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2017年6月9日
介绍HASSELL董事:John-Paul Davies

HASSELL董事John-Paul Davies相信建筑及设计需要的是坦诚与实用,同时对体验有清晰的表达。

“我认为通过更为低调的设计,实用与坦诚的建筑可以作为精心设计的体验的平台,而不仅仅是”时髦“的设计用来吸引人们的眼球,”John-Paul说道。

John-Paul于2011年加入HASSELL珀斯事务所,他拥有超过18年的总体规划经验,包括从设计到最终项目交付的每个阶段,项目遍及各个行业,主要集中于交通、公共建筑及教育行业。

最近,John-Paul在珀斯领导的项目包括,新珀斯体育场、东珀斯电站更新以及Freshwater Parade公寓住宅等,同时在Forrestfield Airport机场干线、水岸总体规划及Burswood车站行人天桥概念设计项目上也有参与。

“珀斯在经历大规模建设井喷阶段后,一直在等待着好的项目,于是我们和客户一起考量原始设计需求、深刻理解设计目标,从而创造出更多激动人心的项目。”他说。

同时,John-Paul也是澳大利亚绿色建筑委员会绿星成员(Green Star Associate),尤其关注可持续方面的研究。加入HASSELL之前,他在西澳进行过多项可持续发展为主的项目,包括两个维多利亚大道的办改造项目(珀斯首个绿星评级六星项目)、中央理工学院绿色技术中心以及环境部及西澳尖峰石阵沙漠保护区发现中心。

作为珀斯事务所的实践领导,John-Paul非常乐意与事务所的新生代设计师一同工作并给予全力的支持。“HASSELL成员的优势在于我们对于设计的热情能与我们一直致力于的原则相吻合,通过我们的专业知识实现项目的交付。我在事务所的这一角色,能够参与到项目的多个层面及范围,从设计评审时与大家开展的广泛讨论,到与新任的项目主管一同工作,为项目进程制定从一开始到最终完成的整个策略。这样设计、角度及管理三方面都能得到很好的平衡。”他说道。 

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珀斯体育场站
Freshwater Place住宅公寓

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