The NewYork-Presbyterian David H. Koch Center ”sets the bar” for contemporary healthcare design.
The shortlisted projects include NewYork-Presbyterian David H. Koch Center, 151 W 42nd Street Lobby and Rogers Place.
“Establishing an office in Summit is part of our strategic plan for moving closer to clients in the Northeast and being integrated into the communities we serve,” said Carl Galioto,
Five HOK planners and designers contribute to a discussion about using design to solve some of the urgent issues facing cities.
Dithmer has more than 30 years of experience leading design teams for workplace, education, civic and cultural, and healthcare interiors projects.
HOK’s thought leaders give presentations and participate in panel discussions all over the world.
The Will County Courthouse and Stanislaus County Public Safety Campus have been honored in the AIA’s annual justice facility awards.
Q&A: HOK’s first-ever chief medical officer for Healthcare shares insights from a decade spent researching medicine, health policy and design.