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Gina Berndt on Designing for Health: Health at Work
Global Interior Design Leader Gina Berndt examines ways workplace design can positively impact the health of its occupants in Contract Magazine.
Design at Work: CompTIA featured in The Architect Newspaper
When the technology industry association CompTIA relocated their world headquarters to Downers Grove, Illinois, the leadership told their designers they wanted the new office to represent a break with the old way of doing things. "They wanted a transformative space that was different than where they came from, that was forward-looking and not traditional," said Jason Rosenblatt, the senior interior designer at Perkins+Will.
Einstein Medical Center Montgomery
As the first major healthcare facility built in southeastern Pennsylvania in over a decade, the Einstein Medical Center Montgomery (EMCM) provides the region with 360,000 square foot, 146-bed, and LEED Silver certified acute care facility. Comprised of 96 medical/surgical beds, a 22-bed intensive care unit, a 20-bed postpartum unit, and an 8-bed Level IIIB neonatal intensive care unit, as well as a two-story medical arts building, EMCM is a fully integrated, best-in-class medical facility. <br />
INSIDE: Interior Spaces by Perkins+Will Released
Perkins+Will announces the release of INSIDE: Interior Spaces by Perkins+Will , an interior design monograph showcasing images of the firm’s projects around the world...
Carolyn BaRoss Appointed Firmwide Healthcare Interior Design Director
Carolyn BaRoss , ASID, IIDA, LEED AP, has taken on a new firmwide role as Perkins+Will’s Healthcare Interior Design Director...
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.
In support of their industry-leading approach of providing convenient, high-quality healthcare to today’s busy New Yorker, Columbia University Medical Center relocated their flagship practice within M...
The Shell Canary Wharf project was part of a larger organisational strategy to redevelop the Shell Waterloo building complex...
INSIDE Our Buildings, Inside Ourselves
For the first portion of my career as an interior designer, I concentrated on my work and my clients. That all changed 13 years ago, when 9/11 happened...
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