Forrest Perkins is, since 2016, a distinct design studio of Perkins Eastman, a global architecture firm working out of 15 interdisciplinary offices around the world.
Founded in 1998, Forrest Perkins provides the highest quality interior design and architectural services.
With offices in Dallas, San Francisco, Washington DC, and New York, ForrestPerkins delivers exceptional designs for owners of luxury hotels, resorts, branded residences, and distinctive multi-residential developments.
Here are the best luxury design projects by Perkins+Will!
Hotel brands include St. Regis, Ritz-Carlton, Four Seasons, Fairmont, The Luxury Collection, JW Marriott, Waldorf Astoria, and Autograph Collection.
The sophisticated but understated color scheme provides the backdrop for the event of a lifetime. Where better to show off that extravagant ball gown than at the Ritz-Carlton Dallas?
The Fairmont San Francisco
Blue is regaining power. This color can literally be the new black in the fashion and design industry. It’s a flexible, simple, and fascinating shade that can serve whether as a neutral or statement color in an interior design.
Their multi-residential clients include Toll Brothers, Kettler, Bozzuto, Forest City, and Southern Land as well as branded residences for major hotel brands.
The Acadia at Metropolitan Park
The interior design at Acadia luxury multi-residential project developed by Kettler was inspired by the concept of “Modern Zen”. The ideas of Zen gardens, natural materials, and sweeping curves reflect this concept.
Canvas Active Adult Community
The first age-restricted active adult community for The Bozzuto Group, Canvas’ hospitality environment complements their current and future resident lifestyles. The result instills a sense of discovery and richness of experience for residents.
They approach each design as an opportunity to tell a unique story and choreograph a personalized experience through attention to design and detail.
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