Renovation and Refurbishment: Dr. Delaney wanted to make sure that her new offices would appeal to all the children she would be treating whether they were infants or teenagers. Therefore, an uplifting theme with geometric shapes in primary colors was established. Dr. Delaney's favorite color scheme of bright blue and yellow were emphasized in the furnishings and finishes.
Renovation and Refurbishment: Given the high cost of new office space in the Falls Church, VA area as well as the need to stay close to their current location for the sake of their patients, Dr. Henry Herrmann and Dr. Joseph D. Desio decided to renovate their existing offices rather than move to new offices. The primary goal was to create a light, bright and uplifting environment that maintained the traditional character that their patients expected from their offices.
Senior House (Independent Living); New Construction. The Dining Room was designed to be elegant but not ostentatious so that the view of the Peaks of Otter Mountains takes center stage. A hospitality ambiance makes dining a daily event. Finishes, fabrics and furnishings are comfortable and promote independence by the residents while also providing ease of maintenance for the staff. Original artwork from local artists (one a Summit resident) provides interest and topics of conversation for both residents and their guests. (Photograph: Tim Schoon Photography)
Senior Housing (Independent Living); New Construction. 17,000 square feet; 85 units. The Lobby/Library area was designed to fulfill the goal of the client which was to provide a "Barnes and Nobel" area for residents to gather, read, have a cup of coffee and watch the sunset. The fireplace is a focal point that has been enhanced with original artwork from a local artist. Fabrics and furnishings have been selected for their home-like, transitional styling and the colors carry through the local themes expressed in the artwork. (Photograph: Tim Schoon Photography)
The Center for Restorative Care and Rehabilitation (CRCR); Renovation & Refurbishment. CRCR is a Long Term Acute Care unit that was created from one floor of the Virginia Baptist Hospital. Licensing of Long Term Acute Care requires that the unit have a completely different character and ambiance from the rest of the hospital. While the Baptist Hospital is known for it's traditional architecture and furnishings, this unit was designed with a spa appeal with cool colors and contemporary design. (Photograph: John Magor Photography)