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WHEN | Summer 2019




Developed jointly with ArchiLOGIX principal Peter Stanley and Verday Health; a non-profit that provides medical infrastructure in underserved communities. The goal of this project was to develop a series of building modules that could be plugged into one another to create health clinics of varying scale to serve the medical needs of rural communities.

The four modules developed consist of a “Core” reception and waiting area that housed staff rooms and offices which could be programmed differently depending on the scale of the specific clinic. A utility module which houses nursing stations, restrooms, and medical storage. An exam room module, which could be aggregated to meet the demand of the area, and a supplementary “core” piece which houses additional services such as an optometrist or dentist, allowing the clinics to provide a variety of medical services.


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