Internationally-recognized lighting design studio, HLB, opens Boston office. With thriving offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York, Horton Lees Brogden Lighting Design has, yet again, expanded its practice with a new office in Boston, MA. Associate Principal Carrie Knowlton Hawley will spearhead HLB's New England presence, as manager of the firm's newest location.
With the addition of this fourth office, HLB Lighting Design will further extend its reach into the field of architectural lighting, offering its services to the ever-growing and expanding Boston and New England market.
"Boston represents, for us, the next logical step in our firm's evolution," said Senior Principal and President Barbara Cianci Horton. "While we have maintained a presence in the area for years, we are delighted to finally be hanging up our own shingle," she continued.
Horton Lees Brogden Lighting Design's new Boston office will be located at the Cambridge Innovation Center:
One Broadway, 14th Floor
Cambridge, MA 02142
Recent local HLB Lighting projects, include the Kendall Square Biotech Laboratory Building A in Cambridge (designed by Steven Ehrlich Architects), The Williams College '62 Center for Theatre & Dance (designed by William Rawn Associates) in Williamstown, MA, and the Seaport Hotel in Boston (designed by BBG-BBGM).
"I am thrilled to be taking on the challenge of leading our new Boston design studio as we continue to dig in our heels in this exciting market," said Associate Principal Carrie Knowlton Hawley.
As one of the nation's largest independent lighting design firms, HLB has continually grown and expanded its practice according to the needs of its clients and the ever-changing marketplace. With the addition of its fourth office in Boston, the firm has never been better poised to continue delivering innovative solutions, challenging standards and proving itself a leader in the field of architectural lighting design.