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  • Study: Should Hospitals Seek LEED Certification?

    The cost premiums associated with LEED certification depend on a project’s size and when sustainable design principles are incorporated, according to a new report from Perkins+Will.

  • Firm Profile: Perkins+Will, Vancouver Office

    "Our firm was founded on a deep-seated belief in environmental responsibility. Whether it’s our continued commitment to the 2030 Challenge or our company initiatives like our Green Operations Plan that ensures our day-to-day operations are environmentally responsible, being sustainable is core to...

  • Preparing for Storm Surges

    Two designers actively engaged in New York City's resiliency efforts following Hurricane Sandy talk about the importance of addressing water surges with design.

  • Project Gallery: Earth Sciences Building (ESB)

    Carbon stored in this LEED Gold-certified Vancouver structure would be the equivalent of removing 415 cars from circulation for a year: User-generated architecture from Perkins+Will.

  • 2012 COTE Top Ten Green Project Firm: Perkins+Will

    At Perkins+Will, architects don't just "sprinkle on the green."

  • 2012 AIA COTE Top Ten Green Project: 1315 Peachtree Street

    A civic-focused, adaptive reuse project in downtown Atlanta by Perkins+Will transforms a 1986 office building into a living laboratory and educational tool for sustainable design.

  • Natural Symmetry

    Vancouver's VanDusen Botanical Garden's Visitor Centre promotes biodiversity in plant life and building systems

  • Material Culture

    How much do you know about the materials that you're using?

  • Transforming Medicine

    The new hospital at Chicago's Rush University Medical Center aims to reshape how care is delivered.

  • From Planes to Placemaking

    Edmonton wants to turn a historic airport into a carbon-neutral community for 30,000 residents. Two directors from Perkins+Will explain how it can be done.