So pumped about our finishes! Although many interior spaces (especially residential) seem to be moving towards a similar color palette, we are avoiding the trendy by mixing classic materials with natural finishes and patterns. All with the goal of introducing a fresh and clean look that is so important in healthcare, without loosing the soothing and calming qualities that have been a driving force in our finishes selections. What do y'all think?
What better way than to use design to solve a problem? Patient privacy is of upmost importance for Dermasurgery Center (and so is comfort and well-being). Most of the treatment rooms are arranged on the perimeter of the building so we could bring natural light in and provide views of the outside to the patients. But with that arrangement comes the uninvited challenge of the views to the inside, as well. Unsatisfied with the idea of adding window shades simply to maintain priv
One week's progress! A tight site calls for a large crane! (The picture doesn't do justice). Back with the smaller cranes (once all the decking and stairs were in). I'm so incredibly excited about this cantilevered drop off/port-cochere!