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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.
An Urban Clinic: Connecting with Community
Download the "Designing For Health" article originally published at Contract Magazine online.
VIDEO: Miami Dade College, Kendall Campus - Academic Support Center
Perkins+Will collaborated with the largest institution for higher education in the United States to build on their legacy of offering everyone the opportunity to obtain a college degree. Design...
Architectural Record Study: Perspectives Charter School
An overview of Perspectives Charter School in Chicago, Illinois: A dramatic building on a tight urban site that embraces the community inside and out. Read the Architectural Record Study here.
San Francisco Business Times Interviews Cathy Simon on California Drought
At a time when venture capital investment in water conservation technology in California is trending downward—yet the state is afflicted with one of the worst droughts on record—some intrepid...
Sarah's Circle Website
As a part of our Social Responsibility Initiative, we teamed with Sarah's Circle to create a new home for women who are homeless or in need of a safe space. Located in Chicago's Uptown community, Sarah's Circle has provided support for thousands of women over the course of its 30-year history.
VIDEO: Why Hospitals Are Making Us Sick, Robin Guenther at TEDMED
Robin Guenther shares her perspectives on building healthier places in which to heal to the TEDMED 2014 audience. Read a Q&A with Robin on the TEDMED blog.
Bay Bridge Gateway Park in the SF Chronicle
Urban design critic John King attended Gateway Park's "coming out party" where Karen Alschuler and her team presented the project in its first public workshop. His review is a rave and his thoughts on the potentials and the interest inherent in this site are insightful and interesting. Read John King's review.
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