May 23, 2018
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THEME: Wellness

Good Design is a Safety Feature

When someone looks at a patient with a broken leg, they don't assume they have never before been able to walk. But often for psychiatric patients in crisis, they are treated as if that is who they have always been and will always be. Nothing could be further from the truth. And the design of mental health facilities must reflect our desire to ease a patient's recovery as humanely as possible. Read More +

Mar 28, 2018

Seven Takeaways from SXSW

We took to Austin’s SXSW Conference seeking knowledge about the forces shaping design. From our pages of notes on the future of tech, wellness, and generational forces, we bring you seven key insights. Read More +

Mar 21, 2018

Why Wood? A Look at Vancouver’s Skytrain Stations

Vancouver's rapid transit stations are known for their soaring yet cozy aesthetic, due in large part to the use of wood. One of Perkins+Will's thought leaders in Vancouver reflects on our decades of work for the Skytrain system, and what it can teach the industry. Read More +

Mar 14, 2018

New Realities Mean Virtual Reality

If you’ve ever been part of a new building or existing renovation project, you know how tricky it can be to visualize the user's experience. Advances in VR are changing all that. Read More +