Healthcare Interiors


After 56 years of serving Dallas-area residents as a Level I trauma center and a teaching hospital for the University of Texas Southwestern (UTSW) School of Medicine, Parkland Memorial Hospital is preparing for retirement, but its replacement looks to be more than capable.


Natural and artificial light plays a key role in the expansion of St. Joseph’s Health Systems’ medical campus in Patterson, N.J., which serves as a new portal to the highest quality of care in a calming and healing environment.

CollinsWoerman creates a new campus for the Swedish/Issaquah Medical Center that raises the bar for efficiency and comfort in healthcare design.

Tsoi/Kobus & Associates’ design for the new University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital turns the recovery process into a virtual safari with the help of a colorful palette and 15 storytelling friends.

Upon its completion in 2016, the NKS will make a strong case for the title of most environmentally friendly university hospital in the world.

Arlington, VA LEED-CI gold

HDR Architecture's new Advocate Condell West Tower addition in Libertyville, Ill. places its emphasis on patient-centered care, fostering a restorative culture that results in a higher level of medical care and better patient outcomes.

Tasked with building a facility for a totally new paradigm of health care delivery, San Francisco’s KMD Architects draw inspiration from the world of high-end hospitality for Seoul’s luxurious, futuristic Chaum Center.

The interior design of The Methodist Hospital Outpatient Center in Houston reinforces the patient experience with an environment that evokes hospitality rather than institutional design, all while setting new standards in health care delivery.

The newly designed Arlington Free Clinic, the first LEED Gold certified free clinic in the nation, fuses evidence-based and sustainable design concepts to provide a high level of care to a traditionally underserved population.
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