It’s nice to be wanted. In fact, by 1991, demand for HHCP’s specialized design services outside of the United States had grown so dramatically, we decided to create HHCP Design International. Smart move. In the years since its formation, HHCP Design International has worked on projects in over 30 countries around the world. We’ve provided not just our creative expertise and proven design methods—we’ve also contributed our global perspective on the latest trends, techniques and ideas for progressive development solutions. By bringing our special brand of insight and professional leadership to each project, we achieve a design balance that consistently adds up to international success. So what more could you want?



There’s just no substitute for teamwork. That’s why HHCP Design International always conducts its planning and design services in close collaboration with local registered architects and engineers from the project’s host country or region. This cooperative design process means our clients get more than HHCP’s world-class planning and design leadership; they also benefit from the expertise of our local partners, including detail design professionals, engineering services, construction practices and building regulation specialists, and cost control experts. Through this enlightened arrangement, all the members of the team can focus on doing what they do best in a mutually supportive effort. The result: a successful design and construction outcome with the best possible value/fee ratio.



The HHCP Design International team knows that creative solutions begin with a keen  understanding of a project’s opportunities and constraints. Our designers can then put their imaginations into overdrive in order to make the most of those opportunities.


The mission of defining the project begins well before the architectural design commences, thus giving the project a solid conceptual foundation. This exploratory process includes the following services:


•  Visionary Ideation: Explore, identify and define the intent, content, and desired  result of the project in the form of written description

•  Conceptual Master Plan: Determine the overall land use and organizational function of the site regardless of size; understand the mass and voids of the built environment.

•  Schematic Design: Define the architectural scheme in terms of form, function, and style.


The process is carried out with a clear and constant recognition of who will be living, working, and playing within the finished project and how to make their experiences as rewarding and  meaningful as possible.


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