“For me, one of the most satisfying things about practicing architecture has been the opportunity that comes with each new commission to become immersed in that client’s world. As a lead designer and then later as a Principal-in-Charge serving multiple market sectors over the past thirty years, I’ve enjoyed learning: the subtleties of brewing beer, techniques for preserving ancient texts, the requirements of large animal digesters, advancements in technology required for radio and television studios and how to keep dryer lint from spoiling the soup in mixed-use developments. It’s never dull, always fascinating and the continued challenges leading to new innovations make the long hours all worthwhile.”
This multi-phased 30-acre expansion is home for 2,500 USC undergraduate students.
A 21,500-square-foot, LEED Gold, two-story new library with panoramic ocean views.
The Sommer Aquatic Center provides a 54-meter competition lap pool and a 52-meter competition diving pool.
Extensive addition and renovation of existing arts center
New Fine Arts Building for University of California Riverside
Historic and Seismic Renovation of USC Library
Historic renovation of Stanford University's 1919 library
Sun Valley Branch Library is one of 32 public facilities built as part of the City of Los Angeles’ 1998 Library Bond Program.
A new housing project in the Marina del Rey ocean front community.
A public library designed to meet the highest level of sustainability rating, named a 2004 COTE Top Ten Award winner.
Spanish View Towers marks the premier of the "homedeminium" concept, setting new standards in high-end urban living.
The Carlyle is located in the heart of Westwood in an area of Los Angeles called The Gold Coast.
Inspired classroom renovations at a private K-8 school.
An adaptive reuse of an office building to create a new private high school for 1,200 students with an athletics complex
Americana at Brand, Glendale’s new shopping, dining, and entertainment destination.
October 18, 2017 - CHICAGO, IL (Oct. 10 2017) – During the Great Depression, the Works Progress Administration (WPA) assembled teams of well-regarded architects to design much-needed housing for low -income families throughout Chicago. Julia C. Lathrop Homes was one such development, but was unusual in terms of its location on the Chicago River on the northside and its diverse workforce population. Its... more
August 17, 2017 - USC Village Opens Today — a transformational mixed-use, living-learning community, that extends the University of Southern California (USC) University Park Campus north — ceremoniously opens today. It is a momentous project, surpassing all other student housing developments in California, in size and magnitude. It is home for 2,500 USC undergraduate students, providing a highly-curated mix... more
August 15, 2017 - HED is pleased to announce the completion of the new $85-million emergency department at William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak. The 119,080-square-foot addition and 56,250-square-foot renovation more than doubles the size of the existing emergency department and features 114 exam rooms, 16 triage bays, four trauma bays and a helipad on the roof. The expansion also includes 53... more