There’s a facet of healthcare interior design that doesn’t get much air time.

It’s a large part of why some spaces feels safe and nurturing, delightful to the senses and have that quality the mind can’t wrap itself around.

This is a big part of my work.

I hear hints of this quality in interviews with people like the father/son architecture team I.M. and C.C. Pei who designed the state of the art 1-million square foot medical center at UCLA.

This highly successful facility was conceived as an instrument of healing with liberal use of natural light and human-centric spaces.

I feel called to share this esoteric aspect more and since recording podcasts is such a great way to help you design your own waiting rooms, offices, exam rooms, clinics, staff rooms and other wellness spaces, I’ve started doing that with a new micro-podcast.

For now I’m just sharing this only with you here, and on a private channel. That means it’s not in the iTunes Store just yet.

The first episode is now live:

http://taoofhealthcaredesign.com/

Yours in wholehearted living,

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