The Opening of Cangzhou People 's Hospital Reproductive Center
Monday, March 27, 2017Read moreRead less
The recent completed Cangzhou People 's Hospital Reproductive Center is 1600sqm. The facility spreads across the 4th floor of the Cangzhou General Hospital, providing diagnosis & fertility treatments, including IVF, IUI - artificial insemination and an innovative in-house embryology laboratory.
The success of this clinic resides in its way to foster a welcoming, relaxing and calming environment, through its balance of elegance and medical innovation.
RS Receives Award from IIDA at the Healthcare Design Expo and Conference
Thursday, December 15, 2016Read moreRead less
Members of our Healthcare team traveled to the United States to receive an award as a winner of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) 2016 Healthcare Interior Design Competition. This competition honors and celebrates outstanding originality and excellence in the design and furnishings of healthcare interior spaces. Robarts Spaces won the category of Ambulatory Care Centers – Outpatient Clinics for the Jiangsu Immigration & International Travel Hygiene Center in Nanjing, China.
“The winners of this year’s IIDA Healthcare Interior Design Competition created exceptionally designed environments that are positively impacting the wellbeing of the patients treated in these facilities as well as their families and those who work there. With more research showing the link between design and positive patient outcomes, these designers are making a tremendous impact on the healthcare industry,” said IIDA Executive Vice President and CEO Cheryl S. Durst, Hon. FIIDA, LEED AP.
The jury panel reviewing this year’s competition included Michelle Clark, IIDA, RID, LEED AP (Senior Associate, Rees Associates Inc.); Suzen L. Heeley (Executive Director, Design + Construction, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center); and Lisa Herriott, IIDA, LEED AP ID+C (Interior Designer, Project Manager, UW Medicine | Harborview Medical Center).
Find additional information about this project here.
RS Wishes you a joyous Mid-Autumn Festival
Wednesday, September 14, 2016Read moreRead less
All of us at Robarts Spaces wish you a joyous Mid-Autumn Festival.
Thank you for your continued and valued support.
Enjoy the beauty of the moon on 15th September.
RS Presents “Office Without Boundaries” at the 2016 Asia Workspace Innovation Summit
Thursday, September 01, 2016Read moreRead less
On 1 September, at the 2016 Asia Workspace Innovation Summit in Shanghai, Silvia Minciarelli and Yaching Hsueh, Robarts Spaces Creative Director and Partner (Interior Design), respectively, gave a keynote presentation on “Office Without Boundaries” highlighting Robarts Spaces’ experience and learnings with Activity-Based Working (ABW) design.
Their joint presentation, itself a symbol of the collaboration at the heart of ABW, featured four Robarts Spaces projects with ABW design for a range of clients including an international management consultancy, a premier China-based law firm, and international product manufacturing company. Various ABW design considerations and approaches were illustrated and shared. Interwoven through these project overviews was a poignant story of an employee who transitioned from a traditional to ABW office and discovered not only a new physical environment but a greater sense of community and connectedness in the space.
"A 10-Year Legacy of Igniting Passions" with Ogilvy & Mather
Friday, January 08, 2016Read moreRead less
On 7 January 2016, the Robarts Spaces team joined our client, Ogilvy & Mather, for the opening of "A 10-Year Legacy of igniting passions", in celebration of 10 years since we completed the O Gallery and the first Ogilvy office in Beijing’s Huali Building. The exhibition was opened by Miles Young, the global Chairman and CEO of Ogilvy, who also opened the O Gallery and Ogilvy office 10 years ago.
Prior to the opening, we joined Ogilvy’s Shenan Chuang in an interview with two design magazines, “缤纷SPACE" and "DESIGN WIRE", who also toured the newly remodeled Ogilvy office spaces—this being an ongoing and phased program of work with Ogilvy to entirely refresh their Beijing offices. The new workspaces are an excellent example of Activity Based Working (ABW), including 8 work cafes- one on each floor—under the concept of O-Café, as well as a refresh of the contemporary Chinese cultural elements and creativity that are at the heart of Beijing Ogilvy’s DNA.