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


Physical therapy facilities are changing with market

Physical therapy practices are adjusting to changes in technological advancements


Healthcare design patients of all ages

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


Supporting team-based healthcare through design

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


Designing healthcare facilities that benefit community life

Facilities can be interwoven into the fabric of urban life


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


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


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


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



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