Equity is defined as “the quality of being fair and impartial”[i], but recently that definition has been expanding. In the court of law, equity ensures that conditions are fair and just. Today, equity means people have the right to be treated fairly throughout their life.
HLW is pleased to announce the latest addition to its growing London team, Francesca Gernone as Design Principal. Gernone comes to HLW with a strong background in base building repositioning and impactful interiors work. Leveraging over two decades of industry experience across both architecture and
The open office plan has earned a bad reputation over the past decade. A quick Google search for “open office” reveals a myriad of negative stories and research studies. However, the blanket statement that “open offices don’t work,” portrays an incomplete representation of the concept.
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Urban campuses have unique planning and design challenges when it comes to creating a sense of place that reflects both their global ambitions and local commitments to a variety of stakeholders. The urban college and university campus is a unique institutional form. It is more
We are proud to announce that our project the West End, has been nominated for the Interior Design Magazine’s Best of Year Awards 2018 in the “On the Boards: Commercial” category. Located in the West LA area, this building is well known for its prominent
Makerspaces These days, MakerSpaces are popping up in Universities around the Globe. These centers of entrepreneurial activity generate ideas from students, recent grads and established professionals. Through key partnerships with the local community, MakerSpaces are generating real investment into startup businesses. HLW has been working
HLW has announced the appointment of Ed Shim, Principal, to Managing Director of their New York headquarters. “Ed represents our new generation of leaders who understand the balance between the partnership’s legacy and the need to continuously reinvent ourselves,” Managing Partner Susan Boyle says. “We