Childhood obesity is one of the most serious public health challenges of the 21st century. To help address this complex epidemic at its roots – from genetics and poor diet to reduced physical activity – three renowned children's hospitals have dedicated space to features not usually found in healthcare facilities. More
In the April issue of Architectural Products Magazine EYP Project Director Mark Sealy describes how the materials that construct the University of North Carolina Wilmington’s Center for Marine Science stimulate economic development in NC through the discovery and development of new products and technologies derived from living organisms found in the sea.
EYP is partnering with the University of Virginia to research the impact of our recently designed McLeod Tyler Wellness Center. Part of the College of William and Mary campus, this new student health center combines several health and wellness services into one facility - and our research will examine the beneficial effects of this new space on faculty and students. More
Net Zero Buildings Magazine explores how the ZEN Building, the largest zero energy-capable facility in the nation, is a test bed for emerging building technologies and shows the world what can be economically accomplished today.
Virginia Commonwealth University celebrated the opening of its EYP-designed College of Health Professions Building, a dramatic delivery in its promise to empower students and researchers by unifying talent, nationally ranked programs, and technology under one roof. Inspired by critical intersections in healthcare delivery, education, and research, the building’s thoughtful design positions the University for continued growth and success in team-based healthcare education.