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High Speed Rail: Considerations for a Future in the U.S.
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High Speed Rail: Considerations for a Future in the U.S.

In Europe, Asia and much of the developed world, high speed rail is convenient and accessible. Whether for business or pleasure, travelers are...

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From History to Modern Escapism: Six Visual Trends' Influence on Workplace Design
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From History to Modern Escapism: Six Visual Trends' Influence on Workplace Design

We usually cringe at the word “trend,” as it suggests a fleeting moment, something passing and temporary. Although workplace design is undoubtedly...

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A High School Field House Fostering Spaces for All
Blog 2 months ago
A High School Field House Fostering Spaces for All

When you think of school athletic facilities, you likely think of it as a space for only athletes. But today, it’s important that school designers...

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Designing our Workplace with Data: A ‘Living Lab’
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Designing our Workplace with Data: A ‘Living Lab’

Workplace culture, employee morale and productivity are a few experiential factors difficult to measure, but crucial to any business’ performance...

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It Takes More than Money to Fund Resilience
Blog 3 months ago
It Takes More than Money to Fund Resilience

As our firm’s Research Knowledge Manager, I am always seeking to learn more about how to prepare for a resilient future. I recently attended a...

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Building a Culture of Health in North Texas: An Interdisciplinary Think Tank Discussion
Blog 3 months ago
Building a Culture of Health in North Texas: An Interdisciplinary Think Tank Discussion

When we look to the future of healthcare and communities, two themes emerge: One, the term “healthcare” is being pulled apart to its core...

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This Just In: There's More to the Open Office Than Headlines Suggest
Blog 3 months ago
This Just In: There's More to the Open Office Than Headlines Suggest

Last week, my inbox brimmed with breathless inquiries from clients and colleagues wanting to know: Had I read the latest workplace research? A...

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Reconciling Planetary Health in City Building
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Reconciling Planetary Health in City Building

I have a cool job (or at least I think so!). I have two roles that keep me happily challenged and inspired almost every day. The majority of the...

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Seeing Double: Creating Visual Seamlessness at Case Western Reserve University
Blog 4 months ago
Seeing Double: Creating Visual Seamlessness at Case Western Reserve University

Since 2010, the Perkins+Will’s Technical Design Community (TDC) hosts an annual firmwide competition celebrating design innovation in detailing....

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For the Win: Watching the World Cup in Boston’s Living Room
Blog 4 months ago
For the Win: Watching the World Cup in Boston’s Living Room

As the World Cup wrapped up this past weekend with France’s victory over Croatia, we conclude an event that brings our global community together...

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Convergence 2018: Ideas to Value
Blog 4 months ago
Convergence 2018: Ideas to Value

This year's Convergence Symposium leveraged the energy and activity happening in Chicago – a hotbed of innovation that often flies under the radar,...

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Lights! Camera! Architecture! Cinematic Strategies for Architectural Storytelling
Blog 4 months ago
Lights! Camera! Architecture! Cinematic Strategies for Architectural Storytelling

OK, I’ll admit it. I well up in tears watching almost any episode of This Is Us. Have I gone soft? Have I become an easily manipulated emotional...

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We Change What We Design By Changing Who Designs It
Blog 4 months ago
We Change What We Design By Changing Who Designs It

In June 2018, Perkins+Will's Director of Global Diversity, Gabrielle Bullock, was sworn in as President of the International Interior Design...

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NeoCon 2018: Our Take on the Trends
Blog 4 months ago
NeoCon 2018: Our Take on the Trends

The official countdown may have already started for NeoCon 2019 (354 days, 19 hours, 49 minutes, and 46 seconds, for those keeping track), but we...

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VIDEO: Building the Most Innovative Square Mile on Earth
Blog 5 months ago
VIDEO: Building the Most Innovative Square Mile on Earth

Take a tour of Kendall Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts to learn more about the history of this neighborhood and its evolution into a global...

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Co-Piloting Seattle's Living Building Pilot Program
Blog 5 months ago
Co-Piloting Seattle's Living Building Pilot Program

Can we shape buildings to optimize experiential, environmental, and economic performance? Seemi Hasan and Rachel Meyers, one of several student...

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