Metropolis profiles CannonDesign's behavioral-health studio—a multidisciplinary pool of in-house experts that helm projects in their highly specialized field.
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 new St. Bartholomew’s Hospital support facility, which opened Monday, is a sensitive new neighbor in a historic context.
Boston Children’s Hospital will soon replace its beloved Prouty Garden with a rooftop greenspace roughly one-third its size—but will this new space truly be the haven patients deserve?
Mercy's Virtual Care Center offers a dynamic new alternative to health care, this time without beds.
Humane hospital care is subverted by an outmoded practice: metrics based design.
If design doesn’t focus on aspects of the natural world that contribute to human health and productivity in the age-old struggle to be fit and survive, it’s not biophilic.
Architect and urban studies expert Deane Simpson discusses aging in place and rethinking senior citizen communities.
The Arup fellow and director of the UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay discusses the future of hospital design.