As coronavirus looks likely to create a permanent shift in how millions of office workers divide their time, we explore a recent competition set by the British Council for Offices (BCO) to imagine the post-pandemic workplace. Tasked with imagining the post-pandemic workplace, HLW joined forces
For the third year, Crain’s is featuring the Coolest Offices in New York. HLW is thrilled that two of our projects were selected as finalists – HLW’s New York City office for Coolest Collaboration and Zola for Coolest New Construction. Although the pandemic has put
Our London studio is pleased to announce that it has won first place in the MARK Product ‘Power of Ten’ Design Competition with their “Luminous Loop” chair. Displayed at Clerkenwell Design Week, the ‘Power of Ten’ exhibition highlighted the collaboration at the heart of the
HLW has ranked as one of NJBIZ‘s 2019 Best Places to Work in New Jersey in the medium-company category. This is the first year that HLW’s Madison, NJ office has participated in the Best Places program and is thrilled to share that they have placed
We are excited to announce that HLW’s 915 Wilshire project has been awarded the Contract Magazine Interiors Awards for Lobby Repositioning. The focus of the project was the main entrance and building lobby at street level. The existing lobby was tired, dated and greatly underutilized.
HLW is very excited to announce that our New Jersey office was named the Emerging Business of the Year at the NJ Biz Business of the Year 2018 awards ceremony. The Business of the Year awards recognizes New Jersey’s most dynamic businesses and business leaders who
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
As the leading promoter of live music in New York City, Bowery Presents sought to expand its roster of performance spaces with the addition of a large venue that could accommodate 2,000 people. After scouring Brooklyn for a site, the perfect space was discovered accidentally.