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Our Work

To convey the distinctive expertise and values of Planning at HOK, we asked our regional leaders from around the world to describe the practice. The following narrative synthesizes those perspectives. On every project, we apply lessons we’ve learned from our breadth of experience to address urgent environmental and socioeconomic issues while elevating the places people live, work, play and visit. Our team is ingenious. Ambitious. We’re creative explorers who are passionate and thoughtful about everything we do. And we’re driven by opportunities to improve the future of our communities. Our expertise helps transform diverse sites into vibrant, enduring assets that enliven their communities. Whether we’re developing a master plan for a new city, designing a corporate landscape or creating a neighborhood park, our team shapes distinctive places that reflect and advance their cultures. We are a group of planners, landscape architects, urban designers and specialists who embrace collaboration as a powerful design tool that brings out the most innovative solutions. Because we are an integrated global practice, our projects benefit from the diverse perspectives of knowledge leaders and experts from around the world. Yet we operate as a collection of regional design studios, allowing us to be nimble and to innovate freely. We’re also deeply rooted in each of the communities we call home. These are the places where we can fully appreciate the ongoing impact of our work. Ultimately, Planning at HOK is united by a shared commitment to making the world more livable, enjoyable and sustainable. Throughout this book, you’ll see examples of our recent master planning, landscape architecture and urban design work throughout the world. Featured projects represent a range of scales, a variety of settings and a diverse array of design challenges.

Master Planning

Master Planning Successful master plans connect people to their environments, physically and emotionally. We collaborate across disciplines and continents to create places that are authentic and integrated with their surroundings, ensuring their long-term economic growth and sustainability.

Dubai Expo 2020


Exhibition / Mixed-Use / Residential / Educational L O C AT I O N

Dubai, United Arab Emirates SIZE

1,082 acres 438 hectares SERVICES

Master Planning AWA R D

2015 Middle East Consultant Awards Urban Design and Landscaping Company of the Year

The design looks to the future while drawing on traditional Emirati community planning concepts. Dubai has been chosen as the site of the 2020 World Expo. HOK was the lead designer for a team that developed the master plan for the Expo, which is expected to draw more than 25 million visitors. With its mixture of education, innovation and entertainment, the plan reflects the wonderful qualities of Dubai and the form and spirit of a World Expo. The site is on the southwestern edge of Dubai in Jebel Ali, near Dubai’s new Al Maktoum International Airport and Jebel Ali Port, one of the world’s busiest ports. The design features three separate pavilions symbolizing opportunity, sustainability and mobility, with “innovation pods” and “best practice areas” in each thematic zone. These three zones emanate from a central plaza named the Al Wasl, the historic Arab name for Dubai meaning “the connection.” Inspired by the layout of a traditional Arabic “souk,” or marketplace, the design places larger pavilions to the perimeter while clustering smaller exhibit spaces toward the center of the site. This creates a smooth pedestrian flow while encouraging interaction among visitors. The team planned the Expo site to create a sustainable benchmark for events in the Middle East. An iconic photovoltaic fabric structure covers the main walkways, acting as a solar-powered sun shade and combining with photovoltaic panels on building facades to capture enough sunlight to generate at least half of the Expo’s energy requirements onsite. Other sustainable strategies include recycling wastewater, reusing materials and monitoring the Expo’s carbon footprint. HOK teamed with Populous and Arup on the master plan. HOK and Arup are continuing to develop the Master Plan for 2020.

Murooj Jeddah


Master Plan PROJEC T T Y PE

Wadi al Asla L Master O C ATPlan ION Dubai, United Arab Emirates L O C AT I O N

Jeddah, Kingdom S I Zof E Saudi 1,082Arabia acres 438 hectares SIZE

32,000 S E R V acres ICES 13,000 Master hectares Planning COM SE PR LE VT I CI O EN S

January 2012 Master (Stages Planning 1 + 2)

Murooj Jeddah in Wadi Al Asla is a planned community for 170,000 population 10 kms east of Jeddah. It is located in a wadi which has remained undeveloped except for the city’s sewage treatment lake and the land fill site which are both to be removed. The site has been unlocked for development by the routing of two new highways through the mountains connecting Jeddah to Mecca and other cities in the kingdom. Previous use and land ownership led to a two centered city sharing the green heart of forest and Ecology Park and connected by a greenway system forming a spine through the wadi. The land fill site makes way for a 365 MW renewable energy plant and the water from the sewage treatment works provides irrigation for tree planting. Murooj Jeddah represents a new generation of development in Saudi Arabia which follows principles of sustainability. The residential areas are planned in precincts around neighbourhood centres controlled through design guidelines to provide schools, libraries and mosques which create a sense of place and community. Detailed discussions have taken place with the US Green Building Council to consider how their LEED ND (Neighbourhood Development) certification could be adapted and applied in the Kingdom. In addition to residential areas, Murooj Jeddah will provide employment, sites for a paediatric hospital and a new faculty for the King Abdul Aziz University and much needed entertainment, leisure and open space for the residents of Jeddah. An extensive system of channels and retention basins will help to alleviate the flooding problems of the city.

Zhoushan + Jingtang Islands


New Town / Urban Renewal L O C AT I O N

Zhoushan, China SIZE

13,906 acres 5,630 hectares SERVICES

Framework Master Plan, Urban Design

Five hundred square kilometers of the Zhoushan Archipelago are to be transformed to accommodate regional growth on the islands of Zhoushan and Jingtang. Set within Dinghai district, an overall urban framework was established to set the direction for development for the next twenty years. The master plan preserves the mountainous topography and natural skyline, protecting ridgelines and focusing future growth into corridors within set development boundaries. Via this concentration, urban nodes benefit from economies of scale and sense of place, while enjoying proximity to the sea and to protected natural lands. Greenbelts and waterfront promenades reshape parts of the shoreline for direct public access to while giving the renewed developments a more clear and ecological network of public realm.

South Spine


Mixed-Use / Commercial / Residential / Educational L O C AT I O N

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates SIZE

1,243 acres 503 hectares SERVICES

Detailed Master Planning, Landscape Architecture, Estidama Community Planning, Public Realm Design

The Capital District is a long range visionary plan that establishes the framework for a new Capital City for Abu Dhabi. The Capital District is a major urban centre for the Emirate that is focused on developing a distinct and progressive new Arab City as part of the 2030 Plan. The Capital District is comprised of a series of precincts, each with a distinct character that will embrace a culturally diverse population. Situated in the south west corner of the Capital District, is the South Spine Precinct intended to function as both an anchor and gateway into the Capital District. Connecting the South Spine Precinct to the core of the Capital District is a Main Ceremonial Boulevard creating a dramatic gateway defined by culturally relevant architecture, public art and formal landscaping. Expressing the intent to create a new, sustainable and modern Arab City, the South Spine Precinct is based upon the guidelines of Estidama Pearl Rating for Community Development and will offer a mix of land uses, a multi modal public transit system with Transit Oriented Development nodes and a well-developed public realm, focused on promoting a healthy and active lifestyle for all residents and visitors to the Capital District and the South Spine Precinct. The South Spine Precinct Master Plan is the culmination of the expertise and insight provided by the Capital District Team and stakeholders. The precinct is a cornerstone to the Capital District and is reflective of the overarching vision and objectives which the Urban Planning Council envisages for the new Capital City for the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.

Dubai Opera District


Mixed-Use - Cultural / Residential / Commercial L O C AT I O N

Dubai, United Arab Emirates SIZE

27 acres 11 hectares SERVICES

Planning, Landscape Architecture, Urban Design

The Opera District represents the final Master Plan chapter in the development around the Burj Kalifah Tower in Dubai. Centered around the world’s tallest tower, the prestigious site is framed by large lakes, fountains and an array of residential, hospitality and local attractions. The Dubai and Toronto Planning teams developed a comprehensive Master Plan that organized the vehicular and pedestrian circulation to create a vibrant cultural district focused on local and international arts while positioning the towers to frame key views. The complex project brought together the client’s management team, engineering disciplines, retail consultants and the various architects of the designated towers from which HOK developed the Master Plan. The Master Plan and Landscape Strategy developed the complete public realm for the site that was in constant evolution due to the accelerated development schedule. A Master Plan report and Design Guidelines set out the framework to take the design into the next stage of implementation setting out the materiality and general quality of the visitor’s experience. HOK also coordinated the overall aesthetic of the precinct through an animated fly-through and 3D views. This exercise was a useful aid in conveying the character of the public realm and is used in the marketing efforts for the site.



Research Center + Residential Community L O C AT I O N

Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia SIZE

500 acres 200 hectares SERVICES

Master Planning, Landscape Architecture, Architecture, Graphic Design, Interior Design, Sustainable Design AWA R D S

2014 Best Regional Project: Middle East for LEED BD+C, US Green Building Council 2013 Merit Award, American Society of Landscape Architecture, Potomac and Maryland Chapter

“The King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC) in Riyadh, Saudi, Arabia, has achieved the first LEED for Homes Certification outside of North America, marking its leadership in sustainable residential design in the Middle East.” - The Cityscape Magazine The King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC) will be one of the world’s pre-eminent research institutions. Not only will it be a center for energy studies and a showcase of energy efficiency and environmentally sensitive design, it will attract the best and brightest from In-Kingdom and the world to do research in all facets of the petroleum industry. Researchers and their families will want to stay here because of its commitment to provide an attractive, sustainable living environment, both indoors and out. The KAPSARC Master Plan unifies two broad components: A Research Complex and a Residential Community. They are both served by the Utility Zone. The Research Zone was the subject of an international design competition won by Zaha Hadid Architects of London, UK. The Residential Community Zone and Utility Zone design by HOK of Washington, DC was begun during the competition period and will be completed by In-Kingdom architects and engineers. KAPSARC is the first project outside North America to achieve LEED ® for Homes certification. It is one of the first projects included in the USGBC’s LEED for Homes International Pilot Program. Fifty-seven of the villas were awarded LEED for Homes Gold; the remaining villas will be certified in blocks as they reach completion. It is the largest project in the program with 191 villas registered for certification.

Istanbul International Financial Center


Global Financial Center L O C AT I O N

Istanbul, Turkey SIZE

170 acres 70 hectares SERVICES

Detailed Master Planning, Planning Regulations, Landscape Standards, Conceptual Landscape Design, Urban Design, Architecture

The Istanbul Financial Center (IFC) Master Plan provides the framework and tools to develop a sustainable financial center based on the natural systems of a vital site, the demands of a modern financial center, and its significant historic context. This integration will creatively synthesize human need, environmental stewardship and economic viability into a global model of urbanism rooted in Turkish culture with a vision to the future. Turkey, the 16th largest economy in the world and 6th largest in Europe, with its growing population of 73 million, requires a new finance center to meet the challenges of its age while respecting its past and culture. The goal of the Istanbul Financial Center is to become a focal point for not only Istanbul and Turkey, but for the international finance and business community. By synthesizing market demands into a coherent and visionary idea that respects both current and future financial and eco-systems, the center will attract investors while maintaining a high quality of life for inhabitants and visitors. A mixed-use programmatic strategy will integrate dense urban fabric, productive landscape and practical requirements into catalysts that activate the site. Through this integration of landscape and urban density, it will act as a model of sustainable development for the expansion and densification of Istanbul. Located between the Atasehir and Umraniye districts, the site offers great potential due to its strategic position, accessibility and views to the historic center of Istanbul. The Master Plan strives to build upon the natural strengths of the site by emphasizing its advantageous position at the heart of the Asian side of Istanbul and the quickly developing districts that surround it.

Niseko Village


Ski Resort L O C AT I O N

Niseko (Hokkaido), Japan SIZE

1,142 acres 462 hectares SERVICES

Master Planning

HOK won an international master plan design competition for the 462-hectare Niseko Village mountain resort in Niseko (Hokkaido), Japan. The existing mountain resort is located on Mt. Niseko An’nupuri, renowned for its plentiful snow, but currently lacking the amenities to match its natural splendour. The master plan carefully integrates a variety of luxury accommodation zones into the mountain topography and natural setting, while a natural hotspring Onsen complex compliments a diverse range of new four-season activities, all unified within a car-free, pedestrian village. The plan maximizes skiin/ski-out real estate and views to the surrounding mountain peaks, while also incorporating advanced sustainable design principles. The resort character will be distinctly modern and Japanese, signifying a unique visitor experience unlike any other fourseason mountain destination in the world.

Suzhou Times Square


Retail Center / Waterfront Entertainment L O C AT I O N

Suzhou, China SIZE

104 acres 42 hectares SERVICES

Master Planning, Architecture, Landscape Design, Urban Design

HOK provided an urban design plan and canalside streetscape design for this major new cultural, retail and entertainment district. As the cultural heart of the Suzhou Industrial Park, the Cultural Corridor will integrate with the Suzhou International Expo Center, Suzhou Industrial Park Administrative Center and Suzhou Science and Arts Center. The master plan will serve the needs of the broader Suzhou region as commercial and residential development increases around Jinji Lake. The urban design plan crafts a series of distinct canalside walking experiences that link anchor hotels, offices, retail destinations and open space amenities. Bridges and courtyards create a rhythm of unique spaces that become backdrops and foregrounds for dining, strolling, and shopping experiences along the canal length. Underground car parking feeds the district from the edges, while pedestrian activity flows from the nearby convention center and administrative government offices during the day, and from surrounding residences and hotels within the site at night. The experience of serenity and discovery found in the traditional gardens of Suzhou is subtly recreated in a modern setting, allowing a diversity of pathways, plazas, and retail tenant facades to frame unique visual moments throughout the Cultural Corridor. HOK helped the Suzhou Industrial Park implement this vision by facilitating an interdisciplinary urban design process and district development strategies, including architectural and landscape detail design services, thus leading full service delivery of the project to the client and the greater Suzhou region.

Aga Khan Academies


New-Build International Academies Master Plan L O C AT I O N

Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania SIZE

43 acres 17.5 hectares SERVICES

Master Planning, Architecture, Site Planning, Landscape Architecture

The Aga Khan Academies are an integrated network of residential schools offering girls and boys an international standard of education from pre-primary to secondary levels with a rigorous academic excellence and leadership-development experience. The Academies are founded on the underlying premise that what students know is no longer the most important measure of an education; the true test is the ability of students and graduates to engage with what they do not know and to find solutions. The premise holds that a school must not only prepare a graduate for his or her first job, but for a life of inquiry and learning in a world that will change rapidly and continuously. Whereas rote learning may prepare students for jobs that currently exist the education learned at an Academy will go further to prepare young men and women to grasp opportunities in the future. HOK is providing a full design service for the two academies.

Buhairat City


New City Master Plan L O C AT I O N

Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia SIZE

988 acres 400 hectares SERVICES

Master Planning, Architecture, Landscape Architecture

A master plan providing a vision for a new community of 35,000 people to the north of Jeddah, enjoying the benefits of a coastal Red Sea site. The Buhairat City Master Plan succeeds several other plans drawn up over the past 20 years for a site to the north of Jeddah. During those 20 years, Jeddah has grown and continues to expand northward so that by 2035 it is expected that Buhairat will be integrated within the wider city. The master plan proposes a unique development which draws its inspiration from the City of Jeddah and its relation to the Hijaz Mountains in the East and the Red Sea coral reef to the west. Its key characteristic is the interplay of land and water. Every one of the 10,000 new apartments will have views of the wide channels of turquoise water. Buhairat is planned as a contemporary and sustainable community for around 35,000 people which is well connected to Jeddah but provides its residents with mosques, schools, health facilities, retail, amenity and recreation all set in the beautiful coastal landscape of the Red Sea. Al Buhairat will also be a destination for people living in the expanding city of Jeddah as well as those on pilgrimage to nearby Mecca. This will be a place full of life encouraging people to wander along the shaded retail promenades, through the souk and the floating market. The community facilities and the well connected public realm provide places where people can play, shop, eat and relax. An electric quayside tram starting at the future Jeddah metro station and a flock of water taxis will make it easy for residents to leave their cars and explore the whole site, visiting the fountain show in the heart of Buhairat or having a meal overlooking the marina in the cool of the evening.

Landscape Architecture

Landscape Architecture The art and science of landscape architecture blends creative gestures with complex biological systems to establish a sense of place. We have participated in some of the world’s most complex projects proving our ability to coordinate teams that can deliver and construct as well as we conceive and create. Whether providing the site design for a single building or corporate campus, planning a park or an entire city, HOK’s planning practice is committed to creating environments with enduring value.

US Coast Guard


Headquarters Building L O C AT I O N

Washington, DC SIZE

1.2 million sq. ft. 111,000 sq. m. SERVICES

Landscape Architecture, Sustainability, Interior Design AWA R D S

DBIA - Design Build Honor Award, Civic Building; NAIOP Maryland/DC Chapter Award of Excellence, Best Institutional Facility; NAIOP Maryland/DC Chapter Award of Excellence, Best Sustainable Project

HOK provided landscape architecture and interior design services for the Coast Guard’s new LEED Gold headquarters in Washington’s Anacostia neighborhood. Overlooking the Anacostia River and the capital’s monumental core, the 11-story project was commissioned by the U.S. General Services Administration. HOK’s site design for the courtyards, edges and green roof provides continuity between the surrounding woodlands and the historic St. Elizabeths west campus. The layout of the courtyards, as with the building, steps down from east to west toward a low area of the campus. This progression along a 120-foot hillside provides a canvas for the landscape concept. The physiographic region transitions from the Blue Ridge and outcrop barrens of the Piedmont plateau region to the lowlands of the coastal plain. The site’s exterior spaces are high-performance landscapes that provide ecological, aesthetic, programmatic and educational functions. A green roof features 400,000 square feet of plants from the Blue Ridge, Northern Piedmont, Southeastern Plains and Middle Atlantic Coastal Plain areas. Rainwater that falls onto the green roof permeates through the plant roots and soil, is captured in the drainage system and travels down to the stormwater pond for reuse in irrigation. Because this had been a contaminated site, large amounts of soil were removed and replaced with various custom soil blends.

Hong Kong Tamar


Government Complex L O C AT I O N

Hong Kong, S.A.R., China SIZE

431,650 sq. ft. 40,100 sq.m. SERVICES

Master Planning, Landscape Architecture, Urban Design, Interior Design AWA R D S

2014 Global Award of Excellence, Urban Land Institute 2015 Honor Award, ASLA St. Louis Chapter

The design of the Tamar Redevelopment Project represented an opportunity to create a public open space for the citizens of Hong Kong which is truly unique within the region. The Tamar site occupies not only a preeminent location within Hong Kong’s CBD but also functions as the anchor of a bold new Central Waterfront open space system which reconnects the city with the historic Victoria Harbourfront as well as the rugged mountains which act as a dramatic backdrop to the iconic city skyline. The genesis of the project came during HOK’s involvement in the Central Waterfront Master Plan which was completed in 2005. Following on from the success of that proposal, HOK was invited to join a multi-disciplinary team which put together the winning design scheme for the heart of the Waterfront Master Plan, the new Central Government Headquarters. Given its function as the seat of Hong Kong’s government, the design was structured around a series of clear and socially relevant design guidelines which addressed long-standing ambitions within the local populace and government. These included ideals such as openness and transparency, a design solution which embraced sustainable solutions and a vision for a truly democratic open space where citizens could connect with their local government, make their voices heard and relax with family and friends. The success of the final built environment has been remarkable and was clearly evident during a public demonstration held shortly after the opening of the project at which time the central lawn provided a grand civic stage, allowing people to directly address the government in a way which had previously not been possible. This powerful civic space, along with the multitude of smaller destination spaces within the site, provides a clear example and a reminder of the power of landscapes as vibrant spaces for public engagement.

National Center for Weather + Climate Prediction


Research Park L O C AT I O N

Riverdale, Maryland SIZE

268,000 sq. ft. 24,900 sq. m. SERVICES

Master Planning, Landscape Architecture, Architecture, Facility Programming, Interior Design AWA R D

2013 Merit Award, American Society of Landscape Architecture, Potomac and Maryland Chapter

HOK created a landscape plan that is in lockstep with the climatic and environmental mission of NOAA while accommodating the functional needs of its new complex. Located on a 10-acre parcel adjacent to the University of Maryland, the new facility is intended to foster synergy between University researchers and NOAA staff. The design of the facility aspires to become a physical embodiment of man’s relationship to climate and nature. Natural systems do not operate in straight lines and thus the proposed site plan and building are aligned in a series of curving forms, suggestive of rippling waves of water or a bird’s bowed wings. One of the bigger challenges for the project was how to create a special outdoor environment within a greater context of a traditional office park. By preserving as much existing perimeter vegetation as possible, this design of the site is visually buffered from the surrounding office buildings and allows a pure user experience of the landscape composition. The parking garage and surface parking areas are located at the East side of the site to limit most of the vehicular traffic to the area closest to the site entry and reserve the majority of the site for pedestrian use. The site is designed to showcase water and watersensitive design. The planting palette features native and adapted species that can withstand challenging heat and drought conditions with little irrigation. The variety of native grasses, perennials, ferns and shrubs weave together in broad drifts beneath scattered trees, creating the feeling that the building has risen out of a natural landscape.

Eskenazi Health Sidney & Lois Eskenazi H



Public Hospital / Medical Center L O C AT I O N

Indianapolis, Indiana SIZE

1.2 m. sq. ft. 111,500 sq.m. SERVICES

Master Planning, Landscape Architecture, Site Design, Architecture, Construction Administration, Construction Phase Project Management, Facility Programming, Full-Time Field Representation, Interior Design, Structural Engineering

Wishard Eskenazi Hospital is a public medical center and a teaching hospital for the Indiana University School of Medicine, currently located on a 39-acre site bordering the Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) Campus. For more than 150 years, Wishard Eskenazi Hospital has provided Indianapolisarea residents with the highest quality healthcare with a special emphasis on the vulnerable populations of Marion County, Indiana. HOK has been the Executive Landscape Architect for the conceptual master plan as well as the Landscape Architect for the development of the public realm and parking areas for the new Wishard Eskenazi Hospital campus. The overarching design strategy for the site promotes wellness and community health while providing opportunities for interpretation and education. The project vision is to build a holistic environment of respect for ecology and focus site strategies on healing for all: visitors, patients, staff, citizens and students. The public realm framework employs a BMP approach to stormwater management, utilizing native and adapted plantings for rain gardens and bio-filtration swales. The naturalistic character and aesthetic of these stormwater features extends to the campus streetscape and a variety of garden rooms located throughout the campus, providing filtration, diversity and sustainability benefits to the overall landscape. The project is seeking a Gold level of LEED certification. Sustainable site features include: removal of 80% TSS, infiltration basins, control of storm water runoff, use of native and adaptive species plantings, rainwater collection for irrigation, green roofs, edible community gardens, carpool parking spaces, alternative fuel vehicle parking spaces, bike parking, efficient exterior lighting design, and use of locally manufactured and produced materials.

NPS National Mall


Turf and Soil Reconstruction L O C AT I O N

Washington, DC SIZE

Phase I: 690,000 sq. ft. 64,103 sq. m. Phase II+III: 3,100 sq. ft. 288 sq. m. SERVICES

Landscape Architecture, Event Management Planning, Maintenance Guideline Handbook AWA R D S

2013 Merit Award, Built Design, American Society of Landscape Architecture, Maryland and Potomac Chapter

Each year, the National Mall hosts 25 million visitors and 3,000 special events. Few public spaces can compare with its grandeur, intensity of use and cultural symbolism. Though the US National Park Service has spent decades cultivating the lawn, its condition had deteriorated. This project defines sustainable strategies for maintaining healthy soils and turf on the National Mall. It improves stormwater absorption and maintains existing vegetation while preserving the iconic quality of this historic landmark. The team, which included several turf experts, identified types of grass that can withstand the National Mall’s heavy use and irrigation systems that are durable and environmentally sound. The design solutions alleviate soil compaction and provide proper air, water and nutrient infiltration. The plan replaces subsoil and surface soil with an engineered soil that is permeable, effective for plant growth, and that retains water within its subsurface structure. Walkways and re-graded lawn panels drain into a new, deeper subsurface drainage structure featuring four 250,000-gallon cisterns. ADA-compliant granite curbs guide water to the cisterns and redefine the edge of the National Mall’s lawn panels. With the first phase complete, three of the National Mall’s eight center grass panels and two cisterns have been installed. To ensure that the Mall looks good well into the future, HOK also helped the National Park Service write a manual for operating and maintaining the turf in a sustainable way. The design and operations plan proved successful during the 2013 presidential inauguration, when the grass was preserved despite the large crowds.

University of Missouri Healthcare


Healing Garden Courtyard L O C AT I O N

Columbia, Missouri SIZE

299,000 sq. ft. 27,800 sq. m. SERVICES

Landscape Architecture, Lighting Design AWA R D S

2011 Merit Award American Society of Landscape Architecture, St. Louis Chapter

“Being comfortable within the space is essential for the patients. It is very important for mind healing, and mind healing is very important to body healing. We don’t just want bricks and mortar. We want healing happening in the healing garden.” - Paul Dale, MD, Interim Medical Director, Ellis Fischel Cancer Center, Medical Construction & Design As if carved out of the architecture, this new courtyard sits at the intersection of the existing hospital and a new patient care tower. Serving as the main wayfinding object in the new portion of the hospital, the healing garden courtyard is at the heart of the building. Light floods into the structure from this small space, and expansive views make the healing garden a focal point from every floor. Imitating the local geography, dramatic topographic forms give people inside the building a distinct foreground while providing a sense of privacy and intimacy to those visiting the space. Native vegetation, contemporary materials and a soothing water feature give visitors a sense of peace. A large deck space adjacent to the interior physical therapy space is shaded by a single dogwood tree – the state tree of Missouri and a central branding element of the hospital.

Wellmark Blue Cross / Blue Shield


Headquarters + Operations Center L O C AT I O N

Des Moines, Iowa SIZE

603,900 sq. ft. 56,100 sq. m. SERVICES

Landscape Architecture, Master Planning, Architecture, Interior Design, Lighting Design, Structural Engineering AWA R D S

2014 Merit Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, Central States

Located on a 6.5-acre, two-block tract, the fourstory headquarters shows the possibilities that can come with redeveloping an urban brownfield site. The design celebrates the natural beauty and resources of the Iowa landscape while incorporating basic sustainability principles and promoting employee wellness. Sustainable strategies are projected to save more than 30 percent in energy costs and reduce Wellmark’s overall water use by 58 percent. Combined with low-flow water fixtures, a 60,000-gallon cistern system helps save 1.5 million gallons of potable water each year. Among the largest graywater systems in the US, it reclaims rainwater from roof drains, ground water from a subsoil drainage system and condensation from mechanical equipment before sending it to toilets and urinals. Other green features include an under-floor air distribution system, site habitat protection and a construction strategy that diverted more than 2.5 million pounds of waste away from the landfill. A fitness center/gym, a cafeteria providing healthconscious choices, ergonomic workstations and natural light help keep Wellmark’s people healthy. The project supports the revitalization of downtown Des Moines through increased pedestrian activity.

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center


Memorial Park L O C AT I O N

Los Angeles / West Hollywood, California SIZE

1,500 sq. ft. 140 sq. m. SERVICES

Landscape Architecture, Master Planning AWA R D S

2012 Los Angeles Business Council Award of Excellence, Campus Beautification Transformation 2011 Merit Award, American Society of Landscape Architecture, St. Louis Chapter

... a living memorial seemed a fitting tribute... Surrounded by the bustling city of West Hollywood, Levine Park offers a serene resting spot for patrons and local pedestrians. Cedars-Sinai is reimagining its campus by combining native, soft vegetation and modern, contemporary lines and hardscape. This project has established a visual identity that can be translated across the campus. The park is located at a very visible front door to the campus. The plan creates dynamic lines that invite pedestrians from the sidewalk and onto the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center campus. To create a vibrant, yet peaceful experience, the design weaves together strong urban design features with a soft and native plant palette. The result is an amenity that responds to the economic, social and natural context of the place. The park includes a seatwall, several planters, and a hedge and fence that encircle the cancer center parking lot. Native vegetation is carefully used in a sculptural and contemporary manner. When this plant palette is paired with finely finished concrete, stainless steel and warm woods, the result is modern, yet inviting.

535 Mission Street


Office Tower L O C AT I O N

San Francisco, California SIZE

354,000 sq. ft. 32,900 sq. m. SERVICES

Landscape Architecture, Architecture, Interior Design

The slender urban form of this Class A office tower will transform the South of Market (SoMa) district of San Francisco. As one of the first LEED Core and Shell Gold office towers in San Francisco, the building’s advanced mechanical systems, high-performance skin and water use efficiencies promotes sustainability, occupant comfort and productivity. The facade features high-performance glass that integrates with indoor controls to enhance its energy and light transmission performance. The project provides provide 3,700 square feet of ground-floor retail space to serve building occupants, visitors and city residents. The doubleheight lobby includes publicly accessible open space that flows into the covered outdoor plaza, featuring flexible seating and generous landscaping. The addition of new trees and a continuous band of planting along Shaw Alley softens the streetscape and enhances the pedestrian environment linking the building to the adjacent Transbay Terminal. To expand the public open space, Shaw Alley is closed to vehicular traffic. New concrete unit paving in the alley adds pedestrian scale and texture, establishing continuity with the interior pavement of the lobby.

18 Broadway


Sustainable Infrastructure/ Urban Infill L O C AT I O N

Kansas City, Missouri SIZE

60,984 sq. ft. 5,666 sq. m. SERVICES

Landscape Architecture, Master Planning, Sustainable Consulting, Graphics AWA R D S

Urban Land Institute, Development of Distinction Award Winner; American Society of Landscape Architecture, Central States Honor Award; Prairie Gateway Chapter of American Society of Landscape Architecture Honor Award

While the site has long-term potential for mixed-use development, property owner DST Systems wanted to find ideas for a productive and beautiful use of the transitional land. HOK developed a showcase of scalable, integrated ideas about stormwater best management practices, urban agriculture, renewable energy and public space. The stormwater capture and biofiltration system collects, cleans and stores up to 89,000 gallons of stormwater at a time, reducing the impact on Kansas City’s aging combined sanitary-storm sewer system. This system redirects water to an underground cistern storage system, where it is UV-treated. A pervious site perimeter captures stormwater runoff from adjacent streets and roofs, filters it through bioswales and stores it on site for irrigation use. Designed as a net-zero power site, grid-tied photovoltaic solar panels offset pump power used to irrigate the site’s extensive gardens. A low-velocity wind turbine supplies power to the perimeter LED pedestrian site lighting. The site now include rain gardens, container bed and other demonstration gardening, an orchard, and more than 100 high-production raised vegetable beds. Tended by local business volunteers, including many of HOK’s Kansas City staff, the gardens have produced an average of more than 3 tons annually. All produce grown on the site is donated to a local food bank. Often visited and toured by state, municipal, and community parties, the project serves as a model for public-private partnerships in sustainable developments.

700 Market Street


Streetscape Entry Plaza + Roof Terrace L O C AT I O N

St. Louis, Missouri SIZE

Streetscape - 18,750 sq. ft. Entry Plaza - 24,000 sq. ft. East Courtyard - 4,200 sq. ft. Roof Terrace – 18,000 sq. ft. SERVICES

Landscape Architecture, Lighting Design, Core and Shell Architecture, Structural Engineering AWA R D S

2015 Quality Concrete Award, Concrete Council and American Steel Fabrication 2015 Development of the Year Award: The City of St. Louis, the Mayor of St. Louis and SLDC (St. Louis Development Corporation)

Philip Johnson was one of the key architects of the modernist movement. His buildings traditionally land in a clean, flat plane where building and site can purely meet. At the historic structure at 700 Market Street, this was a vision never realized as the site was not developed and the grade dramatically sloped across the site. As this building re-enters occupation and the needs have changed for the future occupants, the site has been reworked to incorporate a grand flight of stairs, creating a formal entry and mitigating the grade issues. Immaculately detailed in concrete and simple forms, the entry plaza honors the simple vision of the Philip Johnson building and accommodates the needs of the city and visitors. A more private space, the East Courtyard, is tucked into the grade of the site and allows for small, intimate meeting areas on the east side of the building. This space features a lush backdrop to the city and provides a separation between building users and the public realm. The most private of the spaces is the grand Roof Terrace on top of the third floor of the building. This space provides building occupants sweeping views of the arch and the city skyline while being viewed from the upper floors of the building. Incorporating stormwater mitigating tray plantings, raised planting beds, furnishings, and dynamic lighting, this space features a fitness path, a programmable lawn panel, and a large, paved event space suitable for corporate or civic functions.

Central + Wolfe Campus

4 L E E D - N C P L AT I N U M

(anticipated) PROJEC T T Y PE

Technology Campus Master Plan L O C AT I O N

Sunnyvale, California SIZE

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

Master Planning, Landscape Architecture, Entitlements, Conceptual Architectural and Interior Design, Sustainable Strategies

The 18-acre site offers tremendous opportunities for a ‘headquarters’ style campus that will meet the needs of the most progressive and innovative hightech clients. HOK was commissioned to prepare a site master plan and conceptual design studies for a technology campus in Silicon Valley. The approximate 18acre site offers tremendous opportunities for a headquarters-style campus that will meet the needs of the most progressive and innovative high-tech clients. The project aspires to provide enhanced sustainable development and targets significant reductions in power and water utilization. The integrated campus will be highly connected in a manner well suited for a single tenant that requires multi-building occupancy. The relationships between buildings and open space are inspired by the dynamic relationship of converging biomes in the Santa Clara Valley. Each of the three four-story office buildings will feature an internal courtyard designed for year-round use with pedestrian pathways connecting all facilities and outdoor spaces. A two-story, standalone amenity building features cafés, banking, athletic courts, retail and restaurants. The central quad features an open plaza, detailed landscaping, public art, a 500-person sunken amphitheater, a large dining terrace, outdoor pavilions and café chairs and tables. Conveniently located between the Lawrence and Sunnyvale Caltrain stations, auto courts and a designated shuttle depot provide pedestrian dropoff areas. Once they arrive, employees can navigate all areas of the campus internally without accessing city streets.

Urban Design

Urban Design Successful urban communities are more than a response to the basic requirements of food, shelter and security. We focus on the spaces in between the buildings to harmonize architecture, infrastructure and open space. This creates urban experiences that support our social and physical needs.

Xiamen Tong’an


New Town Urban Design L O C AT I O N

Xiamen, China SIZE

1,015 acres 411 hectares SERVICES

Master Planning

The scheme organizes a new destination resort and leisure-oriented development on Bingzhou Island while preserving and upgrading existing towns. The 5-kilometer-long Bingzhou Island lies at the confluence of three rivers and Dongan Bay in the northeast of Xiamen. HOK’s team analyzed the island ecosystem structure that handles fresh water flows from the three rivers and tidal sea water from the bay. The resolution proposes a barrier island, sand dunes and tidal marshes to stabilize the edges using diverse technical engineering and ecologically proven methods. The Xiamen Tong’an New Town Bingzhou Island Urban Design plan integrates existing communities to create a comprehensive blueprint for the entire island. A monorail system, attractive waterfront, and rich ecological and cultural resources will help make the island a unique tourist destination in Xiamen Bay.

Wujiang Golden Harbor


Eco-Tourist Resort L O C AT I O N

Wujiang, Suzhou Province, China SIZE

222 acres 90 hectares SERVICES

Master Planning, Architecture, Landscape Architecture

“Even though everything is the work of man,” Ji Cheng wrote in The Craft of Gardens in 1631, “it must appear to have been created by heaven.” This statement inspired the design of this project in Suzhou, home of many classical Chinese gardens. The design starts with the traditional Chinese methodology of using water to infuse the garden with life, hills to establish environmental framework, paths to connect different experiences and buildings to create diverse spaces. A central lake acts as the primary element that organically organizes all development parcels. The north shoreline is urban and supports more activities, while the south shoreline is natural and quiet, providing more privacy. There are three themed areas within the master plan: the harbor area to the southwest, including a marina, yacht club and yacht hotel; the hill area to the east, with a water sports park, dry ski slope and visitor center; and a delta area to the south, with a family hotel and corporate club. Following the spirit of the traditional Chinese garden, the planning framework is carefully scaled to provide intimate spaces and diverse visitor experiences while promoting interaction between people and the water.

Wuhan Han Zhen Street


Urban Renewal L O C AT I O N

Wuhan, China SIZE

865 acres 350 hectares SERVICES

Conceptual Master Planning

“It is truly a great collaboration with HOK and we look forward to work with you on future projects. You have impressed us not only by the eye-catching design solution that addressed the issues out of the complicated context, but also your professionalism and enthusiasm during the process.� - Wuhan Planning and Design Institute In March 2011, with the special invitation from WuHan Planning Institute and President Yu Ding Yi, HOK began collaborating with the WuHan Planning Institute to investigate the transformation of the historical commercial HanZheng Street. The project creates a Tourism Business District, which fully utilizes the rich, local, cultural and historical resources of HanZheng Street, developed in conjunction with the WuHan Planning Institute. The HOK team proposed a comprehensive urban strategy that emphasizes preservation as well as urban transformation as a way forward to increase the commercial value while providing a dynamic experience to the conclusion of this 3 km historic shopping street as it reaches the confluence of the Hanshui and Yangtze rivers.

Dubai International Financial Centre


Financial Trading Center L O C AT I O N

Dubai, United Arab Emirates SIZE

25 acres 10 hectares SERVICES

Master Planning, Design Guidelines, Urban Design

Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) is a development concept based on the principle that Dubai will become the primary financial trading centre in the Region, bridging a gap in major stock market locations between Singapore and Europe. Implementation of the development concept has meant a change in financial regulations for businesses located in DIFC. The businesses that choose to locate in the DIFC development will be functioning within a “duty free zone�. HOK was engaged to develop the master plan and to prepare urban design guidelines for implementation of the master plan. The full development will consist of 22 plots of land on a 48 hectare land area. The master planning process was particularly complex because while DIFC is being built by several different developers, it is also planned as an integrated development with zero lot-line podiums, shared servicing routes, and continuous concourse level retailing, landscaping and linkages. There are many other aspects of the development that function on a shared basis meaning that integration and coordination are essential aspects of the design and development process.

Lusail Commercial Boulevard


Mixed-Use Development L O C AT I O N

Lusail, Qatar SIZE

37 acres 15 hectares (Public Realm) SERVICES

Master Planning, Landscape Design, Architecture, Product Design, Signage and Wayfinding AWA R D

2015 Middle East Consultant Awards Urban Design and Landscaping Company of the Year

Lusail, a new city north of Doha, will include a large mixed-use development with a commercial boulevard at its heart. The commercial boulevard is intended to be the main gateway to Lusail City. Its role as a grand shopping avenue is designed as the premier retail street in the Gulf and will be a major feature of Lusail. Its design inspiration comes from the Paris Champs Elysees and is intended to include luxury boutiques, flagship stores, corporate offices and top quality residential apartments. The design approach recognizes key buildings and sites that can positively influence the overall perception of the Boulevard. Three specific design objectives were developed for the public realm of the Lusail Boulevard. First, the importance of Qatari culture to create local distinctiveness; second, the introduction of innovative urban design practices from our global experience to make an attractive public realm; and third the need to create a place that is comfortable for pedestrians. The project encompasses seven unique zones, each having their own character and identity; The Commercial Boulevard, Local Streets, A3 Road, D3 Road, Stations Plaza, Linear Parks, and a Gateway.

1601 Wewatta


Outdoor Plaza L O C AT I O N

Denver, Colorado SIZE

1 acre .5 hectares SERVICES

Landscape Architecture, Urban Design

The project site is just northwest of Union Station in Denver Colorado and is part of the Commons Neighborhood development. The 1601 Wewatta block is a terminus of the axis and intersection created by Wewatta Street as it bends north and intersects with 16th Street. The site acts as a gateway into the neighborhood. The overall design creates three-dimensional architectural character, is elegant and simple, enhances the urban neighborhood experience with the outdoor plaza, activates the pedestrian experience with ground level retail space, and has an architectural vocabulary that is informed by sustainable principles and by an understanding of urban architectural characteristics.


Mixed-Use Development


Study Master Plan Competition L O C AT I O N

Houston, Texas SIZE

12 acres 4 hectares SERVICES

Master Planning, Urban Design

HOK was selected to participate in a design competition for a 12 acre property in the heart of Houston. Developers envision this site becoming an area where people live, work, eat, shop, learn and play. An office building, condos, apartments, senior living, a school, shopping and public green space are components of the program. HOK’s mixed-use design solution provides public and private open space in a variety of locations within the site. Both parking and services are provided underground. Green space is woven throughout the project site on the ground plane and podium from the center of the project site to the edge of the bayou. Towers emerge from the podiums to create a broader conversation and connection with the Medical Center and Downtown. The benefits of the project are: •

A connection to the bayou

Amenities in the adjacent medical district

Viable urban-density residential options for seniors, young people and families near major employment centers within the city

Xiamen Cross Strait Financial Center


Financial District Urban Design Guidelines L O C AT I O N

Xiamen, China SIZE

197 acres 80 hectares SERVICES

Master Planning, Urban Design

Based on HOK’s successful master plan of the 21km2 new financial district, the City of Xiamen invited HOK to undertake the urban design and detail design guidelines for the 80 hectare core area of the new district. The urban design scheme highlights three overarching themes: • Financial Core – a highly densified mixed use core area, directly above the planned subway station, that will house banks, investment institutions, in addition to retail, hotel and service apartments. • Financial Avenue – 1 North-South street that connects 21km2 financial district. • Financial Shoreline – a dynamic skyline will be created along the sea shore facing the rising sun in the East. Following the completion of the urban design, HOK completed full parcel by parcel guidelines for the 80 ha core area. These parcel guidelines enabled the City of Xiamen to auction the land with the proper density, programmatic requirements, urban form and setback restrictions.

Tunney’s Pasture


Public Transit Site Redevelopment L O C AT I O N

Ottawa, Canada SIZE

121 acres 49 hectares SERVICES

Master Planning, Urban Design, Landscape Architecture AWA R D S

2015 Canadian Institute of Planners Award for Planning Excellence in Urban Design, Merit; 2015 Ontario Professional Planners Institute Award for Planning Excellence in the Urban/Community Design; 2015 Real Property (RP) Award for Best Practices – Comprehensive Planning

Tunney’s Pasture is a major Federal Government employment centre located in Canada’s National Capital Region, approximately 3km west of Parliament Hill. The existing 49 hectare site is comprised of nineteen buildings, planned and constructed between the 1950s-1970s, which house various federal departments including Health Canada, Statistics Canada, National Defense, and Library & Archives Canada. A Federal Government initiative to modernize its workplaces for the 21st Century, called ‘Workplace 2.0’, and the City of Ottawa’s plans to develop a Light Rail Transit station at Tunney’s Pasture, both acted as catalysts to develop a strategic long-term plan for the site. In collaboration with Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC), as well as key stakeholders, both on site and in the community, HOK prepared guiding principles to direct the development of a master plan. The team created two initial development concepts and regularly engaged stakeholders and the Public to acquire feedback and direction. Following this process, the team synthesized the feedback into a preferred option. The resulting Tunney’s Pasture Master Plan creates an environment that effectively responds to an existing urban fabric, adapts to longterm market conditions, provides development flexibility and creates an intensified, active, and mixed-use transit-oriented community. The plan accommodates increased density through the creation of an improved network of complete streets and open spaces, the provision of a wide mix of transit-oriented uses and building types, and other sustainable development strategies. The plan’s implementation strategies for catalytic development also create a flexible framework for PWGSC to develop the site over the next 25 years.

Imperial Market


Commercial Retail / Redevelopment L O C AT I O N

Sugar Land, Texas SIZE

25 acres 10 hectares SERVICES

Master Planning, Architecture, Landscape Architecture

Imperial Market is a mixed-use, walkable redevelopment of the historic Imperial Sugar refinery located in Sugar Land, Texas. The master plan establishes a clear pedestrian and vehicular network focused on the core of the district which includes retail, cultural, hotel and office uses framing the central park and plaza. The district will have an active public realm that enlivens the street life and capitalizes on the existing historic structures. The historic buildings will be renovated to accommodate a variety of uses, including: • Char House remains a primary focal point of the district’s skyline and will become a boutique hotel with 125 rooms and rooftop terrace; • Three bay warehouse, centrally located at the heart of the district, will accommodate retail uses and will anchor the central open space; • Container warehouse will be retrofitted to house a new children’s museum and heritage museum. A high quality pedestrian experience and the design of the public realm is critically important to the success of Imperial Market. HOK has planned for a variety of open spaces to deliver a range of places for people to interact with the outdoors. Major public open spaces include: • Central public plaza – a flexible park/plaza anchoring the heart of Imperial Market; • Pedestrian promenade – a shaded passageway connecting the public plaza to the theater; • Splash fountain – an interactive element activating the plaza adjacent to the children’s museum; • Linear greenway and pocket parks – a passive landscape engaging the edge of Oyster Creek; • Streetscape – generous sidewalks with trees, signage and lighting allowing comfortable pedestrian experiences; and, • Outdoor dining areas – custom spaces bridging outdoor and indoor activities.

LG Science Park


(anticpated for Integrated Support Center) PROJEC T T Y PE

Research Campus L O C AT I O N

Seoul, Korea SIZE

33 acres 13 hectares SERVICES

Master Planning, Urban Design, Architecture, Interior Design, Laboratory Planning, Landscape Architecture

The LG Science Park research campus in Seoul’s Magok district consolidates staff from six different LG affiliates. This landscaped urban site provides facilities supporting innovative research and industrial prototyping. The heart of the campus is formed from two intersecting linear parks which connect the site to surrounding parks, streets and public transport. This heavily planted public space becomes the gathering place for the component elements of the campus. Intersecting the parks at the heart of the campus is an Integrated Support Center (ISC) designed for LEED Platinum certification. Each LG affiliate has its own main entrance and lobby while sharing a common drop-off area. Building elevations are framed with stone and infilled with glass and stainless steel panels, creating a varied family of facade treatments that provide views to the parks and control solar gain. In the lower ground level, under the linear park, a dining facility links affiliate buildings and shared facilities. A three-level basement provides a connecting service corridor, support spaces, a central utility plant and parking for 4,200 cars. Among the Science Park’s sustainable design strategies are use of a distinctive bronze anodized facade and innovative technologies such as algae panels and footfall harvesting to generate power. Flat roof surfaces accommodate photovoltaic panels and vegetated roofs. Ground-source heat pumps provide heating and cooling in electronics dry labs.

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HOK Master Planning, Landscape Architecture + Urban Design  

An overview of HOK’s master planning, landscape architecture and urban design expertise.

HOK Master Planning, Landscape Architecture + Urban Design  

An overview of HOK’s master planning, landscape architecture and urban design expertise.