Designing for the Financial Workplace The complete visual notes are at the end of this article. On July 7th, HLW and the Newmark Activation Group hosted a virtual get-together with a group of leaders from various financial services companies. The evening’s discussion focused on what’s
We’re All in This Together: Cultural Resilience in Times of Disruption The last several months have been a trying time. Many of our social norms have been disrupted, forcing us to quickly adapt to a new reality and accelerate the adoption of new practices.
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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
HLW’s Hannah Beveridge, Senior Workplace Strategist, is featured in video interviews to highlight key issues around improving workplaces. This is to support the ongoing work of the ‘Stoddart Review Workplace Advantage’ study – a key piece of research commissioned to urge businesses and the workplace
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