Category


Cultural/Civic

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House Estate

HHL Architects has been working with the Martin House Restoration Corporation (MHRC) for 20+ years. Work began in 1992 when the Corporation was formed with the mission to restore and manage Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House, and HHL began the reconstruction of the complex to its original condition. This resulted in a multi-year search for..

Westminster Presbyterian Church

Westminster Presbyterian Church

HHL Architects has worked on several projects at Westminster Presbyterian Church, beginning with a space study to assess the utilization of space within the sanctuary/parish hall building as well as the detached former carriage house, now used as an Early Childhood School. Three scenarios were tested which created a new entry point as well as..

Canalside Interpretive Structures: Longshed Building

    The Erie Canal Harbor Development Corporation engaged HHL Architects to design new “interpretive” structures along the edges of the Erie Canal’s historic Commercial Slip at Canalside, located along the northern edge of the Buffalo River in Downtown Buffalo. The project entails the creation of two new buildings to include public toilets and other..


Waterfront Performing Arts Facility

HHL Architects was engaged by the City of Buffalo for the design of an open-air facility at LaSalle Park as a part of Buffalo’s waterfront development to house the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, various dance companies and other related performing arts groups during the summer season. Back-of-house performance spaces include dressing rooms and restrooms. The open-air..

Upper West Side Arts Center

The Upper West Side Arts Center is envisioned as a community, multi-purpose arts center. The Center incorporates musical productions, black box theater productions, rehearsal space and artists’ studios in a single facility. Once functioning as a Presbyterian Church, the building was renovated to accommodate the vision of the arts center. HHL Architects’ sensitive design provides..

Unitarian Universalist Church

HHL Architects was engaged to design a new accessible entrance and lift for the Unitarian Universalist Church. The new entrance vestibule allows access to the Fellowship Hall from street level through a newly designed garden walk. Since the Church and Fellowship Hall are identical in architectural style, HHL created a new entry piece that compliments..

St. Paul’s Cathedral Church Parish House

HHL developed a feasibility study for the conversion of the1890 St. Paul’s Cathedral Church Parish House in Buffalo, NY, to affordable income rental dwelling units. The 128 Pearl Street building is located in the City of Buffalo’s Joseph Ellicott Historic District. The project was to be submitted to NYSDHCR for NY State Low Income Housing..

St. Paul’s Cathedral

St. Paul’s Cathedral engaged HHL Architects to restore the Medina sandstone masonry including extensive repointing with historically appropriate mortar and mild cleaning of all the stonework complying with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards. This was followed by a request to design a dignified new entry that could serve all parishioners and visitors. HHL Architects..

St. Ambrose Roman Catholic Church

HHL Architects was selected by the Parish of St. Ambrose when they decided to upgrade their worship space from a 1960’s era first floor location in a two-story elementary school to a stand-alone connected 450-seat sanctuary. At the time, this was the first new church in the City of Buffalo’s Catholic Diocese in over 30..