Architecture - February 2014

Healthcare Design magazine honors educator

James Shraiky is the founder of the Healthcare Design Initiatives department at Arizona State University


Healthcare Design magazine honors Firm of the Year

Perkins+Will work with the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital attention for its waterfront facility with endless daylighting, resilient and green features and integration with the community


Architect honored by Healthcare Design magazine

Laura Poltronieri firm focuses exclusively on healthcare facilities serving children, infants, and mothers


Architect discusses influencing the next generation of designers

Healthcare Design magazine's 'Take Five' series asks healthcare design professionals about what's got their attention


Bangkok hospital focuses on attracting medical tourism business

Bumrungrad International Hospital's new women and children's campus will include concierge service on the first floor and retail and dining on the second


N.Y. laboratory a demonstration of new design ideas

Molecular Therapeutics laboratory includes more flexible spaces and a welcoming and relaxed environment for researchers


Army hospital opens first expansion in 30 years

Winn Army Community Hospital is part of a two-phase $74 million project to revitalize facility


When reality hits the perfect hybrid OR project

Proactive strategies are needed to keep the project on track and produce a successful outcome


In healthcare design, patients rather than facilities are the customer

The end user of a healthcare project design is the patient, and that person defines value


Landscape designer's insights into a healing garden

Healthcare Design's 'Take Five' series asks healthcare design professionals about what's got their attention


SickKids Research Institute designed for vertical interaction

New 778,000-square-foot tower in downtown Toronto brings together 200 principal investigators and a staff of nearly 2,000 people


Renovated Craig Hospital doubles size of outpatient clinic

Englewood, Colo., facility adds 85,000 square feet of new space and approximately 135,000 square feet of renovated space including a new aquatic therapy pool


Long-term care facility renovates to fit Boomers

New assisted living facility was designed to look like an assemblage of two- and three-story townhomes, but is very much a unified structure on the interior


Key elements for pediatric ambulatory care spaces

Designer emphasizes flexibility, security and community ties


Take a virtual tour of The Palace at Coral Gables

Architectural and design criteria were focused on an upscale clientele of senior residents seeking to maintain their accustomed lifestyle among familiar surroundings


Boomers looking for connected long-term care facilities

They are seeking a lifestyle that allows them to remain an active part of their town or city


CEO explains Michigan hospital's luxe makeover

Hospital near Detroit feels like a luxury hotel and treats patients like guests



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