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Perkins+Will's Seattle Office is the Choice for Pacific Northwest Cancer Center Design
Three cancer centers in the Seattle area owe their patient-centered design to the Seattle office of international architecture and design firm Perkins+Will. The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center...
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Hinthorne Mott Architects Joins Perkins+Will
Seattle-based Hinthorne Mott Architects, one of Seattle's young, new design practices, has joined the pre-eminent interdisciplinary design firm Perkins+Will. The union strengthens and diversifies a...
Brodie Bain Joins Perkins+Will as Campus Planning Director
Perkins+Will announced the creation of a new director-level position and a new hire at its Seattle offices. Brodie Bain, AIA, AICP, LEED AP, has joined the office in the new position of Campus...
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,...
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. We recognize the resulting innovation in many ways, both...
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
The 1100 Eastlake tenant improvement project for Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center (FHCRC) represents a significant investment for the center towards consolidating their diverse research programs on-campus. This conversion of a speculative office building in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood resulted in a state of the art life sciences facility. The tenant improvement included laboratory and office programs for many of the Center’s most cutting-edge research programs, including the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division among others.
Corixa occupies three floors of the 9th and Stewart Building, a midrise building in downtown Seattle. The facility provides new office and laboratory space for the Corixa Corporation. The concept of the design brings all visitors to an eleventh floor lobby with adjoining common facilities for Corixa employees including a large seminar room, cafeteria, full-service kitchen, library and exercise room. Finishes on this floor reflect the Corixa culture and include reclaimed wood, terrazzo, plaster and black steel.
Institute for Systems Biology
The Institute for Systems Biology is a research institute dedicated to the integration of technology, computation, biology and medicine. The Institute selected an existing four-story building located in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood for their corporate headquarters. The project incorporates spaces for lab, vivarium, lab support, core facilities, office, and office support. The first level houses a large seminar space and an adjacent cafe/meeting area with seating for 300 for formal seminars. Each of the third and fourth floors contain several labs, lab support spaces, core facilities and offices for computers and researchers. The institute shares their space with startups in an open and collaborative lab environment.
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