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Neumann to Speak at Boston Symposium
Neumann to Speak at Boston Symposium


On May 1, 2017 at the Patient Experience Symposium in Boston, E4H Partner Kevin Neumann, AIA will discuss the future of the patient room and share his design strategies for enhancing & advancing the patient experience. More Info on Symposium

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Projects

Northwell Health Corporate Offices
Northwell Health Corporate Offices


Northwell Health sought a design partner to shape its workspace experience and create an environment that supports a mix of collaboration and focused work. Open and collaborative, yet private and flexible, the design maximized the square footage available and provided an engaging design solution that incorporates spaces appealing to a very diverse staff demographic.
A creative planning and design approach allowed the manipulation of the football field floorplate to find intimate settings and achieve an energetic, yet quiet, stimulating, yet soothing work place. The executive offices, meeting rooms, lounges, and support spaces reflect a sense of wellness, and sustainability while providing daylight access for all.

Research &
Publications

HCD Features Mercy Medical Center
HCD Features Mercy Medical Center


Mercy Medical Center's $15M Sister Caritas Cancer Center consolidated outpatient cancer care programs in one 26,000SF comprehensive and collaborative space. 

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Baylor Scott & White's Digital Health Office
Baylor Scott & White's Digital Health Of


For Baylor Scott & White's new Digital Health Office, E4H created a dynamic and open workspace environment providing a mobile work model and flexibility for future growth.

Adjustable desks with sit to stand features, stadium seating, bean bag and swing chairs suspended from the ceiling structure will turn the office into a hub that supports teamwork, encourages socialization and fosters creativity.

Glass storefronts, sliding glass doors and large exterior windows allow for direct visual access to the outdoors while a full height living moss, anchored behind the stadium seating and an oversized live edge table harvested from responsibly forested trees, brings the outdoors inside.