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Our greatest strength is you.

We know our most valuable asset is our people. That’s why we put people first—in everything we do. Happy, healthy individuals contribute to positive, high-performance teams. Your personal success is our collective success.


Come design a better, more beautiful world with us.

Come create a world that restores, nurtures, and protects life on our planet through sustainability, resilience, diversity, inclusion, well-being, and programs that give back to our communities. Be part of some of something bigger.

We are currently accepting applications for our summer internship program, and invite YOU to apply!


Transform the future of healthcare.

The E. Todd Wheeler Fellowship honors the design luminary of the same name, who transformed healthcare architecture—and healthcare delivery—in the mid-twentieth century. The yearlong fellowship is open to recent design graduates, and is highly competitive.

Diversify the design profession.

The Phil Freelon Fellowship for African American and other under-represented students stems from a partnership with the Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) and our late colleague Phil Freelon. Introduced in 2016, the Phil Freelon Fellowship provides expanded academic opportunities to students of color, and helps fill the profession’s talent pipeline with more diverse designers.

The Cornell Future Architect Award  is a merit-based award that gives under-represented high school students the opportunity to attend Cornell’s Introduction to Architecture Program, at no cost. The program introduces students to the rigors of a bachelor of architecture degree program and helps them prepare a competitive portfolio. The award was established in 2016. 

The Nagle-Johnson Family Fellowship at the Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD)—established in 2018 by our firm’s Global Design Director, Ralph Johnson, and his wife Kathleen—provides financial aid to under-represented GSD students with the aim of expanding their academic and career prospects.

The Black in Design Mentorship Program with the Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) aims to promote greater representation of Black talent in the design industry. Originally conceived by students and Perkins&Will professionals at the GSD’s 2019 Black in Design Conference, the mentorship program will fill a critical educational and career gap in the design profession by fostering meaningful and lasting relationships starting as early as high school.


Your professional growth matters to us.

We believe everyone has the potential to be a great leader. So we’re committed to helping people realize that potential. Our Leadership Institute invites emerging leaders from around the firm to participate in a year-long program to strengthen and refine their leadership skills. With the mentorship of more seasoned staff, these rising stars follow a curriculum of activities that enhance their business savvy, sharpen their problem-solving skills, and bolster their emotional intelligence.

We encourage curiosity and nurture inquiring minds.

Sure, some might call us geeks. But we take that as a compliment. We’re proud of our culture of curiosity, and we go the extra mile to keep it flourishing. One way we do that is through our Innovation Incubator, which awards micro-grants to self-organized teams interested in researching a specific aspect of design. By nurturing idea exploration, we grease the wheels for creative problem-solving.

We care about our communities, so we give back.

From volunteering at soup kitchens to teaching children in the classroom, we devote our time and resources every day to making our local communities stronger. We also support causes that are near and dear to you, allowing you to donate your design skills to make a positive difference in the lives of those who need it most.

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Supporting your health and well-being is a big deal to us.

We offer wellness workshops, reimbursement for fitness programs, and free flu shots every year. Each studio annually hosts a week-long wellness fair, too. We also provide a public transportation subsidy to get you moving more sustainably with mass transit.

We offer paid parental leave. Because your family is our family, too.

In 2015, our U.S. practice began offering paid time off to new parents to care for and bond with their new children. The program offers four weeks of paid leave to new moms, new dads, and/or their domestic partners within three months of a birth, adoption, or foster placement. New parents have the option to take all four weeks consecutively, or create their own schedule based on a work-life balance that meets their family’s needs.

Diversity and Inclusion

Our individual differences make us stronger and better, together.

We embrace diversity and welcome talent from every walk of life. Because the more diverse our perspectives, the more innovative our design solutions. We’re also an Equal Opportunity Employer.*

Read more about our commitment to diversity and inclusion.

We believe LGBTQ+ rights are human rights.

We proudly offer all of our U.S. employees paid parental leave and comprehensive health benefits—including those for same-sex spouses and same-sex domestic partners. We’re also pleased to offer U.S. health benefits that include coverage for gender confirmation surgery specifically for our transgender employees. We support #workingpostively, too, and have pledged to be visible role models on behalf of employees living with HIV.

We’re grateful to have been named a “Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality” by the Human Rights Campaign for three consecutive years—2019, 2020, and 2021.


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Our Talent Exchange program gives designers the chance to experience other cultures by working in different studios around the world.
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Gender equity and the #MeToo movement are important to us. Our Gender Equity Taskforce in Toronto recently co-hosted a panel featuring female trailblazers in design.
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*As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we conduct all employment-related activities without considering things like sex, race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, medical condition, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression, familial status, marital status, or veteran status.

The only exception—and pardon the legalese, here—is where, as required by applicable law, certain characteristics are essential bona fide occupational requirements, or where a disability is a bona fide occupational disqualification. For job seekers with disabilities who may not be able to fully access the online application system, we will make reasonable accommodations, as required by applicable law. See our Accessibility for Applicants with Disabilities policy for additional details.

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