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Perkins+Will Announces the Publication of Architecture’s New Edges
Perkins+Will announces the publication of Architecture’s New Edges by Global Sustainability Leader and Board Member Peter Busby . The book has been written for any reader fascinated by the ability of...
Eva Maddox One of Time Out Chicago's Most Influential Designers
In its Chicago-themed Tournament of Champions feature, Time Out Chicago names Eva Maddox one of the city's four most influential architects/designers. The article spotlights her work on Oak Park Public Library and Swedish Covenant hospital.
Infusion of Recovery Act Funds Boosts Biomedical Research
The University of Florida's Clinical Translational Research Building is featured in the National Institutes of Health's NCRR Reporter as a national model of how NIH funds can be leveraged. Perkins+Will provided the design for this 40,000 square-foot facility and also assisted the University of Florida in obtaining the ARRA funding that will help finance its construction.
Curbed—Can architects design better police stations?
The design of a police station only addresses a portion of the important issues impacting police and community relationships. But as the physical embodiment of neighborhood safety, it can certainly...
ULI Case Study: The Ferry Building
The Urban Land Institute's in-depth case study of the San Francisco Ferry Building.
Monocle—Can architecture change our perception of place?
Architecture practice Perkins+Will believes so. It has recently finished remodelling the LAPD Metropolitan Division facility, making it the greenest station in the city. But is it more inviting?...
Stand by Your Plan
This recent article published by Inform, reviews Perkins+Will's 1997 master plan, which has guided development of multiple projects over the years and resulted in a campus that has "greatly enhanced (Fuqua's) identity and position as one of the nation's top-tier business schools".
Leading by Design: A Place to Flourish
Pioneering the next generation of improvements in health and healthcare delivery through the design of the physical environment.
Green for the Greater Good
The Arlington Free Clinic, the first LEED Gold certified free clinic in the nation, is a featured in this month's Interiors & Sources magazine.
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