We care about creating lasting value for our clients, but we’re just as passionate about creating lasting value for communities. We want to do work that matters to us – and to the wider world.

It’s about really listening to the perspectives of the people surrounding our projects – like Resilient South City in San Francisco, where local residents and community groups helped us map out a more sustainable future for their city.

It’s about giving back in the countries where we operate, through pro-bono projects such as the Maningrida Arts & Culture Precinct in Australia’s Northern Territory.

And it’s about contributing to grassroots efforts to expand minds and opportunities through design, by supporting programs such as the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust Building Futures in the UK and global initiatives like Humanitarian Architecture Week.

All of our professional lives we need to think about how we can add value and meaning for the future.”

Mark Loughnan Head of Design, Hassell
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To recognise #ReconciliationWeek 2019 and to expand our knowledge and understanding, Paul Paton from the Aboriginal Partnerships & Engagement Support unit at DELWP spoke to our Melbourne studio this morning about his experiences and why Reconciliation Week is so important. https://t.co/vh9Wqg9EMS

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HASSELL envisions new arts and culture precinct in a remote area of northern australia https://t.co/zxbBXabXh2 https://t.co/2Q9OZpTing

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Elisapeta Heta, Māori Design Leader from New Zealand’s @Jasmax, led a panel in our Melbourne studio exploring how relationships with Indigenous partners can enrich design and what the New Zealand experience can teach us about the value of partnerships with First Peoples. https://t.co/BrVooJC33X

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