The finish palette for the center incorporates "Full Spectrum Color" approach that blends warm and cool colors creating an environment that is comfortable and soothing. / Cancer Center
The "Commons Area" is a positive distraction that provides a home-like comfortable atmosphere for family members and patients while they wait for care. / Northwood's Community Hospital
Understanding client preference is important. This Faith-based organization wanted a contemporary, uplifting space for its clients. Raised letter psalms applied on the wall reinforce the organizations beliefs. / Our Lady of Victory - Critical Access Center - Stanley, Wisconsin
AMI Design looks for opportunities to create positive distractions. The dropped disk soffit above the nurse station, carpet insets and patient entry lighting act as wayfinding mechanisms. / Our Lady of Victory - Critical Access Center - Inpatient Unit
Incorporating consistent design elements, impact resistant details and appropriate applications of finishes are important for all healthcare settings. / Our Lady of Victory - Critical Access Center - Emergency Department
This shot is of a living room in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calfiornia. Please note the coziness of the room even though it is 26 feet by 35 feet. This is a published interior.
Exterior shot into the living room area of a home in Newport Beach, California. Note the lighting and also the 18foot glass to glass doors that open to the patio for large parties. This project was published.
This living room shot is of a home in Beverly Hills, California. Note the architectural detail the was accented by lighting in the floor. This is also a published project.