Interior Design - May 2014

Q&A: Trends in healthcare interior design

Interior designer Carolyn BaRoss discusses the trends and advancements of modern healthcare interior design


The origins of evidence-based design

A blog on the Healthcare Design website explores when the evidence-based design movement first began to find its footing


Nurturing a multigenerational healthcare staff

In most workplaces, there are employees from the silent generation, baby boomers, Generation X and Generation Y


Memory boxes fading in long-term care

Long-term care communities are moving away from using memory boxes as cuing tools for residents, according to an article on the Long-Term Living website


Pediatric rehabilitation gym uses interactive design

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center's Dutch-inspired rehab gym highlighted in the 'Last Detail' feature of Health Facilities Management magazine


Facility design essential to therapy

Vermont psychiatric hospital transforms inpatient clinical areas into inviting and healing spaces, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website


Murals brighten Bronx healthcare facility

New murals at a CenterLight Health Systems in-patient care facility highlight the best of the Bronx


Hospice centers offer home away from home

Healthcare Design article says that population changes mean both the number and size of facilites are growing


Designing for infection control

Blog on Healthcare Design website discusses how design can play a role in combating the epidemic of hospital-acquired infections


Architecture and interior design can support wayfinding

Center for Health Design discusses how specific design choices effect wayfinding in health facilities



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