Success at Perkins+Will is measured by how imaginatively a client's vision is translated into a finished product. The firm designs and strategises with a philosophy that places people at the centre of their work; collaboration is what propels their ...
design process forward. This approach is a Perkins+Will legacy, dating back to one of the firm's first and most prestigious projects, the 1930s Crow Island School, designed with the insight founder Larry Perkins gained from attending school with the children. This monograph explores the firm's work through its rich history, examining a variety of completed and conceptually designed projects that promote the firm's philosophy of "ideas and buildings that honour the broader goals of society."