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2018年3月6日
HASSELL+团队在南旧金山格兰大道设立社区中心

韧性南部城市社区中心已于近日在格兰大道304号对公众开放,南旧金山的居民可以利用这一机会参与塑造本地区应对气候变化及海平面上升等问题的规划。

多专业协作的HASSELL+团队将一幢荒废数十年的百年历史建筑改造成一处社区会议、设计及教育中心,并辟出空间展示南旧金山历史协会的照片及故事。

圣马特奥郡监管委员会主席Dave Pine、韧性城市设计执行董事Amanda Brown-Stevens、南旧金山议会会员、社区领导以及HASSELL+团队成员在社区中心对公众开放的首日活动中发表演讲,并提供了与项目及公众参与机会有关的宣传手册和信息。

位于南旧金山格兰大道304号的临时社区中心将于周一至周五上午11点至下午5点对公众开放至四月底。欢迎当地居民来社区中心了解项目详情,与设计团队沟通,为建造弹性南部城市献策献计。

“长久以来,南旧金山都被视为‘工业城市’。我们问当地居民,你们希望人们在未来如何描述这座城市?”HASSELL董事Richard Mullane说。

“在接下来的几周内,前南旧金山银行所在的大楼将迎来新生,成为社区讨论城市韧性及未来的空间。我们鼓励人们进来,分享他们对这座城市的记忆以及社会历史信息。我们将整理这些本土信息及意见,通过这种方式让当地社区一同参与设计。”Richard说。

社区中心将举办一系列侧重讨论、教育和反馈的社区会议和特别活动,邀请当地专家一同讨论相关议题,如原生植物、社会历史以及公正的城市设计。活动的更新信息将发布在韧性城市设计网站上。

另外,HASSELL董事David Tickle在加州州立理工大学建筑与环境设计学院举办的“城市韧性设计:前沿——建成环境的新兴问题”研讨会上也发表了有关设计“深受人们喜爱的滨水空间”的演讲,与其他受邀的国际专家一起分享他们在设计韧性城市实践中的经验。

HASSELL+团队于一月入选湾区韧性城市设计挑战赛,负责领导愿景打造、社区互动并制定设计方案以解决该地区现在及未来将面临的气候挑战。

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