As architects, we see the opportunity to solve environmental challenges through design. We created the Cradle to Cradle® Design Framework as a positive, hopeful vision of a world of abundance, allowing us to design humane buildings, spaces and experiences that create “more good” for the world, not just “less bad.”
WM+P is pleased to support and celebrate Amazon in their announcement of a ‘Climate Pledge Friendly’ badge on their website.
William McDonough, co-author of Cradle to Cradle: Remaking The Way We Make Things and founder of William McDonough + Partners (WM+P), was recently a guest on Bill Nye’s Science Rules! podcast.
WM+P and Park 20|20 were recognized in National Geographic’s March 2020 Cover Story: “Is a World Without Trash Possible?”
William McDonough + Partners’ (WM+P) has received the prestigious Regional Excellence Award from WoodWorks.
This year marks the fifth year that William McDonough has overseen the assembly and disassembly of the ICEhouse™
The office’s foundation is based on WM+P founder William McDonough’s original aspiration of designing buildings like trees.
William McDonough + Partners (WM+P) has received an Architecture Award as well as a Citation for Sustainable Design from AIA DC.
WM+P joined HITT Contracting today at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the official opening.
William McDonough was named in Fortune Magazine’s sixth annual list of the World’s 50 Greatest Leaders.
Arup Group’s Guideline for Building Services Design was inspired by the Cradle to Cradle® concept including a foreword from William McDonough.
MT products are most exciting when looked at through the frameworks of Cradle to Cradle Design™ and Design for the Circular Economy™
Construction began on SHARE, our newest colorful addition and the park’s second multi-tenant Class A structure.