WAITING ROOM TIMES vary, but if you have to wait, why not wait in this serene, non-medical, sophisticated setting? Walls are covered in a largely scaled golden damask contract wallpaper. Wood veneers in a harlequin pattern complete the front of the nurses’ station.
THIS PRACTICES DELIVERS over 250 babies a year, so the patients’ restroom needed to not only be gorgeous and able to withstand lots of wear and tear, but also be family friendly and accommodate lots of baby carriages. Can you believe that we used textured pool tiles to waterproof and accent the back wall? At $1.75 a square foot they make a beautiful and…
THE EXAMINATION ROOMS were designed with a palette in the blue-grey spectrum to help soothe patients, making them feel as comfortable as possible. All rooms are also equipped with privacy curtains and dressing areas.
Given a small space with piles of essential work, the design for this office won Sheree the 2010 ASID Design Excellence Bronze Award. Contemporary furnishings open up the room while use of the alcove for storage purposes alleviates desk space from stress-producing clutter. The compact design reduces traffic pressure beyond the office by allowing more space for hallways and staff amenities.
THE NURSES’ STATION is the hub of the office. If the hub gets congested, the flow of the office is affected. Therefore this control center was centrally placed to allow for patients to check in through the waiting room but check out in an alcove area of the hallway. The back office with additional support staff is located behind the station.