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Priyanka Dherange M.Arch, EDAC, LEED AP BD+C

Contact Details 7900 Cambridge Street, Apt #23-2F, Houston, TX 77054 priyanka.dherange@gmail.com +1 408.250.2030 Education Master of Architecture - Certificate in Health Systems & Design Texas A&M University | Aug 2009 - Aug 2011

Bachelor in Architecture Sir J.J. College of Architecture, University of Mumbai, India | July 2003 - May 2008

Credentials Evidence-Based Design Accreditation and Certification (EDAC) LEED AP Building Design + Construction (BD+C) Registered for the Intern Development Program (IDP) Actively preparing for Architect Registration Examination (ARE)


Contents Professional Work WHR Architects, Houston

aug 2013 - present

PBK Architects, Houston

oct 2011 - aug 2013

Medical Planner Intern / Intern Architect Intern Architect / Assistant Planner

Graduate School Work

Wesleyan University Addition, Bloomington

fall 2009

Spa Nirvana, Lake Bryan

fall 2009

An addition to the existing Ames Art Gallery

A blissful destination spa for ayurveda, yoga and meditation

The African Children’s Hospital, Ghana A hospital for the Amani Medical Foundation

spring 2010

Visitor’s Center for the Alamo Complex, San Antonio

fall 2010

Prairie Center of Arts, Peoria

fall 2010

An addition to the already existing historic structure

Adaptive reuse and revitalization of an industrial warehouse

Cradle: A Freestanding Birthing Center, San Francisco A maternity hospital for the UCSF Mission Bay Campus

Other Works

Sketching, Painting, Photography samples

spring 2011


WHR Architects Houston, TX

Intern Architect / Medical Planner Intern

Professional Work Aug 2013 - Present

Work at WHR

I joined WHR Architects as a Medical Planner Intern/ Intern Architect in Aug 2011. I am part of a team working on a million sq. ft. renovation and expansion of the Memorial Hermann Hospital in the Texas Medical Center. Job responsibilities: • Worked on space planning, gaming, code research • Master Planning • Led user group meetings • Coordinated with consultants • Developed graphic presentations • Produced schematic and design development drawings in Revit • Managed the Observation Unit, Blood Bank, Pharmacy, Surgical Pathology and Sterile Processing Department from pre-Schematic Design to current Design Development phase. • Actively involved in the planning and design of two levels of Perioperative Services (225,000 sq. ft.) which includes 30 new Operating Rooms.


Site Plan


Memorial Hermann - Texas Medical Center Hermann Pavilion Two (HP-2) is a vertical expansion above the existing Central Plant on the former site of the Shriner’s Hospital. This project involves a 1.34 million square feet expansion to the existing Memorial Hermann Hospital. I have been chiefly involved in the planning of Levels 2, 3 and 4. The scope is described below: Level 2 - The southern end of HP1 will be renovated with new Pedi Waiting, Pre-OP and PACU and transition smoothly into the new Adult Surgical area on Level 2 of HP2. This area will contain 15 new ORs, waiting, registration, Pre-OP and PACU. Level 3 - It is the second of the two new surgical floors in HP2. It will house 15 new ORs for Trauma with supporting Pre-OP and PACU. It will also house the Surgical Pharmacy, Main Blood Lab, the Surgical Admin Suite and Anatomical Pathology. Level 3 of HP1 will be converted to a 39 bed Observation Unit. Level 4 - This an off-stage service floor for HP-2. A large portion of the floor is Mechanical (to align with Level 4 of HP1 which is entirely Mechanical). Other support functions located on Level 4 include Central Supply, Sterile Processing Department, Patient Kitchen serving Stacking Diagram for renovation within HP-1, both HP1 and HP2, Security department and Clinical Research. new construction (HP-2 and PIB)

Gaming

Schematic Design

User Meetings/ Mock-ups

Design Development


PBK Architects Houston, TX

Intern Architect / Assistant Medical Planner

Professional Work Oct 2011 - Aug 2013

Work at PBK

I started working at PBK Architects, Houston in Oct 2009 after graduating from Texas A&M University. As a part of a 5 member healthcare team, I worked on varied projects ranging from small renovations and clinic designs to master planning for a large hospital campus in Turkey. I got a broad range of exposure in each phase of the design and construction process. Types of Projects: Hospitals,¬ Laboratory, Hospitality House, Clinics. Job Responsibilities: • Assisted the Senior Healthcare Planner with Programming, Space planning and design, Code research • Graphic presentations • 3D graphics in SketchUp/ Revit • Produced schematic design, design development & construction document drawings in Autodesk Revit • Construction Administration


Memorial Hermann Hospital - Core Lab Consolidation Renovation | 12,500 sf Design, Planning, Documentation

Project involved designing a cohesive Core Lab which included Chemistry, Immunology, Molecular Medicine, Cytology, Microbiology, Virology along with Specimen Processing, Client Services, and Centralized Refrigeration Support.

Memorial Hermann Hospital - Cardiac Rehabilitation Clinic Renovation | 2,000 sf Design, Documentation, Construction Administration

The new facility provided for Consult, Exam, Rehab Gym and all support facilities for showers, lockers and staff work areas.

St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital - 25th Floor Renovation Renovation | 3,000 sf Design, Documentation

The renovation scope of work included converting the existing nursery into a family lounge, staff lounge and equipment storage. Also, redesigning the entry lobby area & nurse station and some minor renovation work such as painting and replacing the existing flooring in the corridor.

The Methodist Hospital - F9 Gamma Camera Renovation Renovation | 500 sf Design, Presentation, 3D, Documentation

The scope of work included renovation and design of two rooms for the F9 Gamma Camera at the Methodist Hospital.


Cinco Charities - Ballard House

New Construction | 20,000 sf Planning, Presentation, 3D, Documentation, Const. Administration A hospitality house which includes 24 guest suites with full baths and kitchenettes. Additionally, the two-story structure will have a chapel, family room, game room, library, board room, community dining and kitchen, as well as laundry facilities and a serenity garden.

Spring Branch Community Health Center

Addition/Renovation | 9,750 sf Design, Planning, Documentation, Construction Administration The project involves the renovation of an existing building structure to provide a new community health clinic. Services will include a Family Medicine Clinic, Women’s OB Clinic, Pediatric Clinic and future Dental Clinic. Scope of work also includes redevelopment of existing 2.89 acre site and repair & redesign of the exterior skin to improve the general appearance.

UTMB Galveston- Pulmonary Offices Renovation

Renovation | 3,200 sf Design, Planning, Documentation, Construction Administration The scope of this effort includes Architectural Planning & Design, MEP Engineering in connection with interior renovation to the existing 5th floor to include offices, conference room, fellow’s room with additional spaces.

HCPC Unit 1 - B, C, D Renovations

Renovation | 9,000 sf Design, Planning, Presentation, Documentation The project involves interior finish and mechanical system upgrades to the existing mental health nursing unit and the associated office support areas. The intent is to renovate Unit 1B to establish a “prototype” for renovation to other units. The nature of the prototype approach is to implement various features that correspond to the recent facility vision for elevating the safety and ambiance of the units.


Ikitelli Integrated Healthcare Campus - Istanbul, Turkey New Construction | 8,800,000 sf Programming, Design, Planning, Presentation

This comprehensive, multipurpose healthcare campus was being programmed and planned to support a total capacity of 1,980 beds.

Ankara Bilkent Integrated Health Campus - Ankara, Turkey Program/ Design Review, Reports

The scope includes monitoring and evaluation consultancy service procurement work related to design and construction works and the provision of products and services for all phases.

Riverside General Hospital - Surgical Suite + ICU Renovation

Addition/Renovation | 11,000 sf Design, Planning, Presentation, 3D, Documentation

Renovation and addition to an existing surgical suite with PACU, Pre-Op and Central Sterile Processing, full nursing support along with staff areas, such as lockers and staff lounge. The new ICU department includes a 3 bed ward and an isolation room with support areas.

Edith Irby Jones Replacement Hospital

New Construction (Design Competition) | 118,000 sf Design, Planning, Presentation, 3D The design was for a replacement facility that was damaged during Hurricane Ike. The program included 145 beds over 4 departments (50 General Medicine, 50 Skilled Nursing, 40 Psychiatric and 5 ICU) divided into 3 floors. In addition, the hospital also included a 200 patient Partial Hospitalization Program.


Wesleyan University Addition Bloomington, IL

An addition to the existing Ames Art Gallery

Graduate Work - Arch 605

Fall 2009 | Texas A&M University | Prof. Mardelle Shepley

Project Background

The project required an addition of a 15,000 square feet building to the existing Ames Art Building, that could be constructed in phases. The department had specific requests: 1. lobby + congregational space 2. offices 3. studio space 4. new art gallery 5. distinct entrance The campus administration wanted the building to have a presence within the large University campus. Making the building sustainable was a priority.

Site


Design Concept

I started the design under the concept of creating connections between the existing and new building, outdoors and indoors and within the newly designed building. Giving an identity to the building, while retaining its connection to the existing building was important. A cube generates a sense of proportion. In this case the cubical blocks which transform into my design, draw reference lines from the existing building, but at the same time has its own architectural identity. The glass cube connects the main blocks. The hollow cube, which houses the new art gallery, forms a distinctive entrance adorned with art walls and sculptures.


Design Evolution & Phasing

The space alloted for the new structure was very narrow between two existing buildings. To overcome that, the three main blocks can be constructed in phases, starting with the entrance block, going southwards. The spaces alloted on each floor are: Level One - Entrance lobby, Reception, Offices, Cafe+lounge Level Two - Offices, Gallery space, “Glass box� connection Level Three - Studios, workspaces, New art gallery (double height) Level Four - Studios, workspaces


Sections Climate, Sustainability & Materials

The contemporary building will be linked to the existing Ames Art Gallery; but at the same time will have an architecture language of its own. The concept was each block maintaining it’s individual character. The block physically attached to the existing structure will be terra cotta cladded, the bridge on level two will be all glass. The entrance block will be concrete with colored murals and art walls. The studio block will be framed with steel and glass.


View of the Entrance


Spa Nirvana Lake Bryan, TX

A blissful destination spa for ayurveda, yoga and meditation

Graduate Work - Arch 605

Fall 2009 | Texas A&M University | Prof. Mardelle Shepley

Site

In this project, each student was able to create their own program. I chose to design a destination spa with ayurvedic therapy, yoga and meditation facilities. Bryan Lake is an appropriate spot for a much needed spa and relaxation facility; due to the lack of any such facility in the vicinity. The center would offer a variety of alternative therapies to deal with stress and to maintain a healthy living. The site chosen had a perfect intimate setting and views to the lake. The orientation was successful with ample lake views and the amphitheatre facing east for early morning yoga/ meditation sessions.


Design Program

The main intent of the spa was to encourage yoga and meditation as a part of daily lifestyle, which helps in dealing with stress and relaxes one’s mind, body and soul. Yoga and meditation are alternative healing therapies. According to ancient Indian therapy traditions, these are safe and simple ways to balance a person’s physical, emotional, and mental states. The program included: 1. Reception and Administration 2. Consultation rooms 3. Ayurvedic Therapy rooms 4. Hydrotherapy rooms 5. Heated Lap Pool/ Swimming pools/ Aquatics 6. Spa café/ Juice bar/ Fitness center 7. Spa Boutique 8. Villas 9. Rooftop restaurant 8. Yoga/ Meditation Pavilion

Concept Development

The concept is inspired from a culmination between nature architecture and the chinese philosophy of “yin-yan” landscape; eventually generating a sense of completion & achievement. It was important that the materials used blend in with the nature. Hence, timber construction with wood shingle roof gave the appropriate look and were sustainable too.


Plans/Sections/Description of Each Part

Lake Bryan


Villas and Therapy Rooms looking over the Lake

View of the Rooftop Restaurant and the Reception Lobby


The African Children’s Hospital Kpong, Ghana

A hospital for the Amani Medical Foundation

Graduate Work - Arch 606

Spring 2010 | Texas A&M University | Prof. Kirk Hamilton

Site

The site for the proposed Children’s Hospital is located in a town called Kpong in East Ghana; Accra being the closed city. The site was approximately 25 acres which would be devoted to the Children’s Hospital. An additional 23 acre plot adjacent to the site was going to be acquired for future development. The site is flanked by a mountain range far north-west, Volta lake to its east, mango orchards to the immediate east and west. The only access road ran east-west, point of entry to site, electric and water lines.


Design Program

For this project, Dr. Victor Agbeibor; President and Co-founder of the Amani Medical Foundation approached FKP Architects to design a Children’s Hospital as a part of the Amani Medical Center. The Amani Medical Center campus is envisioned to be a self sustaining medical campus, with facilities like:

1. Transport Center 2. Medical Facilities (Pediatrics and Women’s tower, Bed Tower, Critical Care, Clinics, Emergency and Surgery) 3. Cancer Center 4. Medical School 5. Staff Housing 6. Student Dormitories 7. Logistics

The studio worked as a group, each individual was assigned to design a facility; and eventually a master plan was created. I chose to design the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, both being vital components in a Children’s Hospital.

Design Considerations


Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Nurses Doctors Family/ Visitors

Circulation Pattern in NICU

• The NICU was to be a separate department with private NICU rooms. • The design references the plot line, and has two separate blocks: ‘patient zone’ and ‘family zone’. • NICU being a critical zone, the two zones are kept separate. • Each block has a courtyard for natural light and ventilation. • The building has outdoor views from each side. • The NICU department will be connected to the Maternity Center vertically and there is space for future expansion.


Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

Evidence Based Design Approach The following Evidence Based Design concepts were incorporated in the design: Decentralized Nursing Stations : The development of a more efficient floor plan to enable staff to spend more time on patient-related tasks. Use of Natural Light : The use of natural light to enhance the physical environment of the new-borns, staff and visitors. Natural light, air and the surrounding scenic views have been incorporated in the design. Family Support : The provision of spaces that support family-centered care are very important in a Children’s hospital. It is noted that families “penetrate� the unit better; and such family and congregational spaces are vital in a healthcare setting. They help in alleviating the stress levels.


Climate and Construction Materials

• The design has a combination of conditioned and naturally ventilated spaces, cross ventilation techniques & courtyard spaces have been incorporated in the design to help in keeping the spaces naturally conditioned. • Overhangs is an important design feature provided in most facades, for protection against the harsh sun. • The construction is basically a combination of Insulating Concrete Forms (ICFs) and bamboo; both being readily available locally. • The Bamboo and Rattan Development Program (BARADEP) in Ghana started creating awareness on the usefulness of bamboo and rattan as a non-timber forest resource that can be used as substitute for timber. Bamboo is mostly used for elevation treatment.


Visitor’s Center for the Alamo Complex San Antonio, TX

An addition to the already existing historic structure

Graduate Work - Arch 607

Fall 2010 | Texas A&M University | Prof. Bob Warden

Project Background

The ‘Battle of the Alamo’ of 1836 being the most celebrated military engagement in Texas history; ‘the Alamo’ in San Antonio holds historic significance to most Texans and Americans. The Alamo complex as it stands today comprises of the shrine, museum and the cenotaph. The iconic Alamo facade draws around 4 million tourists a year from all over the world, and it is almost certainly on the itinerary of anyone who visits the city of San Antonio. The design project consisted of choosing an appropriate site and designing the Visitor’s Center for the Alamo Complex.


Proposed Plan

Old Alamo Fort 1. Existing Chapel 2. Existing Cenotaph 3. the Alamo tower 4. the Experience Tube 5. the Water Memorial

Design Ideas

• to redeem the significance of the boundary of the original Alamo Complex, where the battle was fought; hence create a viewpoint from where the entire “old” complex can be seen. • a space to experience the “virtual” battle, to gauge it’s significance. • a water memorial adjacent to the shrine to commemorate the people who laid down their lives.

concept...“Remember the Alamo” The Battle of the Alamo mainly took place within the boundary of the fort. The shrine being just a part of it, is all that is left of the original Alamo Complex. This is quite misleading for people who visit the Alamo and are unaware of it’s history. In an effort to “remember” the great battle of the Alamo and its significance to the state of Texas, I have located my structure at point from which the entire Alamo Complex can be viewed. I have also proposed a water memorial binding the two, as a place for contemplation and commemoration.


The Experience Tube Since most of the people are not aware of the Alamo Battle; in my design, an attempt is made to create a point from where the entire “Old Alamo Complex” can be viewed and the “Virtual 13-day Battle” fought can be experienced using a technology called “Augmented Reality”. Augmented Reality is a term for a live direct or indirect view of a physical real-world environment whose elements are augmented by virtual computer-generated imagery. The Alamo Tower and the Experience Tube also give a 360 degree panoramic view of the San Antonio River walk and the immediate city.

archway bridge black granite wall ramp plaza space ticket counter restrooms lift lobby

informal exhibit space

Plan at Street Level


The Alamo Tower The Alamo Tower is in alignment with the points within the fort which were highly significant during the battle. The tower is a 265’ 9-storeyed structure with a 40’x40’ base. The visitor’s plaza, informal ehibition space and the ticketing counter for the augmented reality experience are located on the street level. The entire space is envisioned to be more informal and an attempt is made to merge it with the existing surrounding.

Water Memorial The Water Memorial is aligned east-west adjacent to the Alamo shrine. The circular water feature is placed below the archway. The “Black Granite Wall” circumferences half the water memorial, and is dedicated to all the warriors; the cut in the wall depicts the battle. The Memorial was envisioned as a place for commemoration after one experiences the “virtual battle”; and then enter the Alamo Chapel in new light.


Prairie Center of the Arts Peoria, IL

Adaptive reuse and revitalization of an industrial warehouse

Graduate Work - Arch 607

Fall 2010 | Texas A&M University | Prof. Bob Warden

Site This was a studio project which involved the adaptive reuse and revitalization of an old industrial structure and the surrounding space towards the development of the Warehouse District in Peoria, IL. The structure, which earlier was a rope manufacturing industry, now houses: 1. The Prairie Center of the Arts 2. The Tri-city Machine Shop 3. Gallery Space for resident artists The site is located just outside the Warehouse District. The site is surrounded by a freeway on its east, a car scrap yard to its west and an ethanol factory to its south. The Bradley University, which has a major student population is located just 1.4 miles away.


Freeway

Spaces within the building

Ethanol factory to the south

Resident artist at work

Project Background

The project involved the entire studio which worked as a single team, developing various parts of the design in teams; and it eventually came together as one design. The main projects goals included: 1. Create a Community that composes of the Prairie Center of the Arts, Tri- City, Bradley City and the surrounding community that can interact and engage with each other. 2. Establish a mixed-use development that can provide everyday needs as well as several amenities for the residents and the surrounding community. 3. Create a vibrant hub that will be able to reflect an artistic, interactive and engaging culture.


Flexible studio spaces for resident artists

Furniture units which can be modelled as per need


Site Design

Amphitheatre space for performances

Design Considerations

Performance arts space above the machine shop

• designing a program towards the development of the Warehouse District • retain the industrial look and feel of the Prairie Center of the Arts building as well as the surroundings; as it is a perfect setting and a point of inspiration for the artists • integrate the Bradley University campus with the Prairie Center and the Tri-city machine shop • design better work spaces for the artists of the residency program • create affordable housing for the students and artists which are accessible from the Center • more congregational and performance oriented open spaces for concerts/ art displays/ performances; which would bring in revenue and community involvement


Section through a Housing Unit

40’ Dry Freight Shipping Container

Apartment Design

Commercial + Housing The Commercial is a part of the existing plot. The intent was to make the place a self-sustaining community, for the artists and the students residing there. The commercial includes facilities like restaurant, bookstore, cafe and gift shop and grocery store.

The Housing for students and residents are designed using shipping containers, primarily to maintain the industrial and arty look of the complex. Apart from that, the containers are sustainable, economical, modular and structural. A prototype module of two interlocking units was developed using 40’x8’ containers.

plan @ level 1

plan @ level 2


San Francisco, CA

A freestanding birthing center as a part of the UCSF Mission Bay Campus

Graduate Work - Arch 693

Spring 2011 | Texas A&M University | Mardelle Shepley | Kirk Hamilton | Danny Ballard

Project Background

• “The Cradle” is a freestanding 100-bed women’s birthing center located in San Francisco, California. • The center will offer an entire array of advanced techniques related to birthing; with comprehensive care, home-like ambience, considerate staff members, immaculate hygienic conditions, personalized attention, high-class amenities and services; supported by a team of caring staff and medical professionals. • It is devoted to the physical and emotional needs of expecting mothers and newborns. • The Cradle is a contemporary building offering state-of-the-art facilities and patient care in an urban and chic environment.

Space Program

A space program was self-drafted according to the requirements. The gross area was for the building is 101,760 SF, with the following facilities: 1. Lobby and Reception 2. Education/ Consultation 3. Boutiques/ Shops 4. Labor Delivery and Recovery Suites 5. C Section/ Surgical Suites 6. Nursery/ NICU 7. Central Sterile 8. Medical Equipment 9. Pharmacy 10. Spa Facilities


Site Information

Site: Adjacent to UCSF Biomedical Campus

View of the city from Freeway

The UCSF Medical Center has proposed a new 289-bed hospital complex at Mission Bay, San Francisco, California; featuring: 1. Benioff Children’s Hospital 2. Women’s Specialty Hospital 3. Cancer Hospital The Cradle will be a part of the UCSF Medical Complex, but a separate structure and it will be connected to the women’s ambulatory services building. The site is flanked by existing UCSF Campus to the north, freeway and residential housing beyond to the west, the bay to the east and a communityoriented housing (formerly warehouse district) to the south.

Design Approach

Southern Embarcadero Freeway

In this project, I decided to develop the entire site for the UCSF Mission Bay Medical Campus, and locate a appropriate site for the birthing center and it’s relation to the other features on campus; in addition to designing the building.


Site Planning Considerations

• The Mariposa park is in alignment with green spaces in the neighboring area. • Parking is located between the buildings on the east and the freeway on the west, as a noise buffer. • Curved road reduces the traffic speed within the site, which helps in vehicular and pedestrian traffic management. • The proposed buildings have view of the bay as well as the San Francisco hills.

Site Plan for the UCSF Medical Campus


Design Considerations

• Prioritizing and creating clearly defined spaces. • The building orientation should be such so as to gain maximum sunlight. • Direct access to nature from various parts of the facility, to help alleviate stress levels and improve performance. Each patient room will have a view to the outdoors. • Space for active landscape, restorative garden and water features. • The architectural style will be in sync with the surroundings. • The design of the facility will incorporate many sustainable techniques which will help optimize the natural settings and use products that have a minimal negative impact on human health and environment.

consultation rooms education classes shops + boutiques reception + waiting lounge

therapeutic garden service entry

water feature

Floor Plan: Level One

entry to the building


Design Development

The building is designed in response to the urban site setting and context. The main idea was to orient the patient rooms south-west, to get maximum sunlight. Also, the breathtaking view of the colorful San Francisco hills across the freeway lies in the line of visibilty. These spaces also have visual connection to the landscaping within site and the Mariposa park. The patient rooms are connected to the surgery/ offices building with an atrium, providing the entire building with ample natural light. It is designed to be a 6-storeyed structure with scope for future expansion.

View of San Francisco Hills


Floor Plan : Level Two

Level One - Entrance, Reception, Education/Consultation, Pharmacy, Shops/Boutiques Level Two - LDR Rooms, Obstetrics Triage, Office Spaces Level Three - NICU Rooms, Antepartum Rooms, C-Section Surgery Suites Level Four - Waterbirth Rooms, Postpartum Rooms, Well-baby Nursery, Office Spaces Level Five - Spa Rooms, Green Roof Level Six - Mechanical Floor


Landscape Design

The Pond and Water Wall

The Pavilion

The landscape is a vital feature in my design. I have provided outdoor active landscaping in the form of walkways and a pavilion as interactive and therapeutic spaces. The water pond with the water wall is a key feature in the design; it is also used for rainwater collection and filtering. The pavilion is a deck used for outdoor exercises and activities.


Family Waiting Lounge

Kiosk/ Helpdesk


Materials and Facade Treatment

Entrance and Drop-off

For the design and facade treatment, inspiration was drawn from the beautiful colors seen across at the San Francisco Hills. A hint of color here and there on the main facade gives a vibrant feeling and in a way connects the structure to the city it belongs to. The materials used are metals panels, terracotta baguettes, bamboo and photovoltaic panels.

Sustainable Design SS Credit 4.1,4.2,4.3,4.4 Alternative Transportation SS Credit 5.2 Site Development WE Credit 1 Rainwater Collection WE Credit 4.1,4.2 Water Conservation EE Credit 1,2,4 Efficient Use of Energy EE Credit 6 Photovoltaic Panels EE Green Roof MR Credit 5 Healthy Materials MR Credit 3 High-performance Glazing IEQ Daylight and Views


Evidence Based Design

1. Single patient rooms with good visual access to patients 2. Window views of gardens/ Access to nature 3. Family centered care 4. Daylight Exposure 5. Decentralized nurse stations and storage supply 6. Positive Distractions (Use of artwork and installations) 7. Outdoor views for staff 8. Wayfinding 9. Noise reducing features

Labor Delivery Recovery (LDR) Rooms The design of the labor-delivery-recovery (LDR) room was of utmost importance. Creating uncluttered spaces with home-like ambience, design that includes nature views and daylight, a sense of privacy in patient bedrooms, with warm and earthy interiors was the primary focus.


Other Works

Photography/Sketching/Painting

Rudyard Kipling House, Sir JJ College of Architecture Campus, Mumbai

Rajabai Tower, Mumbai


Texas A&M University, Harrington Education Center Bridge


Other Works

Photography/Sketching/Painting

Goa, India

North Christian Church, Columbus, Indiana


Cafe Mozart, Austin

Stanford Campus, California

17-Mile Drive, San Francisco, California


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