Interior Design - February 2014

Healthcare Design magazine honors Rising Star

David Ruthven, co-lead and creative director, NXT Health, gained national attention for the Patient Room 2020 project


Serene interior design and art reflect spirit of Parkinson's support facility

Every design feature needed to complement the intended outcome: the creation of a unique facility for Parkinson's patients and caregivers


Hospital offices designed for teamwork

When a team begins to design a healthcare office environment, it is important to understand the collaborative environment


NYSID exhibit explores design for cancer patients

New York School of Interior Design announces an exhibition called Maggie's Centres: A Blueprint for Cancer Care, from March 7-April 25, 2014


Simulated NICU shows impact of design on function

'Patient Experience Simulation Lab' experience is guided with input from actual clinicians, patients and families


Patient of the future offers new vision of care

Design team creates a smarter patient room that looks like it belongs in a space station


How a hospital room can help patients heal

Facility design moving from being caregiver centered to patient centered


Maine healthcare center's fresh look reflects surroundings

Andre Health Care Facility's interior renovation includes new light fixtures, acoustic tiles in the ceilings, furniture and floor tiles, as well as a new color scheme that reflects nearby marshes, wetlands and trees


Children's hospitals often lead the way on innovation

Calming colors on the walls, dial-up dining service and MRI machines designed for comfort are recent changes inspired by children's hospitals


Children's Medical Center design used to unite different groups in new space

Engineering, safety, and planning design & construction needed a space that would unite them as it educated the greater organization on the value that they provide


Toronto dental facility recognized by interior design award

In addition to a new facade, the facility has a new roof with a large skylight to bring daylight into the center of the linear space. The ground floor had to be raised to meet code and that necessity became a virtue, giving the reception area, elevated above the street, a stage-like presence.



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