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2015年7月21日
HASSELL与Distillery宣布合并

国际设计企业HASSELL与拥有众多人才、富有声望的新加坡设计事务所Distillery已于近期宣布合并。

Distillery设计事务所以其在酒店、零售、餐饮设计领域的卓越设计经验而闻名。其近期设计项目包括刚刚完成的Club Hotel,为阿丽拉酒店与度假村集团设计的马来西亚项目,位于新加坡的豪华商场项目Malmaison,以及位于新加坡丽晶酒店内的曼哈顿酒吧。

“两家公司的团队拥有共同的设计思维,并因本次合并而合为一体,” Distillery董事 Paul Semple表示。“两家企业拥有共同的价值,团队的结合是一个自然的发展过程。”

“合并后,Distillery将在HASSELL名下延续其工作方式与思维,因此两家公司的品牌及共同的目标意识都意味着这是一次真正意义上的合并, ” Paul表示。

HASSELL执行董事Robert Backhouse表示,Distillery合伙人Paul Semple和Matthew Shang及其团队将为HASSELL事务所带来全新的视角和极富创意的设计方法。

“我们的新加坡和国际客户都将受益于两家企业合并后带来的丰富设计人才、知识与资源,”Rob谈道。

“协作、开放和打造人们喜爱的场所的渴望都是两家公司基因的一部分,”他表示。

此次合并是近期HASSELL旨在加强在新加坡——公司国际业务中心的投入的决策之一。此前的一系列决策还包括聘请Su Lim加入新加坡事务所并担任全球客户关系主管,以及董事及董事会成员Caroline Diesner将在本月晚些时候从珀斯转职至新加坡。

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