Four Perkins+Will Projects Recognized By World Architecture Festival

Prestigious WAF Awards Shortlist Cites Projects in Healthcare, Residential and Culture

The World Architecture Festival Awards (WAF) is the world’s largest architectural awards program recognizing global architects in 29 award categories.

Perkins+Will’s work has been recognized in the Health, Culture, and Residential categories. Two Ralph Johnson-designed hospitals have been shortlisted in the Completed Health category - Rush University Medical Center New Hospital Tower in Chicago and Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston. The firm’s Floatyard project in Boston, designed by Brian Healy, has been shortlisted in the Future Residential category. Additionally, Pringle Brandon Perkins+Will served as the Architect for the Interior for the Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth, shortlisted in the Completed Culture category.

The program will take place October 2-4 at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.