Everyday Spaces of Healthcare is a new collection of case studies by College of Design architecture Professor William F. Conway, FAIA.
In the book, Professor Conway reviews problems and possibilities facing designers and clients in a select series of contemporary healthcare facilities. His case studies introduce readers to innovative approaches to four familiar territories: gardens, pathways, waiting areas, and retail environments. The research recognizes the benefits that can accrue from attention to them, and presents findings for those in the healthcare design industry. Full Story
College of Design apparel students Linsey Gordon and Silvia Guttmann were awarded first place, and a $25,000 Fellowship Grant, by the Park Nicollet Foundation, during the "Project Better Gown" competition over the weekend. Full Story
Adequate housing is integral to the well-being of individuals and communities, be they senior citizens in Hong Kong or residents of rural America, as research under way by Associate Professor Ann Ziebarth and her colleagues shows. Full story
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