好者齐聚一堂,在HASSELL新加坡事务所参加了两场现场气氛活跃的设计行业讨论活动,话题围绕着“工作/学习”以及“设计领导力”展开。

“工作/学习”探讨了学习以及工作的未来,以及以社区为中心的文化进行设计的重要性。参与小组讨论的嘉宾包括来自新加坡管理大学的Gulcin Cribb、Lekker建筑事务所的Ong Ker Shing以及HASSELL新加坡事务所的Tamagin Blake-Smith和Pamela Jouwena,活动由来自Indesign 媒体集团(亚洲区)的Narelle Yabuka主持。

HASSELL建筑设计主管Razvan Ghilic-Micu主持了“设计领导力”讨论活动,来自出版及设计顾问The Press Room的Kelley Cheng、Zarch Collaboratives建筑事务所的Randy Chan、建筑古迹修复与研究事务所Studio Lapis的Ho Weng Hin、小智研發的Tan Szue Hann以及HASSELL新加坡事务所的Fiona Nixon作为嘉宾参与讨论。

“在HASSELL工作,我们坚信文化的重要,我们将同行设计师聚集到一起,开诚布公地辩论我们所开展的工作的重要性及相关方面,并向听众以及客户传达这些思辨。每一场对话都充满着智慧,是不同观点的碰撞,从而形成作为创意人士共同的使命感。”Razvan说。

在HASSELL Junior活动中,我们邀请孩子们和他们的家庭,与我们的建筑师、室内设计师以及城市设计专家一起,畅想“管状城市”的精彩未来。我们和小朋友一边玩一边用“设计行业的工具”探索了设计世界。本场活动的所有物料由Interface慷慨提供。活动现场热闹非凡,最终我们获得了一座令人惊叹的未来城市,现在正放置于我们事务所中。

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2019年4月12日
新南威尔士州立图书馆经过修复成为新文化目的地

HASSELL为Mitchell楼进行的设计更新是新南威尔士州立图书馆三万四千平米总体规划中的第一阶段。设计更新的重点为将三分之一的历史保护建筑重新对新南威尔士州的民众开放,升级设施,挖掘并实现图书馆现在以及未来的潜能。

之前关闭的空间、未经利用的空间以及一些特设空间,经过仔细的恢复原貌、重新打开并且转换为展览功能空间,现在这里已成为一处文化目的地,人人皆可参与的现代空间,同时致敬其具有文化意义的历史用途。

我们通过设计还原了Mitchell楼作为一处社会资产的原貌,让人们能够与建筑互动,为悉尼的CBD的地标建筑重新注入活力。我们的设计将参观者的体验放在首位,让参观者尽享图书馆的珍稀藏品,同时确保其作为公共资产的未来固有价值。

HASSELL董事Liz Westgarth说,对于Michell楼的重新设计需要俱备对图书馆的历史和未来都有深入的理解和深刻的认识。

“州立图书馆自20世纪早期开始便是CBD的地标建筑,是更广泛悉尼地区数代的澳大利亚人共同的重要目的地。我们的设计捍卫了图书馆的过去、现在以及与社区休戚相关的未来。同时这也是图书馆的对外沟通平台,为公众提供更方便地接触馆内丰富的历史文物藏品。”Liz说。

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2019年4月10日
Richard Mullane将于美国规划协会国家规划大会上探讨海平面上升问题

美国规划协会将于本月在旧金山举办2019年国家规划大会。HASSELL董事Richard Mullane将与其他行业领导一同参加大会并探讨滨水城市应当如何作出调整,提高城市韧性以应对海平面上升及其它气候变化带来的影响。

Richard参加的环节名为“应对海平面上升规划 地球升温1.5度后”,主要讨论海平面上升复杂的成因及影响,城市规划专家如何采取措施以提高城市韧性及可持续性,包括海岸区域管理、区域制及设计实施。

该环节的讨论嘉宾除了HASSELL董事Richard Mullane之外,还包括Michael L. Marrella(纽约市城市规划部)、Ashley Muse(Google)、Sarah Dougherty和Roland Lewis(非盈利机构 — 滨水联盟)以及Jessica Fain(旧金山湾区保护及发展委员会)。

HASSELL董事Richard Mullane表示,这将是一次十分有意义的讨论活动,不仅能够获取业内专家的知识洞见,更能从广泛的参与者处获得不同的视角、经历。

“总体来看,海平面上升以及气候变化,将给滨水社区带来严重的灾害。作为设计师,倾听整个社区的意见是极为重要的,这样才能获得对韧性城市的全面了解。”Richard说。

本场讨论活动将于4月15日上午8:30至9:45(太平洋时区)举行,点击查看更多信息

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2019年4月9日
HASSELL+团队入围2019改变世界创意大奖

由Fast Company举办的2019年改变世界创意大奖近期宣布了最终入围名单,HASSELL凭借“聚拢和联通:韧性南部城市”入围了该奖项的“空间、场所和城市”类别。

改变世界创意大奖是Fast Company的一个主要奖项,关注社会公益,寻找大胆的创意,发掘潜力,让世界变得更美好。作为“城市韧性设计旧金山湾区挑战赛”的部分内容,HASSELL所提交的竞赛方案旨在提高南旧金山的城市韧性,从而应对海平面上升以及气候变化等问题,通过独特的创新设计方式,将为南旧金山新增更多的公共绿色空间,减轻洪灾冲击,改善海平面上升导致的海岸线脆弱状况以及恢复本地原生动植物群。

HASSELL董事Richard Mullane表示,应对气候变化问题,不再只是尝试各种阻止全球气候变暖的方式,在开展城市设计时,必须考虑能够带来积极社会影响并且适应气候变化的创新设计。

“全球的各个社区必须提高城市及区域的韧性,以适应气候变化,设计团体在这一方面大有可为。改变世界创意大奖为设计师提供了这样的机会,展示大家一直以来所作的努力,能够与其他令人敬佩的创意者一同入选,我们深感荣幸。”Richard说。

点击查看完整入围及获奖名单。

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