The open view to the Exam rooms reflect the design strategies used to provide elegant but practical selections of interior finish materials. The enlay pattern of wood in thedoor pediments are repeated in the patterned floor featuring a vinyl product with cushioned comfort.

Euthenics began this commission by planning the interior space around the functioning requirements of each department. Establishing the floor plans with emphasis on departmental adjacenices and practical traffic flow patterns first, the Designers selected the furnishings and color schemes with the patients and staff in mind.

Beautiful outside surroundings of Old Tampa Bay and landscaping featuring existing oak trees were not forgotten in the planning of the space. A continuous ribbon of glass makes up the exterior of the building so that the view is not lost.

Euthenics worked closely with the architect and contractor in conveying the Owner's desires in image and planning.

Barbara Riley Collins, Interior Designer (ID #0004560), provided interior planning and design services for the project as Project Director. She worked closely with the users to insure calm and comfortable surroundings in the spacial layouts and color and material selections.


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