As we reimagine the antiquated shopping mall, Marc Asnis, AICP, Associate, Perkins&Will, details four first steps to consider.
Perkins and Will | Jul 20, 2023
Incentivizing, rather than mandating the return to the office, is the key to bringing back happy employees that want to work from the office. Spaces that are designed and curated for human-centric experiences will attract employees back into the workplace, and in turn, make office buildings thrive once again. Perkins&Will’s Wyatt Frantom offers a macro to micro view of the office market and the impact of employees on the future of work.
Perkins and Will | May 30, 2023
For today’s college athletes, training is no longer about cramming team practices and weight lifting sessions in between classes.
Perkins and Will | Dec 20, 2022
Perkins and Will shares a nurse's insights on triage design, and how to help emergency departments make the most of their resources.
Perkins and Will | May 18, 2020
Global design firms collaborate on new COVID-19 mobile testing lab to bring testing to vulnerable communities worldwide
Perkins and Will, Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects, and Arup Group develop scalable solutions for increased testing capacity within high-density and under-served neighborhoods.
Perkins and Will | Jun 7, 2019
How can thoughtful design encourage healthier choices, lifestyles, and work environments?
Perkins and Will | Feb 27, 2019
Conceived in the Boston studio of Perkins+Will, the ResilientSEE team developed a resilient planning framework that can be applied to other neighborhoods, cities, and countries.
Perkins and Will | Aug 13, 2018
A study found that contrary to popular belief, the open office did not encourage—but rather, inhibited—face-to-face communication.
Perkins and Will | Mar 14, 2018
A growing number of public and private academic institutions are turning to designers and architects for alternative housing strategies—particularly in high-density areas on the East and West Coasts.