Constructed in 1948, the Dearborn Homes Development is comprised of 16 mid-rise buildings containing 800 dwelling...
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At HPZS, we work with our clients to understand the unique goals of each of project, develop a thorough understanding of our clients’ needs and preserve a sustainable future for the built environment.
WHO WE ARE
HPZS has been working to preserve Chicago’s architectural treasures since 1976, and has a wide-ranging portfolio: from Master Planning to experience in Commercial, Institutional, Religious, Corporate, Retail and Residential Design.
HPZS and it’s predecessor firms date back to 1976, our legacy interwoven with the storied Prairie Avenue Bookshop founded by Wilbert and Marilyn Hasbrouck.
PRESERVING A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE
HPZS believes in the quality of design through the auspices of the Integrated Design Process. Establishing relationships, providing goal-setting as well as a multi-disciplinary, collaborative approach results in the most sustainable outcome. As architects dedicated to healthy and livable communities, and guided by scientific consensus and reason, we advocate for action on Climate Change.