Children's Medical Center Dallas installs interactive exhibit

By Healthcare Facilities Today
January 29, 2014
Chad M. Davis, AIA

As part of its yearlong centennial celebration, Children's Medical Center Dallas renovated its hospital lobby space to include a high-tech, interactive exhibit. The installation was highlighted in Health Facilities Management magazine's "Last Detail" feature.

Th exhibit that displays the medical center's history, accomplishments and many donors over the past 100 years. The design features layered panels of wood and etched glass, illustrative storybooklike graphics, colorful LED lighting and a large digital screen wall, the article said.

The central theme of the exhibit, created by West Office Exhibition Design, is the realization of the vision articulated for Children's by founder and nurse May Smith, the article said. The project was a collaboration of Children's Medical Center, WHR Architects, the Beck Group, West Office Exhibition Design and others.

Read the article and view a larger image of the exhibit.



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