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Perkins+Will’s Studio // Creating ideas + buildings that honor the broader goals of society in Atlanta and around the world 🍑
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Perkins+Will Dec 11
Designed by our studio, the new HQ for is a biophilic workplace, featuring a façade that mimics the natural, dappled light of a forest. More on :
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Metropolis Magazine Dec 10
Forest for the trees: brings biophilic design to 's Atlanta HQ:
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Perkins+Will Atlanta Dec 1
🎵Oh, the weather outside is frightful🎵, but the is celebrating its 38th delightful year!
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Sally Salado ☀ Nov 30
Team is ready to get into the holiday spirit with our neighbors across the street!
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Perkins+Will Atlanta Nov 27
We're on a mission to help fight hunger! Donate to our team page today and will match!
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Perkins+Will Atlanta Nov 27
What's the most important element of a great architect-developer partnership? According to : "Understanding your partner and their mission in the world." [ on our unique relationship with ]
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Perkins+Will Nov 19
We proudly stand with and 177 other companies to support the rights of members of the community—because human rights are non-negotiable, and because a diverse workforce is better, stronger, and more innovative.
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Perkins+Will Atlanta Nov 16
We loved being a part of it!
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Perkins+Will Atlanta Nov 16
'Topping Out' celebration for Wellness Center at . Congrats to all involved!
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Perkins+Will Austin Nov 15
ICYMI: hosted 3 stops during 's intercity visit to Atlanta. Thank you to , and a special shout out to and Valdis Zusmanis who shared the story of the Beltline and led our ATX Delegation on a remarkable tour.
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Perkins+Will Atlanta Nov 14
We're getting a crash course in some of the amazing work our Research experts are engaged in!
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Perkins+Will Atlanta Nov 14
Leo Alvarez, 's Landscape Architecture Leader, weighs in on his favorite public spaces, most gratifying projects, and how he manages his time between the Atlanta and Miami studios.
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Perkins+Will Atlanta Nov 9
Thanks to Jimmy Mitchell at for the Building for Innovative Sustainable Design!
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Perkins+Will Atlanta Nov 7
Great questions from a very engaged audience! Topics include biophilia, gentrification, psychology, and data-driven design.
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Kelly Roberts Nov 7
“Architects and designers have a responsibility to ask the question that isn’t being asked” when designing for social impact. Good design can impact the health and welllness of an entire neighborhood or community.
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Metropolis Magazine Nov 7
"Design can be the way that every year you avoid those six pounds...[architects] can help people to make that choice to use the stairs". - Liz York
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Metropolis Magazine Nov 7
"Through interviews, watching what [clients] do, [architects] can use what they learn to reframe the problem...what you're asked to do may not make the most [social impact]." - Laura Flusche
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Paula Burns McEvoy, FAIA Nov 7
is proud to host this brilliant panel at Think Tank. Thx Laura, Heather, Liz, Avinash + for joining us on a rainy day!
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Perkins+Will Atlanta Nov 7
Every year, hospitals file a report on their community's biggest health challenges (mental health, diabetes, obesity, etc.) "This is information that any architect or designer can go out and get!"
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Perkins+Will Atlanta Nov 7
Liz York, RE: an office study in which stairwells were given a makeover (artwork, music, planting) to test impact on use vs. elevators. Turns out music was the #1 motivating factor! 🎵
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