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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...
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As co-director of our Sustainable Design Initiative (SDI), Tony Layne ensures that sustainable ideas are an integral part of our projects and practices. Tony also chairs our Minneapolis office's Design Lab program and is a founding member of the Innovation Incubator Initiative, a program designed to encourage the exploration of new ideas in design and architecture. His design leadership, sustainable expertise and passion for our collective future make him an influential advocate at the intersection of sustainability and design in our practice and the profession.
Lights. Camera. Action!: What’s New in Workplace?
They say everyone gets fifteen minutes of fame. I recently had mine...
Video: University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
A compilation of student responses on their Dreyfus University Center that was completed by Perkins+Will in 2007. The project integrated complex renovation with new construction to create a welcoming new presence on campus. A skylit concourse, with lounges and informal study areas, links student services, a food court, bookstore, ballroom and meeting spaces, Greek life and club offices.
University of Minnesota, Medical Biosciences Building
The Medical Biosciences Building (MBB) adds 112,000 gross square feet of translational research space for the Academic Health Center at the University of Minnesota...
Major Implant Medical Device Manufacturer
Before designing the new 1.2 million square foot headquarters offices for a major implant device manufacturer, we conducted a six-month workplace planning effort to strategize the consolidation of employees from multiple sites. The client's ultimate goal was an environment that brings employees together, fosters innovation and increases speed to market for new products. To accomplish this, the design had to enhance communication and collaboration of product-based teams and provide amenities that balance work and life to encourage peak performance.
Winning Design for Kaiser Permanente's
Today, we announced, along with national design engineering firm Mazzetti Nash Lipsey Burch (M+NLB), our team's selection as the winners of Kaiser Permanente's first-ever healthcare design competition, ‘Small Hospital, Big Idea.’ The two firms’ winning submission was selected out of three finalists from an initial pool of 108 entries from around the globe. Participants in the competition were challenged to imagine a small-scale, forward-thinking healthcare facility that would combine the best of facility design and modern technology.