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  • Germ Busting with Style
    Product Brief | 08-28-2013

    Six Seats and Surfaces to Enliven Healthcare Spaces

    Upgrade the look of waiting rooms and patient areas with these resilient wares.

  • Health is not a Building Typology

    Health is not a Building Typology

    Designing for health is different from healthcare design. The AIA, with a guest appearance by the Acting U.S. Surgeon General, examines why all building professionals should also consider themselves to be public health workers.

  • Product: Merge Sofa from Nemschoff
    Product Brief | 02-10-2013

    Product: Merge Sofa from Nemschoff

    The product meets both Greenguard and Greenguard Children & Schools certifications.

  • Norament Satura, Nora
    Product Brief | 09-06-2013

    Norament Satura, Nora

    This low-VOC resilient flooring features neutral, accented colorways.

  • Ruby Collection, Johnsonite
    Product Brief | 08-19-2013

    Ruby Collection, Johnsonite

    Vinyl flooring that offers environmental sustainability and aesthetic appeal on a budget.

  • Market Drivers and Challenges Toward Healthier Buildings

    Building design has far-reaching impacts on the health and well-being of occupants. A new SmartMarket Report by McGraw Hill Construction with AIA reveals the driving factors and barriers to considering health in building design and construction.

  • Market Drivers and Challenges Toward Healthier Buildings

    Building design has far-reaching impacts on the health and well-being of occupants. A new SmartMarket Report by McGraw Hill Construction with AIA reveals the driving factors and barriers to considering health in building design and construction.

  • Healthy By Design
    Project | 02-06-2012

    Healthy By Design

    Healthcare architects are focusing on how their clients' sustainable-building goals overlap with their therapeutic missions.

  • Study: Should Hospitals Seek LEED Certification?

    Study: Should Hospitals Seek LEED Certification?

    The cost premiums associated with LEED certification depend on a project’s size and when sustainable design principles are incorporated, according to a new report from Perkins+Will.

  • (Air) Quality Control
    Article | 08-02-2010

    (Air) Quality Control in Healthcare

    A principal from Perkins+Will explores the challenges of clearing the air and reducing waste in healthcare settings.