Design Principal Emeritus,
HOK International Limited, London
Larry Malcic established HOK’s London practice and for 30 years provided design direction for a diverse range of civic, cultural, commercial, corporate and academic buildings. Larry has a celebrated legacy of projects in the UK, the Middle East, Asia and North America, where he is lead representative for the rehabilitation and expansion of the Canadian Parliament Building in Ottawa.
He has delivered multiple award-winning projects in London for clients including Canary Wharf, Grosvenor, Skanska and the British Museum. Under his leadership, the practice restored and refurbished major government buildings like the Ministry of Defence Main Building, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and 22-26 Whitehall for the Cabinet Office. Work in continental Europe includes waterfront master plans for Amsterdam and Rotterdam; and corporate buildings for NCR Corporation, Cisco Systems, and Dexia Bank. In Seoul, he recently saw completion of the one million square metre LG Research Park.
He has held academic and administrative appointments including Assistant Dean for Planning and Development in the Olin School of Business, Washington University, and Visiting Lecturer in Architecture at the University of Texas. Larry holds a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Design and a Master in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania, and he regularly speaks at universities and conferences in Europe, Asia and the Middle East.