Dozens of Perkins+Will employees attended Greenbuild 2012, held in San Francisco. Out of the many great memories we shared, here are five favorites from our San Francisco office. Read More +
We actively prioritize environmental, economical, and societal sustainability in all our work and support the design industry’s efforts to do the same. Every project is an opportunity to pioneer regenerative technologies, foster systems of healing, and invest in the fabric of a community. By sharing our research and resources, we are leading a dialog on how to positively transform the planet. We invite you to join the discussion.
Perkins+Will’s Seattle office turns a critical eye on the more mundane energy consumers in the office—and ends up halving weekly energy use in the process. Read More +
Practice-based education provides the opportunity for research development, which is especially needed if we are to fully understand the human and ecological benefits associated with sustainable design. Read More +
A recent renewal project demonstrated both the challenges of achieving sustainability goals while respecting architectural legacy as well as the innovative solutions that can arise from those challenges. Read More +
The Atlanta Beltline, one of the most sustainable city infrastructure projects in the US, is a multifaceted catalyst for a region facing the physical, cultural, and political challenges of urban sprawl. Read More +
Not known as progressively environmental, Houston is widely perceived as a sprawling, traffic-jammed megalopolis. But recently, the city has made big strides in sustainability. Read More +
The goal of our firm’s energy competitions is to have our offices closely examine how energy is used, particularly with the hopes of improving behavior and conserving more resources. Read More +