The events of the past 18 months have certainly shown that we need to view healthcare workspaces differently, changing our lens to focus on adaptability and flexibility as central drivers to our planning and design efforts. We need to embrace a mindset...
From left to right: Maddie Frestedt, Jeanne Anton, Amanda Brown, Natalie Abel, Yessica Sanchez Earlier this month, five of our architectural technicians traveled to the Merchandise Mart in Chicago to attend NeoCon. Designed to inspire and inform, the...read more
As we navigate the changing workplace with our healthcare clients in our current projects, I have been thinking a lot about the importance of amenities. Healthcare can be a rewarding but challenging field, so supporting staff through workplace design and...read more
Healthcare delivery is being redefined to include a team-based approach to patient care with collaboration between clinicians to develop diagnosis and treatment plans. At Zimmerman Architectural Studios, we design highly functional healthcare...read more
Like many people, my routine medical care appointments in 2020 were delayed and rescheduled. I have recently had a flurry of appointments to catch up on that care. As I went to each appointment, I had a different waiting experience. I also have...read more