Originally published in Interiors & Sources

05/21/2008

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May 21, 2008
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College kids may eat a little healthier thanks to a farmers’ market-style dining area recently constructed on a California college campus. The facility improves wayfinding and also includes modern features and vibrant colors to add aesthetic appeal.
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Ringing in the Market
Designers at the NASDAQ building in Times Square went far beyond billboards to promote their brand: They integrated visual imaging into walls, screens, and soffits and implemented a lighting retrofit with color-changing LEDs.
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Hotel-Like Healing
The new patient tower at Central DuPage Hospital west of Chicago will bring a hotel-like healing atmosphere and sustainable features. Patient comfort is key to the facility, which will have decentralized nurse stations and bedside computers for each patient.
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Preserving the Past to Prepare for the Future
Architects developing the new Wing Luke Asian Museum in Seattle preserved the historic fabric of a 1910 multistory building with materials, characters, and scale. The new building is part art museum, cultural museum, and community center.
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