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The staff lounge doubles as a workshop space.
The wood paneled "living wall" provides a continual play of light.
Light penetrates the interior of the facility through translucent panels.
Nature-oriented artwork has a calming influence on patients.
Meeting rooms are filled with light from the central corridor.
Soothing colors and natural textures minimize patient anxiety in the exam room.
Baystate Health D’Amour Center for Cancer Care
This state-of-the-art outpatient facility was designed to provide care and comfort to patients in a serene, spa-like setting. This was achieved in part through a separate set of circulation paths for patients and staff, the use of light, color and natural texture, the dynamic wood-lapped "Living Wall", and nature-oriented artwork. (Architect of Record: Steffian Bradley Architects.)
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