Flying colors

Pops of color provide visual relief throughout the facility, including the fifth-level intensive care nurses' station.

Private, single-patient rooms at Phoenix Children's Hospital provide views of the surrounding mountains through high-performance, low-E windows, and sun-shading screens help control daylight.

Pops of color provide visual relief throughout the facility, including the connecting corridor between the new tower and existing facilities.

In the three-story main lobby and elevator core, patients are welcomes with shaded glass walls and LED-animated interiors.

The new tower at Phoenix Children's Hospital evokes the image of a night-blooming desert flower. It is divided into three sections to reduce the effect of its overall scale and its curvilinear shape is designed to respond to Phoenix sun.

Pops of color provide visual relief throughout the facility, including the various patient exam areas.

Pops of color provide visual relief throughout the facility, including the waiting areas.

Pops of color provide visual relief throughout the facility, including the various patient exam areas.

Pops of color provide visual relief throughout the facility, including the common cafeteria.

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