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Robin Guenther Named to Fast Company's 100 Most Creative People in Business
New York–based principal Robin Guenther has been named to Fast Company Magazine's 100 Most Creative People in Business ranking. The annual list of 100 important people looks to celebrate the...
Phil Freelon Named One of Fast Company’s Most Creative People
Phil Freelon, Design Director of the North Carolina practice of Perkins+Will, is one of the world’s 100 most creative people , according to Fast Company. The global business news and media brand...
Video Series: Vancouver Projects. People. Process.
Projects – Day in the Life Capturing a ‘day in the life’ of a selection of our notable projects, this video offers a unique interpretation revealing a glimpse of their use in the course of everyday...
Perkins+Will is a people business because it is only through the extraordinary creativity and talent of our people that we are able to create transformative design. To deliver on our firm's mission,...
Twice on List of Most Influential People in Healthcare Design
Robin Guenther and Tama Duffy Day make the list of the "Most influential people in healthcare design" for the second year in a row.
People, Planet, Profit
Healthcare delivery systems are in a unique position as caretakers, large employers, and key community leaders to influence and impact the triple bottom line: commitment to people, planet and profit. Read the article at Sustainable Healthcare & Hospital Development Magazine online.
Perkins+Will Tops the List of Most Influential People in Healthcare Design
Robin Guenther and Tama Duffy Day make the list of the "Most influential people in healthcare design". Read more at Healthcare Design Magazine.
Recognizing Leadership: Our Firm. Our People
Perkins+Will congratulates the following emerging leaders in their Vancouver office, and announces the firm’s continued commitment to being one of Canada’s top places to work. "We are pleased to...
Think of a Table: Imagining Inclusivity in Design
Think of a table. Not a specific table, just a generic one. Did an image pop into your head? Chances are you thought of a simple square or round table, probably wood, with a leg in each corner or one...
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