• ASIAN EYE INSTITUTE | Manila, Philippines

    An innovation in interior design, the Asian Eye Institute (AEI) in Rockwell Center is a breakout from the traditional box design with its hotel-like ambiance. The warm colors and lighting, copious use of work and aluminum wall panels provide a cozy ambiance for patients and visitors. From the waiting lounge that leads to the modern-equipped examination and operating rooms, patients can enjoy a stunning view of the Rockwell Center landscape.

  • OSPITAL NG MUNTINLUPA | Manila, Philippines

    Committed to deliver quality health care to its patients, the Ospital ng Muntinlupa is designed with the city’s inhabitants in mind. Flanked by linear elements, the glass curtain wall at the center introduces verticality to the predominantly horizontal character of the structure, while the hallways and corridors were carefully reconfigured to maximize space allocation.

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    SHARJAH HEALTHCARE CITY | Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

    The Sharjah Healthcare City is designed to integrate components necessary to create an effectively functioning health city such as a hospital, a medical mall, pharmacy, clinics, hotels and serviced apartments, residential areas, central open spaces and general offices. The master plan is a response to the evolving need of medical service professions while adapting to the requirements of a culture unique to the Islamic world.

  • SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN'S CENTER | Madinat Yanbu Al-Sinaiyah (MYAS), Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

    A second home to children with minor disabilities, the Special Needs Children’s Center is a well-designed, 200-bedroom educational and treatment facility with residents ranging from infants to 12 years old. To help in-patients familiarize themselves with the city life, the interior courtyard is designed as a mini-city complete with streets, police stations, and other familiar urban elements.