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It’s a new world. What happens now in the healthcare and hospital space when infectious disease control is on the minds of billions of people? How will hospitals, senior living communities and their designers respond? What new protocols in the built environment will be implemented to help patients, their families, caretakers and clinical staff stay safe? With compassion and curiosity, host Cheryl Janis, interviews the world’s top wellness leaders and healthcare design professionals who answe ...
 
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On Part 1 of today’s episode, Cheryl speaks with Lesa Lorusso, PhD, MBA, Allied AIA, ASID, RID, NCIDQ, and Healthcare Director of Research and Innovation at Gresham Smith, on the firm’s new patent-pending empathic design technology. “The Empathic Design Tool” measures emotional responses of people reacting to the built environment. Lesa shares, “We…
 
In the second half of Cheryl’s conversation today with Lesa Lorusso, PhD, MBA, Allied AIA, ASID, RID, NCIDQ, and Healthcare Director of Research & Innovation at Gresham Smith, they discuss Lesa’s research project, “Investigating the Impact of Multisensory Environments on Behavior for Veterans with Dementia.” Lesa shares, “That research project was …
 
Jennifer Aliber, Principal at Shepley Bulfinch, a national architecture firm known to challenge convention, pioneer visionary design & collaborate with clients is our guest today on the podcast. In part one of today’s episode, Jennifer shares her thoughts on how hospitals and healthcare systems can be better prepared for future pandemic outbreaks i…
 
In part 2 of Cheryl’s conversation with Jennifer Aliber, Principal at Shepley Bulfinch, Cheryl asks Jennifer, “What specific design changes will we see in the hospital and healthcare setting?” Jennifer begins to answer this question with, “I like to think about anything I don’t like as a patient because I know if I hate it, other people will hate i…
 
Diana Spellman, President of Spellman Brady & Company, an award winning interior planning firm specializing in timeless meaningful environments in healthcare, senior living and higher education is our guest today on the podcast. In part one of today’s episode, Diana and Cheryl discuss Spellman & Brady’s initial response to the pandemic. Diana share…
 
In part 2 of Cheryl’s interview with Diana Spellman, President of Spellman Brady & Company, their conversation moves to the firm’s design philosophy and how materials and surfaces play a key role in creating S&B’s signature, purposeful and deeply meaningful environments. Diana shares, “Twenty-eight years ago, our philosophy was, ‘How do we create a…
 
Mary Frazier, AIA, LEED AP, Green Belt and Principal at Ewing Cole is our guest today on the podcast. Mary shares the need for hospital agility and the ability to quickly retool in the face of unforeseen events. She shares, “Initially, we were focused on how quickly we could expand capacity for our hospital partners within institutions themselves b…
 
In part 2 of Cheryl’s interview today with Mary Frazier, AIA, LEED AP, Green Belt and Principal at Ewing Cole, Mary shares new technology that is greatly assisting in the battle against COVID-19 and Hospital Acquired Infections. She shares, “There are things we are seeing that we think have a lot of promise like Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation w…
 
Rachel Gutter, President of the International WELL Building Institute, on how the IWBI is leading the global movement to transform our buildings, communities and organizations in ways that help people thrive. Rachel shares, “WELL is a certification that we offer for buildings, communities, and now through our Portfolio program for organizations. It…
 
In part 2 of Cheryl’s interview today with Rachel Gutter, President of the IWBI, they discuss the IWBI’s new Task Force---with more than 250 members---whose goal is to help reduce the health burden of COVID-19 and other respiratory infections in the built environment. Rachel shares, “There was an unprecedented opportunity and a moral obligation in …
 
Part 1, Linda Lybert, Founder and Executive Director of the Healthcare Surfaces Institute shares what healthcare design professionals most need to know about pathogens post-COVID-19. “We’re in the middle of a pandemic and the education on this is very real,” Linda shares. The fact is we really have to clean our surfaces in the hospital setting in a…
 
In Part 2 of Cheryl’s fascinating conversation today with Linda Lybert--Founder and Executive Director of the Healthcare Surfaces Institute--they discuss the absence of validation requirements for surfaces that are used in the healthcare and hospital environment. Linda shares, “If you don’t have surfaces that are in the healthcare setting that can …
 
Paul Scialla, Founder and CEO at Delos is our guest today on the podcast. By placing health and wellness at the center of design, construction, technology and programming decisions, Delos is transforming our indoor environments into spaces that actively contribute to human health and well-being. Paul shares how the current crisis is moving beyond p…
 
Sara Marberry, EDAC, Healthcare Design Expert, Marketing Consultant, and writer on the short-and long-term effects of the current crisis on the healthcare design industry. Sara shares, “A halt on projects in the short term is not necessarily a bad thing. I think this will bring more renovation projects to make them safer to attract new residents in…
 
Rosalyn Cama, FASID, NCIDQ, EDAC, President and Principal Interior Designer at CAMA Inc. on The Time Between - traditionally known as “waiting time” in the hospital and healthcare setting. Rosalyn shares, “The space between care delivery can be so much longer. We decided to map these experiences and called it The Time Between. We wanted to know wha…
 
In this episode of the Hotel Design Podcast we welcome designer Kimberly Daoust, who is principal at Tandem - a Las Vegas-based interior design firm that she co-founded in 2005. While she lives in Austin, TX, she commutes by plane to Vegas. The conversation starts out with how Las Vegas is a great place for design freedom. Kim loves that by nature,…
 
Dr. Diana Anderson, a licensed and board-certified healthcare architect and licensed Internist, on the growing role of the physician in healthcare design, and why she invented the term “Dochitect.” She describes, “Even when I’m on rounds now in medicine, I’m constantly looking up at the lighting, looking at the ceiling tiles, and counting the squar…
 
In the second half of Cheryl’s conversation with Dr. Diana Anderson, they discuss this idea of what is the moral imperative of the architect to communicate research to clients and discuss potential benefits and harms of design. “Architects are sometimes torn between thinking about the state of healthcare outside of their individual project to a cli…
 
In this episode of the Hotel Design Podcast we welcome Tina Wichmann and Craig Palacios of the Las Vegas based design firm, Bunnyfish. They have been involved in some major projects, such as helping entrepreneur and CEO of Zappos Tony Hsieh reinvent downtown Las Vegas. The conversation starts with the duo dissecting a project they did in Reno, Neva…
 
Suzanne Fawley - Behavioral Health Consultant at Stance Healthcare on her early childhood experiences in the ED where her mother was an RN and the director of the department. “There were times when the school bus let me off at the hospital,” explains Suzanne. Most of the time I watched people, and noticed how they processed anger or hurt and pain, …
 
In the second half of Cheryl’s conversation with Suzanne Fawley, Suzanne breaks down her first furniture design for Stance Healthcare, which won the Resilia/HD Nightingale Award. Suzanne shares, “Resilia offers the same cylinder shape table that is often seen in the industry, however, the surround is made out of forbo marmoleum which is an asbestos…
 
Tama Duffy Day, Health & Wellness Leader at Gensler Architecture on the power of engaging the design professional to improve health and wellness, globally. Tama shares, “Whether I’m in Taiwan or China or Ireland or Pakistan or even domestically, talking with students in Fayetteville at the University of Arkansas or Moscow at the University of Idaho…
 
In the second half of Cheryl’s conversation today with Tama Duffy Day, Health & Wellness Leader at Gensler Architecture, Tama offers insight into her two-year position as podcast host on Gensler’s popular podcast, Design Exchange. Tama’s gives her advice to other design firms about whether or not to start their own podcast. She shares, “Being a pod…
 
Whitney Hendrickson, former Pediatric RN and current Healthcare Interior Designer at Perkins+Will shares her thoughts on what hospitals might look like in the year 2040. “I’m sure there will be smart footwalls, maybe an Alexa-style nurse call system, a way to take peoples’ weights through the floor and their blood pressure through the bed they are …
 
In this episode of the Hotel Design Podcast we welcome the founder of TAL Studio, Todd-Avery Lenahan. Based in Las Vegas, TAL Studio has been an integral part in designing huge projects for many major companies, including Disney and Wynn. In fact, since we recorded this show in late spring, TAL is merging with Wynn entirely. So there’s been a littl…
 
Teri Lura-Bennett, Lead Interior Designer at Johns Hopkins Health System and a registered nurse on how to reduce those incessant beeping noises in the hospital space. “I have an Apple Watch and when I’m driving it will tap me when it’s time to turn, and it would be as simple as that. A little tap and a visual code that says, room 422,” Says Teri ab…
 
My guest today is Amy Mays, Interior Design Practice Leader at HDR’s New York, New York architecture studio. “There are kiosk check-ins and wait time calculators so members are constantly informed,” says Amy about the changing face of waiting rooms at Kaiser Permanente. She draws an analogy between a patient waiting for their appointment and a pass…
 
In the second part of my conversation with Amy Mays, Interior Design Practice Leader at HDR’s New York, New York architecture studio, Amy shares what it was like to walk into the operating room to have 20 strangers staring at her right before her serious brain surgery, and how that experience changed her approach to healthcare design. “I ended up h…
 
Today I’m joined by the wicked smart, funny and talented Sara Parsons, Principal at Gallun Snow - a nationally recognized interior design firm that specializes in healing, learning and community environments. She says, “As convenience junkies here in the States, I’d bet that by the year 2040, we’re going to have more healthcare on our terms.” Sara …
 
In the second part of my conversation with the talented Sara Parsons, Principal at Gallun Snow Interior Design, Sara discusses the importance of artwork, color and furnishings in the behavioral and mental healthcare setting. She says, “The evolution of the design in behavioral and mental health facilities is exciting right now because there are fin…
 
In this episode of the Hotel Design Podcast we welcome incredible hotelier Larry Broughton, CEO of the boutique hotel company broughtonHOTELS. We also welcome the general manager of the Park James Hotel, Weston Spiegl. This show was recorded on the evening of the Park James hotel’s opening celebration, which is located in the Silicon Valley city of…
 
Today, I’m joined by Debra Levin, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Center for Health Design--a nonprofit organization whose mission it is to transform healthcare environments into a healthier, safer world through design research, education and advocacy, and the creative use of evidence based design. We discuss a range of topics, and Deb…
 
In the second part of my conversation with Debra Levin, CEO and President of The Center for Health Design, you’ll hear about Debra’s "aha" moment when she was with her dying mom in the ICU and subsequent hospice care. That, and how healthcare has radically changed in the past 10 years with the blurring of the lines between retail, hospitality and h…
 
In this episode of the Hotel Design Podcast, we welcome Beth Campbell – CEO of global interior architecture firm Wilson Associates. The company has designed some of the world’s most iconic addresses across the globe, and Campbell is looking to ensure its future success. This episode begins by highlighting Campbell’s personal journey from starting a…
 
Today I’m joined by Lisa Bonnet, Senior Interior Designer at the prestigious e4h - Environments for Health Architecture - a global architecture firm committed exclusively to the design of innovative health facilities. We discuss what’s it’s like to provide comfort to someone in a difficult situation or help someone celebrate a health milestone thro…
 
In the second part of my conversation with Lisa Bonnet, Senior Interior Designer at the prestigious e4h - Environments for Health Architecture, Lisa discusses the advancements in surface products in the hospital space that have contributed to the reduction of Hospital-Acquired Infections. In older hospitals, countertops around sinks have traditiona…
 
Today I’m joined by Scott McFadden, Director of Design at BSA LifeStructures--an architectural and engineering firm that designs facilities to support, enhance and inspire healing, learning and discoveries. Scott is brilliant and passionate, and generously shares his wisdom from his 30 years of design work. My favorite part of the conversation was …
 
In the second part of my conversation with Scott McFadden, Director of Design at BSA LifeStructures--an architectural and engineering firm that designs facilities to support, enhance and inspire healing, learning and discoveries--you’ll hear how on larger projects, the team builds what they call a life size “Cardboard City” in a big warehouse to te…
 
In part 2 of my interview with Avigail Eisenstadt, CEO, Founder and Principal Interior Designer at AE Design Group, Avigail generously shares the nooks and crannies of the teams’ process of a healthcare project, from interviewing the staff to how the team decides what is best for improving the resident experience in every corner of the building. I …
 
Today, I’m joined by Avigail Eisenstadt, CEO, Founder and Principal Interior Designer at AE Design Group. We discuss what is was really like for Avigail to land her first nursing home gig only one day after graduating from New York School of Interior Design, and her surprise of how much she loved it! We also speak about how Avigail blends her own u…
 
Join in today’s episode with our lovely guest Aimee Burmaster Hicks — Principal at Page Architecture firm at their Texas location. Aimee specializes in space planning and interior design development for corporate and healthcare clients. Her leadership role with Page builds on her commitment and collaborative approach to her work. “I like the idea o…
 
In this episode of the Hotel Design Podcast we welcome design industry icon Paul Steelman. He’s been involved in some of the most influential casino resort and hotel projects around the globe. His company Steelman Partners, has been closely tied to the leaders of the casino resort business such as Steve Wynn, Sheldon Adelson and Kirk Kerkorian. Gle…
 
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