Architects who embrace this intriguing and dynamic technology now will be better equipped to design the most efficient buildings of the future.
HMC Architects | Jul 30, 2019
With the rapid evolution of available technologies, and the integration of them into the profession, the role of an architect is changing faster than it ever has before.
HMC Architects | Mar 6, 2019
Safeguarding sensitive data is top of mind for healthcare administrators across the country, and, due to the malicious intents of hackers, their security efforts are never-ending.
HMC Architects | Jan 22, 2019
A dynamic learning space needs to center around the learner, and be flexible enough to transform into any configuration that will facilitate collaboration, especially as curriculums change.
HMC Architects | Aug 24, 2018
Before you incorporate active design into your college campus, you need to understand exactly what doing so entails.
HMC Architects | Jul 11, 2018
Would instruction be more effective if students spent less time passively listening to lectures and more time actively learning through activities, discussions, and group work?
HMC Architects | May 16, 2018
Is sustainability a model that our culture should adopt and promote knowing that the bucket will one day be empty?
HMC Architects | Apr 20, 2018
Released in February 2016, the latest standards of the United States Pharmacopeia’s Chapter 800 Pharmaceutical Compounding—Sterile Preparations builds on earlier regulations set forth by USP 797.
HMC Architects | Mar 30, 2018
How can we balance the need for additional security with design principles that foster a more nurturing next-generation learning environment for students?
HMC Architects | Nov 9, 2017
Being fully immersed into a space allows both architects and non-architects to understand and experience a project’s size, scale, scope, and learning environment.
HMC Architects | Aug 8, 2017
Studies indicate that the longer a student remains on campus—and in an academic mindset—the greater their chance for academic growth and success.
HMC Architects | Apr 7, 2017
With California’s increasingly busy—and costly—construction market, it’s becoming more difficult to predict costs with a typical design-bid-build delivery method.