Welcome to our London studio
London has long been considered the design capital of the world, and our studio is perfectly placed in the heart of the action. Sitting at the boundary between the fast-paced City of London and the eclectic melting pot of the East, our studio is a microcosm of the city itself. We bring the energy and flair of London through our doors—it’s a place where diversity thrives, collaboration is key, and design excellence leads the way.
Moderated by Jack Pringle, EMEA Regional Director, and Principal Adam Strudwick across two sessions, we held our latest webinar in the Future Dialogues series, drawing on our recent Road Map for Return document and AT HOME survey, to explore what will happen next for the future of the workspace in a post-Covid-19 world.
Our Perkins&Will speaker panel included Natalie Smith, Associate Principal of Workplace Strategy, Carlotta Dove, Organisational Psychologist, also from our Workplace Consultancy team, and Linzi Cassels, Principal and Design Director for Interiors.
Road Map for Return
Organisations are working towards a phased approach to returning to offices during the response to COVID-19.
We are partnering with clients to help them navigate a road map for safe return that requires a multifaceted approach to planning and change.
Grounded in public health guidance, these guidelines aim to support our clients in planning a safe, healthy, and resilient return to the office.
Welcome to Our New Irish Team
As part of our plan to meet Irish clients where they are—and to provide local project oversight backed by global design resources—we are pleased to announce our expansion into the capital city of Ireland.
Our new Dublin practice will be co-led by interior designer Justin Treacy, who recently joined the firm as principal, and architect Lydia Collis, an associate principal and recent graduate of the University College Dublin’s Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School.
Our expansion into Ireland’s capital reflects its commitment to Dublin and the surrounding region, and we are excited to embark on this new chapter in our firm’s history.
Completed in collaboration with property consultants Bidwells and strategic consultancy Blackstock, the report highlights the economic potential of the Oxford-Cambridge Arc. It sets out policies aimed at spurring regeneration in the area, which can also have positive implications for the rest of England.