At HLW, data is integral to design. Over time, we’ve measured and analyzed our projects (and others) in great detail, and built a rigorous database that spans sectors, office sizes, and locations. The Benchmark Index provides our clients with the opportunity to understand how their
HLW recently volunteered with Habitat for Humanity, giving back to its community by helping hard-working families in New York City take a major step onto the path towards financial stability. The HLW team had more than 20 volunteers on the August 10th build who worked
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
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.
Technological change is actively disrupting the auto industry, the way it does business, and the products and services it develops for its customers. What was once an industry that designed vehicles for individual customers is now an industry that will increasingly design vehicles and mobility solutions
Detroit, one of America’s greatest and historically rich cities, is experiencing an economic rebirth. Its pre-war and midcentury architectural legacy is welcoming a new era of design innovation as developers and entrepreneurs reshape the city and create new communities of innovation and growth. The Motor City