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SLAM completes Doylestown Health’s Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion

Philadelphia, PA. – September 9, 2020 – The S/L/A/M Collaborative (SLAM) (formerly CBRE | Heery Design Group), in partnership with Doylestown Health, completed a new $54 million, 100,000-SF three-story addition to Doylestown Hospital, called the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion, located in Doylestown, PA.  The second floor of the Pavilion houses the Center for Heart and Vascular Care (the Center), marking the completion of phase one of a three-phase project.

[DT logo] Creativity in Design to Enrich Lives

The Design Thinkers Blog presents the diverse viewpoints of our team members. We hope you enjoy their perspective and ideas on all the things that inspire and excite them.  We are SLAM!

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Carlo Scarpa: The Forgotten Master

Carlo Scarpa was endearingly called “Professor” and ironically, I have learned a great deal from his teachings, his drawings, and his work. His admiration for how the passage of time and nature are intertwined is to be revered. Perhaps, because he was a Venetian, Scarpa was extremely thoughtful in the study of water, the landscape and ground plane, and it’s influences on architecture. – Dean Ober

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Feeling WELL in our buildings

Before I ventured into the architecture and design world, I worked as an Account Manager for a global advertising agency in NYC. The industry is known to be extremely demanding. I worked long hours, late into the night, but I was fresh out of college and didn’t know any better. I also didn’t know that my workplace environment was not conducive to supporting the demands of our work. - Eleana Lynch

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Single Size Office Approach, Radical for Law Firm

Designing the legal workplace has just become more interesting! Our attorney clients are realizing that it no longer makes sense to hold onto conventional workplace ideas. - Monika Avery

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A Rebrand and Curriculum Transformation Helps University Produce National Leaders in Health Care

Our team and partner, OPN Architects (OPN), were focused on the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s (UW-M) Academic Affairs Curriculum Enhancement Project and their desire to be national leader in health care and advance the well-being for the people of Wisconsin and beyond. - Mark Rhoades