Merger

         Uniting the creative energies of two legacy firms, Perkins Eastman and Pfeiffer Partners Architects are excited to announce their pending merger, which will combine the formidable talents, culture, and design processes of both.  Perkins Eastman, a global architecture and design firm with more than 1,000 employees, has worked on projects on five continents in 60 countries.  Its portfolio reflects expertise in multiple practice areas with globally renowned strengths in healthcare, senior living, large-scale mixed use, higher education, K-12, hospitality, and workplace design as well as planning, urban design, and strategic consulting.  Pfeiffer, a successor firm of Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates, based in Los Angeles, California, and New York City, New York, is known for its depth of experience in the arts, libraries, historic preservation, renovations, adaptive reuse, and interior design as well as creative design solutions.  

         This mutually beneficial merger provides a platform for collaboration across disciplines and offices, combining the opportunity to draw on the considerable market credibility, resources, and geographic reach that Perkins Eastman provides with the design expertise in programming, planning, architecture, and interior design that Pfeiffer offers.  The two firms share a strong commitment to client service, mentoring, research, and design innovation.

         Pfeiffer, now known as Pfeiffer, Perkins Eastman studio, will lead key practice areas in the combined firm, including in the arts, libraries, and renovation/preservation/adaptable reuse, joining Perkins Eastman leaders in higher education, science and technology, healthcare, senior living, large-scale mixed use, K-12, hospitality, and workplace design.  While the firms’ New York studios will co-locate, their respective studios in Los Angeles, which are close to one another, will physically remain where they are, while being technologically connected.  The teams look forward to working

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