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HASSELL在2017全球企业不动产协会全球峰会上作演讲(CoreNet 2017)

本周,HASSELL在上海举行的2017全球企业不动产协会全球峰会上进行演讲,探讨了好的设计能够如何帮助重构城市。

HASSELL董事Andrew Low及马飞龙(Richard Mullane)和FreeState体验设计公司的Ben Johnson,就“半公共,半私人 – 通过激活私人空间增强商业及社会价值”为题进行联合演讲。作为专家小组,他们通过一系列案例分析,探讨了好的设计及体验式建筑如何重构人与人以及人与城市的关系。他们在演讲中会展开讨论,建筑如何通过重塑以达到加强非正式互动、创意协作,在为开发商、租户甚至是整个城市提高经济效益的同时,提高文化及社会价值。

HASSELL董事及董事会董事Steve Coster将参加峰会的分组讨论,就医药及生命科学实验室及办公空间的转型为主题,展开讨论。在这个行业经历着重大转型的时机,房地产及办公空间都萌发了一些特别的需求,需要通过创新的设计手法以及顺应需求的办公空间策略来解决。Steve会与大家分享我们最近的一些大型医药公司的办公设计项目,这些案例的设计创意之新,位于全球之首。

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