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Sports + Recreation
Participating in community or campus sports and recreation is a very local and communal experience. Each of our sports and recreation facilities are inspired by their locations, by their surroundings...
Linda earned a Bachelor of Environmental Studies in 1989 and a Bachelor of Architecture while studying at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada. Linda joined Perkins+Will in 1997 after an...
University of Oregon, Matthew Knight Arena
The University of Oregon's Matthew Knight Arena is a facility planned as a state-of-the art, world-class intercollegiate basketball arena. Replacing the venerable McArthur Court, the building is a...
Bryan Schabel joined Perkins+Will in 1995 and works on a variety of education, research, development, corporate, and residential projects. His experience with a broad range of markets, clients, and...
Don is a Managing Principal for Perkins+Will’s Corporate, Commercial, and Civic practice, directing projects for leading corporate and institutional clients worldwide. With over 20 years of...
David Dymecki Joins Perkins+Will
David Dymecki, a noted expert in the planning and design of sports facilities, joins the Perkins+Will team. For the past eight years, David has led the sports group at Sasaki in Watertown, Massachusetts. He has worked with clients all around North America including: Harvard, MIT, Drexel University, Cleveland State University, West Point, Trinity College, Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute, Loyola University in Maryland, University of Georgia, University of Arizona, Boston College, and Mississippi State University.
For nearly 20 years, Stephen has focused on the planning and design of athletic and recreation facilities, with an emphasis on large-scale spectator venues such as stadia and arenas. With a deep...
The Next Olympic Sport? The Growth of Squash and New Opportunities for Design
Later this year, the International Olympic Committee will decide whether to include Squash in the 2020 Olympics – a decision marking a potentially momentous turning point in the history of the sport...
Perkins+Will Canada launches today as a unified national practice. The launch sees Ottawa and Hamilton ( Dundas )-based Vermeulen Hind Architects, one of Canada’s leading healthcare architectural firms, merge with Shore Tilbe Perkins+Will, celebrated for its focus on civic and recreation architecture, and Vancouver-based Busby Perkins+Will, widely regarded as one of North America’s leading green practices.
Since 1945, the Toronto Studio of Perkins+Will has been recognized as a leading designer of higher education, civic, sports + recreation and corporate facilities in both Canada and internationally. Our teams of architects, interior designers, and specialists work closely with our clients to transform their understanding and vision into places that tangibly represent their organization. Together, we explore options to increase productivity, creativity and profitability, and to improve health, sustainability, comfort and flexibility. Through good design we establish projects that offer value for investment.
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