“It is the uniqueness of each project that I enjoy the most, each project brings with it a specific set of opportunities and constraints. In understanding this, I approach each project with a spirit of discovery and work, as a team member, to develop a design strategy that best addresses the needs of the users. The solutions arrived at tend to be organic, emerging from a larger collective expertise.”
The first Net Zero Energy library in the state of California and 2016 COTE Top Ten winner.
Bridging documents for a 175,000-square-foot, 506-bed student housing community at The University of California, Davis.
Bridging documents for a 320,000 SF, 1,200-bed student housing community at The University of California, Davis.
Wallis Annenberg Hall provides a dynamic environment for collaborations in research, content development, and media production.
The Vermont transforms an open space in the heart of the growing Mid-Wilshire District into a vibrant, mixed-use community.
A new Athletic Complex at Los Angeles Mission College in the North San Frenando Valley.
A new 30,000 square-foot pool complex for a private college in Los Angeles
A new Science and Math Building, Multi-purpose Building, Master Plan and Campus-wide Renovations.
November 28, 2017 - HED welcomes Rachel Carr to the firm as Associate and Business Development Manager in our San Diego office. She will oversee business development for both public and private projects in Workplace, Community, Science + Technology, Pre-K-12 and Higher Education. Rachel is supported by an established southern California technical team of Architects, Engineers and Designers. With 10 years... more
November 28, 2017 - In 2012, South Suburban PADS established the Country Club Hills Wellness Center (CCHWC)! 5 Years later, the CCHWC sustains 77 apartment units, providing permanent housing solutions, and wraparound services. The Country Club Hills Wellness Center is the first permanent supportive housing site for homeless individuals and families that South Suburban PADS typically serves through its... more
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