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DESIGN FRAMING OU MEDICAL CENTER 147118.000 **THIS DOCUMENT IS INTENDED FOR INTERNAL USE ONLY**


STORY

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DOCTOR

PATIENT

PATIENT’S FAMILY

SUPPORT STAFF

12 hour shift again; my pedometer says I’m at three miles, already? I hope my patient starts to improve, I’m here for them.

I’m sick, it might be terminal, it feels like all I do is lie here in this bed. I wish there were something else to do besides read my book, look out the window, or watch TV.

I wonder how grandma’s doing. I’m worried but I can’t do anything about it. I hate this waiting, so much waiting.

This building is a maze. It’s really difficult to know where to go. I don’t mind being behind the scenes, but I wish it were easier to access the supplies I need.

„„ Peace + quiet „„ Easy way finding „„ Non-monotonous building „„ Open/inviting entry „„ Spaces for collaborating

white – smooth – undulating – alcoves – outdoor eating

„„ Comfort + rest „„ Active view „„ Connection to something (plant, bird, bee, fish) „„ TV never has glare from the sun „„ An enjoyable walk (outside the room) to the outside

open – homie – walkable – light – connected

„„ Comfort + peace „„ Calming distractions „„ Connection to something (plant, bird, bee, fish…) „„ Place to charge your phone/tablet „„ Places to think/walk

open – calm – peaceful – connected – distracting

„„ Easy way finding „„ Quickly understand where you are „„ Non-monotonous building „„ Lots of light

directions – sight markers – easy orientation – active – well lit


DESIGN INTENT

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DESIGN THE ROOM DESIGN THE BUILDING

MAXIMIZE NATURAL LIGHT MITIGATE GLARE

ENCOURAGE COLLABORATION RESPECT LOCAL CONTEXT MITIGATE CONGESTION CONSIDER CULTURE & COLOR

ACTIVATE ROOF GREEN SPACES + COURTYARDS


CONTEXT CULTURE & COLORS

Oklahoma City is linked to two major histories, that of the Native American inhabitants and that of the wealth harnessed from the natural landscape. The former provides a density of unique culture and color distinct to Oklahoma. The latter represents the scaffolding which motivated a surge in commerce and contributed to the rapid growth of Oklahoma City. Bifurcating the city is Oklahoma River which, completed in 2004, is an active waterway used for recreation by all manner of water craft. The river’s shore add a vibrant rich orange to the city’s color palette.


RESEARCH AGENDA OPTIONS

PROGRAM (HEALTH CARE) ORIENTED

PERKINS+WILL GOALS

Is there a specific area of research Perkins+Will can tackle through the OU Medical Center project? Are there questions or investigations which might simultaneously benefit internal innovation and client expectations?

FORM

SYSTEM/PROCESS

MATERIAL

ENVIRONMENT/SUSTAINABILITY


RESEARCH HEALTH CARE COLLABORATION LEESMAN INDEX A recent peer-reviewed study in Annals of Internal Medicine titled What Distinguishes Top-Performing Hospitals in Acute Myocardial Infarction Mortality Rates?: A Qualitative Study concluded, “High-performing hospitals were characterized by an organizational culture that supported efforts to improve AMI care across the hospital. Evidence-based protocols and processes, although important, may not be sufficient for achieving high hospital performance in care for patients with AMI.� The Leesman Index is a tool which can assist in the evaluation of current cultural trends present in the investigated organization. These trends reveal moments where design can intervene to bolster a more collaborative culture.


BRANDING

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BRAND INTENTION

„ „ What does OU Medical want to say about itself through branding? „ „ What role is branding meant to play in marketing? „ „ Is branding meant to remain directly linked to OU? „ „ How, when, and to what extent should branding be integrated into the interior/ exterior of the building? „ „ Is branding meant to drive a form, delineate a surface, or simply act as a signature?


POTENTIAL PATTERNS NATIVE AMERICAN INSPIRATION


POTENTIAL PATTERNS OKLAHOMA UNIVERSITY INSPIRATION


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PROGRAM

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PROGRAM FLEXIBILITY

„ „ How flexible is the current program? „ „ Which components can be moved or reoriented? „ „ Have any omissions occurred? „ „ What role should/can resiliency play?


PRECEDENTS

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PRECEDENTS ROOMS FREQUENT FEATURES

„ „ Acoustical panel ceiling „ „ Large clearance around bed „ „ Fixed/deployable furniture „ „ Two wash stations „ „ Built-ins for TV & decor „ „ Way finding through floor pattern


PRECEDENTS ROYAL CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL HKS ARCHITECTS

„ „ Melbourne, Australia „ „ Colorful arrayed vertical louvers „ „ Integrated art/sculpture/play spaces „ „ Large clearstory (lots of natural light) „ „ Clear way finding and direct layout


PRECEDENTS UT SOUTHWESTERN MEDICAL CENTER RTKL

„ „ Dallas, Texas „ „ Analytics/metrics drive form „ „ Oriented to solar direction „ „ Articulated circulation „ „ Expansive glazing at patient rooms


PRECEDENTS ROYAL CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL RAFAEL DE LA-HOZ

„ „ Madrid, Spain „ „ Simple diagrammatic form „ „ Large light wells „ „ Robust glazing diffused by articulated facade „ „ Large communal/public spaces „ „ Unique/accentuated entry+circulation


PRECEDENTS BENJAMIN RUSSELL HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN HKS ARCHITECTS

„ „ Birmingham, Alabama „ „ Large well lit communal spaces „ „ Easy/clear way finding „ „ Playful, colorful, environment „ „ Patient centric design „ „ Unique culture and traditions inherent to the hospital


PRECEDENTS SOUTH AUSTRALIAN HEALTH & MEDICAL INSTITUTE WOODS BAGOT

„ „ Adelaide SA, Australia „ „ Active and variably porous facade „ „ Large public areas with multifaceted/ dynamic built-ins „ „ Open full volume atriums (lots of natural light) „ „ Clear/direct circulation


PRECEDENTS BILL & MELINDA GATES HALL MORPHOSIS

„ „ Cornell University, Ithaca, New York „ „ Movement/active inspired form „ „ Articulated complexity at focused areas „ „ Varying porosity „ „ Undulating corridors


PRECEDENTS ARCHITECTURAL INSPIRATION PRIMARILY FACADES


PRECEDENTS ARCHITECTURAL INSPIRATION PRIMARILY INTERIORS


PRECEDENTS ARCHITECTURAL INSPIRATION PRIMARILY COLLABORATIVE INTERIOR SPACES


PRECEDENTS ARCHITECTURAL INSPIRATION OTHER


SITE

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REPRESENTATION

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REPRESENTATION OPTIONS & PURPOSE

VIRTUAL REALITY

RENDERINGS

PHYSICAL MODELS

Virtual reality (VR) is arguably one of the most realistic/honest representational models. Users virtually visually enter the model and experience the space at a 1:1 scale.

A picture says a 1000 words. Renderings romanticize the project’s potential. They also imply habitation and entourage, activating the possibilities of specific spaces and views.

Physical models create a haptic and tactical experience for the client. However their creation is incredibly time consuming.

The advantage of this method is how quickly it can be deployed. VR is directly linked to the 3D geometry generated by the architectural team. Changes can quickly/easily be made and the processing time is very low.

Mood, tone, and emotion are easily authored in renderings. The medium is very forgiving and large gestures/moves can quickly mocked up.

Rough massing models which quickly convey formal moves are easily developed and explored through massing models, but detailed fenestration and multiple design options are best rendered in a different medium.

VR is an abstraction of reality whose fidelity is somewhat limited. Realistic VR models take longer to develop and are still not one hundred percent accurate.

Renderings have a long lead team and require close attention to develop properly. Undesired effects may also result from renderings. Unrealistic expectations may be set or design options dismissed.

Clients often respond well to physical models but they are often overlooked or glazed over during design presentations.


REPRESENTATION DIAGRAM & TONE

WHAT LEVEL OF EXPLANATION IS NECESSARY?

WHAT LEVEL OF PLAYFULNESS IS ACCEPTABLE?


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