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January 31, 2024

Perkins Eastman


Global architecture and design firm Perkins Eastman announced that John Shoesmith, co-founder of Shoesmith Cox Architects, has joined as principal in its Seattle studio and is now a part of the firm's international senior living practice. With more than 30 years of experience, Shoesmith's work involves the full continuum of senior living including active adult, life plan communities, assisted living, long-term care environments, and intentional intergenerational communities. He is committed to creating high quality memory care environments that allow residents to continue to be active, successful, and have a sense of purpose. His advocacy and participation with nonprofit organizations and working groups, including the Facilities Guideline Institute, have helped establish policy and recommendations at the industry-wide level for the planning, design, and construction of senior living and healthcare facilities. In his role, Shoesmith will collaborate with clients on projects nationwide. Perkins Eastman ‘s practice draws on its 1,000 professionals networked across 25 studios worldwide.

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