This award-winning new facility is a confidence-inspiring oasis of hope for young people with brain and spinal cord injuries, as well as those with developmental disabilities. The building program unites previously scattered facilities for research, education and therapeutic care at Kennedy Krieger, an affiliate of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. The design team worked closely with patients, families and staff to develop a concept that seamlessly integrates architecture, interiors, environmental graphics, and landscape into a unified healing experience.
- 115,000 GSF
40 examination rooms
Physical therapy pools and gyms
Sensory integration gym
Multifunctional therapy suite: occupational, physical, speech, audiology and activities of daily living
Environmental Graphic Design
Awards & Honors
ASID Design Excellence Award - Healthcare
Best of the Best Awards Top Honor in Healthcare
Healthcare Environment Honorable Mention
Embodiment of Hope
Inspired by the client’s mission and goals, the design symbolizes the hope sustained by therapeutic care and advances in research.Well-Being
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