Scott Fallick, AIA, LEED AP is the Associate Director of Design Strategy at Perkins Eastman. In his 7 years at PE, he has spearheaded environmental psychology studies investigating collaboration and well-being in healthcare, higher education, and workplace environments. He leverages his MBA background with his experience across architectural disciplines, using measurable data and long-term planning to generate designs that can advance clients’ larger organizational objectives. He complements this approach by providing a platform for a diverse cross-section of users, a human-centered design strategy, to create spaces that reflect their needs—both personal and professional.
Scott is a certified architect in the State of New York, a LEED-accredited professional, and has a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Southern California. He recently received his MBA at the UCLA Anderson School of Management.
As new hybrid work environments become more prevalent, the Perkins Eastman’s Design Strategy team explores the concept of the Fourth Place – a place that combines the functions of home, work, and public space.