Perkins + Will

Perkins + Will

Perkins+Will is a purpose-driven firm.

We aspire to find greater meaning in all of our actions and are never satisfied with the status quo. In our work and in our lives, we're deeply committed to improving our clients' businesses and organizations, our profession, ourselves and our society as a whole.

The five purposes below are the fundamental values of our practice. These values are more than abstract beliefs: they are the foundation for what drives all of us in all our actions and at every level of our firm.

Design: - forms the center of our practice.

Innovation: Knowledge, learning and research are the spirit of our firm.

Sustainability: Our respect for the natural world motivates everything we do.

Interdisciplinary Collaboration: We believe in the power of teams.

Social Purpose: The result of our work is to advance social well-being.

- See more at: http://www.perkinswill.ca/content/purpose#sthash.qy0HWuhF.dpuf

Company information

Toronto, ON Canada
+1 (416) 217 6520

Recent News

 Winnipeg's True North Square Spurts Above Hoarding
 Growth to Watch For 2017: Downtown Toronto Core
 Ryerson's Daphne Cockwell Complex Rising on Church Street
 Growth To Watch For 2017: Jarvis and Church Corridors
 U of T: Perkins + Will Design Expanding Mississauga Campus
 Riverfront Density
 Growth to Watch For 2017: North Etobicoke & Weston
 Growth To Watch For: Dupont, the Junction, and St. Clair West
 Henry Moore's 'The Archer' Celebrates 50th Anniversary
 Perkins + Will Proposes All-timber Supertall for Downtown Chicago
 Perkins + Will-Designed Leaning Towers Coming Soon to Seattle
 Seneca College Newnham Expanding with Perkins+Will Design
 Colourful New Albion District Library Taking Shape in Etobicoke
 Sprawling Riverfront Development Breaks Ground in Chicago
 Excavation Underway at Site of Winnipeg's Much-Anticipated True North Square
 Perkins+Will Reveal Plans for Atlanta's Second Tallest Building
 Throwback Thursday: View From Toronto City Hall's Green Roof
 (In)Complete: the Nathan Phillips Square Revitalization
 Construction Progressing On Two Ryerson University Buildings
 2016 Governor General's Architecture Medal Recipients Feature Four GTA Projects
 Relocated Peace Garden Rededicated at Nathan Phillips Square
 Ryerson Constructing Buildings on Church and Jarvis Streets
 Growth to Watch For in 2016: Downtown Toronto
 Growth to Watch For in 2016: The Jarvis and Church Corridors
 Riverline Complex to Add 3,600 Residential Units to South Loop
 True North Square To Transform Downtown Winnipeg
 Forum Finds VIII
 The Five Tallest Towers Proposed for Seattle
 Topping Off November 2015: What's Hot on UrbanToronto
 Ryerson Names Health Sciences Complex for Daphne Cockwell
 10th Annual Nuit Blanche Transforms Toronto Streets
 Our Favourite Photos of the Instantly Popular TORONTO Sign
 Nathan Phillips Square Revitalization Progressing
 The Story Behind Ryerson University's Next Big Development
 Perkins+Will Presents 'Public Space Rules' at Ryerson Architecture
 Church and Jarvis Streets: Growth to Watch For in 2015
 Work Continues on Nathan Phillips Square's Revitalization
 Plans Reveal New Details for Ryerson Church Street Development
 75 Mutual Joining Condo Developments near Dundas and Jarvis
 Renderings Released for Ryerson Church Street Development
 Continued Progress on the Revitalization of Nathan Phillips Square
 Doors Open 2014 Offers Rare Views Across Toronto
 University of Toronto Mississauga gets New Digs and more Transit
 PSR's Photo of the Day: Cold Skate
 Photo of the Day: Holiday in the Square
 Photo of the Day: Cavalcade of Lights
 Photo of the Day: Reflections at City Hall
 Ryerson Presents 2013/14 Architectural Science Lecture Series
 Phase Three Starting on Nathan Phillips Square Reno
 UofT Mississauga Expands to Attract the Best and Brightest
 New Work and New Artwork Mark Nathan Phillips Square Re-Do
 Photo of the Day: View From Canada Life Building
 Nathan Phillips Square Revitalization Creeps Towards Completion
 New Stage at Nathan Phillips Square to Open for New Year's
 Nathan Phillips Square Transforms into a True Gathering Place
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 Illuminated Fountains Add Colourful Splash to Nathan Philips Square
 Photo of the Day: Exploring the Elevated Walkway at Nathan Phillips Square
 Poll: Favourite New Post-Secondary Education Building or Expansion
 Photo Of The Day: Cavalcade Of Lights 2011 Impresses At City Hall
 Post-Secondary Students Return to Growing Campuses
 Photo Of The Day: Rest In Peace Jack Layton
 Skate Pavilion at Nathan Phillips Square Nears Completion
 Nathan Phillips Square Revitalization Updated
 Three High Profile City Projects Safely In The 2011 Proposed Capital Budget?
 Nathan Phillips Square Revitalization Continues Apace
 Doors Open 2010: Another Ten To See
 Facelift for 'shabby' Nathan Phillips Square: Square to Recieve $42.7 million Renovation
 Evocative Images of Lost Toronto: Proposed Eaton Centre
 Photo Of The Day - Toronto City Hall
 Photo Of The Day: Viewing City Hall From Behind

Projects


1015 2nd Avenue

1015 2nd Avenue, Perkins + Will , Seattle, Martin Selig Real Estate
1015 2nd Avenue, Seattle | Martin Selig Real Estate

707 Terry Avenue

707 Terry Avenue, Westbank, Perkins + Will, Seattle, Washington
707 Terry Avenue, Seattle | Westbank
Westbank Frye Highrise is a new apartment development by Westbank currently in preconstruction at 707 Terry Avenue, Seattle. The development has a total of 440 units. The architect is Perkins + Will go to project

Albion District Library

Albion Public Library, Perkins + Will, Toronto Public Library
1515 Albion Road, Toronto | Toronto Public Library
New Albion Public Library, featuring a design by architects Perkins + Will. The space will include quiet study spaces, a KidsStop Early Literacy Centre, a Digital Innovation Hub, added programming ... go to project

Centre for Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship (CITE)

Centre for Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship, Toronto, by Seneca
1750 Finch Avenue East, Toronto |
Proposal to construct a new Perkins + Will-designed academic and administrative building, along the Finch Avenue East frontage of the Seneca College Newnham Campus. The proposed building would ... go to project

River Beech Tower

River Beech Tower, Perkins+Will, Thornton Tomasetti, Chicago
, Chicago |
The River Beech Tower is a proposed 80-storey supertall designed by Perkins+Will with the aid of engineering firm, Thornton Tomasetti, set to go up in downtown Chicago. go to project

Riverline

Riverline, Chicago, United States, LendLease, CMK, Perkins + Will
600 South Wells Street, Chicago | Lendlease, CMK Companies

Ryerson University: Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex

Ryerson Church Street Development, by Perkins + Will
270 Church St, Toronto | Ryerson University
Ryerson University will be building a new mixed-use building known as the Church Street Development (CSD), which will be built just north of Dundas Street. Designed by the internationally ... go to project

Toronto City Hall and Nathan Phillips Square

Nathan Phillips Square Revitalization Toronto by Plant Architect, Perkins + Will
100 Queen St W, Toronto | City of Toronto
Since opening in 1965, Nathan Phillips Square has served as Toronto’s premier public space and civic gathering place, a leading tourist attraction, and a national and provincial landmark. Every ... go to project

Troy Laundry

Troy Laundry, Seattle, United States by Touchstone and Perkins + Will
300 Boren Avenue N, Seattle | Touchstone

U of T: UTM Instructional Centre

Instructional Centre at UTM, by Shore Tilbe Perkins + Will Canada
University of Toronto Mississauga, Mississauga | University of Toronto
Sited at the northern edge of the campus ring road, the Instructional Centre sits in close proximity to the popular Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre which Perkins + Will Canada also ... go to project

U of T: UTM North Building Reconstruction

North Building Reconstruction Phase B, exterior, image courtesy of University of
North Bldg, Mississauga | University of Toronto
North Building Reconstruction, Phases A and B The North Building, built more than forty years ago, was the oldest structure on the University of Toronto Mississauga campus. This building was ... go to project

York Community Centre

York Community Centre, Perkins + Will Architects, City of Toronto
Eglinton Av W @ Black Creek Dr, Toronto | City of Toronto
The York Community Centre is a 70,000 square foot building located in North Toronto. The program of the building includes an aquatics center, gymnasium, fitness center, pre-school room and ... go to project