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Merging artwork and building design

January 16, 2018

Art is a powerful tool that inspires well-being and helps improve patient experiences and outcomes. Yet with many hospital projects, it can be a construction-phase afterthought, resulting in an applied feeling to the artwork. Recently, I was proud to serve as an interior designer on UF Health North’s 92-bed patient tower—the newest addition to its North Jacksonville Florida campus.

In today’s post, using this GS&P-designed project as a case study, I take a look at what can happen when art is integrated into the earliest stages of planning, and interior designers take an active, collaborative approach to move it far beyond the confines of a frame

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