Perhaps more than any other sector, the world of healthcare is changing--and changing rapidly. Designers and product engineers focus on the healing environment with an eye toward a better understanding of how interior space effects the patient caregiver experience.
Healthcare interior space has evolved from being a traditional sterile environment to a design that is more home-like. Designers, in conjunction with the healthcare professional, have a growing appreciation for how furniture, lighting, color and space can better facilitate the healing process. By better understanding a space’s core function and purpose, a design can be developed that will not only make the patient’s experience less stressful, but enhance the care provided in the space. We understand that. Perhaps more than in any other environment we go to great lengths to ensure that our product solutions meet the need of the space while working within the budget available.
Our general approach to conducting business is consultative. That is nowhere more apparent than in the healthcare environments we design and furnish. Here, most importantly, solutions matter.
Several of the lines we have discovered that best address the particular needs of the healthcare environment can be found below.