Larry Malcic, AIA, LEED GA, is the design principal for HOK’s London office and a member of the firm’s global design board.
Larry provides design direction for a diverse range of projects including commercial, corporate, academic and civic buildings. His involvement begins at the strategic design stage and continues throughout the development and execution of projects.
He helped establish HOK’s strong presence in the UK and Europe, and also has experience working in North America, Asia and the Middle East.
“One of the special qualities architects have is that we literally, physically, create the future. All of our time is spent is looking at things as they are and anticipating how they might be. Each decision we make actually helps shape and form and define the future.”
“We design buildings that are intelligent and memorable. They are intelligent in that they are sustainable, thoughtful and functionally well-conceived. They are memorable in the quality of the building expression. When intelligent and memorable qualities come together, there’s an overwhelming feeling that everything is right.”
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The University of Pennsylvania
Master of Architecture
Bachelor of Arts, Design of the Environment