Arlington Free Clinic Interiors by Perkins+Will, Virginia

Arlington Free Clinic Interiors conference-education space by Perkins+Will, Virginia


Complete in 2009, this is the first free clinic in Virginia and the first health care space in Arlington County which receive LEED certification. AFC interiors is designed by Perkins+Will Architecture firms that always committed to create the positive change for client’s businesses, brands and organizations. Just like AFC, this is a private, nonprofit, community-based organization that provides medical care at no charge to low-income, uninsured persons through the use of volunteers and other health providers. Built entirely from donations, the free clinic was created to reflect the client’s goals of respect, dignity and inspiration. Through a careful project research, the architects creating a healing environment that was affordable and maintainable. A simple flower provided the design concept. The concept illustrated the importance of a stable core and the beauty in the organic nature of the petals. This “core” engaged the four essential elements of AFC: welcome, support, community and treat (clinic). The conclusions, AFC is the flexible conference/education space, the center element of the plan, supports board meetings, patient education and community events and is partitioned by curved sliding doors.

Arlington Free Clinic Interiors by Perkins+Will, Virginia

Arlington Free Clinic Interiors Medical room by Perkins+Will, Virginia









 

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