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Perkins+Will Announces the Publication of Architecture’s New Edges
Perkins+Will announces the publication of Architecture’s New Edges by Global Sustainability Leader and Board Member Peter Busby . The book has been written for any reader fascinated by the ability of...
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...
Eva Maddox One of Time Out Chicago's Most Influential Designers
In its Chicago-themed Tournament of Champions feature, Time Out Chicago names Eva Maddox one of the city's four most influential architects/designers. The article spotlights her work on Oak Park Public Library and Swedish Covenant hospital.
Bay Bridge Gateway Park in the SF Chronicle
Urban design critic John King attended Gateway Park's "coming out party" where Karen Alschuler and her team presented the project in its first public workshop. His review is a rave and his thoughts on the potentials and the interest inherent in this site are insightful and interesting. Read John King's review.
The New York Times Reports on 140 New Montgomery
Michael Kimmelman, architecture critic of The New York Times, writes about urban renewal in San Francisco including our 140 New Montgomery project as "the magnificent Art Deco former Pacific...
Transformation of a University Teaching Laboratory Through Innovative Solutions
This article describes the improvements made to a 4,500 square foot chemistry teaching laboratory within the University of Pennsylvania's Chemistry '58 building. Some simple innovations transformed a tired, dated teaching space into the symbol of the chemistry department's renovations.
designMENA Interviews Perkins+Will's Urban Design Team in Dubai
designMENA interviewed Perkins+Will's recently expanded urban design team in Dubai. Leading the team is recently appointed Steve Velegrinis, an urban planner and landscape architect with more than 19...
What Made Whitespace an AMA-Winning Campaign
The Chicago chapter of the American Marketing Association recognized whitespace.bz with an Award of Merit, New Product or Service Launch. Brian Weatherford explains what made the dynamic project a winning endeavor.
Landscape Architecture Magazine Reports on the L.A. River
Los Angeles’s aging river infrastructure is a product of another era—a time when transporting as much water as possible from the Sacramento River Delta to Los Angeles and sending every drop of water...
From Living Buildings to Living Campuses
Sustainable planning is a powerful tool in creating campus facilities that are environmentally, economically and academically beneficial. As interconnected communities, college campuses provide an excellent model for sustainable intervention strategies. We present several case studies in this article, including "living building" projects at the University of British Columbia and the City University of New York's Lehman College in which engineering systems are designed to behave like thriving organisms.
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