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Jump Trading, Chicago
This fast growing global proprietary trading firm came to us in 2008 for an expansion of their existing Chicago offices...
A Slam Dunk for Education: Real World Learning at the Chicago Basketball Academy
When the new Chicago Basketball Academy (CBA) asked us to begin design work, I couldn’t have been more excited...
Association House of Chicago
The Association House is a multifunctional and diverse social service organization that has been a valuable community resource in Chicago since 1899. This project involves the reorganization and renovation of 16,500 square feet of the first floor of a former hospital building. The primary scope includes designing a new reception lobby and entry experience to create a more lively and friendly image from the street.
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Active by Design: Seventeen Staircases for Fit City 8
Today is Fit City 8 , a conference that prompts our industry to consider how the “design of the built environment can create opportunities for increasing physical activity and access to healthier food...
Ken Wilson was the founding principal of Envision, a design firm focused on environmental responsibility acquired by Perkins+Will in 2012. Ken’s work includes a variety of project types in the areas of architecture, interiors, graphics, and product design, and his clients include several of the nation’s leading environmental organizations as well as numerous socially responsible associations, nonprofits, and corporations.
University of Illinois, Temple Hoyne Buell Hall
This 3-story building houses design studios and faculty offices for the School of Architecture and the Departments of Landscape Architecture and Urban and Regional Planning...
Green Guaranteed: 13 Projects Certified in 2013
Design professionals across Perkins+Will are constantly pushing to design the most sustainable buildings, spaces, neighborhoods, and systems...
New Perkins+Will Monograph to be Published
When Larry Perkins and Philip Will opened the office that bears their names 75 years ago, they could not possibly have imagined the firm as it exists today: over 1500 employees in 23 offices on three ...
Rush University Medical Center, Orthopedic Ambulatory Building
The design of the Orthopedic Ambulatory Building (OAB) at Rush University Medical Center (RUMC) powerfully expresses formal simplicity with careful attention to detail. The building is rectilinear in form with compositional variations that respond to site and environmental conditions. The building core and associated services were organized to the west to maximize dramatic views of the Chicago skyline for the building's occupants.
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