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2019年3月4日
HASSELL授予Jared Thorp游学奖学金

HASSELL宣布毕业于昆士兰科技大学的设计(景观设计方向)学士Jared Thorp获得2019年HASSELL游学奖学金 — Robin Edmond奖。

Jared和七所澳大利亚大学选出的其他19名学生经过面试遴选后,最终脱颖而出,成为奖学金获得者。他展示的项目名为“颠覆动物园”(ZOOSubverted),挑战传统的动物园围场设计,打破圈养动物和人类观察者间的权力等级,以形成新型的意识形态和景观法则。

Jared用澳大利亚黄金海岸的“海洋世界”主题公园作为案例探索了设计概念,提出了一项景观干预措施,既能提升圈养动物的生活质量,也能为野生动植物的栖息地提供基础设施,使它们更好地适应环境并繁衍生息。

“基地现有的特征及生态可作为环境丰容的基础条件。在我的提案中,这些动物的自然栖息条件得到了强化,并绘制入动物园围场概念图中,为动物物种创造了繁衍、互动及可控的环境条件。“Jared说道。他的设计概念受到了动物园设计专家Jon Coe提出的”五大自由新元素(Five New Freedoms)“思想的启发。

HASSELL董事及景观设计负责人Angus Bruce表示,Jared的提案极富启发性,制图也充满说服力。他的提案旨在促进对于动物福祉的意识以及不断变化的集体意识的讨论,这两大意识对动物园景观设计的转型将起到重要作用。

“Jared希望通过他为‘海洋世界’设想的带有讽刺意味的试探性概念,鼓励人们探索动物园及围场的’沉浸式自然’设计模式。在这种模式下,人类观察动物的行为将受到限制的并隐藏于栖息环境中。这颠覆了以人类为主导的野生动物观察方式,并使动物享有更多的自由。“Angus说。

Jared希望用该奖学金至中国游学,研究中国政府对于全国社会信用系统的实施情况,以及该系统如何影响人们对动物保育及动物福祉的观念。

Jared说,他对动物园这种基础设施的社会意义深感兴趣,他希望设计能够改善圈养动物的栖息环境质量,激发人们的利他主义,建立人们对动物保育及福祉的意识和引发他们对此的思考。

HASSELL游学奖学金 — Robin Edmond奖是一项年度奖项,旨在表彰具备卓越专业潜质的景观设计专业应届毕业生。该奖项为获奖者创造机遇,助力他们游学至正在经历巨大社会发展或更新的目的地进行拓展性学习。

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