on january 19, professor martin haas, the vice chairman of dgnb and the founder and partner of the german haascockzemmrich studio2050 architect firm, and mr. liu hanxiao, its general manager in china, visited sanxiang impression co., ltd on the invitation of mr. huang jian, sanxiang impression’s deputy general manager.
professor martin haas studied architectural design in stuttgart, germany, and in london, u.k., respectively. he is also a visiting professor at the university of stuttgart in germany, the university of pennsylvania in the united states, the sapienza university of rome in italy, the polytechnic university of milan, and the dublin art institute in northern ireland. in 2007, he started dgnb with 15 professionals from different fields, and has been the vice chairman of dgnb since 2013. his representative works include unilever headquarters in hamburg, germany (the first green landmark building using led lighting for the entire building), the marco polo apartment building (voted the best apartment building of 2009), and the headquarters building of the norddeutsche landesbank girozentrale in hanover, germany.
mr. wang kuixing, the gm assistant of sanxiang impression, and madam song jing, the deputy general manager of the design management department, received professor haas and his entourage. professor haas was greatly intrigued by the introduction he received to sanxiang impression’s business development summary and the explorations and achievements it has made in green building. both sides held a full discourse on such topics as the relationship between architecture and culture, the advancements of the industrial age, and the impact of the development of science and technology on future life, reaching a consensus in many places. both sides look forward to the prospect of future cooperation.
professor haas and his entourage also visited the zhangjiang project and topview project being developed and constructed by sanxiang impression, and experienced up close the achievements sanxiang impression has made in green building, leaving them with a beautiful and profound impression.