This new two-story outpatient clinic addition employs a formally simple diagram as a counterpoint to this existing 1960s critical access hospital in Northeast Iowa. It's orientation maximizes the view, utilizes natural daylighting strategies and emphasizes wellness in every aspect of the design.
On a full city block in the Des Moines’ historic East Village, this housing and hotel development includes a garden space on the parking ramp rooftop for residents in mixed efficiency units that range in size and stories.
INVISION recently completed a new two-story inpatient and specialty clinic addition that represents the hospital’s largest addition to the campus in its history, and is the result of its first capital campaign in over two decades.
Within the two-stories of the Dilley Building, 35,500 sq. ft. of an old paper manufacturing warehouse were renovated to accommodate commercial office fit-outs for two companies as well as future restaurant and retail tenant expansion.
Goals for this new student housing facility include serving as a recruitment tool for new students, expanded student life opportunities, contributing to the financial success of the college and an enhanced focus on the efficiency and quality of the college campus living experience.
This phase of a master plan addressed issues of a school with more students than originally planned. The project relocated the kitchen and cafeteria allowing the newly designed Commons Addition to be a light filled, multi-purpose space for eating, teaching and community events.
INVISION was commissioned to help capture the owners’ goals of a contemporary home that broke the mold of the rustic mountain homes that populate this high-end development, overlooking the Whitefish Ski Resort.
This design-build created a space that includes spa/clinic rooms, a doctor’s suite, offices, waiting and reception area, procedure and recovery rooms, break room for staff, as well as a second level shell space for a future tenant.
This multi-phase project made the building a cutting-edge facility for dental education. The design team worked to accommodate many needs in one, patient-centered solution that encourages collaboration and accommodates present and future modernization.
Based on a comprehensive needs assessment, construction of this new school provided the opportunity to create modern, effective learning environments for students in a building that is designed to last and adapt.
The first phase sought to create a new home for Panther football training, and the second to provide viewing and offices that would both heighten the student-athlete experience and assist in recruitment and fundraising opportunities.