Kliment Halsband Architects and Perkins Eastman Join Forces

Perkins Eastman and Kliment Halsband Architects have merged. The merger provides a framework for combining Perkins Eastman’s expansive scale, deep reserve of design, and diverse portfolio with Kliment Halsband Architects’ renowned engagement in institutional design, its reputation for pragmatic innovation, and its leadership position within the industry.

Kliment Halsband will be known as Kliment Halsband­ Architects—A Perkins Eastman Studio, joining Perkins Eastman’s leaders in the K-12 and Colleges and Universities practices. The firms’ New York studios are co-located at 115 Fifth Ave., New York, New York.


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Posted April 11, 2022

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