Matthew is currently the Head of Business Development and a Project Manager at HWKN. He is also a visiting professor at The University of Pennsylvania.
Since 2009 Matthew has served as the Project Manager of Boom Communities. Boom is a progressive series of communities being built around the world that brings together the best architects, researchers, engineers and policy-makers from around the globe. By structuring the brand as a highly collaborative process between a client, 15 architects and a crowd-sourced community effort, Boom is redefining design for aging and urbanism. Matthew has personally been featured in the Los Angeles Times and Fox News for his involvement with Boom.
Matthew has previously collaborated with C-LAB, Neil Denari, Mas Context,Polar Inertia, Bruce Mau Design, and the University of Pennsylvania.
ART MEADOW is a design studio located in New York City, founded in 2009 by Matthew Hoffman. Early on we recognized a rift between architecture and the rest of the world by observing how architects only talk to each other - and set out to change that. Within the process we discovered new opportunities for design to engage the public by creating socializing opportunities that everyone can enjoy.
Art Meadow is currently involved in a variety of projects including Bath Haus, a commission from Bloomberg Businessweek, and Socialopolis, an award-winning vision for the future of New York City.
Matthew's work has been featured by The Los Angeles Times, Huffington Post, NBC, Fast Company, Fox Business News and the Wall Street Journal.