Designing for Health: Aspirational Furniture Design - Beautiful Form Follows Rigorous Function
Eduard Huebe, Arch Photo Inc.
Designing for Health: Aspirational Furniture Design - Beautiful Form Follows Rigorous Function
Apr 03, 2013 Perkins+Will, The Johns Hopkins Hospital
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Designing for Health: Aspirational Furniture Design - Beautiful Form Follows Rigorous Function _01 John Hopkins Hospital Perkins+Will
Sheikh Zayed Tower Main Lobby
The John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland

Furniture Credits: Inno sofa with Edelman Leather, Coalesse chairs with Brayton upholstery, Teknion tables with Zodiac tops, ISEC custom millwork desk with Hanex solid surfacing

Photography by Eduard Hueber, Arch Photo, Inc.
Designing for Health: Aspirational Furniture Design - Beautiful Form Follows Rigorous Function _02 John Hopkins Hospital Perkins+Will
Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center Main Lobby
The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland

Curtain wall frit design: Spencer Finch
Curator: Nancy Rosen

Furniture Credits: Vladimir Kagan Couture seating with Maharam Kvadrat upholstery with Nanotex, Coalesse chairs with Mayer Fabrics, Teknion tables with Zodiac tops, ISEC custom millwork table with Hanex solid surfacing

Photography by Matt Wargo Architectural and Interior Photography
Designing for Health: Aspirational Furniture Design - Beautiful Form Follows Rigorous Function _03 John Hopkins Hospital Perkins+Will
Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center Main Lobby
The John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland

Artist Robert Israel's 'School of Puffer Fish'-painted fiberglass
Curator: Nancy Rosen

Furniture Credits: Vladimir Kagan Couture and Cappelini both with Maharam Kvadrat with Nanotex

Photography by Eduard Hueber, Arch Photo, Inc.
Designing for Health: Aspirational Furniture Design - Beautiful Form Follows Rigorous Function _04 John Hopkins Hospital Perkins+Will
Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center Family Waiting Area
The John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland

Artist Timothy Woodman's "Ferdinand's Flowers" gouache and acrylic on paper
Curator: Nancy Rosen

Furniture Credits: Allermuir seating with Loop, Bernhardt & Paul Baryton upholstery, Hightower ottoman with Textilemania upholstery and HBF side table with Corian.

Photography by Eduard Hueber, Arch Photo, Inc.
Designing for Health: Aspirational Furniture Design - Beautiful Form Follows Rigorous Function _05 John Hopkins Hospital Perkins+Will
Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center Pediatric Surgery Waiting Area
The John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland

Furniture Credits: Coalesse seating with Maharam Kvadrat upholstery, HBF side table with Corian, Allermuir seating with HBF, ArcCom, Carnegie, Willow Tex & Maharam upholstery, Children's furnishings: Dauphin seating with Paul Brayton upholstery, Allermuir ottoman with Willow Tex upholstery

Photography by Eduard Hueber, Arch Photo Inc.

 
Designing for Health: Aspirational Furniture Design - Beautiful Form Follows Rigorous Function _06 John Hopkins Hospital Perkins+Will
Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center Family Lounge at Playroom
The John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland

Artist Lauren Adams's Papel Picado, color silkscreens on paper
Curator: Nancy Rosen.
Curtain wall color and glass collaboration: Spencer Finch

Furniture Credits: HBF seating with Maharam Kvadrat upholstery treated wtih Nanotex, HBF side table and
with Corian, Playroom: Vitra seating and IZZY table.

Photography by Eduard Hueber, Arch Photo Inc.
Designing for Health: Aspirational Furniture Design - Beautiful Form Follows Rigorous Function _07 John Hopkins Hospital Perkins+Will
Sheikh Zayed Tower Critical Care Room
The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland

Curtain wall glass collaboration: Spencer Finch
Curator: Nancy Rosen

Furniture Credits: Brayton side chair with Willow Tex upholstery, Nemschoff sleep sofa with Willow Tex upholstery.

Photography by Eduard Hueber, Arch Photo, Inc.