Perkins and Will


Design Quarterly

Carbon tool offers real-time material information

The Tally Climate Action Tool will provide open, real-time access to material and product information to choose low-carbon material options.

Design Quarterly

Perkins & Will transforms campus gateway

A new gateway building at the historic entrance to the UBC Point Grey campus will reflect its reputation as a world class university.

Design Quarterly

SoLo house earns Passive House certification

Designed by Perkins+Will, SoLo is an all-wood house in a remote area of B.C.’s Coast Mountains that has earned Passive House certification.
School of Continuing Studies

REMI Network

York U kicks off rise of School of Continuing Studies

York University virtually broke ground on the first dedicated structure for its School of Continuing Studies to celebrate the new Keele campus facility.

Design Quarterly

Report advises against antimicrobial products

Perkins and Will research shows antimicrobial building products have no proven health benefits and advises against the use of the during the pandemic.
energy strategy

Design Quarterly

Perkins and Will offers project carbon assessments

Perkins and Will announced the firm will begin offering clients a Carbon Impact Statement with every Western Canada project at no additional cost.
Perkins Calgary

Design Quarterly

Perkins and Will expands Calgary studio

After 20 years of delivering research-driven, human-centered design solutions to clients in Alberta, Perkins and Will has expanded its Calgary studio.
wood busby

Construction Business

Busby: timber trailblazer

Architect and timber advocate Peter Busby is taking his passion for wood to another level, having worked with all manner of wood over the years.

Design Quarterly

Perkins and Will acquires Penoyre & Prasad

Global architecture and design firm Perkins and Will has acquired Penoyre & Prasad, based in London, United Kingdom.

REMI Network

First phase of Galleria on the Park revealed

Located at the corner of Dufferin and Dupont in Toronto's west end the project began in 2015.