How do we design healthcare facilities where everyone feels included? The answer is to give people a choice.
Leading by design excellence, the winner of The Health and Wellbeing Space category at the 2022 INDE.Awards is a project that helps serve the rural community in which it is located.
With 6 gyms that span from the corporate, to private, to the futuristic, working out has never felt so good.
McBride Charles Ryan looks ‘outside the box’ with its designs. Colourful and engaging, many of the practice’s award-winning designs can be found at Penleigh & Essendon Grammar School’s campuses.
The auditorium was full, the vibe electric and the winners truly outstanding last night at the INDE.Awards Gala. Scroll the Indo Pacific’s most outstanding projects and people, here.
KE-ZU’s thoughtful furniture solutions help to bring warmth and comfort to healthcare interiors, to improve patient experiences.
Created as a place to enhance daily workout life, Hercules Fitness is anything but your average gym.
Indesign magazine’s ‘State of Wellbeing’ issue is now on sale. Editor Alice Blackwood shares the very human-led highlights that are enlivening conversations around healthcare and wellbeing in design.
As breakthroughs in medical science transform the future of patient care, so too does architecture, writes Tara Veldman of BLP.
Simultaneously awarded two major healthcare facilities, Billard Leece Partnership, is at the height of wellness design.
Architecture Discipline has done it again! Not only is its latest project a response to need, it also provides a template of health-giving design for the future.