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Kim Barnsley

Kim is a Senior Architect in our Vancouver office with a strong background in project management and residential and mixed-use development projects across North America. As an active community member, she is involved with Perkins+Will's SDI Sustainable Communities Task Force, AIBC Public Outreach Committee, and was past co-chair of the Steering Committee for the Metro Vancouver Collaborative of the Cascadia Green Building Council. Currently, Kim is conducting research for Perkins+Will’s Livability + Urban Living Lab focused primarily on urban housing design and policy in contemporary cities.

Aug 23, 2016

Livable Homes: Adapting to Our Changing Cities

Denser environments require us to reassess priorities in creating a home for ourselves. Through the Livable Homes initiative, we asked you to share what makes a residence a place to thrive. What we learned can help decide how we design homes to meet the future. 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 +