Metropolis profiles CannonDesign's behavioral-health studio—a multidisciplinary pool of in-house experts that helm projects in their highly specialized field.
Metropolis's latest Think Tank event, held at the Boston offices of HDR, addressed how architecture and design professionals can design for humanity.
The architects collaborated with an Italian yacht builder and Paolo Cassina Custom Interiors for this luxe 7,000-square-foot clinic located above Fifth Avenue in New York City.
The project exemplifies the healthcare industry’s turn toward hospitality, here evident in a series of community spaces, landscaped gardens, and even a fireplace.
The products Hubbell introduced this year are carefully considered from the perspective of every stakeholder in health care.
When Nemschoff realized the need for comfortable, residential-style furniture in the health-care sector, it began looking into its archives for inspiration.
Senior facilities are transforming into open centers that expand the concept of personal well-being
In some of the best workplaces, the most interesting parts are often not visible to the eye.
These five projects encapsulate how hospitality design principles are being used to create welcoming, warm, cutting-edge healthcare spaces.
Presenting the seven recipients of the AIA National Healthcare Design Awards.
Susan S. Szenasy talked to members of the Miami office of Perkins+Will about the mutually supportive role interior and exterior spaces play in healthcare environments.
Mercy's Virtual Care Center offers a dynamic new alternative to health care, this time without beds.
ZGF Architects outlines six vital principles to follow when designing spaces that support circadian health.
Metropolis Think Tank visits WHR Architects and healthcare experts to discuss the process of designing healthy environments for patients, their families, and clinicians alike.
Emphasizing transparency and permanence, a new Planned Parenthood in Queens, N.Y., hopes to be a replicable template for future clinics.
Humane hospital care is subverted by an outmoded practice: metrics based design.
The Arup fellow and director of the UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay discusses the future of hospital design.
The design director of Perkins+Will Miami on how architects can help lead a new era of integrated and pluralistic approaches to wellness
Access to nature is vital to our health-care system.
To facilitate collaboration, the Translational Research Institute puts sunlight and green space at its heart.