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.
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.
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
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
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
Designing space for your organization can be a little daunting; it requires significant amounts of time, money, and expertise. One critical element that’s often overlooked in the process is the need for a Vision. A project Vision is the big idea (or ideas) that define
We want to hear from the people who know the sector best. How do we really use the modern workplace; what do we now expect from offices and is the industry adapting to meet the changing demands of workers? For example, does co-working help you meet