4 triage design innovations for shorter wait times
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 | Aug 30, 2021
The great re-shuffle & re-think
In this new hybrid environment in which we cater to how our employees work best, how will we manage new hybrid work practices and etiquette?
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
Workplace wellness: Top 3 tips for Fitwel certification
How can thoughtful design encourage healthier choices, lifestyles, and work environments?
Perkins and Will | Feb 27, 2019
ResilientSEE: A framework to achieve resilience across scales
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 | Nov 28, 2018
Amazon HQ2 and the new geography of work
The big HQ2 takeaway is how geography and mobility are becoming major workplace drivers.
Perkins and Will | Sep 4, 2018
It takes more than money to fund resilience
Resilient design, much like all projects in the built environment, requires funding.
Perkins and Will | Aug 13, 2018
There's more to the open office than headlines suggest
A study found that contrary to popular belief, the open office did not encourage—but rather, inhibited—face-to-face communication.
Perkins and Will | Apr 13, 2018
Integrating many voices into a single vision
There’s no question that, as opposed to a top-down process, an open process is best for an office like ours.
Perkins and Will | Mar 22, 2018
The benefits and nuances of integrated design
Achieving integrated design usually means operating under a strong relationship.
Perkins and Will | Mar 14, 2018
How to solve the housing crunch on college campuses
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.
Perkins and Will | Feb 23, 2018
Why the 'cultural fit' doesn't fit
Evidence shows that companies that hire on or emphasize cultural fit struggle to innovate and change.
Perkins and Will | Jan 24, 2018
Vision Zero comes to Austin: An outside perspective
Aside from the roads being wider and the lack of infrastructure for bikes and pedestrians, there seemed to be some deeper unpredictability in the movement of people, vehicles, bikes, and buses.
Perkins and Will | Jan 3, 2018
Activating the workplace
Here's how active work stations impact how you think, perform, and feel.