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HASSELL将带领国际队伍参加旧金山湾区韧性城市设计挑战赛

HASSELL将带领国际队伍参加旧金山湾区韧性城市设计挑战赛,这是一项由社区成员、政府部门和当地、全美及国际专家一同协作的研究设计项目,旨在寻求创新的解决方案以应对气候变化对旧金山湾区带来的影响。

旧金山湾区竞赛的蓝本是飓风桑迪过后出现的一类新型竞赛——纽约市重建设计项目。该类竞赛是洛克菲勒基金会发起的100座最具恢复力城市计划的关联项目,计划旨在支持全球一百座城市建立恢复能力以应对21世纪的挑战。

目前10支设计团队已经汇聚旧金山参与为期三个月的协作研究阶段,最终产生10个可实施的新提案,应对那些威胁到港湾地区生态系统及社区的气候变化问题。

HASSELL董事马飞龙(Richard Mullane)代表HASSELL+团队发言:”这是一个非常重要且激动人心的机会,让我们通过设计来改善湾区人们的生活。“

“HASSELL+团队具备丰富的滨水设计经验,深谙滨水区域能为关联社区创造巨大的价值。”

“HASSELL+团队来自澳大利亚(HASSELL)和荷兰(MVRDV + Deltares + Goudappel),同时配备当地的专家(Lotus Water、Frog Design、Civic Edge和Page and Turnbull),不仅能将多元视角带入项目,也深知以研究为导向的设计能够释放滨水区域的社会、文化、经济及生态潜能。“他说。

HASSELL+团队成员包括:
_HASSELL(设计团队主导)
_MVRDV(建筑及规划协作方)
_Civic Edge Consulting(社区协调方向)
_Deltares(水文及生态环境方向)
_Lotus Water(水文及生态环境方向)
_Frog Design(技术及社会影响方向)
_Goudappel(交通方向)
_Page and Turnbull(保护建筑方向)  

点击查看旧金山湾区韧性设计挑战赛(RBDBA)主页

图片:HASSELL+

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