Cancer center has two-story indoor garden

November 18, 2014
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

The garden in the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute's Yawkey Center for Cancer Care in Boston features seasonal flowers, shrubs and plants, including stands of bamboo that are nurtured by grow lamps in the ceiling, according to the "Last Detail" feature on the Health Facilities Management website.

The 1,790-square-foot space meets requirements for infection control and maintenance, the article said. The center’s interior design uses curves, rounded elements, natural light and calming colors.

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