Healthcare Projects

Greenbuild Lighting Preview
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Greenbuild Lighting Preview

Greenbuild takes place in Philadelphia on Nov. 20–22 and three presentations on... More

2013 AL Design Awards: Duke University Medical Center Cancer Center Quiet Room, Durham, N.C.
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Light Play

A dynamic scheme of colored light plays a dominant role in a sensory experience developed for a new pediatric clinic in the heart of Berlin. More

2009 AL Design Awards: Duke Integrative Medicine, Durham, N.C.
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2009 AL Design Awards: Duke Integrative Medicine, Durham, N.C.

As the first healthcare facility in the U.S. built specifically for the combined... More

Healthcare Lighting: Teron-Sf
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2008 AL Design Awards: Burlington Danes Imaging Centre, London

The most striking exterior element of the Burlington Danes Imaging Centre in London is a stainless steel mesh screen along the front façade, which is illuminated from both the foreground and background. More

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D'amour Center for Cancer Care

Hope and tranquility permeate the D'amour Center for Cancer Care in Springfield, Massachusetts, largely owing to the interaction of a handsome architectural plan and a beautifully designed lighting scheme. The 64,000-square-foot, three-story building is the product of a dedicated team that included not only the Boston-based firm Steffian Bradley Architects (responsible for the architectural, lighting and interior design), but cancer survivors and activists, medical staff, and hospital administrators. Together these visionaries have created a space that brings notes of optimism and life to the foreground, dispatching clinical elements to the background. More

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Lighting for Whole Hospital Health

often, when the design of healthcare facilities is discussed in publications, only photographs of peaceful and welcoming lobbies are shown. Indeed, lobbies should announce the healing environments of the spaces within, and set the tone for the rest of the building, but what generally happens when visitors move beyond the lobby to the patient care areas? Too frequently, lighting reverts back to the same-old recessed lensed troffers. This strategy provides adequate horizontal footcandles, but leaves something to be desired in terms of creating a 'healing environment.' More

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North Carolina Women's and Children's Hospital

Two new additions to the University of North Carolina Hospital complex make healthcare better for women and children. More

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Focal Point

The art of light for healthcare. More

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