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HASSELL + SO – IL 入围阿德莱德当代艺术中心方案竞赛

HASSELL + SO – IL入围阿德莱德当代艺术中心国际设计竞赛。

阿德莱德当代艺术中心国际设计竞赛将艺术展览馆与公共雕塑公园及聚会场地结合,该奖项旨在关注城市的文化及社区能量,打造适合聚会的场所,将艺术、教育及大自然融入其中。

在第一阶段的竞赛征集中,组委会收到了来自五大洲的107个团队递交的作品。

最终有六支队伍脱颖而出,他们是:HASSELL + SO – IL、Adjaye Associates和BVN、BIG和JPE Design Studio、David Chipperfield Architects和SJB Architects、Diller Scofidio + Renfro和Woods Bagot、Khai Liew,Office of Ryue Nishizawa和Durbach Block Jaggers。

HASSELL与纽约设计公司SO – IL联合参加竞赛,SO – IL是当代建筑设计中最为进取且极富创新阵营中的一员。

其它的协作方包括澳大利亚著名的当代艺术家Fiona Hall,以及倍受尊敬的景观设计师Catherine Mosbach。

竞赛的评选委员会包括来自南澳大利亚州艺术协会、南澳大利亚洲艺术展览馆及南澳大利亚州设计及建筑办公室的各位代表,由大英帝国司令勋章及澳洲官员勋章获得者Michael Lynch主持。

HASSELL + SO – IL联合体为阿德莱德当代艺术中心打造的的参赛建筑方案独特大胆,同时深植当地环境,深入当地居民中去。

更多信息请点击此处访问竞赛网站页面

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