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For more than 75 years, Perkins+Will has been dedicated to the philosophy that design has the power to transform and enhance the mission and business of our clients and improve society overall...
Social Responsibility Annual Report No. 04
Perkins+Will is committed to engage its professional resources and leadership to benefit the social needs in the built environment where design can make a difference. While encouraging volunteerism by our employees in our local communities, Perkins+Will will donate 1% of its time and unique intellect to initiate and execute projects and buildings that serve the broad society who otherwise would not have access to our professional services.
Business for Social Responsibility
Business for Social Responsibility(BSR) is a non-profit organization that leverages its expertise in environment, human rights, economic development, transparency and accountability to guide global co...
Social Responsibility Annual Report No. 01
The first Perkins+Will Social Responsibility Annual Report has been issued and is available for download.
Social Responsibility Annual Report No. 02
The second Perkins+Will Social Responsibility Annual Report is available for download.
The Food is the Medicine: Sow Much Good and the Food Access Paradigm
Social purpose is at the core of what we do at Perkins+Will...
Altruism in the Profession: The Implementation of Social Responsibility
Perkins+Will is committed to engage its professional resources and leadership to benefit the social needs in the built environment where design can make a difference...
University of the Arts, New Campus Facility
We designed a new campus facility for the University of the Arts London at Central Saint Martins close to King’s Cross station within an existing 400,000-square-foot building. The 22-week fit-out project transformed the Granary Complex, which was originally built as part of a group of Victorian buildings in the Eastern Goods Yard. The long-term project focus was to improve UAL estate facilities by combining various sites into one flexible, purpose-built facility within a campus based environment.
The Power of Pro Bono
Several of our projects are featured in the new book The Power of Pro Bono: 40 Stories About Design for the Public Good . Inspired and informed by public architecture, highlights include design projects from across the country serving an international scope of nonprofits.
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