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May 23, 2022

Improving the health and wellness of the Massachusetts community and beyond!

In collaboration with ZGF Architects, we visualized the future of the UMass Chan Medical School. This 350,000 sq. ft LEED Gold certified state-of-the-art biomedical research building hopes to attract health professionals and researchers across the world. Excited to be part of a project where commitment to sustainability includes Net Zero energy and
April 21, 2022

A new interim housing facility transcends the stigma of homelessness.

Helping the Los Angeles community get back on their feet. Working alongside HED, Shimahara Visual volunteered their efforts to create renderings for the now built Angeles House. This project, run by the Union Rescue Mission – Los Angeles, aims to provide interim family housing and support services for parents and
April 1, 2022

Late 90s office complex in El Segundo getting a facelift

A 1990’s office complex in El Segundo enhances their space! Described as “transformative repositioning,” Bay Area real estate firm SteelWave has enlisted HLW to design and revitalize the exterior and common areas of the property. Office-goers will also be able to enjoy a new 7,000 square foot backyard, a gym,
April 1, 2022

Colburn School unveils new look for Frank Gehry designed expansion

Continuing their commitment to academic excellence and accessibility in the Performing Arts, The Colburn School plans to expand their campus in Downtown Los Angeles. Entrusting the artistic vision to famed architect Frank Gehry, the new additions will include a concert hall, several dance studios, and a theater. Though construction does
March 4, 2022

New headquarters for CISA is underway in Washington DC’s historic St. Elizabeth’s West Campus!

Through the collaborative efforts of ZGF Architects and Shimahara Visual, a new headquarters for CISA is underway in Washington DC’s historic St. Elizabeth’s West Campus! Integrating the old and the new, this project thoughtfully incorporates the historic character and landscape of the area alongside the 1.4 million square feet of

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