After over three decades on 5th Avenue, HLW is relocating our headquarters to a new space that reflects our brand and culture, while creating an environment that continues to support new ideas and objectives. Follow our journey to the new office at 5 Penn Plaza
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
John Gering, Managing Partner at renowned global architecture, interiors, planning, and strategy firm HLW, has been elevated to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects (FAIA), a select honor awarded to those who have made a significant contribution to the field of architecture.
We are excited to announce that HLW is opening a new location in Stamford, Connecticut in February 2019. This space will be the pilot location for our brand-new satellite office initiative, StudioGo. Located at 700 Canal Street, our new space allows us to better serve
Lisa Knip is promoted to Principal. Lisa is being promoted in recognition for her tireless efforts balancing client needs with HLW needs. She is protective of the craft of design and delivery; well known for delivering the highest quality of work while raising the bar
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
International architecture and design firm HLW is relocating its L.A. office within Santa Monica, Commercial Observer has learned. The firm is jettisoning its former office at 1556 20th Street for a 10,000-square foot penthouse at 1437 4th Street, a block from the upscale shopping and dining district 3rd Street Promenade. The 10-year lease was signed
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.
David Swartz is promoted to Senior Partner. This promotion follows another great accomplishment; David was made an AIA Fellow earlier this year. David has been with the firm since 1995 and was made a partner in 2000. While at HLW, he received the AIA National Young Architect
Nick Armitage joined the HLW London team recently as Client Relations Director. The interview below gives an insight into his personality and his thoughts on the current market. What drew you to HLW? The projects and people. It’s exciting working with a wide variety of