Central Harlem STD Clinic, New York, NY, by Stephen Yablon Architect, PLLC
Michael Moran
Central Harlem STD Clinic, New York, NY, by Stephen Yablon Architect, PLLC
Oct 08, 2010 The new, 7,000-sq-ft. Central Harlem STD Clinic, designed by Stephen Yablon Architect, aims to offer the community a welcoming resource that encourages individuals to seek regular testing, as well as education on Sexually Transmitted Disease prevention and health.
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Central Harlem STD Clinic, New York, NY, by Stephen Yablon Architect, PLLC_01 Warm, overhead lighting, lightly colored wood, and metal inclusions combine to create a welcoming entry for the Central Harlem STD Clinic.
Central Harlem STD Clinic, New York, NY, by Stephen Yablon Architect, PLLC_02 Educational space, which helps form the heart of the clinic's location, serves to offer information on the prevention and care of STDs to the surrounding community.
Central Harlem STD Clinic, New York, NY, by Stephen Yablon Architect, PLLC_03 The resin- and epoxy-coated create a glossy surfacing that helps to reflect the overhead lighting. Here is where patients wait following testing in the treatment rooms.
Central Harlem STD Clinic, New York, NY, by Stephen Yablon Architect, PLLC_04 Strategic lighting mimicks natural sunlight, creating a spa-like interior that calms patients. A lack of windows does not inhibit the designer's goal of a welcoming aesthetic.
Central Harlem STD Clinic, New York, NY, by Stephen Yablon Architect, PLLC_05 Metal finish accents boast low-VOC coating, adding to the building's overall sustainable design and contributes to compliance with NYC DDC High Performance Guidelines.
Central Harlem STD Clinic, New York, NY, by Stephen Yablon Architect, PLLC_06