A recent article in Sustain magazine explored how biomimicry is being used to create a locally attuned, responsive design for Project Haiti, a replacement orphanage and children’s center being built in Port-au-Prince.
For the second straight year, DesignIntelligence has ranked HOK as the #1 professional design practice admired for technology expertise. The ranking appeared in the magazine’s 2013 Technology Trends & Innovation Survey.
An article in The Architects’ Journal shared findings that building information modeling, or BIM, can bring savings to commercial office tenants, but occupiers are not yet taking full advantage of cost-saving opportunities.
An HOK healthcare designer recently contributed to a Healthcare Design article discussing the special design needs of bariatric care spaces.
Construction of the 172,000-square-foot J. Harold Harrison, M.D. Education Commons at Georgia Regents University will provide space for the growing Georgia university.
Harris Health System recently received the Leading Edge Element Award for advanced technology at Smith Clinic in Houston.
The Baku Flame Towers project in Azerbaijan, the symbol of modern Baku, has received the MIPIM 2013 award for the “best hotel and tourist center.”
Read about New York Design Director Kenneth Drucker’s current projects, design process and more in this Q+A.