Design for Wellness – Evoke Beauty, Nature & Welcome (interiors+sources)

Dec. 21, 2018

When it was built, Duke Integrative Medicine, a part of Duke Health, was a pioneering program that required innovative design thinking. The state-of-the-art facility is considered the first designed solely to unite traditional, complementary and alternative medicine into a new model of holistic healthcare. Its design integrated natural elements such as wood and stone, framed views of nature, multi-function spaces, and carefully choreographed patient circulation with more traditional spaces for clinical care.

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