Design, a Thought Leadership site hosted by Perkins+Will, in which each month, a different design discipline thought leader will explore how design has the power to transform lives.
Thought Leadership Sites
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- Bryan Bell on The Case for Pro Bono Design
- Steve on Improving the Architectural Process
- Dr R Kapur on Hospital Can Treat Emergency Room Patients Faster with Analysis of Treatment Process
- Susan Hughes on Designing Refuge: A Hospice Case Study
Category Archives: Interiors
The elevator lobby has basketball texture on the floor, turf on the walls along with a scoreboard. Employees and clients congregate to meet and relax in the Half Time area. Larger meetings are held on bleachers that rise above a …
If you’ve ever done business in Japan you most likely took a huge stack of business cards with you and presented it to people with both hands. The exchanging of business cards follows a ritual in Japan and for American …
When we take people on a tour of Perkins+Will’s new office space at 1315 Peachtree Street, we love showing them features like our solar shades that manage the penetration of the sun to reduce interior heat and our rainwater harvesting …
Sometimes when I travel, I wake up in a hotel room and it takes a few moments for me to remember what city I’m in. You might have experienced something similar, getting off an elevator in an office building wondering …
Welcome to Design, a Thought Leadership site hosted by Perkins+Will, an international design firm with 220 professionals working in our Midtown office at 1315 Peachtree Street. Each month, a different design discipline thought leader will explore how design has the …
Clients are always intrigued when they ask our Interiors Design team what our first step in the design process will be. When we say we begin by interviewing every employee who will use the building, they think we might exaggerating. …