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HLW designs offices and corporate campuses that are high-performing, enriching, sustainable, adaptable, and prioritize wellness.

As digital tech merges with office setups and hybrid work becomes the norm, designing dynamic workplaces is more crucial than ever.

Regardless of how often employees come in or work remotely, HLW focuses on creating spaces that boost productivity, encourage meaningful interaction, reflect company values, and promote well-being and inclusivity with varied designs.

Modern office space featuring an eclectic mix of seating, including bean bags and high stools. An oval overhead lighting fixture mimics the shape of the central seating arrangement, while whiteboards and multimedia screens facilitate collaboration. The design integrates both privacy and openness, with ample natural light.
“Our designs—responding to shifting dynamics of how work is done today—ensure that every workplace is a hub for engagement, innovation, and productivity.”
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Melissa Strickland, NCIDQ

Principal, Managing Director NJ

Workplace Sector Highlights


of full-time, US-based employees are hybrid workers.

24 to 35

is the average age of remote and hybrid workers.

7 in 10

employees see lunch areas with seating as the most important workplace amenity.

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