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2014 design annual


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PREFACE Represented throughout this portfolio is the intersection between HOK’s thought leadership in specialty areas – healthcare, technology, airports, interiors, urbanism, sustainability – and our commitment to design excellence. We consider each project, no matter its purpose, to be deserving of quality. As reflected on these pages, the everyday environment of a transportation center or a hotel lobby receives as much care in design and detailing as the specialized facilities of an airport or a research lab. We believe every setting offers the opportunity to create a meaningful and memorable place. HOK solves the challenges of environments around the world through the exploration and analysis of site, purpose and form. An entrance canopy at a New York City hospital comes from the same rigorous approach as a vast mixed-use development in China. We are able to design a wide spectrum of building types in various locations through the multidisciplinary teams of our global practice. We apply our place-making skills to corporate campuses, financial districts, research parks and residential communities. The density required of these large, transformational areas is often achieved


through sustainable strategies. New infrastructure

changing styles of working. We are exploring

and buildings are organized around parks, gardens

ways of humanizing the office through new types

and greenery to mitigate the effects of climate

of resource-efficient arrangements, allowing for

change.

collaborative and individual work spaces.

Sensitivity to local climate and culture shapes our

Along with practical solutions, we include

design approach so that each project is appropriate

visionary designs created through international

to its context. A brick office building is seamlessly

competitions. Their innovative strategies include

woven into the historic fabric of London, while

an urban “carpet� of sustainable infrastructure in

bold towers, influenced by the shapes of Chinese

Houston and a cluster of spherical structures for a

ceramic vases, stand out on the Nanchang skyline

Chinese port office complex. While yet unrealized,

to mark its emerging business district. In Riyadh,

these urban and architectural proposals reflect

Saudi Arabia, a new residential community draws

imaginative possibilities that will influence our

on the region’s traditional urban patterns to

future built designs.

become the first project outside North America to achieve LEED for Homes certification.

The breadth of these projects illustrates the diversity of our work and productive

We have significantly expanded our opportunities

collaborations with our clients.

to design hotels and resorts through the recent addition of talented designers from a leading hospitality design firm, adding richness to a building type often associated more closely with repetition than risk-taking. As we move forward, this hospitality design expertise will benefit our healthcare environments by transforming them into more comfortable, attractive spaces. Our interior designs continue to benefit both public and private organizations in supporting

HOK Design Board


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Aegis Media Office

8

Atlantis Sanya Hainan Resort

14

Beijing Art Hotel

22

BP Center for High-Performance Computing

30

Cedars-Sinai Advanced Health Sciences Pavilion

38

Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Air Traffic Control Tower

48

Commerce Union Center

52

Confidential Master Plan Competition

58


Dechert Law Office

72

Delta Ottawa City Centre Renovation

78

Department of Housing and Urban Development Demonstration Office Space

84

Dubai Expo 2020 Master Plan

88

Five-Star Hotel Luxury Suite

96

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66

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33 Davies Street

Golden Harbor Ecotourism Resort

114

King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center Residential Community

122

King Abdullah University of Science and Technology Interior Design

138

King Khalid International Airport Development + Expansion

146

LG Science Park

154

Long Beach Airport Terminal Modernization

162

MGM Grand Sanya

168

Museum Gardens Dream Pavilion Competition

174

Nanjing Financial Center

180

Newport Magistrates' Court

186

NewYork–Presbyterian 68th Street Entrance Renovation

192

NewYork–Presbyterian Ambulatory Care Center

198

Ogilvy & Mather Office

204

Oregon State Hospital

208

Phillips 66 Headquarters Campus

216

Rosewood Abu Dhabi

222

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Headquarters

230

TD Ameritrade Headquarters + Operations Center

236

The Central & Wolfe Campus

244

The Exchange

252

University of Maryland, Baltimore, Health Sciences Facility III

258

Vaikunth Residential Development

266

Xiamen Tong'an New Town Blue Diamond Project

278

Zhoushan Island + Jintang Island Master Plan

286

Zhuhai Port Office Building Competition

298

7

INDIANAPOLIS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

108

500ft

Golden Empire Transit Central Facility

200

102

100

Four Seasons Nanjing


Aegis Media Office 9

New York, New York, USA

Completion: 2012

This contemporary, dynamic workplace

for the office, providing a flexible space for

reflects Aegis Media’s energy and creativity

presentations, meetings and town hall events.

while responding to its growth as a global

The Tank bisects the building core and reads

media and digital communications leader.

as a three-dimensional volume, sheathed in reclaimed oak panels that add warmth and

The design for renovating Aegis’ existing

contrast with the all-white office interior.

space creates a light, bright aesthetic in an open-plan environment. The office’s color

Offices and workstations are customized to

palette plays on shades of white, creating a

support the company’s creative work style.

gallery where Aegis’ people can display their

Branding throughout the office supports

work. Light woods bring a natural feel to the

Aegis and its family of companies with

office while complementing the color palette.

a flexible layout that allows applications to change as groups relocate within the

By widening the existing stairway between

space. The project follows best practices in

floors 13 and 14 and adding cafés and open

sustainable office design.

workspaces, designers created a social hub linking the two floors. Nicknamed “The Tank,” this iconic space acts as a focal point

◄ café

2014 design annual

94,000 sq. ft. / 8,700 sq. m.


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AEGIS MEDIA OFFICE

▲ conference room

◄ level 14 floor plan 1

elevator lobby

2

work station

3

café

4

conference room

5

lecture room

6

waiting area


▼ café seating

13

AEGIS MEDIA OFFICE


Atlantis Sanya Hainan Resort 15

Sanya, Hainan Province, China

Completion: 2016

The design for this 1,400-guestroom resort

The 48-story tower is capped by a 78-foot-

of the waterpark and ocean. They also have a

hotel reinterprets the myth of Atlantis on

high lantern that pulls the rhythm of the

strong cross-axial orientation to the signature

Hainan Island. The resort sits along the

tower’s continuous linear balconies up to

317,000-gallon Atlantis aquarium.

Haitang Bay National Coast, overlooking the

its peak. The curtain wall and balcony rails

South China Sea.

incorporate a waved frit that appears to

Pushing the building’s core back to the arrival

send ripples up the building, reinforcing the

side introduces a subtle inflection to the plan

Derived from the ocean’s crashing against the

fl uid nature of the design. The signature

and allows guestrooms to face the beach

island’s rocky coast – traditionally considered

Atlantis Bridge Suite is incorporated into the

and ocean. The podium includes more than

in China to be the end of the earth – the tower

penthouse level of the tower, reinterpreting

320,000 square feet of retail, restaurant and

rises in two fin-like forms joined to create

the Atlantis brand’s classic tradition in a

conference space.

a dramatic massing. The building podium,

modern way.

including the main lobby rotunda, is conceived

◄ aerial view

Inspired by coral reefs, the “Lost Chambers”

as a series of spiraling vortexes of water

The porte-cochère and lobby reception area

aquarium’s design focuses on fl uid movement

streaming away from the towers.

are developed on an axis with views

through the resort’s aquatic exhibits.

2014 design annual

3.3 million sq. ft. / 307,000 sq. m.


â–˛ hotel tower


▼ level 5 floor plan 1

guestrooms

2

service core

1 0 5

2

10 20m

1

17 ▼ level 6 floor plan guestrooms

2

service core

3

suite

1

2

3

1

ATLANTIS SANYA HAINAN RESORT

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â–ź lobby level floor plan 1

parking

2

the avenues retail

3

the avenues roof

4

water feature

5

dig suites

6

the lost chambers

7

atlantis aquarium

8

poseidon court

9

front desk / front office

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10 hotel retail 11 lobby lounge / bar 12 grand lobby 13 hotel arrival 14 boardrooms 15 grand ballroom below

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16 specialty restaurant 17 executive offices 18 banquet VIP arrival

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5 12 14 11 10

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0 10 20 40m

▲ atlantis aquarium

19

ATLANTIS SANYA HAINAN RESORT

▲ atlantis aquarium


▼ grand lobby

21

ATLANTIS SANYA HAINAN RESORT


Beijing Art Hotel 23

Beijing, China

Competition: 2013

The Beijing Art Hotel acts as a counterpoint

With its striking zigzag geometry, the hotel

to the new Tadao Ando-designed museum in

cuts across the landscape. Firmly anchored

northeast Beijing.

on the eastern end, the structure rises above the ground plane at the western end, floating

At the site entrance, the museum is conceived

as it is reflected in the pond below. Directly

as an oval floating in a reflecting pond and

accessible from the hotel and museum, a

accessible via a pedestrian bridge. The crisp,

destination lounge hovers in the water like a

angular planes of the hotel provide a sharp

droplet poised for immersion.

contrast to the soft, oval form of the museum. This design creates a boundary edge for the

Located in an accent pavilion, the ballroom

museum space and a surface for its

and ancillary facilities form the western

floating silhouette.

enclosure of the arrival plaza. Based on floor-area ratio constraints, many of the

◄ aerial view

The 180-key, fi ve-star boutique hotel

dining areas sit below grade, opening onto a

functions in the landscape like a liaison,

recessed water garden that is designed as an

balancing the water side of the museum with

“oval void” and is visible from the

the land side of the hotel.

museum’s solid oval.

2014 design annual

339,000 sq. ft. / 31,500 sq. m.


▲ main entry

▲ north elevation


0 8

6

16 0 5

32 10

8

20

64t

ground floor plan ► 7 lobby

2

lobby bar

3

café + bar

4

specialty restaurant

5

front office

6

ballroom

7

garden suites

8

garden

9

sunken courtyard

40m

1

5

1

2 4 9

25

3

10 museum

BEIJING ART HOTEL

10


▲ cross section

▲ view across sunken plaza


▲ cross section

27

BEIJING ART HOTEL


▼ exterior perspective

29

BEIJING ART HOTEL


BP Center for High-Performance Computing 31

Houston, Texas, USA

Located on BP’s Westlake campus, the

Computing floors on levels two and three

Employees and visitors can access the

Center for High-Performance Computing is a

embrace a “box within a box” concept for the

computing spaces via an elevator or

three-story, standalone building that houses

server rack space, with the office and support

cascading stairway. A wall adjacent to the

functions and equipment for computing and

space placed outside the box. A service

stairway separates the computing rack

PUE Design: 1.35

processing geophysical data. According to

corridor surrounding the computing space

space from the office space. This wall is clad

PUE Annual Average: 1.33

BP, it is the world’s largest supercomputer for

provides access to the racks and creates a

in a vibrant yellow wood panel system that

commercial research.

buffer from the exterior. The offices’ location

graphically reinforces the concept of a box

along the building’s north face provides

within a box.

Completion: 2013

BP’s campus is in the Houston Energy

daylight and views while reducing direct heat

Corridor, 20 miles west of downtown Houston

loads. To the north, the offices' undulating

The overall orientation supports sustainability

along Interstate 10. The building’s public

glass facade creates collaboration alcoves

goals by limiting the building’s glazed areas

program components face the highway

between the glazed exterior wall and the

to the north. The facility is designed to

and feeder road to the north. A service

office space.

deliver a power use effectiveness (PUE)

access drive, loading area, cooling towers

of 1.35, compared to a global average of

and generators are contained to the south

The building’s east and west facades align

approximately 1.85 according to a 2012

between the building and an existing garage.

with the garage. Pulling the main entry

Uptime Institute survey.

volume to the west creates a clear entry The facility is a data center consisting of

sequence from the campus while cantilevered

“white space” (closed server racks) with

conference and team areas above the entry

supporting offices on levels two and three and

strengthen visual connectivity to the main

mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems

campus.

on the first level. The design expresses the building’s nature by layering and stacking its functions, with the materiality conveying the programs of the spaces inside.

◄ main entry

2014 design annual

110,000 sq. ft. / 10,200 sq. m.


â–ź level 1 floor plan 1

lobby

2

conference room

3

shipping / receiving

4

loading dock

5

chilled water plant

6

electrical

7

UPS

2

7 1

6

3

5 4


0 10 30

▲ air handling units

▲ electrical

70ft

33

▲ pumps

1

2

2

2

8

3

▲ cross section

4

office + office support

2

computing / rack space

3

support

4

electrical

5

air handling units

6

chillers

7

pumps

8

cooling towers

9

exterior service zone

3

7 4

1

5

6

9

BP CENTER FOR HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPUTING

▲ chillers


▲ north elevation

▲ east elevation


35

BP CENTER FOR HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPUTING

▲ informal collaboration space

▲ north facade detail


▼ exterior view of entrance

37

BP CENTER FOR HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPUTING


Cedars-Sinai Advanced Health Sciences Pavilion 39

Los Angeles, California, USA

Completion: 2013

The 11-story Cedars-Sinai Advanced Health

a double skin of glazing and vertical glass

leads to the ground floor lobby and simulation

Sciences Pavilion integrates world-class

fin sun screens mitigate solar gain and glare

lab, which are fronted with large windows that

patient care, medical research and teaching

from the low-angled light. On the southern

provide light and views to the outside.

within a single building.

exposure, the recessed windows and light

Annual EUI: 85 kBTU / sf / yr

shelves create a restrained facade. On the

Materials and details throughout public

The pavilion is clad in a shimmering, double-

north face, floor-to-ceiling windows offer

spaces promote the quality and care that

glass skin, with a broad, gently curving facade

stunning views of the Hollywood Hills and

characterize the Cedars-Sinai brand. From

that wraps along San Vicente Boulevard, the

provide natural light in office areas.

the Jerusalem limestone in the main lobby,

major thoroughfare leading to the Cedars-

to the calming, spa-like feel of the sixth-floor

Sinai campus. With its high-tech sensibility,

On the top two research-dedicated floors,

neuroscience waiting area, to the ample

sleek transparency and high-quality materials,

a connecting stair opens to a gathering

seating and comfortable lighting at every

the building’s image speaks to a synergy of

space and encourages collaboration among

level, the design focuses on the well-being of

healthcare and science.

physicians, researchers and educators.

each patient.

Located adjacent to the translational The LEED Gold-certified facility features

research laboratories, this “living room”

The team designed the pavilion with flexibility

efficient mechanical systems, a photovoltaic

attracts researchers seeking space for quiet

for programs to change over time. The

array and smart facades that respond to

concentration or casual meetings.

building includes standard-sized treatment

environmental conditions. The exterior skin

◄ view looking west

and procedure spaces and an infrastructure

has high-performance glass and perforated

At lower levels, the pavilion conveys a civic

that will accommodate continuous changes in

metal panels that reduce heat gain and

sensibility with a natural limestone base that

medical technologies and research.

glare while providing a comfortable interior

creates a plinth for the glass structure above.

environment. On the east and west facades,

The limestone forms an entrance canopy that

2014 design annual

820,000 sq. ft. / 76,200 sq. m.


â–ź level 8 floor plan

7

8

1

elevator lobby

2

education center

3

break area

4

conference room

5

open office

6

closed lab

7

work area

8

open lab

9

lab support

6 8

5 5

4

2

3

1

4

5

9

6

8

5

8 8


0

16

32

64 ft

41

▲ interior corridor ▲ café

CEDARS-SINAI ADVANCED HEALTH SCIENCES PAVILION

▲ clinical space


▲ view looking southeast

▲ facade details


facade diagram â–ş 1

concrete structural slab on metal decking

2

aluminum band

3

glazed aluminum curtain wall

4

steel beam with spray-on fireproofing

5

insulated vision glass

6

insulated vision glass shadowbox

7

vertical glass fin

8

catwalk

43

8

1

3 1

1

5

5

3

6

6

4

6 3 4 4 7

CEDARS-SINAI ADVANCED HEALTH SCIENCES PAVILION

2


▲ elevation

▲ cross section


45

CEDARS-SINAI ADVANCED HEALTH SCIENCES PAVILION

▲ view from crosswalk


▼ lobby / main entry

47

CEDARS-SINAI ADVANCED HEALTH SCIENCES PAVILION

▲ interior stair


Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Air Traffic Control Tower 49

Mumbai, India

Completion: 2013

The aerodynamic, sculptural form elevates

Combining an architecturally dynamic

the control center of Mumbai’s primary

form with the precise functional demands

international airport and creates a signature

of an air traffic control tower, the design

element for the airport complex. As one of the

creates a workplace that is safe, efficient

tallest and most visible structures in Mumbai,

and comfortable. Tower controllers are

the 275-foot-high tower makes an iconic

equipped with the latest technology, including

statement in the city.

electronic flight strips, and have unobstructed views of the entire operations area.

The tower supports CSIA’s vision of being a world-class airport with the best possible

HOK collaborated with Arup on the project,

facilities, infrastructure and management.

which began as an international design

Featuring three floors at the base and four

competition.

at the top, it is designed to meet an array of complex traffic control requirements while remaining flexible for future needs.

◄ view from ground level

2014 design annual

43,050 sq. ft. / 4,000 sq. m.


UP

UP

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▲ upper level floor plan

▲ lower level floor plan

▲ section


▼ street view

0

4

8

16

32m

51

CHHATRAPATI SHIVAJI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER


Commerce Union Center 53

Nanchang, Jiangxi Province, China

Competition: 2013

The city's abundant greenery and natural

A low-scale outdoor shopping street is set

On the site's western edge, a park between

beauty inspired the design of the Jiangxi

against the larger indoor retail outlets to the

the commercial edge and the residential

General Chamber of Commerce complex. This

east. This provides an attractive destination

towers serves as the project’s green heart.

development will anchor the northern end of

with views of the entire shopping experience.

Primarily used by residents, the park's

Nanchang's new central business district on the Gan River's western shore.

eastern edge will be activated by cafés The towers appear to be formed by the same

and storefronts. The park also serves as a

natural erosion that created the river and

buffer and connecting point between the

Located in an underdeveloped part of the

its new retail edge. Their design is heavily

commercial areas on the east and residential

city, the project provides a strong sense of

infl uenced by the sculptural forms of the

areas on the west.

place and a self-sustaining environment that

ceramic vases produced in the Jiangxi

takes advantage of the river and its

region. Tapering at the top and bottom, the

amenities to attract visitors.

smooth, shifting form creates a distinct tower that, like the river, appears to change

The design stretches the retail space along

shape when viewed from different angles.

the site’s long river edge and anchors each

The triangular plan maximizes views to the

end with two large office and hotel towers.

river while creating a structurally sound

Stepped terraces make the retail space feel

form for the buildings.

like a natural extension of the curving river's edge while maximizing views of the city.

◄ aerial view

2014 design annual

3.77 million sq. ft. / 351,000 sq. m.


â–ş level 1 plan + site 1

retail

2

exhibition space

3

public circulation

4

office / business center

3

4 3

3

1

1

3 1

2 1 3 1

1

4


0 8 16 32 64m

▲ public plaza

55

COMMERCE UNION CENTER

▲ skyline at night


▼ aerial view at night

57

COMMERCE UNION CENTER


Confidential Master Plan Competition 59

Houston, Texas, USA

Competition: 2013

The plan proposes a conceptual model for

With a unifying “carpet,” the initial strategy

capacity to sustain a dense population,

improving the quality of life in this district,

seeks to connect previously separated

regenerate natural resources and mitigate

which is 12 miles west of downtown Houston

neighborhoods. This sustainable urban

the effects of climate change.

along the Interstate 10 Energy Corridor.

topography provides a foundation for the city's infrastructure. New districts designed

The design separates vehicular activity, giving

Though it greatly improved connectivity

around the corridor are confined to the

preference to pedestrians. The long-term

among US cities, the introduction of

limits of the blanket, creating a diverse but

proposal looks to negate the automobile-

the country's Interstate Highway System

compact urban footprint.

driven development by providing alternative

divided many neighborhoods. In Houston, the

transportation methods. This reduces the

highways have hindered pedestrian movement

The “performative topography” concept is

strain on roadway infrastructure while

and damaged residents’ sense of community.

integrated with a plan to use vertical growth

creating an urban environment that promotes

to resolve horizontal sprawl. By expanding

community interdependence.

The new master plan creates a more livable

vertically, new development requires less

civic space by cross-pollinating building

infrastructure and land.

systems, public and private sectors, and

◄ aerial view

active and passive landscapes. The design

As it restores the equilibrium of culture, city

introduces a new example of city-making and

and nature, the landscape strategy gives

injects a sense of place into the area.

the current urban environment the

2014 design annual

13.1 million sq. ft. / 1.2 million sq. m.


â–˛ conceptual site plan


▼ water harvesting + filtration system

1 inverted concrete waffle slab 2 organic matter water filtration 3 cistern collection 4 subterranean hydrologic network 5 underground storage reservoir

1

2

3

4

5

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CONFIDENTIAL MASTER PLAN COMPETITION

▲ multimodal transit center


â–˛ mixed-use hyper-vertical density


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11

2 3

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â–˛ mixed-use tower performative system diagram 1

inverted concrete waffle slab

2

organic matter water filtration

3

cistern collection

4

subterranean hydrologic network

5

underground storage reservoir

6

photovoltaic solar array

7

dual-facade ventilation system

8

private community green space

9

condominium + living

10

private office + workplace

11

retail + entertainment + social space

12

parking

4

12

CONFIDENTIAL MASTER PLAN COMPETITION

7

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▼ aerial view at night

65

CONFIDENTIAL MASTER PLAN COMPETITION


33 Davies Street 67

London, UK

Completion: 2013

This new office building in the heart of

the building. By varying the size and detailing

The design team advised the clients on the

London’s historic Mayfair neighborhood

of the windows, an illusion of “piano nobile”

selection of artists for the public artwork,

reflects the area’s vibrant spirit.

exists along ground floor retail spaces. This

which includes three solid bronze portcullis

helps integrate the building into its historic

entrance gates designed by London artist

Located in a Conservation Area among

surroundings while maintaining the floor-to-

Wendy Ramshaw, CBE.

Georgian townhouses and imposing Victorian

floor heights of a modern office building

facades, the office building needed to balance

on higher floors.

contemporary and traditional aesthetics.

BIM geometry and data developed throughout the design and construction process will

Incorporating the essence of classical

In reference to neighboring buildings, the

aid in the building’s ongoing management.

architecture, the design team worked with

exterior has the appearance of handset,

Key initiatives that will benefit the owners

Grosvenor and Stow Capital Partners to give

handmade brickwork, with decorative

include asset tagging, online tools for

the building its own identity while ensuring

elements crafted from Portland stone. The

building management systems, tenant fit-out

that it fits comfortably in its surroundings.

facade's precast panels are elegantly detailed

guidelines and GIS models.

to hide joints and junctions. Using this Using building information modeling (BIM), the

material accelerated construction while giving

The project achieved BREEAM Excellent

team maximized floor-to-ceiling heights while

the facade a consistent appearance.

certification.

effectively adding an entire fl oor in comparison to the Edwardian building it replaces.

The quality of design, materials and detailing continues inside the building. The reception

The design reconciled a classically inspired

area, in particular, reflects the contemporary,

elevation design, which would typically require

exclusive luxury called for in the design brief.

decreased floor-to-floor heights moving up

◄ main entrance

2014 design annual

33,700 sq. ft. / 3,130 sq. m.


â–˛ entrance to offices with portcullis gates open

â–˛ portcullis gate detail


9 ground floor plan â–ş

retail 1

4

retail 2

5

reception desk

6

entrance retail 1

7

entrance to office

8

entrance retail 2

9

service corridor

4 3

1

5

5

waiting area

3

1

office reception

2

0

1

2

7

8

10m

6

69

33 DAVIES STREET

â–˛ view of office reception


â–ź exterior view across davies street

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33 DAVIES STREET


Dechert Law Office 73

Washington, DC, USA

Completion: 2013

Carefully crafted with exquisite details and

By concentrating the focus of the

Partner offices are designed and furnished

refined materials, Dechert’s fresh yet timeless

programming within the building core, the

to support both collaborative and quiet

law office was completed from design through

team maximized the use of the lease area

concentration work. All attorney offices

occupancy in just 10 months.

without compromising the work environment

are sized to eliminate wasted space and

for attorneys and staff. As a result, the space

standardized on a module to facilitate

By collaborating with Dechert's employees to

has a more open feeling than other offices

operations. Instead of being in enclosed

develop new work strategies, the design team

with such a high occupancy rate.

suites, administrative workstations are in an

created a flexible environment that enables Natural materials and subtle architectural

This allows for flexible space assignments as

and productively.

features – including glass partitions for

the needs of support departments

all offices, soft indirect lighting and wide

change over time.

The design ensures that the space adapts

corridors – create airy volumes that blur the

to the firm’s evolving needs without

distinction between interior and perimeter

compromising grace, comfort or the

space. Interior offices have been upgraded

permanence that signifies Dechert’s

with the same glass partition system used

prominence in the legal community.

on perimeter offices. A painted accent wall

Punctuated by the firm’s vibrant art collection,

illuminated by a light cove simulates daylight.

the interior architecture is restrained and the detailing is precisely executed.

◄ elevator lobby

open plan contiguous with legal workspaces.

attorneys to practice law more efficiently

2014 design annual

60,000 sq. ft. / 5,575 sq. m.


â–˛ view of reception from elevator lobby


3

4

2 4

0 6 12

5 24ft

1

75

4

4

â–˛ level 12 floor plan 1

elevator lobby

2

reception

3

waiting area

4

office

5

conference room

6

break room

DECHERT LAW OFFICE

6


▲ lobby


▼ office corridor

77

DECHERT LAW OFFICE


Delta Ottawa City Centre Renovation 79

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Completion: 2012

HOK redesigned the exterior, public spaces

An open, naturally lit business area features

Redesigned guestrooms cater to business

and guestrooms of the Delta Ottawa City

a series of interactive, fully connected

travelers and include targeted reading lights

Centre hotel. Its transformation sets the

work hubs and lounge areas. This space

and multiple outlets for charging devices.

benchmark for Delta’s rebranding, which the

draws guests to the lobby and serves as a

Docking stations enable users to connect

team is carrying out in hotels across Canada.

destination where convention delegates can

their laptops or tablets on the television

network and interact.

display. Spaces with ergonomic equipment

The goal for the renovation was to maximize

give business travelers a comfortable,

functionality, comfort and convenience within

The “resto-lounge” area on the second floor

productive work environment while spa-like

a modern aesthetic. The redesigned hotel

is an extension of the upper lobby and

bathrooms offer a luxurious retreat.

adapts to the needs of modern travelers,

business hubs. The hotel restaurant draws

allowing them to conduct business and relax

visitors into the dining experience through

Since the renovation, the hotel’s group

in comfort and style.

the chef's interaction station, a wine-tasting

business has increased by nearly 50 percent.

bar and a chef’s table. These amenities By moving the hotel’s original drop-off ramp

provide opportunities for the hotel to host

at the second floor and relocating the front

after-work events.

desk reception area to the first floor, the design establishes an attractive street-level

Delta Ottawa City Centre is located within

presence that strengthens the hotel’s

walking distance of Ottawa’s Parliament

connection to the neighborhood.

buildings, museums and the Rideau Canal. The design takes inspiration from the hotel’s

◄ lobby

Layered space planning for public areas

Canadian heritage. The bar-lounge area

creates a versatile series of spaces in the

references the Parliament library with all-

lobby and upper lobby/mezzanine area,

white painted books and pockets of tongue-in-

accessible via a central staircase.

cheek Canadian accessories.

2014 design annual

340,000 sq. ft. / 31,600 sq. m.


â–˛ elevator lobby and lounge


6

5 6

3

7

4

3

1

1

2 5

0

2

8 16

4

32

7

▲ level 2 floor plan

1

main lobby

1

elevator lobby + lounge

2

elevator lobby

2

business hub

3

reception

3

bar area

4

retail

4

wine display

5

ballroom

5

restaurant

6

office

6

lounge

7

prefunction

7

buffet

64t

▲ ground floor plan

81

DELTA OTTAWA CITY CENTRE RENOVATION

▲ bar area


▼ business hub

83

DELTA OTTAWA CITY CENTRE RENOVATION


Department of Housing and Urban Development Demonstration Office Space 85

Washington, DC, USA

Completion: 2013

This pilot project creates a new “workplace

impromptu meeting spaces while preserving

The modular workplace layout follows the

of the future” for the headquarters of the

the character of the original building.

building geometry. A flexible planning system

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

accommodates entirely open or enclosed By expanding shared spaces without reducing

groups with minimal reconfiguration, while

workspace footprints, the design allows

ceiling systems emulate the building’s

The 10-story Robert C. Weaver Federal

the building to accommodate more people.

original curves.

Building was completed in 1968 and is

Shared spaces include break, collaboration

considered by many to be a prime example

and training rooms punctuated with the bright

The design pays homage to the building’s

of Brutalist architecture. HUD envisioned

oranges and yellows that were part of the

architect, Marcel Breuer, through details such

transforming the dark and isolating interiors

building’s historic wayfinding scheme.

as the use of his timeless guest chairs.

of its headquarters into a bright, open work environment that would improve

Located off the perimeter, private offices

communication and help the agency attract

include glass walls to maximize the daylight

talented people.

penetrating through small punched windows. A light color palette helps diffuse light

Opening the space from wall to wall, designers removed suites that had formerly acted as barriers. A lively internal “street” now provides

◄ conference room

through the space.

2014 design annual

25,000 sq. ft. / 2,322 sq. m.


floor plan ►

1 elevator lobby

2 break room

3 open office area STAIR 8

TELE.

ELEV. 17

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ELEV. 16

ELEV. 15

ELEV. 14

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3 3

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▲ open office area ▲ corridor


▼ enclosed office

87

DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT OFFICE SPACE


Dubai Expo 2020 Master Plan 89

Dubai, UAE

Design completion: 2012

HOK was the lead designer for a team that

With three separate pavilions symbolizing

The team planned the Expo site to create

developed the master plan for Dubai Expo

opportunity, sustainability and mobility, the

a sustainable benchmark for events in the

2020, which is expected to draw more than

design features “innovation pods” and “best

Middle East. An iconic photovoltaic fabric

25 million visitors to the city.

practice areas” in each thematic zone. These

structure covers the main walkways, acting

three zones emanate from a central plaza

as a solar-powered sun shade and combining

The design looks to the future while drawing

named the Al Wasl, the historic Arab name for

with photovoltaic panels on building facades

on traditional Emirati community planning

Dubai meaning “the connection.”

to capture enough sunlight to generate at

concepts. With its mixture of education,

least half of the Expo’s energy requirements

innovation and entertainment, the plan refl ects

Inspired by the layout of a traditional Arabic

on site. Other sustainable strategies include

the best qualities of Dubai and the form and

souk, or marketplace, the design places larger

recycling wastewater, reusing materials and

spirit of a world expo.

pavilions to the perimeter while clustering

monitoring the Expo’s carbon footprint.

smaller exhibit spaces toward the center Situated on the southwestern edge of Dubai

of the site. This layout creates a smooth

HOK teamed with Populous and Arup on

in Jebel Ali, the site is close to Dubai’s new Al

pedestrian flow while encouraging interaction

the master plan.

Maktoum International Airport and Jebel Ali

among visitors.

Port, the world’s third-busiest port.

◄ aerial view

2014 design annual

1,082 acres / 438 hectares


â–ź site plan 1

parking

2

central plaza

3

future retail

4

metro

5

expo office

6

expo village

7

future institutional

8

pavilions

9

expo support

10 future mixed use

6 10

4 3

7 5

2

8

9

1


0

20

40

80m

DUBAI EXPO 2020 MASTER PLAN

▲ central plaza

91 ▲ main entry


â–˛ pavilion aerial view


93

DUBAI EXPO 2020 MASTER PLAN

▲ pavilion perspective

pavilion cluster ▲


▼ aerial view at night

95

DUBAI EXPO 2020 MASTER PLAN


Five-Star Hotel Luxury Suite 97

New York, New York, USA

Completion: 2013

This design brings luxury and glamour to the

Visitors entering the suite find an elaborate,

The cool, rich patterns found in the Carrera

penthouse “Empress Suite,” considered one of

abstracted orchid pattern set in marble.

marble flooring, walls and counter spaces

New York’s most exclusive places to stay.

With silvery tones, rich velvets and delicious

amplify the oversize bath. Black cabinetry

curves, the master bedroom’s design cues

and modern, side-by-side vessel sinks provide

Located on the 50th floor of a five-star hotel,

reference old Hollywood while remaining in

a sleek contrast outdone only by the round,

the suite has floor-to-ceiling windows offering

step with contemporary design.

sumptuous black freestanding tub. A custom

panoramic vistas of Central Park, the Hudson River and Columbus Circle.

halo-style pendant hangs over the tub, backed Elegant stripped millwork, recessed

by a seamless curved marble wall that cleverly

lighting and crystal sconces add drama

conceals a dramatic standing shower. The

The suite includes a master bedroom and

to the bedroom. A curved wall backs the

transparent back wall’s elaborate, damask-

second bedroom, dining and living room,

room’s centerpiece, the bed’s upholstered

type pattern complements the space.

media room, study and butler’s pantry, as

velvet headboard.

well as two points of entry, two full baths and a powder room.

to curate the suite's exclusive art exhibition of

lattice pattern, an oversized walk-in closet

New York City-inspired works by established

The design draws inspiration from the brand’s

and dressing room features leather-wrapped

and emerging contemporary artists.

heritage while celebrating the modern

doors and custom drawer pulls. Shelves and

character of Manhattan. Contributing to

spaces are backlit to put clothing, jewelry

the aesthetic are custom-made furnishings,

and accessories on display. Designed

highly curated artwork, a dramatic entryway

in collaboration with Dior, the closet is

sculpture, a customized Swarovski chandelier

fashionable and functional.

and hand-woven area rugs with textured, freeform edges.

◄ entry

The hotel partnered with Whitewall magazine Bound by glass with an elaborate etched

2014 design annual

3,300 sq. ft. / 307 sq. m.


â–˛ main foyer


99

FIVE-STAR HOTEL LUXURY SUITE

▲ dining + living space

▲ living room


▼ master bath

101

FIVE-STAR HOTEL LUXURY SUITE

▲ reading space within bedroom


Four Seasons Nanjing 103

Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, China

Completion: 2017

The 300-key Four Seasons Nanjing is on

Reflecting the sophistication of the Four

a prominent site in the heart of what was

Seasons brand and its guests, the 300-room

once Nanjing’s national government district.

hotel has an elegant, contextual feel. Dark

Located near the former presidential palace

brickwork and punched openings integrate

and government center, the new hotel tower

the spirit of traditional Mingguo design

sits adjacent to a series of smaller residential

in a modern way. Juxtaposing the sleek,

buildings reflecting China’s early-20th-century

refined curtain wall of the tower with the

Mingguo architectural style.

historic structures reinforces the theme of a contemporary building in an historic context.

West of the site, Nanjing’s newest museum faces the primary lobby. A primary boulevard

By incorporating the residential scale of the

with mature trees borders the south side.

masonry structures on the arrival side and transitioning to a sleek glazed skin along the

The plan creates clear edges for the irregular

avenues, the design creates an appropriate

site, with a private, residential-scale arrival

urban-scale response to the surroundings.

court. A separate residential tower sits on the boulevard to the south in an area zoned for taller structures. The Mingguo structures will be retained and redeveloped as a boutique retail and dining destinations.

◄ street view

2014 design annual

759,000 sq. ft. / 70,500 sq. m.


â–˛ exterior perspective


► ground floor plan 9 2

open seating

3

retail

4

kitchen

5

ballroom

6

noodle + tea room

7

meeting

8

resident drop-off

9

hotel main entry

6 4 2

10

1

6

lounge + lobby

0

1

12

10 garden

7 20 30

5

60m

8

3 3

3 105

FOUR SEASONS NANJING

▲ main entry


▼ exterior perspective

107

FOUR SEASONS NANJING


Golden Empire Transit Central Facility 109

Bakersfield, California, USA

Completion: 2015

Inspired by the local landscape, the design

a central pivot point, the “pinwheel” design

The design is targeting net zero energy use

of this new administrative and maintenance

gives occupants a level of autonomy while

and LEED Platinum certification. Integrated

facility for Bakersfield’s transit agency

keeping them connected.

building systems work together to decrease

references orange groves, foothills and mountains and aims for net zero energy use.

loads. Low-tech, energy-efficient solutions Offices, meeting rooms and support spaces

include optimized building geometry, highly

are located along the perimeter, with open

insulated exterior systems, self-shading and

Visitors pass through an entrance court

offices in the center below a dramatic vaulted

textured rain screens, and natural daylighting.

with drought-tolerant plants and low,

ceiling. A series of small skylights draw

On-site renewable energy systems include

rammed earth seat walls. At the center of

natural light into the space.

photovoltaic panels and a geothermal HVAC

the site, the building’s main entry provides

◄ entry

system that will reduce the building’s power

access to administrative and meeting

In the summer, the building’s thick walls

spaces serving the public.

absorb heat during the day and provide a

needs to net zero.

cooling effect at night. These walls serve as

Natural, locally sourced materials help

The building follows a radial organizing

the primary load-bearing structure for the

create a welcoming environment. To balance

concept, with three wings housing

free-span, precast concrete roof. Forming a

the industrial feeling in the maintenance area,

administration, training and operations

series of large, vaulted spaces, the interiors

the design uses warm textures, colors and

groups. A fourth wing serves as the

support the agency’s desire to be open and

wood window frames.

maintenance building. Radiating out from

transparent with the public.

2014 design annual

80,000 sq. ft. / 7,430 sq. m.


â–˛ physical model

â–˛ passive strategy diagram


â–ş level 1 floor plan reception

2

boardroom

3

multipurpose

4

training room

5

lunchroom

6

dispatch

7

maintenance shop

8

parts department

9

general shop

13

12

0

1

10

10 component rebuild shop

20

11 brake shop 12 body shop

40

13 paint booth

10

11

9

80ft

8

111 7

5

1

2

3 4

GOLDEN EMPIRE TRANSIT CENTRAL FACILITY

6


â–ź aerial view 19 1 2 3 4 6 5

7

113

8

10 detail wall section â–ş 1

membrane

2

deck board

3

insulation

4

topping slab

5

double T precast beams

6

gutter

7

tilt-up concrete wall

8

vapor barrier

9

insulation

20

11

10 rainscreen mounting system

12

11 wood framing

13

12 water jet perforated panels 13 insulated vision glass 14 finished concrete flooring

14 15

15 radiant flooring

16

16 slab

17

17 footing 18 drainage 19 raised seam metal roof 20 concrete panel rainscreen

18

GOLDEN EMPIRE TRANSIT CENTRAL FACILITY

9


Golden Harbor Ecotourism Resort 115

Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, China

Completion: 2018

“Even though everything is the work of man,”

A central lake acts as the primary element

the area’s cultural and historical context,

Ji Cheng wrote in The Craft of Gardens in

that organizes all development parcels. The

the design creates a destination that is

1631, “it must appear to have been created by

north shoreline is urban and supports more

both commercially viable and ecologically

heaven.” This statement inspired the design

activities, while the south shoreline is natural

sustainable.

of a luxurious resort in Suzhou, home of many

and private, providing more tranquility.

classical Chinese gardens.

As a lakeshore development, the design There are three themed areas within the

protects ecotones – zones between water and

The landmark destination on Taihu Lake, the

master plan: the harbor area to the north

land along the edge of a lake – and secures

largest lake in eastern China, will introduce

and west, including a marina, yacht club

wildlife habitats while encouraging human

ecotourism to China’s emerging international

hotel and tourist town center; the hill area

interaction with the natural environment.

and domestic tourism sector. After winning

to the east, with a water sports park, dry ski

Following the spirit of the traditional Chinese

an international design competition for

slope and visitor center; and a delta area to

garden, the planning framework is carefully

the master plan, HOK is now designing the

the south, with a family hotel and corporate

scaled to provide intimate spaces and

buildings and public spaces.

club. Building forms embrace organic shapes

diverse visitor experiences while promoting

to reflect the ebbs and flows of the natural

interaction between people and the water.

The design starts with the traditional

environment.

Chinese methodology of using water to infuse the garden with life, hills to establish

The plan organizes the site to draw visitors

environmental framework, paths to connect

from the entry areas throughout the rest of

different experiences and buildings to create

the development, encouraging engagement

diverse spaces.

with different amenity spaces. By integrating the lake’s pristine natural environment with

◄ aerial view

2014 design annual

222 acres / 90 hectares


7 1

6 3 2 4 5 8 9

10 11

12

â–˛ site plan 1

performance center

2

amphitheater

3

retail street

4

lakefront promenade

5

central plaza

6

north side park

7

marina center + office

8

exhibition center reflection pool

9

east taihu tourist center

10 retail 11 recreation center 12 lakeside park


0 50 100 200 400m

▲ view of harbor

117

GOLDEN HARBOR ECOTOURISM RESORT

▲ pedestrian street perspective


▲ night exterior perspective

▲ site section


119

▲ site section through building

GOLDEN HARBOR ECOTOURISM RESORT

▲ day exterior perspective


▼ aerial view at night

121

GOLDEN HARBOR ECOTOURISM RESORT


King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center Residential Community Riyadh, Saudi Arabia The King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and

of motion across the site's east-west axis.

night, the glass box becomes a lantern

Site: 500 acres / 200 hectares

Research Center (KAPSARC) is a research

The curving, flat-seam metal roofs of the

in the landscape washed with light at the

and policy center committed to energy and

central dining facility and library extend off

bottom and punctuated with points of light

environmental exploration and analysis. The

the building, transforming into flowing shade

near the night sky.

residential community provides a premier

canopies. These two buildings face each

Annual EUI: 45 kBTU / sf / yr

family environment that helps KAPSARC

other across the central plaza.

57% energy reduction from average

attract and retain world-class researchers.

Completion: 2013

KAPSARC's residential community is the first and largest project outside of North America to

Two long, rectilinear apartment buildings

achieve LEED for Homes certification. It is one

The 10 community buildings include three

flank the central dining facility and library.

of the first projects included in the LEED

apartment complexes with retail; a library;

The horizontal sunshade structures of these

for Homes International Pilot Program. All

a dining hall; a recreation center; a natatorium;

modern, stone-clad forms complete the liner

191 of the villas have been awarded LEED

a community masjid, or mosque; a

that defines the central plaza.

for Homes certification (188 Gold, one Silver

supermarket; and a bowling alley. A 191-unit

and two Certified). All community buildings

residential community features 11

As the spiritual center of the KAPSARC

except for the mosque are aiming for LEED

different housing prototypes.

residential community, the mosque is highly

Platinum certification.

visible. Envisioned as a monolithic core

◄ community plaza

The plan organizes the site around a linear,

perforated with a pattern of glowing windows

KAPSARC’s 592,000-square-foot solar

central green space. The massing of the

and surrounded by glass, the experience of

energy field, also designed by HOK, will

central community buildings reinforces the

the mosque changes from day to night. During

generate about 5,800 megawatt hours of

strength of the site concept. Two main

the day, the play of shadows from the complex

electrical energy annually. It is the largest

buildings in the center of the green space

mullion patterns travels over the inner stone

photovoltaic array in Saudi Arabia.

have sculptural roofs, continuing the feeling

facade, creating a dynamic experience. At

2014 design annual

2.05 million sq. ft. / 190,200 sq. m.

123


6

5

3

1

2

3 4

â–˛ community center plan 1

dining hall

2

library

3

apartment building

4

supermarket

5

recreation center

6

natatorium

â–˛ aerial view of community center


0

5

10

20

40m

125

KAPSARC RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY


â–˛ townhouses


▲ villas

▲ apartment elevation

127

KAPSARC RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY

▲ sikka

▲ streetscape


129 ▲ library

▲ executive villa KAPSARC RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY

▲ natatorium

◄ central plaza


131

KAPSARC RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY

▲ community center plaza

◄ pedestrian street


▼ mosque ▲ mosque entry bridge 133

KAPSARC RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY

▲ mosque sketches

▲ mosque at night


▲ mosque exterior detail

▲ mosque interior detail


135

KAPSARC RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY

▲ mosque view at dusk


▼ roofscape

137

KAPSARC RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY


King Abdullah University of Science and Technology Interior Design 139

Thuwal, Saudi Arabia

Completion: 2009 Labs:

King Abdullah University of Science and

an engineering classroom building, applied

A pedestrian spine bisecting the campus

Technology (KAUST) is a 26-building,

mathematics building, library, mosque,

links labs with the quadrangle. This spine is a

graduate-level research university located

student center, performing arts auditorium,

shaded, passively cooled outdoor concourse

50 miles north of Jeddah on the east coast of

university center and main dining hall.

housing conference, office and retail space.

the Red Sea.

Annual EUI: 92 kBTU / sf / yr for 2.9 million sq. ft.

Careful sunlight management creates comfort Human interaction and collaboration are at

KAUST was envisioned as an entirely new type

the core of sharing knowledge, advancing

and visual drama in the primary social spaces.

of research university with a new academic

research and making new discoveries. To

The three-story, freestanding academic

Higher Education Space:

organizational structure that promotes

encourage chance meetings and interaction,

library is a beacon signifying the metaphorical

Annual EUI: 147 kBTU / sf / yr

innovation and creativity. Individual schools

collaborative and social spaces are given

heart of the campus. A translucent skin

for 837,362 sq. ft.

and scientific departments do not exist and

privileged, highly visible spots on campus.

surrounding the library's tall, open interior

there are no departmental boundaries. Administrative Space:

volumes establishes a dramatic visual Based on the dominance of the sun

connection between the interior and exterior.

Annual EUI: 70 kBTU / sf / yr

Designed to encourage physical and human

in KAUST’s desert climate, the team

The library functions as an academic

for 346,335 sq. ft.

networks to flourish without boundaries, the

incorporated daylight as a primary building

commons that encourages interdisciplinary,

KAUST campus creates a new framework for

medium. The effect of daylight on the

cross-cultural collaboration. The warm,

Library:

a global community that brings together the

perception of space and surface also

social environment balances the technical

Annual EUI: 90 kBTU / sf / yr

world’s best minds around humanity’s most

played a key role in the interior design of the

nature of the surrounding engineering and

for 139,990 sq. ft.

urgent scientific and technological challenges.

buildings. Similar to the Arabic screening of

laboratory buildings.

the “mashrabiya,” windows and skylights have In addition to the four interconnected,

an integral shading system that reduces heat

500,000-sq.-ft. research buildings, the

loads while creating dramatic, dappled light.

university includes administration buildings,

◄ interior view of library

2014 design annual

5.5 million sq. ft. / 510,967 sq. m.


â–˛ library seating

â–˛ interior details


▲ skylight detail

141

KAUST INTERIOR DESIGN

▲ main staircase

▲ interior courtyard


▲ museum

▲ 3D visualization lab

▲ faculty office


▲ learning space

▲ cafeteria

143

KAUST INTERIOR DESIGN

▲ auditorium


▼ dusk view in library

145

KAUST INTERIOR DESIGN

▲ library reading room


King Khalid International Airport Development + Expansion 147

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Three decades after designing King Khalid

The design solution responds to Riyadh’s

Designed for LEED Silver certification, the

International Airport (KKIA), HOK is now

culture while providing a series of memorable

project's sustainable strategies include

leading the design for the expansion of

spaces. The distinctive, hexagonal roof form

replacing the existing terminals’ external

Terminals 3 and 4. Though KKIA has served

and triangular organization of the original

cladding with a high-performance facade

Annual EUI: 27 kBTU / sf / yr

the city and region well, this expansion will

buildings guided the design. Basing the plan

system and upgrading infrastructure with two

69.3% below ASHRAE 2007

enable the airport to meet increasing demand

on the original module size, the team designed

new energy centers.

and support the country’s growing economy.

a seamless intervention with no clear

As with the original airport, the design creates

distinction between old and new modules.

Completion: 2016

a strong sense of place and a passenger-

design team to rationalize and coordinate the

friendly terminal welcoming each traveler as

The central processor building accommodates

an important guest to Riyadh.

the technical requirements of arrivals and

process throughout construction.

departures within curved, large-span,

The facilities are being refurbished in two

The design goal for the current project is to

triangular forms that emulate the original

phases to allow the existing airport operations

integrate and extend Terminals 3 and 4 as

smaller-scale roof forms. Clerestory glazing

to function at capacity during construction.

an infill development that complements and

similar to that of the original terminals creates

enhances the existing airport to accommodate

a consistent daylighting approach.

more than 17.5 million passengers yearly. The project also introduces a central processor

Using variations of the original triangular roof

building and three new piers with 24 gates.

geometry, the three new piers are designed around their functional requirements and the need to carefully control daylight.

◄ view of roof

An integrated BIM strategy allows the entire

2014 design annual

3.06 million sq. ft. / 284,200 sq. m.


▲ drop-off

expansion

▲ aerial view showing airport expansion


â–ź departures level 1

existing parking

2

existing mosque

3

drop-off

4

pre-check-in

5

check-in / baggage drop-off

6

passport control / security

7

domestic departures lounge

8

international departures lounge

9

domestic gates / lounges

10 international gates / lounges 0 10 20 50 100m

10 149

7

8

6

5 4 3

2

1

10

KING KHALID INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT + EXPANSION

9


â–˛ international departures lounge

â–˛ international gates


151

KING KHALID INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT + EXPANSION

▲ check-in


▼ aerial view from airside

153

KING KHALID INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT + EXPANSION


LG Science Park 155

Seoul, South Korea

Completion: 2015 Annual EUI: 24 kBTU / sf / yr

The LG Science Park research campus in

All science areas – a mix of dry and wet labs

Among the Science Park’s sustainable design

Seoul’s Magok district consolidates staff from

– have a large block of space between two

strategies are use of a distinctive bronze

six different LG affiliates. This landscaped

cores that can be configured to accommodate

anodized facade and innovative technologies

urban site provides facilities supporting

any research function. An innovative

such as algae panels and footfall harvesting

innovative research and industrial prototyping.

strategic service distribution system enables

to generate power. Flat roof surfaces

researchers to reconfigure lab environments

accommodate photovoltaic panels and

with minimal, cost-effective modifications.

vegetated roofs. Ground-source heat pumps

30.4% below ASHRAE 2007 A public greenway connecting the city to a park bisects the site from north to south. The

provide heating and cooling in electronics

master plan also creates a new linear park

Each LG affiliate has its own main entrance

running east to west through the site, forming

and lobby while sharing a common drop-off

extensive swaths of greenery and encouraging

area. Building elevations are framed with

public access to the parks.

stone and in-filled with glass and stainless steel panels, creating a varied family of

Intersecting the parks at the heart of the

facade treatments that provide views to the

campus is an Integrated Support Center (ISC)

parks and control solar gain.

designed for LEED Platinum certification. In the lower ground level, under the linear Planned around LG’s vision for highly

park, a dining facility links affiliate buildings

collaborative, interdisciplinary research, the

and shared facilities. A three-level basement

Science Park provides flexible buildings and

provides a connecting service corridor,

laboratory adjacencies that accommodate

support spaces, a central utility plant and

virtually every type of science.

parking for 4,200 cars.

◄ view from magok-dong district public park

dry labs.

2014 design annual

8.51 million sq. ft. / 791,000 sq. m.


â–˛ linear park

â–˛ longitudinal section


157

LG SCIENCE PARK

▲ north elevation drop-off


â–˛ sunken corridor on edge of linear park


▲ view toward integrated support center

159

LG SCIENCE PARK

▲ affiliate lobby


▼ aerial view

161

LG SCIENCE PARK


Long Beach Airport Terminal Modernization 163

Long Beach, California, USA

Completion: 2013

HOK led a 17-firm team that provided

A goal for the renewed airport was to give

Operational, security and passenger amenity

planning and design for the rehabilitation

passengers a uniquely southern California

improvements enhance the terminal’s

and restoration of the airport’s historic

experience. A large central outdoor garden

functionality while making the travel

1941 terminal building.

that runs almost half the length of the

experience easier and more enjoyable.

Annual EUI: 104.7 kBTU / sf / yr 30% below ASHRAE 2007

concourse on the airside, beyond the security The design preserves the Long Beach Airport’s

checkpoint, links the north and south

Anchored by the historic terminal, a new

original main terminal building as an important

hold-room buildings. This garden, which

“meeters and greeters” plaza is enclosed by a

part of the operations. Remaining as the

contributes to the concourse’s relaxed, resort-

new passenger screening checkpoint building

visual link between landside and airside,

like feel, features palm trees, indigenous

and covered walkways.

the landmark terminal structure serves as

grasses and plants and fire pits.

the main passenger circulation pathway for departing passengers. New structures are appropriately scaled behind it.

◄ garden

2014 design annual

45,950 sq. ft. / 4,270 sq. m.


1 4

3

2

5

6

â–˛ level 1 floor plan

â–˛ cross section

1

garden

2

meeters + greeters

3

south hold room

4

north hold room

5

baggage make-up

6

historic terminal


0 32 64 128ft

▲ entry

▲ north hold room

165

▲ exterior seating area

LONG BEACH AIRPORT TERMINAL MODERNIZATION

▲ view to exterior garden


▼ meeters + greeters area

167

LONG BEACH AIRPORT TERMINAL MODERNIZATION


MGM Grand Sanya 169

Sanya, Hainan Province, China

Completion: 2012

The team provided interior design services

pearlescent stainless steel sculpture

Along with deep red, orange and yellow-gold

for this luxury hotel development on China’s

infl uenced by the butterflies that inhabit

hues, LED lighting simulates the effect

Hainan Island. As MGM’s first non-gaming,

Hainan Island. The sculpture’s transparency

of silk strands.

five-star hotel in China, the project includes a

allows guests to appreciate the enormity of

new eight-story hotel and the renovation and

the space while passing through it.

expansion of an adjacent hotel.

597 deluxe rooms, 72 suites and six A large media wall behind the reception and

exclusive villas. The guestrooms integrate

Within this tropical resort, guests can enjoy

concierge desks energizes the open-air lobby.

natural materials such as mother of pearl,

a memorable entertainment experience and

Guests feel the warm breezes as they look out

rattan, honey-colored woods and stone

amenities in a sophisticated, urban setting.

onto the pool and ocean beyond.

so the overall effect is reminiscent of the

The resort faces the beach and water and

locale, with a modern flair. Freestanding

on one side and mountains on the other. By

In addition to native flora and fauna, the

villas are designed around private pools

bringing outside elements into the space, the

unique locale inspired the team to integrate

and feature cool neutrals to emphasize the

design differentiates the MGM Grand Sanya

traditional and classic Asian motifs in unusual

calming, tropical environment.

from nearby resorts.

ways. Silk, the fine dining restaurant, applies the idea of Chinese silk markets into its design

Additional amenities include fi ve restaurants,

Guests entering the hotel encounter a

with a wall featuring bolts of the luxurious

a lobby lounge, a café, retail outlets, a

larger-than-life golden lion, a hallmark of

material in vibrant colors and patterns. Rich

pool and conference space that includes a

MGM’s properties. A six-story glass

woods, crystal chandeliers and traditional

14,000-square-foot ballroom.

atrium connects the hotel’s two wings. The

Chinese decor complement the material.

focal point of the lobby is a 50-foot-wide,

◄ pearlescent sculpture

The hotel features 675 guestrooms, including

2014 design annual

1.02 million sq. ft. / 94,930 sq. m.


▲ lounge

▲ private dining


171

MGM GRAND SANYA

▲ guest suite

▲ wine bar


▼ outdoor patio

173

MGM GRAND SANYA


Museum Gardens Dream Pavilion Competition 175

London, UK

Competition: 2013

The design brief was to design a temporary,

The Dream Box is constructed of recyclable,

freestanding, transportable and contemporary

translucent, honeycomb plastic panels that

pavilion to be installed in the Kensington

are cantilevered on a slotted base. Supporting

Museum Gardens, with the theme of "Dream."

the panels is a secondary structure of metal threaded rods located on the top and bottom

Dreams are made up of different layers of

of the panels. All 48 panels are CNC-milled

each individual’s feelings and emotions.

to form. Because interior portions of the

The design of the Dream Pavilion represents

panels feature a rubber trim coated with

a “dream box” where one can move through

phosphorescent paint, the dream box

these pensive layers.

illuminates and reflects at night.

The pavilion layout is based on the experience

The vertical filigree created by the layered

of a physical dream. Visitors enter into the

panels permits people outside the pavilion to

unknown (dream induction), move through a

catch fleeting glimpses of those inside. People

new sensory experience (dreaming) and leave

are invited to bring their own dreams to play,

with a new memory (awakening). Designed

laugh, interact and relax.

to symbolize the development of this dream sequence, the pavilion offers areas for people to reflect, walk, sit, lie, crawl and stand.

◄ exterior

2014 design annual

390 sq. ft. / 36 sq. m.


▲ interior

▲ physical model


10.37 m

► floor plan + elevation

7.22 m

0 1 2

4.5 m

4m

3m 2.03 m

a

b 177

MUSEUM GARDENS DREAM PAVILION COMPETITION

▲ a

▲ b


▼ aerial view

179

MUSEUM GARDENS DREAM PAVILION COMPETITION


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Nanjing Financial Center 181

Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, China

Completion: 2018

The Nanjing Financial Center features

As a world-class addition to the city's

The Nanjing Financial Center is a vital

five high-rise commercial office buildings

emerging skyline and hub for international

component of a master plan for the city's

positioned around a circular plaza. These

business, this signature tower integrates

urbanization as it expands south and west

structures boldly frame a rich, open-space

commercial offices, retail and trading space,

of the historic center along the banks of the

network while distributing density to create

and a five-star hotel. The central plaza is

Yangtze River. The development is adjacent

a strong skyline. Their orientation toward key

framed by a second-level concourse that

to Nanjing's central business district and a

features of Nanjing establishes important

connects the fi ve commercial buildings in a

greenbelt to the north, Jiangshan Road to the

visual connections throughout the city.

pedestrian-friendly public environment of

south, Nanjing Exhibition Center to the west

restaurants, galleries and cafés.

and a high-end residential development to

Rising dramatically above the surrounding

the east.

buildings, the signature 103-story tower acts

Where the signature tower meets the sky,

as the jewel in the crown. Its sophisticated

an observation deck becomes a public living

Finding inspiration in the form of Nanjing’s

form emphasizes simple lines, high-quality

room for the city. A dramatic, sloped skylight,

beloved plum blossom, the site organization

detailing and a soft interplay of light to recall

glass walls and viewing bridges create

carries the energy of the central greenbelt

Nanjing’s harmonious blend of natural and

transparent space that celebrates the city’s

into a form that radiates the center's qualities

urban environments.

grandeur. The overall tower form points to the

out to the city.

heart of the Hexi New Town District.

◄ aerial view

2014 design annual

7 million sq. ft. / 650,000 sq. m.


zone 8 observation deck

zone 7 hotel

▲ zone 7 floor plan zone 6 office

zone 5 office

zone 4 office

▲ zone 5 floor plan zone 3 office

zone 2 office Reception

zone 1 office

▲ sectional perspective

▲ zone 1 floor plan


0

2

5

15

30m

183

NANJING FINANCIAL CENTER

▲ aerial view


▼ street view rendering

▼ aerial view

185

NANJING FINANCIAL CENTER


Newport Magistrates' Court 187

Newport, Wales, UK

Completion: 2013

The design for the Newport Magistrates' Court

The Newport Magistrates' Court provides a

enabled Her Majesty's Courts and Tribunals

new sustainable model for court buildings

Service (HMCTS) to consolidate the agency’s

across the UK. With a BREEAM Excellent

facilities into one building. Spread over three

rating, it was named the top courts facility in

floors, the rectangular geometry contains

the BREEAM Awards 2013.

three magistrate courts, one informal court, secure custody areas and support spaces to

Sustainable design strategies focus on

meet the courts' current and future needs.

energy efficiency, environmental impact reduction and indoor air quality. Use of natural

The design concept draws on the context, site

ventilation in office areas creates a healthy,

and program requirements to reimagine the

pleasant indoor environment while reducing

classic court archetype.

operating costs. The brown roof, which will enhance site ecology, features a solar hot

Located on a former brownfield site adjacent

water system and photovoltaic panels that

to the River Usk and within the Newport

generate power for domestic use or for

Unlimited regeneration plan, the bold, simple

exporting to the national grid.

form creates a striking civic landmark. The building mass features strong natural brick perforated to reveal the courts. Light wells draw daylight deep into the halls and internal public spaces. Glazed walls define and illuminate the plate-glass entrance and public circulation route.

◄ view of main entry

2014 design annual

36,600 sq. ft. / 3,400 sq. m.


9

8

10

4 9 3 6 5

2

3 1 11

7

7

9

6

6

â—„ site plan 1

usk way

2

green roof

3

lantern rooflights

4

access stair

5

solar panel bank

6

pedestrian ramp

7

steps

8

secure parking lot

9

access road

10 secure setdown entry 11 secure setdown exit


0 1

5

10

20m

189

NEWPORT MAGISTRATES' COURT

▲ interior circulation


▼ view into illuminated public lobby + stair

191

NEWPORT MAGISTRATES' COURT

▲ interior circulation


NewYork–Presbyterian 68th Street Entrance Renovation + Peter and Mary Kalikow Founders Lobby

193

New York, New York, USA

Completion: 2013

NewYork–Presbyterian Hospital is one of

Designed to represent the sophisticated

designed in the 1920s and site improvements

Manhattan’s founding institutions. The neo-

technology and advanced medicine inside,

extending to the curbside drop-off area.

gothic complex was built to anchor the

a modern glass and stainless-steel canopy

Upper East Side at a time when the area

replaced the original cloth awning. The new

Accessibility improvements, mechanical

north of Central Park contained only

entry pavilion creates a protected

upgrades and security enhancements

farmland and sparse development.

walkway with natural ventilation, shading

enrich the patient experience. Upgrades

and public seating. The inviting canopy

to the existing lobby reduce energy use,

The main entrance withstood time,

reflects the identity of the hospital while

improve pedestrian flow and create a more

renovations, expansions and neighborhood

paying homage to its history.

comfortable environment.

growth until 2009, when the hospital

◄ main entry

determined that the entry no longer properly

In addition to the iconic new entrance pavilion,

represented its image. The heavy, dark doors

the project includes the interior restoration

were visually uninviting and difficult to use.

and renovation of the historic lobby originally

2014 design annual

8,240 sq. ft. / 765 sq. m.


▲ front view

▲ side view


195

NEWYORK-PRESBYTERIAN 68TH STREET ENTRANCE RENOVATION

▲ side detail


▼ night view

197

NEWYORK-PRESBYTERIAN 68TH STREET ENTRANCE RENOVATION


NewYork–Presbyterian Ambulatory Care Center 199

New York, New York, USA

Competition: 2013

The NewYork–Presbyterian Ambulatory

The typical clinical floor has 12 flexible

In response to the center’s proximity to the

Care Center is the first step in a long-term

operating rooms. To minimize the need to

river, critical infrastructure is placed at the

master plan for the expansion of NewYork–

move patients, the design places 36 private

top of the building for protection during

Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center in

prep and recovery rooms on a single level.

severe weather events.

New York City’s Upper East Side.

Each floor has support spaces and family waiting areas that overlook York Avenue,

The team designed the building to support a

Accommodating 40,000 patients annually,

the gardens at Rockefeller University

future overbuild of 230,000 square feet.

the facility’s primary services include

and the East River.

outpatient surgery, endoscopy, interventional radiology, diagnostic imaging, radiation

A clear wayfinding system and advanced

oncology and digestive disease treatments.

technology enhance patient access and comfort. The program layout provides distinct

◄ exterior perspective

Public functions, including the main lobby,

separation of patients and families from

patient services and a wellness center for

back-of-house circulation. An employee-only

patient health and alternative medicines, are

support floor located between the five clinical

located on lower floors.

floors promotes efficient staff flow.

2014 design annual

460,000 sq. ft. / 42,700 sq. m.


▲ view from northeast

▲ view from southeast


201

NEWYORK–PRESBYTERIAN AMBULATORY CARE CENTER

▲ diagrid structure


▼ ground level lobby

203

NEWYORK–PRESBYTERIAN AMBULATORY CARE CENTER


Ogilvy & Mather Office 205

Chicago, Illinois, USA

Completion: 2013

Ogilvy & Mather asked HOK to update the

By increasing density, the new plan creates

design from its 2005 office consolidation and

space for additional teaming and huddle

relocation. The latest renovation helps the

room areas along with a new “town hall”

advertising, marketing and public relations

multipurpose meeting space and high-tech

agency increase headcount in the office while

conference center.

introducing a variety of new conferencing,

◄ open office space

teaming and collaboration spaces. In addition

New interior finishes link the design and

to improving workplace density and enhancing

branding of the office's north and south sides

ancillary space, the design for this renovation

while embracing the existing finishes in an

integrates new space standards.

updated, fresh palette.

The refurbished office features very few

Phasing the construction over six months

offices, with Ogilvy & Mather’s people

enabled Ogilvy & Mather’s people to keep

moving into a modified benching system.

working in the office throughout the project.

2014 design annual

84,400 sq. ft. / 7,800 sq. m.


► level 11 floor plan A

1

reception

2

town hall

3

parametric collaboration

4

founders' rooms

A

2

2

2

7

2

2

2 2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

EXISTING STATIONS

2

3 2

open collaboration

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46B

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46B

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46B

FEC

57

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46B

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2

1

2

6 5

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▲ parametrically enclosed collaboration

2

2

ALI GN

2

46B

▲ café

2

2

2

4

2

9

2

café

2

2

open office

8

2

2

2

7

2

2

conference suite

2

2

ogilvy room

6

2

5

2


▼ town hall

0

12

24

48

96ft

207

OGILVY & MATHER OFFICE


Oregon State Hospital 209

Junction City, Oregon, USA

Oregon State Hospital in Junction City is a new

The 360-bed Junction City facility is located

mental health facility designed on the model

on a greenfield site donated to the state

of care that HOK developed for Oregon’s

of Oregon. The site’s major challenge – its

other psychiatric hospital in Salem. In this

location on a floodplain – created several

Annual EUI: 99 kBTU / sf / yr

model, patient treatment and care mirror the

design opportunities. Abundant groundwater

56% below ASHRAE 2007

activities of a typical daily routine. Throughout

will power a geothermal exchange system,

the day, patients move from their living units

which combines with solar hot water and

to treatment areas, exercise space and the

distribution via radiant heating and cooling.

Completion: 2014

facility’s “downtown” area. With its natural ventilation and daylighting This “live, work, play” design approach, which

strategies, this facility will be among the most

has led to documented improvements in the

energy-efficient hospitals in the country.

behavior and lives of patients at the Salem hospital, is replicated in Junction City. The strategy will accelerate many patients' return to society, where they can become active, productive members of their families and communities.

◄ abstraction model

2014 design annual

223,900 sq. ft. / 20,800 sq. m.


private

valley

mountain

valley

mountain

semi-public

public

arrival

â–˛ program / concept diagram

â–˛ concept model

valley

mountain


â–ź level 1 floor plan

courtyard

3

outdoor recreation

4

gym

5

classroom + treatment mall

6

dining

7

recreation / loading dock

8

kitchen

9

administrative offices

20

patient rooms

2

0

1

40

10 lobby 11 administrative support

80

12 service yard 13 entry courtyard 14 cottage 15 residential cottage

160ft

1

2 3

3 211 5

4

2

OREGON STATE HOSPITAL

7

6

8

6

11

9 10

12

15 13

14

14


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patient rooms

2

activities + support

3

MEP

1

2

3

â–ź level 3 floor plan 1

patient rooms

2

activities + support

3

photovoltaic panels

1

2

3


0 20 40 80 160ft

▲ interior perspective

213

OREGON STATE HOSPITAL

▲ site model


▼ landscape watercolor

215

OREGON STATE HOSPITAL


06.11.2012

Phillips 66 Headquarters Campus 217

Houston, Texas, USA

Phillips 66’s new headquarters in west

A bridge with kitchenettes, break areas and

Adjacent to the entry court, a full-service

Site: 14 acres / 46 hectares

Houston will house 1,800 employees on

informal meeting spaces links office levels

kitchen supports a central dining hall and

one campus. Concepts of community and

four through 13, enabling business groups to

private dining rooms. Food service options

collaboration have guided the site and

occupy up to 60,000 contiguous square feet.

include grab-and-go outlets and a coffee

Completion: 2016

building design. Annual EUI: 69 kBTU / sf / yr 36.8% below ASHRAE 2007

shop adjacent to a casual atrium and Clad in a regional Texas limestone, the first two levels of each building draw the site’s

16-story office towers connected at the

character into public podium spaces.As

A sports court containing a soccer field,

podium level by spaces supporting social and

the heart of daily campus life, the podium

jogging track, exercise area and restroom

community functions. An entry gallery and

includes conference and training areas, food

facility is located above the parking garage.

service wing unite the podium with a 1 million-

service, a fitness center and a large central

square-foot parking garage, creating a “front

“living room” that features an 80-by-210-foot

The team is designing the campus to meet a

door” for the complex.

glass skylight. This space will accommodate

minimum of LEED Silver certification.

informal gatherings and large, special events. Designed to optimize daylight and thermal comfort, the towers’ high-performance

Conference and training facilities provide

enclosure systems include sun shades

tiered classrooms and flexible meeting rooms.

adjusted for each individual exposure.

◄ street view

courtyard dining.

The headquarters includes two 14- and

2014 design annual

1.1 million sq. ft. / 102,000 sq. m.


â–ş level 6 floor plan 1

open office

2

conference room

3

break area

1

1 2 3

2 1

1

5

8 10 3

2

9

3 4 6

7 site plan â–ş 1

entry drive

2

phillips 66 square

3

courtyard

4

garage

5

loading dock

6

main lobby

7

wellness center

8

cafeteria

9

main dining

10 training

1


0

10

20

40

80ft

219

PHILLIPS 66 HEADQUARTERS CAMPUS

▲ aerial view


▼ rendering

221

PHILLIPS 66 HEADQUARTERS CAMPUS


Rosewood Abu Dhabi 223

Abu Dhabi, UAE

Completion: 2013

The Rosewood Abu Dhabi is an ultra-luxury

As guests enter the hotel, a pair of full-height

resident to personalize a space that is already

five-star hotel in the heart of Abu Dhabi’s new

wood-framed doors evokes a sense of

unique. Smooth surfaces are juxtaposed with

central business district on Al Maryah Island.

historical drama. A water feature spills out

textured design elements such as leather wall

The design creates a distinct, personalized

into the entry court in a refreshing, directional

treatments and patterned screens, creating a

luxury lifestyle experience that captures the

gesture that gently guides guests through

spatially dynamic and tactile atmosphere.

essence of Rosewood Hotels and Resorts’

the space, releasing them at the reception

“Sense of Place” philosophy.

and concierge area.

Interior spaces take cues from the local

The design of the interior encourages a

pottery reinforces the indigenous expression

topography and culture, merging the

free flow of movement between key living

of the public spaces.

vastness of the desert’s white sand dunes

zones, promoting a relaxed experience. Full-

with the crystal blue of the Arabian Sea. The

height windows bring unique views into

sleek, modern aesthetic creates a feeling of

every guestroom, offering panoramas of

understated opulence and elegance.

the city and sea.

With a backdrop of the surrounding waterways

Guestroom furnishings echo the stylish

and sea beyond, the grand lobby greets

feel of the lobby while providing richer

guests as if they are royalty. Soft, tonal colors

details. Natural materials, including stone,

inspired by the textural essence of the

wood and glass, offer a contemporary,

desert landscape are balanced by bursts

sophisticated touch. Providing a choice of

of blues and greens.

fabrics, furnishings and artwork allows each

In the guestrooms, combining modern regional artwork with traditional accessories and

◄ reception

2014 design annual

1.1 million sq. ft. / 102,000 sq. m.


â–˛ dining area


225

ROSEWOOD ABU DHABI


ground level floor plan â–ş 1

hotel lobby

2

resident lobby

3

retail

4

kitchen

5

lebanese restaurant

6

terrace

7

wine bar

8

lobby lounge

9

french catalan

7

4

10 elevator lobby 11 hidden bar 12 residential elevator lobby 13 front office

3

5

6

11

3

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0

3

6

12

24m

227

ROSEWOOD ABU DHABI

▲ wine bar


▼ hidden bar

229

ROSEWOOD ABU DHABI


Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Headquarters 231

Stamford, Connecticut, USA

Completion: 2012

The headquarters provides Starwood Hotels &

an owner/developer experience area and

Resorts Worldwide with a modern workplace

design studios where Starwood can develop

that showcases the company’s leading global

and refine new concepts with franchisees.

hospitality brands. Compared to Starwood’s previous office, The design team led interviews and site

the headquarters is designed to decrease

observations at the old offices to develop

energy use by up to 25 percent and water

a deep understanding of Starwood’s work

consumption by 40 percent. The design layout

processes. Based on this research, the team

creates open spaces with an abundance

established customized space standards

of natural light. The building includes

for workstations, offices, shared spaces

energy-conserving lighting, recycled carpet,

and support areas. The standards create

FSC-certified wood, low-VOC finishes and

new space efficiencies while improving

water-conserving plumbing fixtures.

collaboration and flexibility. HOK led the design of the headquarters, The headquarters provides a welcoming

including the expanded entry and reception

environment for visiting executives from

areas for the building and Starwood. HOK

its nine hotel brands by communicating

collaborated with Jump Studios, which

Starwood’s holistic values while preserving

led the design of the owner/developer

its individual brands.

experience area.

Featuring model rooms for Starwood brands including W, St. Regis, Sheraton, Aloft and others, the facility also has executive offices,

◄ main lobby

2014 design annual

270,000 sq. ft. / 25,100 sq. m.


â–˛ reception


level 1 floor plan ►

3

telepresence room

4

fitness center

5

multipurpose classroom

6

world room

7

repro room

8

staging area

9

elevator lobby

4

5

1

7

6

3

20

reception

10

entrance

2

0

1

9

8

2 40 80ft

233

1

gallery / lounge

2

conference room

3

studio

4

office

5

elevator lobby

6

bridge

6

5

3

2 1

4 4 2

STARWOOD HOTELS & RESORTS WORLDWIDE HEADQUARTERS

level 2 floor plan ►


▲ displays

▲ corridor to gallery + lounge


▼ gallery + lounge

235

STARWOOD HOTELS & RESORTS WORLDWIDE HEADQUARTERS


TD Ameritrade Headquarters + Operations Center 237

Omaha, Nebraska, USA

Completion: 2013 Annual EUI: 61 kBTU / sf / yr

Organized by the specific demands of a

To address these parameters, the design

ideal solar orientation for natural daylighting

global corporate headquarters and

organizes the building into two distinct

and passive heating. The rainscreen facade

operations center, the 12-story, LEED

volumes: a low pavilion that occupies the

and landscape design are finely tuned to the

Platinum-certified building serves as a high-

length of the site and a mid-rise tower

local environment. Combined with the high-

tech, sustainable icon for the region.

that hovers above the pavilion and gives

performance building envelope, the simple

the facility a regional presence. A

geometry creates a powerful expression of

The team facilitated a highly collaborative

“pedestrian highway” makes it easy for

sustainability and an iconic marker

design process. By engaging all design and

employees to move around.

in the landscape.

clear solution that improves collaboration

The 75,000-square-foot floor plate

To maximize energy efficiency, the team

among TD Ameritrade's corporate, technology

accommodates large work groups and

designed the exterior wall as a unitized

and operations teams.

campus amenities. It also houses covered

rainscreen with laminated glass panels. This

parking and frames the garden landscape

system provides a continuous R-value of 20

Accommodating 1,700 employees, the

toward the existing campus. This garden is

and helps reduce energy use by 50 percent.

program is organized into two distinct

a continuous green lawn that connects the

The south tower facade features a unitized

groups. TD Ameritrade’s operations required

lobby, main circulation paths and a semi-

curtain wall system with sun shades and

contiguous, 75,000-square-foot workspaces

public, two-story dining and event building.

interior light shelves that send usable light 35

41.3% below ASHRAE 2007

engineering disciplines, they produced a

combined with training and technology

feet into the tower floor plan while creating

facilities. The corporate administration group

A flexible open plan enables TD Ameritrade

needed an adaptable, 25,000-square-foot

to adapt the layout of business groups as its

open floor plate for smaller business units.

needs change. The tower’s primary orientation is toward the campus garden, the

◄ street view

desirable views to the landscape.

2014 design annual

530,000 sq. ft. / 49,240 sq. m.


light shelf sunshade integrated into curtain wall

fixed window in 12-inchdeep frame protruding to face of rainscreen

15'-0"

15'-0"

aluminum curtain wall system with triple-glazed insulated glass unit

fritted glass rainscreen panels clipped on horizontal channels

insulated spandrel zone

5'

"

"

-0

-0

5'

" 1'- 6

" 1'- 6 ▲ south wall section

▲ building facade

▲ north/east/west wall section


â—„ level 1 floor plan

5 8

7

pedestrian highway

3

main entry

4

lobby

5

employee entry

6

exterior courtyard

7

autocourt

8

loading dock

9

central utility plan

10 fitness center 11 office space

10

2

dining

2

0

3

1

20 40

4

80ft

2

239

6

10

1

2 9

5

TD AMERITRADE HEADQUARTERS + OPERATIONS CENTER

11


â–˛ circulation corridor

â–˛ elevation


241

▲ section

▲ circulation corridor

▲ lobby

TD AMERITRADE HEADQUARTERS + OPERATIONS CENTER

▲ cafeteria


▼ main entrance

243

TD AMERITRADE HEADQUARTERS + OPERATIONS CENTER


The Central & Wolfe Campus 245

Sunnyvale, California, USA

Completion: 2016

The Central & Wolfe Campus presents

ecologies, or biomes, are natural systems

grove of established redwood trees and a

technology workplace architecture that is

defined by climatic and geographic conditions.

two-story, standalone amenity building with

forward-thinking, environmentally attuned and

Converging biomes, which are dynamic and

spaces for dining, retail and athletics.

highly flexible.

fl uid, are known as an ecotone.

The design creates a walkable, green campus

As a series of individual buildings within a

concrete structural system for thermal

with distinctive architectural features and

landscape, the site is woven together to

mass and slab overhangs for shading. The

amenities. Recognizing how progressive

create a whole. The buildings are organically

design uses green roofs for insulation and

companies perform, the campus offers a

shaped forms that billow and curve

water purification and reclaimed water for

high-performance workplace with more

according to the plan. The sections that

irrigation, fl ushing and cooling tower supply.

than 200,000 square feet of contiguous,

cantilever outward speak to the dynamism of

Photovoltaic arrays crown the roofs of the

flexible office floor plates contained within a

convergence and fl uidity.

buildings and parking structure. The long,

Annual EUI: 50 kBTU / sf / yr 40% below ASHRAE 2007

Sustainable strategies include using the

striking form that is both human-scaled and surrounded by nature.

◄ aerial view

sinuous facades of the elliptical forms create The campus is organized around a landscaped

solar gradients that continuously diminish and

central quadrangle. Each building sits atop

self-shade the buildings throughout the day.

Lessons from nature inspired the design

podium parking and features an internal

principles for the site organization and

courtyard designed for year-round use, with

Anticipating LEED Platinum certification, the

building forms. The design inspiration comes

pedestrian pathways connecting all facilities

project is designed to be a net-zero-energy-

from the project’s environment, in which two

and outdoor spaces. The central quadrangle

ready campus.

convergent site ecologies come together. Site

contains an amphitheater located within a

2014 design annual

770,000 sq. ft. / 71,535 sq. m.


â–˛ site plan


2

0

2

32 64 128ft

1

3

â–ş level 3 floor plan 1

central quad

2

office

3

photovoltaic canopy

4

parking garage

4

THE CENTRAL & WOLFE CAMPUS

2

247


â–ź process diagram

3 2

1

1 oak woodland biome

â–˛ physical model

3 dynamic ecotone

2 coast redwood biome


▲ south elevation

▲ west elevation

249

THE CENTRAL & WOLFE CAMPUS

▲ section perspective


▼ view from northwest

251

THE CENTRAL & WOLFE CAMPUS


The Exchange 253

Accra, Ghana

Completion: 2016

The team designed the architecture,

Several distinct landscape zones link The

Recalling the cooling architectural devices

landscape and interiors for this mixed-use

Exchange’s different amenities. At the

used in the tropical Modernism movement of

development, which is located in the airport

heart of the development is an open-air

the 1940s and 1950s, the design integrates

district of Accra, the capital of Ghana.

square with a vehicular drop-off area for the

the buildings and landscape through the use

hotel and retail facilities. The lushly planted

of clean lines, vibrant colors, rich textures and

The site includes two office buildings totaling

urban streetscape features indigenous palm

locally sourced materials.

172,000 square feet; a four-star, 200-key

trees that unify the scheme; a landscaped,

business hotel with conference and banquet

open-air retail mall, restaurant and hotel

facilities; 129,000 square feet of retail space

terraces; and a private residential landscaped

including food and beverage areas; and 100

pool terrace and gardens. A large swath of

luxury residential apartments.

green space serves as a public park while mitigating the urban heat island effect,

The design for this new open-air shopping

pollution and surface runoff.

complex provides a vibrant destination for residents, visitors and employees. On the

The landscape incorporates colorful plantings

podium level, food and beverage zones

native to West Africa. The design draws

complement the ground-level fashion and

inspiration from the strong angular geometry

restaurant areas.

of the traditional Ghanaian kente cloth, Africa’s best-known textile.

◄ view of hotel + retail mall below

2014 design annual

807,300 sq. ft. / 75,000 sq. m.


5

6

8

7 2 2 2

1

2

3 9 2

1

2

RETAIL

4

55 m²

DN

8

29 m²

2 GOODS

2

2

? ?

2 ? ?

DN

DN

▲ ground floor plan 1

office

2

retail

3

hotel reception

4

supermarket

5

resident entry / exit

6

resident drop-off

7

resident car parking

8

retail and hotel entry / exit

9

office entry / exit

▲ longitudinal section


0 5 10 20 40ft

255

▲ view of offices

THE EXCHANGE

▲ aerial view from southwest

▲ entrance to retail mall


▼ aerial view at night ▲ typical bedroom

257

THE EXCHANGE

▲ penthouse lounge


University of Maryland, Baltimore, Health Sciences Facility III 259

Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Completion: 2016

The Health Sciences Facility III is centrally

On the building’s southern face, the massing

A carefully planned network of campus green

located among the University of Maryland’s

transitions to an outdoor plaza. A “porous”

spaces and courtyards creates an “emerald

medicine, dentistry and pharmacy schools.

massing of offices allows views into the

necklace” that unifies these spaces and the

Both the site plan and building design

building through the adjacent atrium. An

buildings. Exterior plazas are designed as

encourage collaboration within this new

additional north-to-south building mass faces

extensions of major interior spaces, with

facility, which will advance UMB’s position as a

the school of medicine to accommodate

transparent materials on the edges blurring

leader in academic research.

future campus growth to the north.

boundaries between the two.

The program includes wet and dry research

The design follows university and city design

Connecting bridges span the central atrium at

labs on typical floors and imaging laboratories

guidelines by expressing a base, middle and

different levels to bring together researchers

in the basement. Collaboration areas are

top to the buildings. Durable materials appear

and faculty members. This atrium aligns with

located throughout the facility.

along the lowest portion of the structure,

atria within the adjoining schools of medicine,

where the building meets the ground. Middle

dentistry and pharmacy, encouraging

A lab block oriented east to west steps down

portions of buildings are strongly articulated,

collaborative meetings of researchers, faculty

along the street to one-level, pedestrian-scale

with few massing variations. The top steps

members and community residents.

massing elements. Materials, textures and

back to allow the massing to meet the sky.

elements like seating and planters combine to make the building feel welcoming to users and passersby.

◄ street view

2014 design annual

434,900 sq. ft. / 40,400 sq. m.


▲ aerial collaborative massing diagram

▲ west elevation

▲ south elevation


site + level 1 floor plan ► lobby

2

meeting room

3

office

4

wet lab

5

storage / receiving

6

entry

7

outdoor living room

Pine Pin P ine in ne n eS Stt ee Str eet e e

1

Fayette Street

4

5

0

3

10 20

6

1 40

6 80ft

2

7

261

▲ north elevation

▲ east elevation

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, BALTIMORE, HEALTH SCIENCES FACILITY III

Baltimore Street


â–˛ section through atrium looking north


► typical level floor plan 5 1

lobby

2

office

3

wet lab

4

dry lab

5

collaboration space

6

atrium

3

0 8

5

16

5 2

32

6

1

6

64ft

2

4

263

1

office

2

animal holding

3

procedure rooms

4

cage wash

5

surgical support

2 5 2 3

3

1

4

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, BALTIMORE, HEALTH SCIENCES FACILITY III

► vivarium level floor plan


▼ street view

▼ approach perspective

265

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, BALTIMORE, HEALTH SCIENCES FACILITY III


Vaikunth Residential Development 267

Thane, Maharashtra, India

The 32-acre Vaikunth Residential

exposed and dyed concrete, glass and

The site is divided into a series of blocks, or

Site: 32 acres / 12.9 hectares

Development is located within the Mumbai

movable perforated metal panels that speak

districts, making the construction process

Metropolitan Region, just west of the Thane

to the surrounding material context in a

easier to phase than with a contiguous

River. The site will consist of 14 residential

contemporary language.

podium. This approach also creates

Completion: 2018

towers with 1,500 units, two commercial office buildings and a temple.

a pedestrian scale between buildings The scale and detailing of the building

that is uncommon in India's residential

envelope can be appreciated at multiple

developments.

Vaikunth – a Hindi word meaning “a heavenly

levels. The overall massing and articulation

place to live” – served as the team's design

are legible from a distance, though deliberate

The design preserves many large trees,

inspiration.

changes of facade depth and alterations to

integrating the buildings into the landscape

the primary materials of painted concrete,

and creating a mature tree canopy between

Ranging from five to 27 stories tall, the

glass and perforated metal panels are more

buildings for pedestrians and condominium

towers have one to five units per floor. Each

noticeable up close. The metal panels have

owners to enjoy.

unit uses cross-ventilation and features a

different perforations that, when overlapping,

modern interpretation of an exterior “shutter,”

create a new pattern and a denser aperture

which protects residents from the sun and

to provide more sun protection and privacy

provides more privacy while allowing for

for residents. The overall articulation and

larger expanses of floor-to-ceiling glass.

detail have the potential to present many

The building envelope for the first-phase

occupants.

configurations based on the needs of the residential towers is envisioned as a thoughtfully articulated assembly of

◄ high-end tower

2014 design annual

2.31 million sq. ft. / 215,000 sq. m.


4

1 2 3

â—„ site plan 1

residential

2

temple

3

commerical

4

goverment giveback


▲ tree preservation

▲ pedestrian scale

▲ composite

269

VAIKUNTH RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT

▲ high-value trees


â–˛ community center


271

▲ section

VAIKUNTH RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT

▲ ground plan


â–˛ high-end tower


point tower to minimize footprint on site to maximize recreational ground

273

sliced top redirects views toward the temple grounds

VAIKUNTH RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT

carved base creates an arrival experience and orienting views toward central green


◄ high-end tower

▼ floor plans

1

elevator lobby

2

foyer

3

kitchen

4

living room

5

bedroom

6

dining

7

terrace

8

office / bedroom

9

service balcony 0

10 master bedroom

1

5

2

5 10

5

5

10 4

7

8m

7

1

4

2

1

4

2

3

3

6

275

6 5

9

VAIKUNTH RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT

9

▲ zone 2

▲ zone 1

5

8

5

5

4

2

1

7 3

1

6

10

9

▲ zone 3-1

4

2

9

▲ zone 3-2

7


▼ experience center

277

VAIKUNTH RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT


Xiamen Tong'an New Town Blue Diamond Project 279

Xiamen, Fujian Province, China

Design completion: 2013

The Xiamen Tong’an New Town Blue Diamond

Xiamen’s unique history inspired the team

Though the scale and undulating geometry of

Project houses a retail mall, an exclusive club,

to use the metaphor of a wave to guide

the roof and glazed walls produce a striking,

an 800-seat boutique cinema and an outdoor

the design. At times, Xiamen’s beautiful

iconic shape, they also presented several

performance theater.

landscape has the tranquility of the peaceful

structural challenges. In the main atrium

sea. The vitality and energy of a wave

space, the curved roof edge and double-

As a new symbol of Xiamen’s Tong’an

represent the city’s prosperous future. As

curved glazed walls prevented the use of

district, Blue Diamond brings an innovative

the wave reaches the shoreline, it becomes

columns. Instead, the building has a perimeter

entertainment venue to an increasingly

water drops that glimmer and shine like “blue

truss system with 625 feet between

popular tourist area. This new center is

diamonds” arriving in the city.

support columns.

centrally located among the 13 new resort hotels being developed along the beautiful

Different shaped wave-like forms make up the

beach of Tong’an Bay in subtropical

development’s structure, including a dramatic

southern China.

230-foot-tall, self-supporting glazed wall that follows the curved roof form and ensures that

The Xiamen Planning Bureau challenged the

visitors always have scenic views to the sea.

team to design the development as a new

The slight tilting of this “diamond-skin” wall

tourist attraction for the city, an important

creates a shimmering effect.

commercial seaport for China since the 14th century. The design needed to embody Xiamen’s position as a “gateway to the world” and a city of rich cultural diversity.

◄ night view

2014 design annual

1.49 million sq. ft. / 138,800 sq. m.


â–ź site plan

1 2

3

1

4

1

1

retail entrance

2

roof

3

blue diamond skylight

4

roof terrace


0 20 40 100 200m

281

XIAMEN TONG'AN NEW TOWN BLUE DIAMOND PROJECT

▲ aerial view

2

1

1 level 3 floor plan ► 2 1

retail

2

food + beverage


â–˛ view from theater

â–˛ view from plaza


▲ elevation

▲ cross section

283

XIAMEN TONG'AN NEW TOWN BLUE DIAMOND PROJECT

▲ concept model


▼ approach perspective

285

XIAMEN TONG'AN NEW TOWN BLUE DIAMOND PROJECT


Zhoushan Island + Jintang Island Master Plan 287

Zhoushan, Zhejiang Province, China

To create this transformational master plan,

As the district’s major city, Dinghai is its

Study area: 193 sq. mi. / 500 sq. km.

the team studied 193 square miles of the

historical and cultural heart. Surrounding

Zhoushan Archipelago to inform a scheme that

mountains and natural islands are protected

accommodates regional growth on the islands

to prevent encroachment from unplanned

of Zhoushan and Jintang. Located in the

development. This ecosystem sustains

Dinghai district, the urban framework sets the

the city, allowing contained investment to

development direction for the next 20 years.

revitalize its heritage. Conservation

Completion: 2033

measures spur tourism, while industry is The master plan preserves the area’s

limited to outlying areas.

mountainous topography and natural

◄ baiquan site plan

skyline, protecting ridgelines and focusing

Lingang, on the adjacent Jintang International

future growth into corridors within defined

Logistics Island City, presents a seaward

development boundaries. Urban nodes

gateway to the district. As part of a

benefit from economies of scale and sense

broader industry distribution strategy, it is

of place, while residents and visitors enjoy

a significant part of the local and regional

being near the sea and protected natural

economy. Yancang, in western Dinghai,

lands. Greenbelts and waterfront

and Baiquan, on northern Zhoushan Island,

promenades reshape parts of the shoreline

are growth areas carefully planned to

to allow direct public access.

protect the environment.

2014 design annual

Design area: 6 sq. mi. / 15 sq. km.


â–˛ lingang site plan

â–˛ lingang areas of emphasis


289

▲ lingang edge treatment

ZHOUSHAN ISLAND + JINTANG ISLAND MASTER PLAN

▲ lingang skyline view


▲ dinghai site plan

▲ dinghai vegetation connections

▲ dinghai traffic lines


291

ZHOUSHAN ISLAND + JINTANG ISLAND MASTER PLAN

▲ dinghai skyline view

▲ dinghai topography diagram

▲ dinghai topography diagram


â–˛ yancang site plan perspective

â–˛ yancang site model


▲ yancang edge condition

293

▲ yancang street perspective

▲ yancang green space

ZHOUSHAN ISLAND + JINTANG ISLAND MASTER PLAN

▲ yancang access


▲ baiquan nodes of emphasis

▲ baiquan site plan


▲ baiquan edge condition

295

ZHOUSHAN ISLAND + JINTANG ISLAND MASTER PLAN

▲ baiquan aerial view


▼ dinghai aerial view

297

ZHOUSHAN ISLAND + JINTANG ISLAND MASTER PLAN


Zhuhai Port Office Building Competition 299

Zhuhai, Guangdong Province, China

Competition: 2013

This vision for the Zhuhai Port Office Building

As a midpoint between two large-scale,

The design concept draws inspiration from

introduces a dynamic public landmark within

horizontal structures – the customs house

the strong tradition and elegant craft of

the city of Zhuhai, one of China’s most prized

and high-speed train station – the Zhuhai

Chinese culture and art. References to paper

tourist destinations. Inspired by the city’s

Port Office Building is a focal point within the

lanterns introduce a spirit of material and

rich culture and beautiful climate, the design

urban setting. Each of the proposed design

craft, creating a graphic connection between

proposal creates a welcoming, memorable

scenarios pushes the maximum height of

the environment and its people.

gateway between Zhuhai and Macau.

the development above adjacent buildings to create a strong visual link between the

Located in the southern region of the Gongbei

customs house and train station.

District, the site is surrounded by a high-

◄ aerial view

speed train terminal to the east, customs

The Zhuhai Port Office Building’s program

house to the west, public transportation plaza

integrates government, administrative and

to the north and Macau to the south. These

public uses into one complex. The design

surroundings produce a civic environment

promotes this significant public destination

with dynamic pedestrian activity and a broad

by incorporating a mix of shops, restaurants,

surrounding transportation network.

hotels and museums.

2014 design annual

645,800 sq. ft. / 60,000 sq. m.


â–˛ site plan


▼ level 1 floor plan

1

retail core

2

office core

3

inspection office core

4

retail

5

inspection office

6

inspection to lease

7

circulation

8

sunken plaza

9

atrium

1 2

3 0 2

3

4 8

▲ retail level plan

16m

8 8

1

4 301 2 4

9

9

4

5

3

▲ level 5 plan 3

6

6

5

▲ level 6 plan

6

ZHUHAI PORT OFFICE BUILDING COMPETITION

7


section diagram â–ş 1

restaurant

2

office to lease

3

retail

4

public parking

5

inspection parking

6

inspection

7

inspection office

1

7

2

6 5 4 3

â–˛ elevation


303

ZHUHAI PORT OFFICE BUILDING COMPETITION

▲ approach perspective


▼ park view rendering

305

ZHUHAI PORT OFFICE BUILDING COMPETITION


Image Credits

Aegis Media Office............................................................................................................. Eric Laignel Atlantis Sanya Hainan Resort.............................................................................................HOK Beijing Art Hotel................................................................................................................. HOK BP Center for High-Performance Computing.................................................................... Steve Hall, Hedrich Blessing Cedars-Sinai Advanced Health Sciences Pavilion.............................................................John Linden Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Air Traffic Control Tower................................. Lifang, India Today Commerce Union Center.....................................................................................................ATCHAIN Confidential Master Plan Competition...............................................................................HOK 33 Davies Street................................................................................................................ Sectorlight, Chris Ansell, HOK Dechert Law Office............................................................................................................ Eric Laignel Delta Ottawa City Centre Renovation................................................................................Tom Arban Department of Housing and Urban Development Demonstration Office Space..............Jim Tetro Dubai Expo 2020 Master Plan........................................................................................... Populous, HOK Five-Star Hotel Luxury Suite..............................................................................................Eric Laignel Four Seasons Nanjing.........................................................................................................HOK Golden Empire Transit Central Facility.............................................................................. HOK

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Golden Harbor Ecotourism Resort..................................................................................... Shanghai Xpgoo Computer, Graphics Technology Co., Ltd. King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center Residential Community............ Alan Karchmer King Abdullah University of Science and Technology Interior Design.............................. Sam Fentress King Khalid International Airport Development + Expansion............................................HOK LG Science Park..................................................................................................................HOK Long Beach Airport Terminal Modernization..................................................................... David Lena MGM Grand Sanya..............................................................................................................Paul Dingman Museum Gardens Dream Pavilion Competition..................................................................HOK Nanjing Financial Center.....................................................................................................ATCHAIN Newport Magistrates' Court...............................................................................................Phil Boorman Photography NewYork–Presbyterian 68th Street Entrance Renovation............................................... Paul Warchol NewYork–Presbyterian Ambulatory Care Center...............................................................HOK Ogilvy & Mather Office.......................................................................................................Steve Hall, Hedrich Blessing Oregon State Hospital........................................................................................................Lara Swimmer Photography Phillips 66 Headquarters Campus..................................................................................... Silkroad Rosewood Abu Dhabi..........................................................................................................Don Riddle Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Headquarters......................................................Eric Laignel TD Ameritrade Headquarters + Operations Center...........................................................Tom Kessler The Central & Wolfe Campus..............................................................................................Steelblue


The Exchange.....................................................................................................................HOK University of Maryland, Baltimore, Health Sciences Facility III....................................... HOK Vaikunth Residential Development....................................................................................ATCHAIN Xiamen Tong'an New Town Blue Diamond Project............................................................ A-Promise Studio Zhoushan Island + Jintang Island Master Plan............................................................... PGOO International Zhuhai Port Office Building Competition.......................................................................... ATCHAIN


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