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New leadership appointments in the Midwest and Southeast U.S. reflect our firm’s talent development succession strategy and responsiveness to evolving client expectations.
The initiative—an urgent response to intensifying climate change risks—accelerates our firm’s efforts to reduce whole-life-carbon emissions of building design, construction, and operation.
For this case study, Perkins&Will partnered with Healthy Building Network to identify key drivers of embodied carbon and material health by looking at specific examples of product categories frequently specified in building projects.
Join us as we explore big questions about how our built environment affects our health in ways we might not see—as individuals, as communities, as neighborhoods, as populations.
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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.