Four current or recent HOK airport clients — Indianapolis, Tampa, Salt Lake City and Long Beach — rank among the country’s top 10 airports in the magazine’s Readers’ Choice Awards 2015.
For the firm’s HOK 24 / SIXTY community service initiative, a team provided architectural and interior design to renovate multipurpose spaces in the Ronald McDonald East House in St. Petersburg, Fla.
HOK Managing Principal Anton Foss authors an article describing the design of Seattle’s proposed arena.
Domus China features an interview with Riccardo Mascia, managing principal for HOK’s Asia Pacific practice, and highlights several of the firm’s projects in the region.
Hamad International Airport earned the Best Airport Award at the first Future Travel Experience Asia Awards ceremony.
As part of the HOK 24 / SIXTY community service initiative, HOK’s Hong Kong office partnered with HOPE Worldwide to develop an architectural education program for children of low-income families.
As part of the HOK 24 / SIXTY community service initiative, designers from HOK’s Washington, DC, office provided pro bono design services for the renovation of a community fabrication lab.
HOK’s St. Louis office partnered with nonprofit Youth In Need as part of the HOK 24 / SIXTY initiative to give back to local communities with pro bono design services.