Hands-on design for healing.

We are visionary designers driven by passion to continuously elevate the end goal: integrated environments that heal. Precisely designing for each process, we plan for essential healthcare operations that integrate, efficiently and smoothly, to make people better. We shape our design process around each client’s needs and project requirements, using Lean-inspired methodologies with our partner clients. Bringing together tested expertise from other market sectors, our focus is on both patient wellbeing and operational efficiency while balancing technical requirements. Highly responsive teams integrate stakeholder expertise with interior design and architecture to develop solutions that best serve patient paths to wellness. We design for healing.

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The most comforting feeling in the world is the safety of a mother’s arms. The UWMC 6N OB Expansion is a close second. Off and away from the hustle and bustle of the rest of the hospital, the OB expansion provides high levels of direct, specialized care and monitoring, as well as extra privacy, to mothers and their newborn babies. Designed as a flexible space, the patient rooms in 6N can be used in different ways for recovering and expecting mothers, accommodating antepartum examinations and postpartum recovery care. The flexible use of the patient rooms supports different staffing models, depending on the type of care needed. A focus on freshness in the front entry to UWMC 6N welcomes patients into the safety and support of the Natal Care Unit. The abundance of light from both exterior windows and interior light fixtures marks the expanded wing as welcoming and approachable, a significant benefit for the patients who occupy the unit for extended periods of time while receiving care. Earth-tone finishes and wood-look headwalls bring moments of biophilia into each patient room, while wide windows provide exquisite views of the University of Washington’s campus below. Sleeper sofas, pendant lights, and repeated geometric patterns are among the deliberate design decisions for materials choices and color palettes that create moments which transform the patient rooms from a clinical space into a home away from home. Durable finishes ensure that the rooms are easy to clean and built to last, without sacrificing an ounce of comfort.