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Market Insights for Our North American Clients
It’s been 30 years since North America went through a significant inflationary period. Today, steeper escalation is back—and it’s impacting owners, architects, and builders, alike. How can we stay ahead of the curve and ensure our collective success? Learn more in this 10-minute read.
A vision focused on reviving ancient waterway systems in the City of London to create resilient urban environments and diverse living systems has been named the winning entry of our 2021 Phil Freelon Design Competition.
Our Designer Spotlight Series highlights some of our top talent from around the world, diving into our team’s creative philosophies and design ethos. This month, we talk to design director and principal of our Dallas studio, Ron Stelmarski. He discusses his modes of creative expression, from photography and cinema, to his personal sketchbooks, and how he finds the soul of each site.
Congratulations to our clients and project teams behind the Ryerson University Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex and the University of Washington Life Sciences Building for winning AIA COTE® Top Ten Awards!
Living Design is about creating high-performing places that promote human and ecological well-being at every level. It’s been one year since we introduced our Living Design framework to the world. And—wow!—what a year it’s been. The global pandemic showed each of us just how important Living Design is to the vitality of our planet and society.
As the pandemic continues to shape the future of our built environments, we’re exploring how design can respond to these changes. From the future of workplace, to creating safer schools, our colleagues across the firm are sharing their insights and potential design solutions.