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Interior Design magazine – Through the woods

September 5, 2012 7:01 pm Published by

Magazine: Interior Design. Text: William Bostwick. Project:Randall Children’s Hospital, Oregon. LZF lamps: Totem lamp, designed by Burkhard Dämmer and Mariví Calvo. “OVER THE RIVER, THROUGH THE WOODS. The challenge of hospital design, then, is to balance competing reactions, to keep intact the message of serious treatment while softening the medical glare. Just because you’re in professional hands doesn’t mean you can’t be comfortable. A good hospital should visually “reflect the quality of the care,” Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architects principal Sharron van der Meulen says. “It has to look respectable but welcoming, deinstitutionalized.” Van der Meulen, an interiors specialist, and partner Robert Frasca, overseeing architecture, accomplished just that with the new Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel Medical Center in Portland, Oregon…”

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