Architecture - January 2017

Addiction facility in Berkshires takes advantage of natural setting

Swift River Massachusetts in the Berkshire mountains has an abundance of natural wildlife that can be used as a resource to help ground clients, according to an article on the Behavioral Healthcare Executive website

1/26/2017


Physical therapy facilities are changing with market

Physical therapy practices are adjusting to changes in technological advancements

1/26/2017


Healthcare design patients of all ages

Designers look for ways to design healthcare facilities for hard-to-classify 'boomers'

1/25/2017


Supporting team-based healthcare through design

Teamwork areas feature collaborative space that provide separation from the exam areas

1/17/2017


Designing healthcare facilities that benefit community life

Facilities can be interwoven into the fabric of urban life

1/17/2017


Healthcare architect discusses designing beyond big data

Healthcare Design asks Don Thomas, principal and director of interior design at BWBR, to share what’s got their attention

1/16/2017


Key aspects of wayfinding

A comprehensive wayfinding strategy lives at the intersection of healthcare facility design and communication, according to an article on the healthcare Design website

1/13/2017


Micro hospitals among 2016 healthcare trends

Small facilities allow providers to offer access to quality healthcare at a substantially lower cost than building a more traditional hospital, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website

1/11/2017


Designing a quiet healthcare facility

Pervasive noise elevates stress, blood pressure, heart rates and perception of pain, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website

1/3/2017



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