Perkins + Will
Perkins+Will is an interdisciplinary architecture and design firm that consistently ranks among the world's top design companies. The architects behind such projects as the US Coast Guard Headquarters, Vancouver's sustainable VanDusen Botanical Gardens Visitor Centre, and Atlanta's BeltLine, it's no surprise they were chosen to design No.2 Opus Place.
Founded on the belief that design has the power to transform lives and enhance communities, Perkins+Will employs more than 2,000 professionals across over 20 offices including some of the brightest minds in architecture and design. The company's 10 Research Labs catalyze innovative design technologies and solutions for better, smarter, and more competitive built environments.
Partner companies include retail strategy and design consultancy Portland; sustainable transportation planning consultancy NelsonNygaard; healthcare technology planning firm Genesis Planning; and luxury hospitality design firm Pierre-Yves Rochon. Their No.2 Opus Place design brings a modern sensibility to the cultural and commercial corridors of Midtown.
Interior design firm Champalimaud has partnered with clients to create some of the world's most distinctive properties–the Waldorf Astoria lobby, the UK's serene Gainsborough Spa, and the airy Founder's Ridge at Sundance, to name a few. Champalimaud excels at transforming context and heritage into compelling stories and unparalleled experiences, and their atelier of designers considers all the elements that define a space–history, setting, purpose and, above all, people–as they develop each project's unique expression.
The company's designers possess an understanding of all aspects of a project, from strategic planning through expert craftsmanship and elegant styling, which enables the creation of bespoke luxury environments. Their imaginative and forward thinking design teams are leading successful award-winning projects around the globe, including in Atlanta's Midtown where they're positioning No.2 Opus Place as an interlude between modernity, couture, and grace.