Jul 17, 2020
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 adjunct staff that bridge the gaps between the owners and the architects, and the medical equipment, or the senior living items that need to be within the space?’” Listen to Diana’s answer to this question and more on the changing face of healthcare design post COVID-19 in part 2 of today’s episode.
In Part 2 of Cheryl’s conversation with Diana Spellman, you will learn:
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Connect to a community interested in supporting clinician involvement in design and construction of the built environment by visiting The Nursing Institute for Healthcare Design at https://www.nursingihd.com/
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