Commissioning Artwork That Honors Heritage

Posted by on Jun 11, 2021 in Featured Artists and Inspirations
Commissioning Artwork That Honors Heritage

About the Project It all began when the Lawrence Group, an integrated planning, design, architecture, and construction firm, wanted to commission a specific work of art for their client, SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital – Jefferson City The piece of art had to accomplish a lot. First, they wanted the art to honor the Catholic […]

Families Key In The Recovery Process At HSHS St. John’s Children’s Hospital

Posted by on Jun 4, 2021 in Featured Artists and Inspirations
Families Key In The Recovery Process At HSHS St. John’s Children’s Hospital

The new neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS) St. John’s Children’s Hospital (Springfield, Ill.) will more than double the space of the current 56-bed facility. This new addition is so important because HSHS is the only Level III NICU in the region. A level 3 NICU is a neonatal intensive […]

Case Study: Hospital Renovation While Fully Operational

Posted by on May 20, 2021 in Featured Artists and Inspirations
Case Study: Hospital Renovation While Fully Operational

The following case study from EYP Architecture & Engineering proves that thoughtful and meticulous planning can ensure that a hospital is fully operational while undergoing massive renovations. Choosing to stay operational while undergoing a massive renovation is not only good for the community, and the staff, it’s good for the bottom line. In this case, Children’s […]

To Renovate Or Build Brand New? Shared Vision From David A. Deis, AIA, LEED AP, & Matthew Chalifoux, FAIA

Posted by on May 12, 2021 in Featured Artists and Inspirations
To Renovate Or Build Brand New? Shared Vision From David A. Deis, AIA, LEED AP, & Matthew Chalifoux, FAIA

Hospital owners face ongoing challenges in updating their facilities. There’s pressure to stay competitive by offering larger and more flexible space, streamlined emergency departments, private patient rooms, and improved infection control. In today’s market, it’s more critical than ever for hospitals to bring their communities the latest healthcare advances while being agile enough to respond […]

Supersized Floral Graphics Are a Key Interior Design Element at Main Line Health’s New Women’s Specialty Center

Posted by on Apr 29, 2021 in Featured Artists and Inspirations
Supersized Floral Graphics Are a Key Interior Design Element at Main Line Health’s New Women’s Specialty Center

Supersized floral graphics are a key interior design element at Main Line Health’s new women’s specialty center. Main Line Health (MLH), a not-for-profit health system serving portions of Philadelphia and its western suburbs, was looking to expand beyond its traditional patient base. After looking at how scattered their women’s offerings were, it made sense to create […]

Omaha VA Medical Center Features a Ribbon Wall That Mimics the Honor Bars Earned by Veterans

Posted by on Apr 23, 2021 in Featured Artists and Inspirations
Omaha VA Medical Center Features a Ribbon Wall That Mimics the Honor Bars Earned by Veterans

Interior Design Inspiration can come from anywhere. In this case, the idea to create a ribbon wall at Omaha VA Medical Center reminds everyone, whether you’re a patient, a visitor, or even a provider, of the veteran and the honor and respect that they’re due. Healthcare Design Magazine recently featured Omaha VA Ambulatory Care Center […]

Expert Healthcare Designer, Victor Sanz Shares His Understanding Of Biophilic Design

Posted by on Apr 16, 2021 in Featured Artists and Inspirations
Expert Healthcare Designer, Victor Sanz Shares His Understanding Of Biophilic Design

DMG Interiors Managing Director Victor Sanz has been working in the healthcare design sector for many years, providing solutions for transforming healthcare facilities into healing spaces. In the interview below, Sanz shares his understanding of biophilic design. Sanz On Biophilic Design When asked about his experience with biophilic design, Sanz responds: “First, understanding the principles of […]