One of our new projects showcases collaboration at its finest – the result of Robert Rippe and Associates teaming up with HGA Architects to design a room-service patient kitchen and a retail dining space in the newly built, 90-bed tower at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Appleton, Wisconsin.
The challenge was a 12-foot-wide corridor that connected the patient tower with a surgery center which ran straight through the center of the servery ceiling. Foodservice designer, Christine Guyott, was concerned about the space feeling too low and closed off.
Read how the design team solved the issue and created a “Whole-Foods” inspired Marketplace with display cooking stations and versatile equipment to work around this daunting challenge.
The full story was published in the spring edition of Focus on Healthcare Foodservice.