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Perkins+Will Announces the Publication of Architecture’s New Edges
Perkins+Will announces the publication of Architecture’s New Edges by Global Sustainability Leader and Board Member Peter Busby . The book has been written for any reader fascinated by the ability of...
Building Design & Construction Names Julie Frazier 2015 “40 Under 40”
Julie Frazier’s nationwide impact on healthcare delivery, activism in sustainability, and commitment to women’s leadership interests led Building Design+Construction to select her to the 2015 class...
Eva Maddox One of Time Out Chicago's Most Influential Designers
In its Chicago-themed Tournament of Champions feature, Time Out Chicago names Eva Maddox one of the city's four most influential architects/designers. The article spotlights her work on Oak Park Public Library and Swedish Covenant hospital.
Ideas+Buildings Vol. 2
Perkins+Will releases the second volume in a series of publications showcasing the talent of our firm titled Perspective. The notion of perspective is both highly personal and universal in its implications: it connotes not just individual vision, but the systematic or symbolic representation of reality that unites a community of viewers in a shared phenomenological understanding. When we make reference to perspective, we embrace the paradox that unites our internal viewpoint with our shared system of representation.
Slow Food Marketplace website
Perkins+Will created the Master Plan for the 2008 Slow Food Nation event in San Francisco, as well as designing and constructing the festival's two Water Stations out of used plastic bottles. The Slow Food Nation site for this event was extensive and constantly updated. The final version, highlighting the event's achievements, is still available and makes for great reading. Visit the site.
Five Bold Moves
The new millennium interpretation of batten down the hatches is in full throttle across the design discipline. Professional firms, who two years ago were invigorating clients as well as their own practices with fresh and challenging ideas, have become highly conservative. A rote approach to business has become the norm in a down economy. Creativity implies additional cost and risk. But innovation and off-grid thinking can result in wild success. Some of the most widespread innovations have occurred in times of downturn.
Presidio Trust: Ft. Scott Wins CA Preservation Award
The Presidio Trust announcement that the Ft. Scott Cultural Resource Study, by Perkins+Will, had won the 2010 Preservation Design Award from the California Preservation Foundation.
Healthcare Design Is Full Of Contradictions
Jean Mah discusses a variety of healthcare issues in this interview.
Making Hospitals More Hospitable for Children and their Families
An intensely user-focused design meant to transform a hospital experience.
Research Journal Vol. 03.01
The fifth issue of the Perkins+Will Research Journal features four articles that focus on diverse research topics, including occupant engagement and behavior relating to energy reduction in office spaces; global design and construction considerations for architectural design in developing countries; customization of BIM software applications for sustainable design and parametric modeling in Revit and guidelines for minimizing glare when harvesting natural daylight.
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