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The New York Times Looks at Innovation Spaces at Higher Education Institutions
The New York Times recently profiled the rise of 'innovation campuses' at higher education institutions. "Can architecture spur creativity? Universities are investing in big, high-tech buildings in...
Interior Design Magazine
Interior Design Magazine Interviews Meena Krenek
Interior Design Magazine recently profiled New York office Interior Design Director Meena Krenek in their latest '10 Questions with...' feature. Since joining Perkins+Will in 2005, associate...
VIDEO: Design for Planet Everyone
We're all in this together. From the smallest scale to the largest, we can make an impact on how we interact with our environment.
Designing for Health: 2016
Since 2008, Perkins+Will interior leaders who focus on design of the care environment have exclusively authored Contract magazine’s online ‘Designing for Health’ monthly series. We bring unrelenting...
Perkins+Will Moves Up Interior Design’s 2016 Giants List
Interior Design has ranked Perkins+Will the No. 3 firm on its annual Top 100 Giants list—up one spot from the 2015 rankings. The recognition is based on overall interior design revenues across all...
Inside the Labs
At Perkins+Will, research is part of our DNA. We’re creators and curators of intelligence. By constantly asking questions—by pushing the boundaries to know more—we stay on the cutting edge. Whether...
Ewing Marion Kauffman School featured in Architectural Record
The Ewing Marion Kauffman School was featured in the January 2016 issue of Architectural Record as part of its 'Schools of the 21st Century" spotlight. The school, they write, "balances rigor with...
NBC News Interviews Phil Freelon About the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture
You may not know his name, but you probably know his work. He designed the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, which opened with much fanfare in Atlanta in June of 2014. His portfolio also...
WIRED Explores the Shanghai Natural History Museum
Cities used to grow by accident. Sure, the location usually made sense—someplace defensible, on a hill or an island, or somewhere near an extractable resource or the confluence of two transport...
Building Design & Construction Names Julie Frazier 2015 “40 Under 40”
Julie Frazier’s nationwide impact on healthcare delivery, activism in sustainability, and commitment to women’s leadership interests led Building Design+Construction to select her to the 2015 class...
GreenBiz Interviews Doug Pierce About the Connections Between Finance and Resilience
Think of it as LEED for resilience — but with the added bonus of lowering your insurance rates. That's the vision behind architecture and design firm Perkins+Will's new “RELi” resilience standard, an...
The New York Times Tours Renovations at the United Nations
When the 70th regular session of the General Assembly convenes on Sept. 15, it will do so in a complex of buildings that hasn’t looked so good or felt so secure in generations. “We now have a very...
CityLab Reports on Perkins+Will's Big Idea for Atlantic City
Has the sun finally set on the Boardwalk Empire? Not quite yet. As it stands now, the sea may rise to reclaim it first. That’s why a prominent global architecture and design firm has a different...
VIDEO: Why Hospitals Are Making Us Sick, Robin Guenther at TEDMED
Robin Guenther shares her perspectives on building healthier places in which to heal to the TEDMED 2014 audience. Read a Q&A with Robin on the TEDMED blog.
San Francisco Business Times Interviews Cathy Simon on California Drought
At a time when venture capital investment in water conservation technology in California is trending downward—yet the state is afflicted with one of the worst droughts on record—some intrepid...