新闻 / 2019年5月
HASSELL宣布成为价值逾54亿澳元跨河轨交(Cross River Rail)项目设计方之一

昆士兰州政府宣布了参与本州最重要基建投资项目 — 价值逾54亿澳元的跨河轨交项目的公司。




PULSE联合体由工程公司CIMIC Group companies、Pacific Partnerships、CPB Contractors和UGL集团主导,联合独立资本管理公司DIF、承建商BAM、隧道及大型基建设施承建商Ghella以及国际设计公司HASSELL。

隧道、车站以及开发(TSD)的政府和社会资本合作模式将承担项目的地下部分,包括从Dutton Park至Normanby的双隧道,以及四个全新的分别位于Boggo Road、Woolloongabba、Albert Street和Roma Street采用最先进技术的车站。TSD还将为Albert Street轨交站提供地产开发的机会。


UNITY联盟体由CPB Contractors、UGL、AECOM和Jacobs组成,与HASSELL、RCS Australia、Acmena、Martinus Rail以及Wired Overhead Solutions合作交付项目。

HASSELL董事Caroline Diesner说,能够参与帮助塑造布里斯班是非常令人激动的项目机会。


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西澳大利亚州州长、立法会议员Mark McGowan阁下、交通及规划部部长、立法会议员Rita Saffioti阁下与雪佛龙(Chevron)和布鲁克菲尔德(Brookfield)共同庆祝了在珀斯伊丽莎白港的重要开发。布鲁克菲尔德将收购、开发这栋位于珀斯伊丽莎白港的30层高的大楼,并将其返租给澳大利亚雪佛龙公司。


HASSELL基于独特的项目基地特色,设计了与众不同的弧形外立面,让租户可以享受天鹅河(Swan River)及最高院花园(Supreme Court Gardens)的优美景色。另外,渗透性强的首层路面和周边景观也由HASSELL设计。

HASSELL的董事Peter Dean表示,这个项目创造了一个激动人心的机遇,让我们能够为珀斯打造广受国际认可的优质建筑项目。




HASSELL的全球领先办公场所设计能力再获认可,其Fora Borough联合办公项目赢得了英国办公协会(BCO)的伦敦创新大奖。



BCO评委对获奖的Fora Borough项目如此评价:“底层的开放空间设有咖啡厅以及餐厅,使办公空间与相邻街区构成了一个统一的社区。”

HASSELL董事Matthew Blain表示,此殊荣是对辛勤工作的设计团队和HASSELL的认可,更进一步彰显了HASSELL全球领先的办公场所设计能力。“

HASSELL在全球打造了多个高端的联合办公空间。我们将积累的项目洞见与Fora进取的设计方式相结合,最终获得了颇见成效的设计成果。“ Matthew说。


Fora的联合创始人Katrina Larkin女士也高度认可了HASSELL为实现Fora的项目愿景所作出的贡献。

“与HASSELL在多个项目上的成功合作证实了我们卓有成效的合作关系,HASSELL对设计创新办公空间的经验、努力以及专注造就了Fora Borough,助力用户挥洒才华,同时尽享社区生活。该项目从市场中的同类产品中脱颖而出,受到了BCO评审小组的赏识。”Katrina说。

这是HASSELL继英国天空广播公司总部大楼(Sky Central)项目赢得BCO办公场所设计大奖以及英国最佳设计大奖后再度斩获的BCO设计奖项。


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  • 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

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

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  • 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.


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    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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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. 
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  • Sports venues must be iconic yet functional

    Well-designed and accessible sports venues can prolong the buildings' life, says architect John Pauline. 
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  • Finger paintings

    HASSELL creates intimate spaces with a huge former warehouse to enable guests and visitors to 'gather and connect'. 
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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    Wallpaper* visits SIngapore's newest flexible workplace designed by HASSELL, The Great Room.