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Perkins+Will’s Healthcare Projects Recognized with Three Awards
The Design & Health International Academy Awards is the world's leading advocacy program, recognizing professional excellence in the research and practice of designing healthy environments. The...
Perkins+Will Expands Its Healthcare Practice
Architecture and design firm Perkins+Will has added eleven team members to its healthcare practice. These leading experts will help to expand the firm’s presence and further service clients...
Pat Bosch is internationally recognized for her design work specializing in higher education, science + technology, corporate headquarters, K-12 schools and civic buildings. She routinely uses her collaboration skills bringing diverse constituencies together to generate ideas.
The Miami office is our gateway to the Americas. Located in the Coral Gables business district, the office's multi-disciplinary work has developed more than $800 million in high-profile projects. With relationships in Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa and Europe, the Miami practice is one of the most diverse in the firm with professionals trained locally and internationally. Recognized globally for its design and innovation leadership, it remains one of the most important leaders in education and Research across the region working with the fourth and fifth largest national school districts and nearly every institution of higher learning in Florida, including the University of Miami, Florida International University and the University of Florida. The office successfully weaves together rich resources in design and programming with a wide spectrum of cultures, traditions and contexts given this office a unique expertise in climate analysis and integrated delivery. The practice routinely collaborates with national and international institutions as well as and top corporate and healthcare clients including L'Oreal, American Express, Carnival Corporation, American Airlines and Miami Children's Hospital.