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Embracing person-centered design

Embracing person-centered design

Architecture in the healthcare industry is uniquely challenging because we are not just designing a building, we are creating a space for healing. We approach each project mindful that we are addressing the needs of not just patients, but providers, caregivers and everyone whose lives they touch.

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Chapel Haven – Aging in Place Building
Schleifer Adult Independent Living Building (SAIL)
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Danbury Hospital
Peter and Carmen Lucia Buck Pavilion
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Kaiser Permanente
Murrieta Medical Office Building
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University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
Pediatric Specialty Clinic
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Middlesex Hospital
Shoreline Medical Center
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Griffin Hospital
The Center for Cancer Care
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Public Safety Academy
(CREC Civil Leadership High School)
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Chapel Haven
Residential / Education Facility (REACH)
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Samaritan Medical Center
Walker Center for Cancer Care
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The Lexington School
Master Plan and Implementation