Practice Profile: Perkins and Will

01 May 2020

Perkins and Will, an interdisciplinary, research-based architecture and design firm, was founded in 1935 on the belief that design has the power to transform lives.

Guided by its core values - design excellence, diversity and inclusion, research, resilience, social purpose, sustainability, and well-being—the firm is committed to designing a better, more beautiful world. Fast Company named Perkins and Will one of the World’s Most Innovative Companies in Architecture, and industry rankings consistently place Perkins and Will among the world’s top design practices.

With 20 studios worldwide, Perkins and Will provides services in architecture, interior design, branded environments, urban design, and landscape architecture.

To get in touch, call +12142838721email Laura.Crawford@perkinswill.com or visit our website https://perkinswill.com.

2020 WAN Awards: sectors winners

2020 WAN Awards: sectors winners

Gold, silver and bronze winners for the Civic, Commercial, Education, Healthcare, Leisure, Mixed Use, Residential and Urban Landscape categories

York University celebrates twisted design for School of Continuing Studies in Canada

York University celebrates twisted design for School of Continuing Studies in Canada

The new building designed by Perkins & Will, located at York University's Keele campus in Canada, is the first dedicated structure for its School of Continuing Studies

WELL, BREEAM and a mossy dream: office interiors of 2020

WELL, BREEAM and a mossy dream: office interiors of 2020

Whether you’re working from home or you’re back in the office, these workplace interiors may surprise

Female Frontiers Judge: Gabrielle Bullock, Principal, Director of Global Diversity, Perkins&Will, United States

Female Frontiers Judge: Gabrielle Bullock, Principal, Director of Global Diversity, Perkins&Will, United States

Gabrielle oversees Perkins&Will's Diversity, Inclusion, Engagement programme and her role as principal and the firm's Director of Global Diversity enables her to combine her passion for architecture and social justice to effect positive change at a micro and macro level