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March 20, 2017
The 6,800-square-foot Pediatric Outpatient Therapy unit, located on the First Hill campus in Seattle, was designed to serve a range of patients with advanced practices and equipment.
The project introduces Swedish's new brand identity and bird icon by using a treehouse motif throughout the unit.
Each therapy room represents a different bird and resembles a treehouse to encourage movement throughout the space. Wood detailing and a palette of blues, reds and oranges were used to make the space feel youthful and uplifting.
There is a 75-foot track and a gym with climbing equipment and stairs.
The Sensory Integration room is a key feature, with suspension equipment, a ball pit and other tools designed to help patients participate in activities and stimulate multiple senses.
Owner: Providence Health & Services Washington
Architect: ZGF Architects
Contractor: Andersen Construction
Structural engineer: CG Engineering
Lighting consultant: Stantec Consulting Services
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