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2019年7月17日
珀斯Optus体育场获得凡尔赛建筑奖殊荣

凡尔赛世界建筑设计奖组委会宣布了2019年度的获奖名单,珀斯Optus体育场荣膺2019年度体育类别大奖。

声名远播的凡尔赛世界建筑设计奖旨在认可并表彰全球杰出的商业建筑,获胜者通过由世界知名的建筑师、设计师以及多产的艺术家组成的独立评委会评选而出。

由HASSELL、Cox建筑事务所和HK体育与娱乐设计公司协同设计的珀斯Optus体育场在与美国、俄罗斯、哥伦比亚、中国以及伊拉克等国的同类项目角逐中脱颖而出。

HASSELL董事Peter Dean表示,赢得凡尔赛世界建筑设计奖反映了我们与客户的共同愿景,即设计一座以体育爱好者为本的体育场,并为他们打造365天全年无休的体育与娱乐体验。这个项目进一步丰富了珀斯的城市内涵。

“珀斯Optus体育场是一个地标性的项目,成功地转变了体育娱乐爱好者体验体育赛事和娱乐活动的方式。获得该国际殊荣是对整个设计团队、项目合作方及才华横溢的Whadjuk原住民协作伙伴所付出的辛勤努力的认可,我们齐心协力打造出了一个非同凡响的作品。”Peter说。

所有九个获奖项目的代表将于2019年9月齐聚法国巴黎联合国教科文组织总部,参加凡尔赛世界建筑设计奖的世界庆典。

点击此处了解更多凡尔赛世界建筑设计奖信息。

摄影:Peter Bennetts

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