Welcome to our "new" New York studio
We never expected to build and move during a pandemic, but that’s what we accomplished! We are excited to announce our new home at Nomad Tower, in the center of a dynamic neighborhood in the heart of the city. Our resilient design is already a “future workplace”–a laboratory for new ways of collaborating, visualizing and producing responsive and exciting design solutions that make a difference for our clients, the occupants and the community.
We envisioned the New York studio as a learning lab–one that can both predict and react to behavioral, cultural, and technological change. As we begin our return to studio, still amid a pandemic, we have the opportunity to test our design concepts in real-time.
– Bill Harris, Managing Director
Design Director, Robert Goodwin, FAIA, is featured on News10NBC, along with URMC’s Chairman of Orthopedics, discussing the new orthopedic center under construction in the footprint of a vacant Sears.
“By reusing a mall you’re actually not building as much… It’s actually a more sustainable strategy because you’re not just building everything new. You’re adapting an existing structure for a new use, and that is a good way to save resources as well. So we like that idea.” – Robert Goodwin, FAIA
“I’m always imagining what the space will feel like from the inside,” Carolyn BaRoss says. The interior designer and lead healthcare designer, who’s been with Perkins&Will for 27 years, is describing how she begins to visualize new projects, whether it’s a 10,000-square-foot in vitro fertilization (IVF) clinic or an entire hospital.
Click below to read more about Carolyn in our Designer Spotlight Series.
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.
125 West End Avenue, NY, NY – Conversion of 335,000 square-foot automotive assembly building to state-of-the-art research and laboratory complex.
Innolabs, Long Island City, NY – Stitching together three existing structures with a new overbuild, creating a facility that supports varying scales and programs for commercial life science start-ups and the burgeoning science community in New York City.
Hudson Research Center, HiberCell, NY, NY – Conversion of existing office space to pre-built lab space to meet the needs of HiberCell, an innovative therapeutics tenant.