Ever wonder how interior designers find their niche in healthcare? Interior Design Magazine recently published an interview with Alyssa Scholz, principal and director of interior design at HGA in Los Angeles. Her interview provides insight into her experience within the healthcare sector and how design influences how patients heal. Click here to read the article by Jesse Dorris.
A client of mine recently had some of my images printed on metal at BayPhoto.com I didn’t know much about the process so I called BayPhoto to learn more. Here is what I learned: Why are metal prints so popular? It’s a great new look, especially if you mount them in a floating frame. It… Read More
I’m seeing more and more art consultants and healthcare designers listing themselves as EDAC Certified. EDAC is The Center for Health Design’s program that awards credentials to individuals who can demonstrate that they know how to apply an evidence-based design (EBD) process in healthcare. That means understanding some of the research behind EBD and being able… Read More
The proof that nature can enhance the healing process came from research that compared patients having a window looking out on nature versus looking at a brick wall. The fact that patients who had a window looking out on nature got better faster supports the use of nature art in healthcare; the artwork can be a substitute for the window. If… Read More
Mike Scott has a lot of experience helping clients create photographic wall murals. When I asked him for some tips he pointed out 4 areas that need to be understood to have a project turn out well: Aspect ratio To avoid the image being significantly cropped, the shape of the image should be similar to the shape… Read More