The Brandman Center for Senior Care, Awarded
|Owner||Los Angeles Jewish Home for the Aging|
|Architect||GMPA Architects, Inc|
|Interior Designer||Wolcott Interiors|
|Structural Engineer||MHP Structural Engineers|
|MEP L/S||Davidovich & Associates|
|Landscape Architect||Ahbe Landscape Architects|
|Construction Management||Orgel Construction Management|
|General Contractor||PNG General Contractor|
|Awards||2013 American Institute of Architects (AIA) Design for Aging Review Merit Award|
The Los Angeles Jewish Home’s first Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE), which is envisioned as a prototype.
As you walk through the facility, daylight filters throughout, creating an uplifting experience of open views and a connection to nature. The welcoming surroundings of the overall design create a relaxed environment and serves as an ideal healthcare ambiance for patients and providers.
The reception area has a hospitality feel and a modern flair.
The multi-purpose room accommodates dining, meeting space, social gatherings, arts & crafts and computers.
Thoughtfully designed, the spaces are functional yet elegant. A sophisticated color palette, upscale lighting and geometric wood accents are a departure from the typical clinical setting.
The nurses station is open yet functional with space for filing located underneath the desk area.
New lighting, signage, landscaping, entry and windows lend a modern, welcoming feeling to the renovated building.