Healthcare design needs for adolescents, elders and everyone inbetween.
Two articles review good design for residential care facilities.
Pati has comprehensively investigated the effectiveness of various sorts of positive distractions in pediatric waiting rooms.
Spaces communicate nonverbally – we’ve known that for some time – but sometimes there’s debate about exactly what they're saying.
Kaiser, a principle with Perkins + Will, has integrated his own professional experiences with material from rigorous studies of effective (and ineffective) navigation tools to identify features of successful wayfinding systems.
Designers and researchers from Perkins + Will interviewed adolescent residents of a behavioral health facility on the East Coast of the United States to learn more about their facility-related place-based needs.
Premature babies who listen to music by Mozart grow faster than children who don’t listen to it.
Gulwadi has examined residential environments to identify ways they can be designed to help reduce stress among people caring for sick family members and friends in their homes.
How do the items on display in a therapist’s office influence the way that therapist is perceived?
Gary Noskin and Lance Peterson examine how infectious diseases are controlled in today's hospitals.