Perkins+Will has published its 20th Research Journal, marking the publication’s 10 year anniversary.
The issue focus on several research topics, such as the occupant well-being within work environments, shadow box design and ventilating strategies, future mobility principles, as well as ongoing academic and professional collaborations.
A press statement from the company said that Perkins+Will Research Journal is one of the first peer-reviewed research journals coming from the architecture and design industry and t has made a significant impact on the design profession over the last decade.
“It has established a mechanism for documenting and sharing high-quality, peer-reviewed research associated with the built environment, and it has initiated a culture of research transparency within the design profession.”
The journal regularly presents the results of rigorous research studies and aims to find solutions to challenges that impact the entire design profession.
“By publicly sharing the results, we have opened up a new era for practice-based design research and initiated a culture of innovation in our profession—one where transparency is key,” the company said.
Over the last decade, Perkins+Will has published 95 articles, written by 136 authors, and peer reviewed by 180 research experts from academic institutions, research organisations, public agencies, and private entities.