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Medical

 

Typically architecture is intended to be experienced by people who live or work in the built spaces and/or people who visit the spaces as patrons or customers. However, designing for medical purposes adds several levels of complexity. Two major issues to resolve include the sterilization requirements for such a facility and the fact that a majority of the people (or animals) visiting these spaces would prefer to be elsewhere. There are numerous challenges inherent to creating spaces suitable for treatment, sterilization, and repeated cleaning while still providing maximum comfort to patients, guests, and employees. Imagine if your dog could understand the difference between you asking him if he wanted to “go to the park” or “go to the vet” - he might not run to the car for the latter.