Apr 19, 2016

Improving Health Through Mobility Infrastructure Choices

The planning, healthcare, and public health professions have all seen movement toward “healthy places” as a key component for keeping people and populations well. Appropriate infrastructure for mobility and transportation is crucial in creating these kinds of health-supportive environments. Read More +

Apr 05, 2016

Setting the Stage for Universal Design

New technology is paving the way for a definition of design that includes people of all abilities. A designer with a personal connection reflects on where we came from and where we're going. Read More +

Mar 30, 2016

The Sustainability Culture Shift: Eight Steps for Success

Developing and integrating sustainability practices into an organization can be a challenging task. As companies scramble to satisfy Ontario's newly introduced comprehensive cap and trade legislation, they can benefit by following some proven steps that ensure adoption and implementation across-the-board. Read More +

Mar 21, 2016

An Untold History of Women Architects

The industry has been slow to recognize the contributions of women in the field of architecture, a change that is only now beginning to gain steady ground. We asked women leaders within Perkins+Will to share their own experiences of women in the field that inspired and mentored them on their own career paths. Here are a few of their stories. Read More +

Mar 16, 2016

What Makes a Home Livable?

In an increasingly dense and urban world, the single family home lifestyle is giving way to smaller, more compact ways of living. Three experts in our Vancouver office explore how to accommodate livability in a growing modern city. Read More +

Mar 07, 2016

One Day at SRAM

For its new home within a historic former cold storage warehouse, SRAM enlisted us to create a workplace befitting the world's second largest bicycle components manufacturer. Read More +