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Nothing satisfies us more than hearing our clients say that we really listened.  

We pride ourselves on understanding our client’s vision and culture and translating it through architecture and design. 

If one word were to describe how we work, it would be collaboration – that’s how we engage our clients and how our employee teams work together. We deeply value the input of our clients, as well as their residents, employees, and stakeholders.

Over the years, we’ve crafted a highly personalized, multi-step approach to design. Charrettes, or working planning and design sessions, are central to our process and ensuring we meet your goals. 

These sessions allow us to listen, learn, and facilitate fresh and innovative solutions. Using the design process, we assist in facilitating culture change and shifting the focus of care in senior living.

From our offices in our Cleveland, Fort Lauderdale, and Washington DC, we work on projects across the nation meeting the needs of seniors who seek highly personalized, vibrant living environments. Our work spans the full continuum from designs for specialty healthcare to residential spaces, including working with the Department of Veterans Affairs on a major cultural transformation to Community Living Centers.

We work with clients on projects with limited resources as well as those with generous budgets to design buildings and spaces that accommodate the changes and challenges that come with age, and position them to thrive.  

Wellness and the whole-person+

by the way

Enjoyed catching up with clients and colleagues at the LeadingAge Illinois Annual Meeting and Expo.

2 months ago via Instagram

Enjoyed catching up with clients and colleagues at the LeadingAge Illinois Annual Meeting and Expo.

Cleveland, OH

Cleveland, OH 44122
216-593-0057

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
954-617-0500
FL Lic. #AA26002017

Washington, DC

Washington, DC 20037
877-774-7733

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