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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.
Research Journal Vol. 10.02
This issue of Perkins+Will Research Journal is a celebratory 20th issue, which marks the publication’s 10 year anniversary—a significant milestone for the firm and the design profession. As one of...
Phaidon Features Miami Beach City Hall Complex
Phaidon recently surveyed Miami's collection of high-design car parks in their online gallery, including our own Miami Beach City Hall Complex. In the accompanying article, Miami's Mayor states, "Our parking garages are more than a group of parking spaces. Some have become destinations within themselves, every building can be a work of art."
Baylor Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center landed the cover of this month's Health Facilities Management. Read more.
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.
Interior Design Magazine Features Chicago Project
Our Chicago project for a confidential financial client was featured in the July 2011 issue of Interior Design Magazine.
FastCo.Design—Lessons In Green Building From Africa's First LEED-Certified Hospital
When Ghana commissioned a new hospital for its capital city Accra, the West African nation hoped to earn LEED certification, a prestigious rating of environmentally minded buildings. But “they...
Economy Rules Vision for Future Labs
Science + Technology Regional Market Sector Leader, David Bendet, lends his insight to Laboratory Equipment's feature story regarding predictions for the "lab of the future." The article explores the Buck Institute's Larry L. Hillblom Center for Integrative Studies of Aging, designed by Perkins+Will's San Francisco office, as an example of emerging trends in research laboratories such as sustainability and flexibility. The article further asserts that costs, funding, and staffing changes are the dominant drivers in this year's study for what the lab of the future will be like.
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