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.
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
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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
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.
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
Capital One UK have unveiled its new, state of the art office across two floors in the White Collar Factory in London’s growing tech precinct. To strengthen its presence in London, the new office is a showcase for modern agile working within the fintech industry.
In our ever-changing economy where an increasingly diverse workforce assumes new job roles, it is important to be cognizant of potential design biases that manifest in the workplace. As designers, how are we contributing to or questioning our unconscious bias when we design? There are
Work places are notoriously sedentary, which has led to inactivity’s climb to the top reason for preventable death worldwide (yes, even over smoking). This doesn’t mean that you should quit your job and start smoking, but rather that you should incorporate some physical activity such
Can workplace design support thriving at work, bring out the best in people, and help nurture positive organizational change? If so, what are the scalable tools that help make this happen? These are questions that brought people together at the recent Thriving Workplace Summit, which