People Centered Design
Assisted Living: Design for an aging population
The cornerstone of effective healthcare architecture lies in creating spaces that significantly enhance the well-being of patients, staff, and visitors. This approach combines innovative design, advanced technology, and a profound understanding of human needs to create environments that fosters a sustainable community.
The Healing Power of Nature
In settings for the third generation, a sense of connection with nature and community is essential. Designs should incorporate ample outdoor spaces, communal areas, and features that allow for maximum daylight exposure. The integration of indoor and outdoor environments fosters a calming, healing atmosphere, enabling patients to maintain a sense of home and connection to their community.
Featured Projects & Stories
Laundry Facility, Sheba
Transforming an overflow pit into an Industrial-Grade Laundry facility for Israel's largest hospital, with a public-facing design.
The House at Ganey Tikva
An urban village community in the middle of the city.
Sheba Central Kitchen & Rooftop Park
Sheba Hospitals' central kitchen delivers 10,000 meals every day, under a public rooftop park.
A friendly approach to Geriatric and Rehabilitation Hospital
Luxury Assisted Living in Rehovot.
The Shoam House
Good design has the power to transform lives, especially in the healthcare sector. By creating spaces that prioritize patient well-being and provide an environment that feels like home, promotes healing, and fosters a sense of community, we can make a significant impact on the recovery and quality of life for patients.
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