How Getting Lost Changed the Way I Think about Public Transportation

March 23, 2015

  A travel blog by: Angelica Rockquemore On a recent trip to Japan, while navigating Tokyo Station to meet up with a friend, I found myself completely and utterly lost. Thinking back to this day, I realize this moment of getting lost and serendipitously stumbling upon the Yaesu terminal of Tokyo Station was exactly what […]

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Secrets from a native Hawaiian Garden – The IBM Building Landscape

July 28, 2014

By: Richard Quinn Although small in size, the native Hawaiian garden at the IBM building, designed by HHF Planners, represents an important demonstration of the incorporation of a native ecosystem approach to the design and installation of an urban native Hawaiian landscape. Until very recently, the existing landscapes of Waikīkī and urban Honolulu suffered from […]

IBM Building Landscape

June 19, 2014

HHF Planners (HHF) helped develop the landscape treatment for the renovation of the historic IBM Building located in Honolulu, under the direction of landscape architects, Surface Design Inc. The iconic building with its distinctive grille facade was designed by famed local architect Vladimir Ossipoff in 1962 and is currently owned by The Howard Hughes Corporation […]