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Nov 28, 2017

New Places (and Cute Faces) Enjoying Great Design

Debbie Frisch was a local foster mother and philanthropist embarking on the development of a not-for-profit play space for children in the under-served Woodlawn neighborhood of Chicago. Perkins+Will helped make her idea for Hello Baby real by doing the most good within a small space, within a limited budget. Read More +

Jul 25, 2017

Why Don’t More Chicagoans Bike To Work?

Chicago is the United States' third most populous city, yet it ranks 13th in terms of people who bike to work. How can we encourage more people to adopt this healthy, environmentally sensitive mode of transportation? Read More +

Mar 01, 2017

What California High-Speed Rail Can Learn from Europe

At a time when the United States administration is promising huge investments in infrastructure, tech companies are evolving the our conception of mobility, and California moves ahead with its $64 billion plan for high-speed rail (HSR), what are the lessons we can learn from the European experience? Read More +

Feb 07, 2017

Making it to 9 Million and Beyond

As New York City's booming population tests the limits of its infrastructure, manufacturing zones may be the key to successfully balancing an expanding population, long-overdue environmental remediation, and economic development. Read More +