Inside Facades+ DC: The Projects, Trends, and Voices

February 10, 2020

Architecture in Washington, DC is easily overlooked, often distilled to a vision of concrete and conservatism or disregarded as unimaginative. But architects in the city…

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Robert L. Holzbach Begins Term as 2020 President of the AIA|DC

January 28, 2020

We are pleased to announce Robert L. Holzbach, AIA, LEED AP, our Principal and Director of Staff Operations, has begun his term as the 2020 President…

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Hickok Cole Celebrates MLK Gateway Groundbreaking with Menkiti Group and Mayor Bowser

January 16, 2020

On January 8, 2020, Hickok Cole, the Menkiti Group, and Enlightened Inc. were joined by Mayor Muriel Bowser and city officials to celebrate the official groundbreaking of…

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Hickok Cole’s Top 19 Moments of 2019

December 31, 2019

2019 was a great year for our staff, our projects and our firm. We put our research into action, saw many of our designs finally…

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Workplace Interior Practice Positioned for Success with New Leadership

November 11, 2019

Hickok Cole Positions Workplace Interiors Practice for Continued Success with Appointment of New Leadership Melissa Brewer joins Hickok Cole’s Amy Shavelson to lead the department…

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Principal Leadership Announcement

November 5, 2019

Hickok Cole Announces Additions to Principal Leadership Group & 2019 Promotions Robert Holzbach and Jessica Zullo will serve as Principal and Associate Principal, respectively. WASHINGTON,…

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30-acre project with rowhomes, apartments, planned for waterfront

July 8, 2019

CURBED PHILADELPHIA–Nearly 1,100 new homes, including apartments and rowhouses, are coming to a currently vacant 30-acre site on the Delaware River. The project, which just…

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Arts on the Block happy hour

Arts on the Block Building Community Happy Hour

April 1, 2019

On March 20th, Hickok Cole hosted a Building Community happy hour to introduce the Arts on the Block studio design to our industry partners. The…

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Spy Museum will go beyond espionage at its new home in L’Enfant

WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL–The name isn’t changing, but when International Spy Museum opens in its shiny new home in May, it’s going to be about a lot…

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The work of reducing carbon emissions from buildings has begun.

March 22, 2019

VOX–The Green New Deal aims to get buildings off fossil fuels. These 6 places have already started. The nation’s capitol has taken some incredibly ambitious…

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