On: March 25, 2016 In: Healthcare, Interior Design, Magazine Articles

@HCDMagazine just published a very interesting article where they quote Linda Dickey, senior director of quality, safety, and infection prevention at the University of California Irvine Medical Center who says: “Twenty years ago it was a “forgone conclusion” that some patients would contract a healthcare-associated infection (HAI).” Today, however, thanks...

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On: January 26, 2016 In: Interior Design, Tips and Information

Confident that their jobs are less in jeopardy, homeowners are once again taking a leap of faith and renovating their kitchens and bathrooms. Homeowners are looking to make a style statement in their kitchens; moving from traditional (and outdated) ceramic tile – or worse, a blank wall behind the...

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On: February 24, 2015 In: Healthcare, Interior Design

Architects, Engineers and even Interior Designers are focal points for the operational and functional aspect of any space they construct. More importantly when lives are at stake, planning where and how to put life saving equipment can mean life or death. By utilizing these three elements in planning for a...

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On: December 2, 2014 In: Healthcare, Interior Design

Therapeutic Design is the concept of introducing inspiring designs and landscapes in order to improve the well-being and behavioral feelings of visitors and occupants. In healthcare design, therapeutic design can be used in a variety of areas including interior and exterior applications. For exterior applications, therapeutic design is synonymous with...

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