Creative Media

2015 NY Design Awards Gold Winner YouTube Space NY & Google BrandLab

Six floors above Manhattan’s Chelsea Market—and encompassing approximately 20,000 sf, including a mezzanine—two highly innovative groups share resources and cultivate synergies. YouTube Space NY houses professional-grade production and support spaces/equipment for emerging and established online content “creators.” 

2015 NY Design Awards Gold Winner YouTube Space NY & Google BrandLab

Featured HLW Project: Post Office Ltd. London Office

Post Office Ltd. is a retail post office company in the United Kingdom that provides a wide range of postage, insurance and banking products through a national network of branch facilities. HLW helped with our client’s move from 148 Old Street to Finsbury Dials in London by providing comprehensive workplace consultancy and design services.

Featured HLW Project: Post Office Ltd. London Office

Youthful Interior Design Solutions

PRS for Music’s new London offices, one a relocation to Kings Cross and the other a heavy refurbishment of their Streatham space, have been featured in Contract magazine. The article is included in the Creative Workspaces section, illustrating how workplaces for creative entities are reaching a new degree of sophistication, while according to the author “mirroring” the young, creative vibe of those working in the space.

Youthful Interior Design Solutions

Designer Q&A: The Repositioning of Santa Monica’s Water Garden Office Park

HLW writer Colette Taber sat down with Senior Technical Designer Erin Gallagher to talk about her work on The Water Garden project in Santa Monica, California. Erin played a key role in developing the concept behind the transformation of the 17-acre site into an office environment appealing to the creative media tenant market. The corporate office park re-design involved reimagining how to reposition and use the site’s many public spaces and amenities, both inside and outside, including a large artificial lake situated in the interior portion of the large campus.

Designer Q&A: The Repositioning of Santa Monica’s Water Garden Office Park