Levino Jones likes the idea of portable modular testing units being designed for more densely populated urban areas as an alternative to drive-through COVID-19 testing centers. As seen in the picture, a walk-up testing booth would achieve this and protect the healthcare workers using an acrylic barrier between them and the patients. Design by: Architect […]
Wall protection is a necessity when it comes to commercial spaces and making it seem integral to the space is even more of a challenge. Specifying wall protection on lower walls with the right detailing, such as corner trim, can allow for a seamless look and protects your walls at the same time!
Strategically placed near check-out for assistance, this small niche displays products offered for sale by this practice. Storage below offers a lockable space for product.
At the end of the corridor welcomes patients into the physician’s office and consult space. a simple drywall niche includes a MR16 spotlight with a textured wall surround.
This modern angled solid surface top sits above glass tile reception desk wrap. the angle takes the desk top from stand up desk height to a 34″ ADA check-in height.
In every patient exam room there is a wall to be examined and a puzzle to be solved. The busy murals created for this practice vary by room and allow children waiting for the provider an eyeful of activity and lots to talk about!
The providers of this efficient pediatric group can observe a patient and talk while they are at eye level on the table. this efficient desk/table allows for computer work, a trash drop, supplies, and exam area within steps.
When space is a premium, consider a space saving and beautiful barn door. This wood and glass door slides away to allow access into a staff break room but closes for staff conferences and noisy lunch hours!
This progressive pediatric practice chose an organic “splat” shape to repeat as a theme throughout their space. Inexpensive and fun, this space keeps appearing as a fun host for signage, wall design, and reception desk facade.
The goal before Covid-19 was to maximize seating in waiting areas. Once it was determined that there should be more spacing between guests, the solution was to remove most of the seating and space out what was necessary for guests. The result was an unwelcome, disconnected waiting area. Now with social distancing becoming more necessary, […]