Hassell (architecture firm)

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Type Private
Industry Building
Founded Adelaide, Australia
Headquarters Australia
Number of locations 14 studios
Area served Worldwide
Key people Gerard Corcoran (CEO)
Peter Duncan (Chairman)
Services Architecture, interior design, landscape architecture and planning
Employees 900 +
Website www.hassell.com.au

Hassell (stylised HASSELL) is a multidisciplinary design practice, with offices in Australia, China, Singapore, Thailand and United Kingdom. It was founded in Australia in 1938.[1] In 2010 it was ranked the largest architecture company in Australia and the 25th largest in the world.[2]

The firm received Australian Institute of Architects national awards for the Sydney Olympic Park railway station (1998), the VS1/SA Water building in Adelaide (2009), ANZ Centre in Melbourne's Docklands and the railway stations of the Epping to Chatswood railway line (2010).[3]

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