This studio project involves an interdisciplinary design collaboration between architecture students and interior design students at the College of Architecture in Norman, the Urban Design Studio in Tulsa, the Architecture for Health Design Studio at Texas A&M, the clinical program development at the OU Wayman Tisdale Specialty Center, School of Community Medicine and the Tulsa Economic Development Corporation. In teams of four (2 architect students and 2 interior design students) we worked on creating alternative designs for the Tisdale Clinic, its future expansion and the rehabilitation of the Northland Shopping Center.
Nexus Design Group was picked in the top 4 (among 17 participating groups) to be presented to the Tulsa City Planning Committee.
NEXUS Design Group name stands for the center or beginning. This theory is to be carried out from this community health center, so all wellness will spread through the community like a ripple effect occurring from a drop of water.
Status: School Project