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The Rec Center Reimagined: How Cities are Designing for Wellness
Fitness centers in Baltimore, Maryland, and El Paso, Texas, show that cities can offer high-level recreational services at a low cost, improving the well-being of all.
The Hospital Unlocking a Design Formula for Better Family Care
Spaces that promote comfort and kinship help level up patient care at a Charleston medical facility for women and children.
Los Angeles Architects and Leaders Take on Their City’s Homeless Crisis
Christopher Hawthorne, L.A.’s chief design officer, discusses how a culture of design innovation is helping tackle a growing calamity and provide dignity, shelter, and gracious interior spaces to thousands.
Reviving a Southern California Legacy Girl Scouts Camp
With new A-frame cabins and a communal dining hall, Perkins&Will sets Camp Lakota on a course for the next generation of scouting.
Specify Hot List: Perkins&Will, D.C.
The firm’s Washington, D.C., team is the first of its U.S. studios set to eliminate embodied carbon in commercial interiors by 2030.
Sustainability Experts Weigh in on the Metropolis Climate Toolkit
Metropolis brought together leading design firms and manufacturers in Washington, D.C., to workshop and update the Climate Toolkit for Interior Design.
In Raleigh, an Exhibition Pays Tribute to Phil Freelon’s Prolific Career
The North Carolina Museum of Art explores the career of Phil Freelon, who strove to define the African American identity through design.
Interior Solutions to the Climate Crisis
A Perspective: Sustainability panel examines how interior design can make an impact in a climate-conscious era.