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哈佛商学院景观 Harvard Business School by Reed Hilderbrand LLC

作者: 2021-06-232021年06月24日暂无评论

在六年的时间里,Reed Hilderbrand已经协助哈佛大学和哈佛商学院为他们的商学院制定了长期的总体规划。 Reed Hilderbrand正在与学校密切合作进行公共审批流程,参与了波士顿重建发展局和波士顿市政设计委员会的众多公开会议和听证会。
新建的塔塔大厅和未来的Chao中心定位了新的四边形,这将成为执行教育计划的一个地方。该计划重组了校园的东部边缘,重塑了学校与公共领域和查尔斯河保留区的关系。其他最近完成的项目包括重建Spangler-Aldrich四边形,这是一个传统园区的中央社会开放空间。景观建筑的改进适应了增加节目的愿望,鼓励各种规模的活动和聚会,实现学校雄心勃勃的可持续发展目标。
二十一世纪的非正式互动,协作,创新和惊喜文化被整合到哈佛商学院的公共空间,节目和家具中。这些是教育景观,但也是反映本世纪全球商业界新生活方式的环境。

Over a six year period Reed Hilderbrand has assisted Harvard University and Harvard Business School in devising a long-range Master Plan for their Business School. Reed Hilderbrand is working closely with the school on the public approvals process, participating in numerous public meetings and hearings with the Boston Redevelopment Authority and the Boston Civic Design Commission.

The newly constructed Tata Hall and future Chao Center anchors the new quadrangle which will be a locus for the Executive Education program. The scheme reorganizes the eastern edge of campus and reshapes the school’s relationship with the public realm and the Charles River Reservation. Other recently completed projects include the reconstruction of the Spangler-Aldrich Quadrangle, a central social open space for the legacy campus. Landscape architecture improvements accommodate a desire for increased programming, encourage events and gatherings of varying scales, and realize the school’s ambitious sustainability goals.

A twenty-first century culture of informal interaction, collaboration, innovation, and surprise is structured into the public spaces, programming, and furnishings throughout Harvard Business School. These are pedagogical landscapes but also environments that reflect a new way of life for the global business community in this century.

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