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Healing Spaces

Posted on July 8, 2011 by Karin • Filed under:

Here are three medical spaces we have designed, each with its specific setting, its specific needs, its specific solutions.


Located in a medical condo complex, this space was converted from a radiology group – including large equipment, changing rooms and limited waiting area – to a family practice, with traditional exam rooms and a waiting area for children and adults. We used as much of the existing structure as possible, and created a variety of exam room sizes to accommodate single patients and wheelchair-bound or larger families.

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This medical practice, located on Main Street in East Haven, was previously a bank, and various additions have been built over time. A large reception and waiting room needed to accommodate a growing practice, and new HIPA measures required more privacy for client/staff interaction. The result is an efficient and light-filled sequence of spaces to welcome the practice’s patients.


This medical aesthetics and plastic surgery practice found its home in the Chestnut Building in Branford. A large retail area welcomes clients to browse various products and watch informative programming while waiting for treatments. The exam rooms are grouped by treatment type and include 2 serenity rooms for resting post-treatment. A separate conference area is used for clinics, for information sessions and for outside groups.

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See more healthcare facility design elements here.