Perkins & Will: selected and current works
Larry Perkins describes the firm's philosophy: 'While we enjoy recognition, the applause we seek is the quiet trust and satisfaction of clients and public who know that their interests have been thoughtfully served'. From its early beginnings more than 65 years ago, Perkins & Will has evolved into an international firm characterised by its ability to transform commonplace building programs into uncommon designs and to work with clients in very successful ways. Perkins & Wills portfolio of buildings is vast in quantity as well as scope, and includes schools, higher education, laboratories, healthcare, corporate, civic, residential and interiors projects, completed in 49 states and 37 countries. This monograph is a comprehensive overview of Perkins & Will's substantial body of work.
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4-story A.T. Kearney Aerial view American Institute Architects 1993 architecture Associate Architect atrium building's campus Chicago Chapter classroom Community Education Village complex courtyard Crate & Barrel creates curtainwall curved Design Principal Design/Completion Distinguished Building Award E.Johnson Managing Principal east elevation Emory University entrance entry exterior facility Fallon McElligott feet Concrete structure feet Steel structure functions Ground floor plan Headquarters Honor Award Illinois Institute of Architects Interior Designer International School Jerry Johnson Johnson Project laboratory labs lobbv lobby located Miami MidState Medical Center Model view Nicola Casciato O'Hare International Airport Orland Park pavilion Perkins Piedmont Hospital Planners Principal in Charge Project Architect Project Designer Project Manager Project Team quadrangle Ralph E.Johnson Managing roof Senior Designer Shedd Aquarium square feet Concrete square feet Steel Steel structure Brick Temple Hoyne Buell Thomas Mozina tower Troy High School vertical View from north View from southwest wall William Doerge wings