Well-Being

We design buildings first and foremost for people – spaces that inspire and empower them to work, live, and learn to their greatest potential.

More and more colleges and universities are realizing they need improved health and wellness facilities that better address today’s students’ health concerns. More

Cision PR newswire profiles Jersey Shores $265 million investment in state-of-the-art outpatient facility featuring leading-edge cancer center, physician and medical specialties, and academic and research space.

AIA's newsletter highlights the influx of healthcare and senior living facilities as a promising outlet for young architects to discover their niche expertise. Our healthcare lead designer, Tushar Gupta weighs in.

The study compares and analyzes responses from students in three living-learning environments - at Pace University, Michigan State University, and the University of Michigan - regarding interactions with peers and faculty; involvement in co- and extra-curricular activities; and satisfaction with their residence hall environment. More

AIA Georgia Recognizes EYP's WellStar Learning Academy with a Design Award

The McMorrow Reports showcases EYP expertise in healthcare planning with a mini-case study on how best practices in bed-floor planning informed our designs for Ocean Medical Center.

Learning by Design profiles Workplace expert Leigh Stringer’s findings on campus well-being and mental health.

Unique architecture and innovative design features - that dramatically enhance the patient experience - are highlighted in the current issue of Medical Design & Construction.

February 12, 2018

A Family-Centric Facility

NOLA.com reports how our designs for the renovation of Children's Hospital of New Orleans will help foster a more family-friendly healthcare experience. 

Leigh Stringer’s Work Design research-based article explores workplace design strategies that support emotional safety while proactively reducing the opportunity for unacceptable behavior to occur.

American Builders Quarterly highlights our expertise on developing wellness-oriented solutions for today’s ever-evolving office space.

Evidence-Based Design (EBD) measurably impacts the patient experience and clinical delivery of care. More