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2019年2月20日
HASSELL与SO-IL宣布成为墨尔本艺术片区转型项目的设计方

HASSELL与纽约建筑事务所SO-IL宣布成为墨尔本南岸艺术片区改造项目的设计团队。

HASSELL+SO-IL团队赢得了维多利亚州政府墨尔本艺术片区改造项目的室外区域设计竞标,包括一座空中城市公园和全新的人行联通网络。项目将打造超过1.8万平米的全新的及更新的公共开放空间。

HASSELL+SO-IL团队的项目总监Ben Duckworth(HASSELL)和刘静(SO-IL)表示这是一次非常难得的机会,能够为墨尔本居民及其千百万全球各地的旅客塑造艺术片区及周边区域可获得的日常文化体验。

“墨尔本艺术片区的总体规划旨在升级现有各类艺术文化设施的功能,整合两处新设施并为该片区激动人心的新区域注入活力并提供最佳的公众体验。我们的规划就是要打造真正可行并令人难以忘怀的场所 — 一处人们乐于前往的新场所。“他们说。

该获胜方案聚焦自然,包含由世界知名的伦敦园艺设计师Nigel Dunnett和James Hitchmough共同打造的四季景观花园。这两位园艺设计师曾改造设计野兽派建筑经典之作巴比肯艺术中心及伦敦奥林匹克公园。

该项目的公共空间设计总监Jon Hazelwood表示,该项目处于多种艺术形式的交汇处,适合各类人群。

“该项目的总体规划要基于同一个鲜明且统一的愿景,并将基地的各个方面,即过去、现在和未来整合为一体,才能实现成功的设计。”他说。

“我们将探索场地与自然之间深层次的更有意义的联系,将文化片区沉浸在活跃的四季景观花园中,打造现代城市空间,使片区成为一处独特的目的地及景点。“

新的公共空间只是墨尔本艺术片区重塑改造的一部分。除此之外,该项目还将改建墨尔本艺术中心剧院大楼、打造一座全新的地标美术馆---维多利亚国家美术馆,以及位于城市路(City Road)一号的创意中心。

维多利亚州州长Daniel Andrews阁下说到,这是一次千载难逢的项目,将重塑墨尔本的艺术中心片区并打造大量的户外公共空间。

“该项目将我们美术馆及剧院中的色彩、创意以及活动延伸至户外空间,让每个人尽享艺术带来的愉悦 ,且无需门票。”他说。

HASSELL与SO-IL曾协作设计阿德莱德当代艺术中心,该方案入围最终竞赛。

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