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Nov 09, 2017

When (Still) in Drought

One year ago, in response to California’s historic drought, Perkins+Will took action. Tearing out half of the lawn in front of our San Francisco studio, we launched an experiment in drought-tolerant plantings. What we've learned can help inform the landscape of other drought-prone regions. Read More +

Jun 29, 2017

Helping Build the Next Generation of Architects

For four hours, students from Chicago public schools came to our Wrigley Building office to share in the experience of networking, mentorship, and design as part of the Windy City-based EMBARC program. But even a short experience can have a lsating impact for students and mentors alike. 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 +

Dec 21, 2015

The Last Humanist Profession

Why become an architect? Our Atlanta Design Director reflects on 35 years in the business of design on the occasion of his monograph's release by ORO Editions. Read More +