Jon Hazelwood writes for UK Landscape Institute journal
Jon Hazelwood, Head of Landscape Architecture for HASSELL in the United Kingdom, discusses the highs and lows of building a new practice in a new market and the joys of design competitions in two articles in the latest issue of Landscape, the journal of the UK Landscape Institute.
HASSELL has had success in a series of major design competitions since it opened for business in the UK in 2011, and are working on a number of projects in the UK, Europe and the Middle East.
In the latest milestone, HASSELL was one of eight practices appointed to the London Legacy Development Corporation specialist panel of Landscape Architects. The eight companies will be invited to work on a range of projects, post Olympics, including the design of a new canal side park and landscape design guidelines for new neighbourhoods around Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
HASSELL has studios in London and Cardiff and 12 others in Australia, China and Asia.
—Read more articles for June 2012
Parkroyal Darling Harbour
HASSELL has been working on the Parkroyal Darling Harbour and the new lobby was recently unveiled
Scott Walker reflects on IDEA
Scott Walker, Head of Interior Design at HASSELL, reflects on his time as jury member for this year's Interior Design Excellence Awards (IDEA) on Australian Design Review
ArchDaily on Bjarke Ingels' visit to Sydney
ArchDaily covers the news of Bjarke Ingels' visit to Sydney, sponsored by HASSELL
Designing for integrated education and research
How HASSELL designs for integrated education and research
Rundle Mall in Adelaide
Ben Willsmore, HASSELL Senior Associate, discusses the Rundle Mall redevelopment in Adelaide that he is working on as project design leader
Open plan offices - the pros and cons
Steve Coster, Head of Knowledge and Sustainability at HASSELL, discusses the pros and cons of open plan offices
Developing Australia's regional towns
The SuperTowns initiative in Western Australia is discussed on Design Build Source
Palm Island on IndesignLiveAsia
The Palm Island project takes its inspiration from the unique geography of Chongqing where the Yangtze River and Jialing River converge into one
We Love Perth profiles young architect Carly Barrett
Young HASSELL architect and Creative Director of Open House Perth was profiled on We Love Perth
Common Ground Sydney featured on Inhabitat
The World Architecture Festival award-winning Common Ground Sydney project features on Inhabitat with a special emphasis on its sustainability features
Changing the face of Perth through architecture
Design Build Source looks at how the Perth CBD is changing with developments like the HASSELL-designed Brookfield Place
ANZ Centre in Melbourne's Docklands, designed by HASSELL and Lend Lease design, applies contemporary thinking in workplace design and leadership in sustainability to reflect the client's focus on engagement and productivity while responding to the site's unique location.ANZ CentreRead more
The dtac corporate philosophy of 'play and learn' is successfully reflected in the design of this new workplace, challenging conventional notions of arrival, meeting, concentration and relaxation spacesdtac HouseRead more
The brief called for a 'studio' office environment that would reflect the creative team at George Patterson Y&R (and its subbrands) while still being a practical modern officeGeorge Patterson Y&RRead more