Description - Inside by Perkins+Will
Established in 1935 and known as a leader in design innovation, sustainability, and social responsibility, Perkins+Will has grown to over 1,500 employees in 22 offices worldwide. With an interiors practice led by the strength of their corporate and healthcare work, the interiors staff of more than 300 is ranked #4 in 2013's Interior Design Giants and has shaped more than 31.5 million square feet annually. Inside features beautiful photography of projects from around the world, including museums, primary schools, colleges, hospitals, workspaces, libraries, and recreation centers. The images capture the way a space can create personal and meaningful moments through the way light hits a wool carpet, the texture of a reclaimed wood wall, or the way a five-story atrium takes your breath away--one can imagine the sounds, the smells, and the energy of these spaces where art and materiality intersect.
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Author Biography - Perkins+Will
Since 1935, Perkins+Will has created innovative and award-winning designs for the world's most forward-thinking clients. Engaged, accessible, and collaborative, its staff of 1,500 professionals brings together high design, functional performance, and social responsibility to advance project goals. Among many notable AIA and other awards and recognition, Perkins+Will has been ranked #4 in Interior Design Magazine's 2013 Top 100 Healthcare Giants; ranked #4 in Interior Design Giants 2013 and one of the Most Admired firms by Interior Design; and ranked #5 among The World's Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Architecture by Fast Company (2013) for leading the crusade to clean up our buildings from hospitals to schools by using better building materials. Perkins+Will advocates for healthier people through healthier buildings, meaning no more paints, countertops, or carpets with chemical toxins.