Cronton Colliery | Knowlsey United Kingdom | HASSELL

Cronton Colliery | Knowlsey United Kingdom | HASSELL
HASSELL was one of four finalists shortlisted in the Royal Institute of British Architects / Land Trust competition to create a master plan for a new public open space and visitor destination at the former Cronton Colliery site – a disused coal mine in Knowlsey, United Kingdom.
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HASSELL to design high street public realm proposals for Croydon Council


HASSELL, in collaboration with We Made That, has been appointed by London Borough of Croydon to deliver an important public realm project as part of the Connected Croydon programme. Supported by Engineers Buro Happold and graphic designers, Objectif, the team will deliver the South End Public Realm, part of a coordinated set of projects to enhance Croydon’s high streets.

The £2.8m South End scheme will transform the streetscape of a key gateway into central Croydon – and the heart of the Borough’s restaurant district – to create a coherent, high
quality and welcoming place. Works are expected to start on site in early 2014 following extensive engagement and consultation with stakeholders and community groups.

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Rundle Mall Redevelopment | Adelaide Australia | HASSELL

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Rundle Mall has been Adelaide’s premier shopping district since its pedestrianisation in 1976. Today it comprises over 700 retail stores, 350 commercial businesses, three department stores and 15 arcades connected by 10,000 sqm of open public space.
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Shortlist announced for Barangaroo Central Master Planning Team


Back in August we put the notice out for the International Search for Barangaroo Central Master Planning Team. After a review of all submissions the Authority’s Recommendation Panel has shortlisted 5 teams to deliver presentations and participate in interviews, prior to the final selection being made in December 2012.

Teams selected for further evaluation

  1. BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group (Danish firm with office in New York) and Hassell (Aust representation),
  2. Woods Bagot (Aust representation), Scape NYC (USA)
  3. UN Studio (Dutch), LAB architecture studio (Aust), NH Architecture (Aust), Imelk (USA)
  4. Sasaki Associates (USA), Diller Scofidio Renfro (USA); Jackson Teece (Aust)
  5. SOM – Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP  (USA) + Andersen Hunter Horne (Aust)

LESS (Local-area Envisioning and Sustainability-scoring System) | HASSELL

LESS (Local-area Envisioning and Sustainability-scoring System) | HASSELL
LESS (Local-area Envisioning and Sustainability-scoring System) is a design decision-making framework developed by HASSELL to generate sustainable design solutions that lessen emissions, use of resources and social disparity.
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