We interact with our surroundings using sight, sound, and touch. This allows our environment to shape how we feel, what we think, and what we do.
Our job as designers is to create spaces that reflect the unique personalities, interests, and individual backgrounds of each community we serve. Art provides us with incredible tools through which we can foster communication as well as reach residents who struggle with physical or memory challenges.
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Inspired by the wetlands of central Florida, this collection includes a range of work in which artists explore ways to capture nature. From representations of native plants and animals to abstract landscapes, it aims to show the many ways that an experience of nature can be evoked through a work of art, whether through subject matter, color, or organic, abstract forms. See more collections.
Communal areas in independent living typically support connections between people and their environment. Artwork in a communal setting can support the creation of a positive connection by transforming a ‘space’ into a ‘place’. This collection inspired by Utah can mark and fill a space, adding texture and providing sensory pleasure while communicating and inspiring stories that promote imaginative and emotional engagement. See more collections.