Ghent-based Architecten dVVT only made light interventions to create a new multi-use common area within this early 20th century structure in the Belgian town of Melle.
The pediatric oncology hospital, covering 483,000 square feet across five levels, is the largest facility of its kind in Europe and one of the most unusual.
The design of this new Austin, Texas, medical training facility encourages academic excellence with spaces for collaboration.
Metropolis's latest Think Tank event, held at the Boston offices of HDR, addressed how architecture and design professionals can design for humanity.
The recently opened NewYork-Presbyterian David H. Koch Center foregrounds the patient experience, with light-filled spaces and a wealth of amenities.
The project exemplifies the healthcare industry’s turn toward hospitality, here evident in a series of community spaces, landscaped gardens, and even a fireplace.
HMC Architects reflect on how contractor-integrated design is reviving the healthcare industry.
Data Visualization Helps Architects Make Better Hospitals.
As part of the Metropolis Think Tank series, Susan S. Szenasy talks to HKS, Inc., Kaiser Permanente, and Children’s Medical Center of Dallas about the shifts occurring in the health-care industry.
White, sterile walls are typical of hospitals; so to brighten interiors, artists are commissioned to help give facilities a pop of color and personality. Hand-painted murals or vinyl wallpaper rejuvenate what would be austere or even dreary backdrops to patient…
Metropolis's editor-in-chief questions how we can connect healthcare design and nature
A comprehensive, ongoing research effort, involving architects, designers, health-care professionals, and more than 30 manufacturers, has resulted in Patient Room 2020.
Designing hospitals in the global marketplace requires the ability to blend state-of-the-art solutions with a sensitivity to local customs, rituals, and religions.