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HASSELL成立八十周年展览:
对话未来

为庆祝HASSELL成立80周年,我们举办了名为对话未来的主题展览。展览分别于上海及香港举办,回顾了我们80年来为客户和用户成功设计的深受人们喜爱的场所,向大家展示我们一路以来的收获。

对话未来展览11月15日星期四于上海开幕,随后则于11月21日转移至香港。对话未来展出了重点项目的建筑模型、VR以及项目背后的故事等内容。

上海的开幕活动中,受邀嘉宾参观了我们展出的设计成果,并且共同探讨了未来八十年间,能够影响设计的诸多变化,广泛的话题激起了热烈的思维碰撞。HASSELL总裁Steve Coster表示,展览活动是一个让我们能够回顾过去八十年将如何影响未来城市及社区设计的绝佳机会。

“此次展出的项目精选自HASSELL数量庞大的项目经验,既向大家展示了大尺度项目,如世界上最激动人心的最新商办开发和文化建筑、综合交通解决方案和弹性水岸设计。”他说,“也有我们参与打造的一些小尺度作品,例如领先的工作场所和全球最受欢迎的酒店和酒吧。”

“有机会为城市、片区及各个企业机构打造成功的设计与转型,并且成长为现在的企业,我们倍感自豪。”Steve说。

_展览信息(上海):
11月16日 - 18日对公众开放开放
时间:10:00 - 18:00
八号桥艺术空间·1908粮仓
上海市黄浦区南苏州路1247号3楼

_展览信息(香港):
11月22日 - 25日对公众开放开放
时间:10:00 - 18:00
HASSELL香港事务所
香港北角电气道169号康宏匯22楼

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