Kettering Health Network celebrated the grand opening of its recently completed medical clinic in Springboro, Ohio, a suburb of Dayton, in July. This 31,000 square foot multi-specialty clinic was designed by Pacific 33 Architects in collaboration with local architect, Ken Seidl and Design/Build contractor, Synergy Building Systems, based in nearby Beavercreek.
The Springboro Health Clinic falls under the umbrella of nearby Sycamore Hospital and includes Primary Care, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics, Orthopedics and Cardiology specialties and an outpatient Pharmacy.
When asked about the interiors, Senior Designer, Christie Mayer explained, “The concept was to combine colors and textures found in nearby Dayton neighborhoods. We collected photographs and assembled them into a collage, which we then examined for trends, extracting the elements with the most visual interest.” Mayer went on to explain, “The result was this really wonderful combination of rich colors, warm wood tones and cool stones. It’s a budget conscious project but you’d never know when you walk in the door.”
PACIFIC 33 architects, Inc., is a collaboration of architects and designers focused on understanding the relationship between people and the built environment in order to construct spaces that promote wellness and healing. We use evidence-based design principles for healthcare, retail, commercial, and hospitality projects.