HOK hospitality design expert Robert Gdowski describes trends and watershed moments in Asia’s hospitality market.
A team from HOK’s Los Angeles took first place in the firm-wide Net Zero Design Competition.
The project will increase contiguous exhibit space from 146,000 to approximately 230,000 square feet and renovate the existing facility in downtown Louisville.
After three years of construction, Scripps Health has taken possession of the 383,00-sq.-ft. building, San Diego’s largest heart care-dedicated hospital.
A team of five designers from HOK’s St. Louis office won third place in the firm-wide Net Zero Design Competition.
Hui will direct the regional growth strategy for the A+T practice, provide project leadership, and build relationships with clients and strategic partners.
The slender form of 535 Mission Street shows poise in a time of urban flash according to the San Francisco Chronicle’s architecture critic, John King.
HOK was executive architect for the new 1.2 million-sq.-ft. hospital and health campus, which has replaced a 150-year-old facility.