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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.
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.
FAME's new office expresses the passion and expertise that make it a leader in marketing and brand experiences. By communicating their own bold brand and exemplifying their work hard/have fun culture...
Perkins+Will Receives Prestigious National Planning Firm Award
Global architecture and design firm Perkins+Will has been recognized by the American Planning Association with the 2015 National Planning Excellence Award for a Planning Firm . This award honors a...
Good Relationships Serving a Good Cause: Coming Together for CVT’s New Home
Getting to know a client and really understand their mission is one of the most exciting parts of any design project. The process of comprehending the DNA and culture of The Center for Victims of...
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.
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