Tishman Speyer is a leading owner, developer and operator of first-class real estate around the world. Founded in 1978, the company builds and manages office, residential and retail space in 29 key global markets for industry-leading tenants. The firm has acquired, developed and operated a portfolio of approximately 166 million square feet with a total value of approximately US $87 billion spread over 403 assets.
Signature properties include Rockefeller Center, 520 Madison, The JACX, and 200 Park in New York City, Torre Norte in Sao Paulo, The Springs in Shanghai, Lumber in Paris, and Opernturm in Frankfurt.
Shimoda Design Group is a multi-discipline studio that seeks to bring quality design, innovation and technical excellence in projects of every scale. Founded in 2000 by Joey Shimoda, the company has since grown to a core staff of 17 with the ability to assemble an optimum team of design professionals according to each client’s needs. The team includes planners, landscape architects, graphic designers, lighting consultants and marketing professionals. Currently, the firm has ongoing projects in Brooklyn, Beverly Hills and Los Angeles.
HMWhite was founded in 1992 on the belief that the designed landscape is one of the most powerful forms of cultural expression. The company prides itself on creating high performance, multi-functioning landscapes rooted in the dynamic needs of the site and the people who interact with it. The company’s designs respond to a site’s history and environmental fundamentals while also fulfilling programmatic and architectural goals with innovation and beauty. Each intervention fuses the dynamic elements of the natural world with cultural, social and political forces that influence and foster social interaction.
Perkins Eastman is a globally-based design firm founded on the belief that design can have a direct and positive impact on people’s lives. The firm’s award-winning practice draws on its 1,000 professionals seamlessly networked across 15 offices worldwide. Perkins Eastman believes that design is both art and science—analysis combined with ingenuity. Truly creative solutions are found when one questions assumptions and challenges the status quo, building the spaces where innovation meets the imagination. By keeping the user’s needs foremost in the design process, the firm sets out to enhance the human experience in the places where people live, work, play, innovate and learn, age, and heal.