More stories about HOK

  • Morning News Roundup: Tyranny in Tennessee, Detente in Dallas

    The Koch brothers intercede in transit plans in Tennessee, Dallas bridges a solution for the glare burning the Nasher Sculpture Center, and more news.

  • Q and A with Architecture Photographer Iwan Baan

    Iwan Baan talks with ARCHITECT about Instagram, Baku, and the life of a nomad photographer.

  • A Detailed Look at the Solar Sunscreen on the Consolidated Forensic Laboratory

    The high-performance facility in Washington, D.C., by HOK uses a dynamic façade to draw in sunlight without the heat.

  • 17 Days Later

    London officials are leveraging their infrastructure spending on the so-called Neo-Austerity Olympics to help revitalize one of the city’s poorest neighborhoods. Critic Christopher Hawthorne weighs their chances for success, and at what cost.

  • Reverse Engineering

    Modeling future scenarios in an ongoing energy crisis.

  • The YAF Turns 20

    For two decades, the Young Architects Forum has helped emerging designers network and grow professionally.

  • Deal Maker

    Green architecture is just as important on the other side of the table.

  • Lightness of Being

    Local needs bolster a national trend to redefine healthcare’s physical footprint.

  • The G-List

    Lance Hosey surveyed 150 sustainability experts about the best green buildings of the past 30 years. What did he learn?

  • hok explores biomimicry in architecture

    Global architecture and planning firm HOK has formed an alliance with the Biomimicry Guild, a bio-inspired innovation consultancy co-founded by life sciences writer and educator Janine Benyus.