Posts Tagged ‘Architectural Record’
July 3rd, 2012
Architectural Record has a well-organized table listing US-based architecture firms in order of their revenue from architectural services in 2011. As the table shows, LA’s architecture industry did quite well, relatively speaking, in a brutal market. Read the full article, AECOM and Gensler Duke It Out For Top Architecture Earnings, from Curbed LA.
June 27th, 2012
This week Architectural Record published its “Top 250 Architecture Firms” list. HMC ranked #24 with nearly $88 million in 2011 design revenue. Overall, this year’s survey points to industry growth. Collectively, the 250 firms earned $10.4 billion in revenue in 2011, up from $9.4 billion in 2010. Domestic income rose from $7.6 to $8.2 billion; international income, from $1.8 to $2.2 billion.
January 4th, 2012
August 1st, 2011
U.S.-based HMC Architects in collaboration with the Shunde Architectural Design Institute (SDADI) has designed a 223,000-square-meter medical complex for a 13.4-hectare site in the Shunde district, outside the city of Foshan, China. Read the full story from Arch Record.
June 29th, 2011
HMC ranked #21 in Arch Record’s Top 250 Firms, continue reading to see who else made the list.
June 21st, 2011
By Keith Blaine
The Los Angeles studio is excited to participate again this year in Arch Record’s Cocktail Napkin Sketch Contest. To brush up on our sketching abilities, we performed a collective exercise to demonstrate everyone’s different sketching techniques. We took an image of the Walt Disney Concert Hall, cut the image up into 20 small squares, and gave everyone a square to sketch onto a 5×5 napkin. The exercise resulted in an intriguing and eye catching sketch.
June 21st, 2010
We think so. And so does Architectural Record magazine, who is having a Cocktail Napkin Sketch Contest to prove that sketching still matters. HMC’s Ontario and Los Angeles offices participated in the spontaneous sketching contest. Each sketcher entered up to 6 sketches that explain or workout a concept, which will be judged by Architectural Record editors. Winners will be published in the August 2010 issue.