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City of Miami Beach City Hall Annex
The City Hall Annex is located on Meridian Avenue and 18th street, completing the Civic Center Campus as an annex to the existing Miami Beach City Hall, to which it is connected by means of a...
University of Miami, School of Education
Our design reflects and supports the school's emphasis on the "promotion of well-being" in multicultural communities and the preparation of the next generation of leaders in education. The teaching...
Miami Dade College, Academic Support Center
The 135,000-square-foot building is located on the eastern entry corridor of the campus. It centralizes all Student Services departments for the more than 120,000 students. The project includes 21...
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José Gelabert-Navia Appointed Perkins+Will’s Regional Director for Latin America
Global architecture and design firm, Perkins+Will, announces that José Gelabert-Navia AIA LEED AP will take on a firmwide role as Regional Director for Latin America. Gelabert-Navia previously served...
Lawrence serves as Managing Director of the Miami office, focusing on the continued growth and expansion of the firm’s presence in South Florida. He has comprehensive expertise designing major municipal projects, corporate offices, and educational institutions, which have won numerous awards from the American Institute of Architects. With more than 25 years of national and international experience, Lawrence’s work is well known for its ability to meet scheduling challenges and strict budgetary constraints while still maintaining a strong design aesthetic.
Architectural Record Interviews Jose Gelabert-Navia About Working in Brazil
José Gelabert-Navia, Perkins+Will's regional director for Latin America, has been traveling to Brazil from Miami for over eight years. “We can work very effectively with partner offices in the rest...
Greenberg Traurig sought a headquarters design that would respond to the changing dynamics of the law firm practice while altering the firm's design paradigm. The design team was engaged to envision, brand and design a new prototype and assist the firm in realizing its desire for a paradigm shift in law office planning. The process began as a senior leadership visioning session.
Perkins+Will Completes Campus Projects Across the United States
Perkins+Will has recently completed several projects for higher education institutions across the United States. Today, learning happens everywhere: in and out of the classroom, on and off campus,...
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