Our team conducted research to learn different approaches to improve the wayfinding experience among occupants.
Our new imaging room at Massachusetts General Hospital is designed to take the scare out of the CT scan for patients.
Today, we explore the proposed design of what will be the new Hengqin Hospital.
Earlier this month we hosted a Metropolis Think Tank event focused on the use of architectural mockups in healthcare design.
Following an international design competition, we are thrilled to announce we have been selected for the planning and design of a new hospital in Zhuhai, China.
Using mock-ups for healthcare projects allows future users, medical staff and owners to experience and examine the space during the design process.
On August 8, we will host our second Metropolis Think Tank event led by Metropolis’s director of design innovation Susan S. Szenasy.
Learn more about our recently completed 5.3 Cardiac Cath Lab Renovation at the Lawrence + Memorial Hospital.
The Cell Manipulation Core Facility is one of the largest facilities in the US specializing in the research and production of cancer treatments.
When practicing architecture internationally, keep in mind these nine things.
We recently built a full-scale mock-up of an inpatient room to foster an open dialogue with hospital users and to ensure space efficiency for an inpatient building currently under design.
The Cell Manipulation Core Facility is one of the largest facilities in the United States specializing in the research and production of customized cancer treatments.
The new CMCF at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute is nearing completion.
We introduced our firm to architect Alison Killing, a bold architect unafraid to tackle what has become a taboo subject in polite conversation.
Planning for the future in healthcare design can save time, resources and disruptions in service.
Associate Principal Stuart Baur shares his experience working on our “You Are Here: Wendy’s Welcome to the ED” video project.
The project will include medical oncology and imaging facilities utilizing approximately 140,000 RSF of the third and fourth floors of the Life Time Center building.
Covering a site of almost 30 acres, the Fifth XiangYa Hospital will accommodate over 100,000 patients a day.
During a Young Designer’s Core event, Payette’s George Marsh, Jr., discussed the evolution of healthcare design.