As the cost effective speed-to-market process continues to dominate Healthcare project delivery, designers must alter their process in order to ensure best practices and innovations are instilled. Learn how CAMA is managing this shift.
Learn how artist, Alison Berry developed her approach to her unique conceptual cartography artwork, inspiring CAMA to commission her for the Emerson Resort and Spa renovation project.
This photo of the new Ronald McDonald House of CT offers a juxtaposition of our design history - Though built over 2 decades apart from each other, both projects had the same goal: to embody a culture of family-centered care.
As 2017 comes to a close, we take a look back at our travels that allowed us to collaborate, mentor and learn. Read about this year's highlights...
Healthcare experiences are often complex and frightening, which is why healthcare environments must accommodate new technology while also enabling the concepts of patient-centered care.
A patient's daughter wrote to Smilow sharing the great positive effect that a painting hanging in her father's hospital room gave to him in his final moments...
Frank Bruckmann's community-centered art not only comforts visitors of Smilow Cancer Center but also compliments Yale New Haven Health's commitment to connect with the communities it serves.
The lifestyle that attracted millions of people to cities is drastically affecting our health and wellbeing. Learn how cities are fighting back and promoting healthier lifestyles through the design of the environment and community activities.
Today over half of the world’s population lives in a city and this number is expected to grow rapidly. According to projections from the United Nations, by 2030, the world will have 41 cities each with 10 million inhabitants or more. How will megacity living impact our health and wellbeing?
The new Ronald McDonald House of Connecticut provides comfort and wellbeing for families of patients at the children's hospital across the street.