Perkins+Will believe that design has the power to positively transform people and the planet. As curious, agile, and adaptable professionals, we craft solutions that inspire our clients and their communities, create positive long-term environmental, economic, and social change, and set new paradigms for the future.

Perkins+Will has been joining forces with globally recognized clients to set worldwide standards for design innovation and exceptional service since 1935. We have been providing master planning and architectural design for leading Iraqi clients since the 1980’s.

We are architects, interior designers, urban designers, landscape architects, consultants, and branded environment experts who approach design from all scales and perspectives. Our staff of 1,500 professionals brings together high design, functional performance, and social responsibility to advance project goals.

The firm combines a deeply humanistic approach with results-driven pragmatism to create dynamic spaces for people. Research-focused and inventive, every day we reimagine how space can be used to foster stronger ties between people, communities, the built environment, and nature. With nearly 1,000 LEED® Accredited Professionals, sustainable design and the use of healthy building materials are fundamental to our process. Our transformative designs help students learn better, patients heal faster, business teams perform stronger, and city dwellers have more meaningful daily experiences.

Perkins+Will has leveraged its core competencies and global reputation to forge success stories across the Americas, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Europe. As part of the Dar Group with Dar Al Handasah, IBBC member Penspen, T.Y. Lin International, R&H Railway, Pierre-Yves Rochon, IPA Energy + Water Consulting and Landrum & Brown, Perkins+Will has been immersed in international projects for decades. The current growth and vibrancy of the development market in Iraq is an ideal example of where our culture and design ideals align with specific clients and regions.

Areas of practice

  • Corporate + Commercial
  • Civic + Cultural
  • Healthcare
  • Higher Education
  • Hospitality + Residential
  • K-12 Education
  • Science + Technology
  • Sports + Recreation
  • Transportation

Disciplines

  • Architecture
  • Branded Environments
  • Interiors
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Planning + Strategies
  • Urban Design