The 5,355-SF lobby, reception, and corridor were dated and harkened to an institutional skilled nursing home. The Owner wanted a lobby renovation to provide a transitional space to help residents, family, and visitors. The design and finishes were carefully thought out to shift the mindset of a resident or guest entering from their day-to-day into
Eighteen new apartments featuring modern amenities and a new upscale restaurant-style dining room comprise this addition at Hubbard Hill, which blends harmoniously with the existing campus while having its own unique design aesthetic. Expansive windows, dining and patios, and nature-inspired interior design connect residents to their woodland setting.
Outdated and inefficient spaces were re-imagined to create a new sky-lit central dining room, gracious activity lounge, and enhanced hospitality amenities. New interior design finishes update and enliven the common areas and corridors. Staff areas were re-envisioned, promoting efficiency and improved resident care. Healthcare and Rehabilitation Renovations
Holy Cross Village, Shaughnessy Therapy Addition – Interior Design Holy Cross Village wanted to enhance its therapy program by providing these short-term residents with their own covered entrance, dining and common spaces, and enhanced rehabilitation care. The addition includes two new resident suites that—like the existing units—offer a spacious bedroom with a seating area for
With its thoughtful combination of person-centered care, connection to nature, and homelike environment, the revolutionary senior Living Wisdom Center enriches the daily life of its residents. Four unique households surround a central conservatory, creating a neighborhood feel and allowing access to the ‘outdoors’ year-round, which enhances well-being, purpose, and social relationships. Resident suites with private
Twenty-nine resident suites and the adjacent corridors were renovated with upgraded durable, low-maintenance flooring and wall finishes. Lighting was updated to energy-efficient LEDs. Comfortable, flexible furniture was provided in the bedrooms and sitting areas for the resident room renovations.
The existing 55-bed Marycrest facility was razed and replaced with a new facility offering long-term care, short-term rehab, and assisted senior living—all private suites with individual bathrooms. TSLC’s mission of providing “Sanctuary” is accomplished through the many amenities. The new skilled nursing facility is divided into four distinct neighborhoods with 98 beds. Each is supported by an
Phase 1 Renovation of a multiple-phase project included renovating the dining and hearth areas. A central kitchen provides food to the communal dining area and neighborhood kitchens, which offer a more intimate setting along with the hearth. Following the phase 1 renovation, interior design services, furniture and finish selection, and construction administration for a 48-room,
Entrance, Dining & Bistro, Library The 7,330-SF renovation of the Main Entrance, Dining Area, and Bistro sets the stage for the hospitality indicative of this assisted senior living facility. The new drive-under canopy welcomes residents and visitors and guides them to the reception area where they are greeted by a staff host. Immediately adjacent is
The addition of a drive-under front entrance canopy at the main entrance provides shelter for arriving residents and visitors. Renovation of entry circle landscape and lighting. A new patio and landscape for outdoor seating at the Bistro café. Working with Hubbard Hill and DJ Construction, Arkos Design designed a new front entrance canopy and associated