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The Datafication of Design: Thinking Big (and small)
While the AEC industry is now buzzing with anticipation over “Big Data,” information technology research firm Gartner signaled last year the phenomenon we call Big Data is on the verge of falling into...
Four Perkins+Will Projects Recognized By World Architecture Festival
The World Architecture Festival Awards (WAF) is the world’s largest architectural awards program recognizing global architects in 29 award categories.
Now Available: Sustainable Healthcare Architecture, Second Edition
Perkins+Will is excited to congratulate Global Sustainable Healthcare Design Leader and Principal Robin Guenther and Gail Vittori, LEED Fellow, on the release of Sustainable Healthcare Architecture, S...
Knowledge Management in Architecture and Construction Industry
Architectural design is a complex process involving numerous factors. Historically, designers have been researching and developing methods to aid the design process and to represent buildings as a three-dimensional objects occupying space by different means; words, models, drawings, perspectives and specifications. The complexity of projects and scales and the multi-disciplinary nature of buildings constructed today call for fundamental changes for the representation of designs, exchange of information, construction planning and knowledge management.
Working Globally: How to Successfully Engage Clients Anywhere
As an architect who specializes in interiors in Perkins+Will’s New York office, most of my work had previously been located pretty close to home. But along with many of our competitors, as the domestic market slowed we compensated by pursuing work overseas, particularly in the Middle East and Asia. The work ranges in size from millions of square feet of institutional work to small satellite offices for an existing client. The one thing that all of these projects have in common regardless of size is that they are regionally unique.
Perspectives Charter School
The founders of the Perspectives Charter School coined the motto "A Disciplined Life" to communicate their mission for an ideal school environment...
Join Perkins+Will at Events in October
From Atlanta to Singapore, join Perkins+Will thought leaders as they engage in discussions about sustainable wood-based buildings, Net Zero energy goals, and the future of digital fabrication, among o...
Looking at Art, Inspiring Architecture
Architects often claim that great architecture is created through a design process that addresses buildings and spaces from the inside out and the outside in...
SCUP/AIA Excellence in Architecture, Merit Award - 2010
The Arts and Social Sciences Complex was one of four projects to receive this national award for new building design. The complex is designed to encourage interdisciplinary work and interconnectedness among existing departments. Jurors remarked on the excellent integration of Saywell and Blusson Halls with the mid-century architecture of existing campus buildings by Erickson Massey.
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