Textiles are key to designing health and safety into our hospitals—and the industry is changing its thinking about how these fabrics should be made.
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.
We catch up with the renowned architect and discuss Zaha Hadid, his Maggie's Centre St. Bart's, and why postmodernism was so terrible.
We speak with Brenda Rosen, the President and CEO of Breaking Ground, about the power and potential of supportive housing.
Studio Dental, a mobile dental care facility, uses space as efficiently as possible and ensures patient comfort down to every detail.
Susan S. Szenasy talked with the principals of Houston-based Kirksey Architecture about design advocates and how material sustainability and building codes reflect regional conditions.
As part of the Metropolis Think Tank series, Susan S. Szenasy arrived in the New York office of Perkins Eastman to discuss lessons learned from their projects.
A new hotel concept in Copenhagen seeks to reduce the stress of hospital stays.
Evoking the mysterious underworld of seaside grottoes, a theatrical health-care center in Naples provides a palate-cleansing experience for passengers taken ill aboard cruise ships.