Join Perkins+Will at Events in July 2015

Connect With Our People Throughout the Month

Whether in the United States or Europe, July offers plenty of opportunities to connect with Perkins+Will thought leaders.

Friday, July 3
Jennifer Cooper will give a lecture at the Université Paris-Est Marne la Vallée titled “Landscape Architecture + Contaminated Sites: The Intersection of Ecology and Culture” during the Summer School of Contaminated Soils in Champs-sur-Marne, France. The presentation will cover the theory of landscape architecture for contaminated sites, history, precedents, and recommendations for incorporating hybrid ecologies, culture, and art in the remediation design process.

Wednesday, July 8
Peter Busby presents his new book “Architecture’s New Edges” at a SPUR event in San Francisco, California. Peter’s new book offers insight into the work of one of the foremost leaders in the sustainable and regenerative design movement. Join the author for a look at how the nature of design is changing and how issues such as transportation equity, sustainable buildings and corporate responsibility all play key roles in building smarter.

Monday, July 13
Michael Palmer will convene a presentation at SCUP 50 in Chicago, Illinois.“Looking Beyond the Walls: Partnering With Community for Urban Regeneration” will examine the Henderson Hopkins School as a study in successful collaboration among multiple constituents, client and community stakeholders, designers, and educators with a common goal of neighborhood improvement and embracing a new way of educating.

Tuesday, July 14
Krisan Osterby will present “Finding Space: Comparing University Workplace Strategies Across the Atlantic” at SCUP 50 in Chicago, Illinois. This session will review British models for increasing space utilization and new workplace strategies for both new and old facilities.

Saturday, July 25
Matt Petermann will present “The Path to Enlightenment: Revit Data Analysis” and Doug Williams will present “How Designers Are Taking Back Control of Coordination” at the Revit Technology Conference in Washington, DC.

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