Brooklyn Infusion Center by ZGF Architects
John Bartelstone Photography and Chun Y Lai
Brooklyn Infusion Center by ZGF Architects
Oct 12, 2011 ZGF creates an unexpectedly serene chemotherapy treatment center in Brooklyn

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Brooklyn Infusion Center by ZGF Architects_01 Beyond the storefront glazing, the center's inFUSION gallery rotates works by local artists. Photo by John Bartelstone Photography
Brooklyn Infusion Center by ZGF Architects_02 Connections between treatment pods are emphasized by diagonal lines of dropped-ceiling panels. Photo by Chun Y Lai
Brooklyn Infusion Center by ZGF Architects_03 A stainless-steel and mesh water feature adds to the tranquility of the central garden space. Photo by John Bartelstone Photography
Brooklyn Infusion Center by ZGF Architects_04 Corian planters offer built-in seating. Their base rope lighting create a floating effect. Photo by John Bartelstone Photography
Brooklyn Infusion Center by ZGF Architects_05 Slatted-wood ceiling panels lend warmth to the space. Photo by Chun Y Lai
Brooklyn Infusion Center by ZGF Architects_06 Backlit translucent panels utilize color-changing LEDs, drawing attention to the white-oak reception desk. Photo by Chun Y Lai
Brooklyn Infusion Center by ZGF Architects_07 Treatment pods feature custom IOA chemotherapy chairs equipped with multimedia touch-screens and glass sliding doors for privacy or openness. Photo by John Bartelstone Photography
Brooklyn Infusion Center by ZGF Architects_08 LED rope lights lining the Corian planter/seating bases set them aglow against bamboo flooring. Photo by John Bartelstone Photography
Brooklyn Infusion Center by ZGF Architects_09 A table with chairs provides a guest seating option for eating or playing board games, and connections between treatment pods are emphasized by diagonal lines of dropped-ceiling panels. Photo by John Bartelstone Photography
Brooklyn Infusion Center by ZGF Architects_10 Corian planters have integrated seating. LED rope lights lining the bases set planters aglow against bamboo flooring. Photo by John Bartelstone Photography