It’s good to stay up-to-date with the latest in healthcare design. So let’s go back to basics & cover 3 mistakes to avoid in your healthcare architecture.
What do free meals, slides in place of stairs, on-site fitness centers, and Lego stations all have in common? They all come with being a Google employee.
Many schools today are decades old and haven’t undergone a major redesign since they were originally built. A lot has changed since then.
Did you know that the current national unemployment rate is 3.6 percent, with our region averaging only 2.5 percent? The last time it was this low was1969!
A core aspect of advancing our country’s higher education system is improving the community college experience for students.
Noisy, featureless waiting rooms are quickly becoming a thing of the past. Healthcare organizations continually work to improve their patient experience.
Refining architecture of workspaces isn’t a cure-all for being disconnected, but, designing more socially conscious architecture will make an impact.
What does your school look like? And how engaged are your students? Does design really matter in K12 schools? Does it make a change in learning?
Often times the spotlight healthcare is pointed toward larger urban facilities while rural facilities are left in the dust. It’s important that they’re not.
How can you encourage students to take the stairs instead of the elevator? Or to walk to class instead of driving? Active design may just be the answer!
You probably spend most of your day in or around buildings. But have you considered how these buildings are actively affecting your quality of life?
Businesses aren’t the only ones benefiting from natural light. Colleges & universities are seeing increased performance when designing with natural light.
When thinking about ways to improve student & staff productivity in a school, could there be a layer that isn’t as apparent?
Wood might just turn out to be the building material of choice in the future. And that has us pondering “what if.” Of course, timber has been around for a long time. But with recent advancements in materials, it now has potential for a comeback!
How can we improve the architecture of our workplaces to address the unique set of needs for both introverts and extroverts?