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Nicole Wood

I am an interior designer with 10 years experience in the healthcare, commercial and hospitality industries. I earned my Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from Philadelphia University and am a registered Interior Designer in Nevada, NCIDQ certified and a LEED AP.

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Mannington Reveals Philadelphia Design Local Carpet Line

Posted by Nicole Wood on Oct 06, 2015

I blogged previously on the inspirational experience I had with my design cohorts as we explored our city and absorbed design cues during Mannington's Design Local event in Philadelphia

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Topics: Design Local, Healthcare Design

Design Local Inspiration

Posted by Nicole Wood on Mar 31, 2014

Featured in Healthcare Construction + Operations, March 2014.

As designers, we are often consulted by manufacturers during the later stages of their product development process. They ask our.....READ MORE

Topics: furniture, Design Local, NCIDQ, Healthcare Design, Interior Design, finishes, inspiration, Healthcare

The Resource Library goes Digital

Posted by Nicole Wood on Jun 10, 2013

As designers, we have a tendency to hold on to everything “just in case” we need it. The fast paced profession we live in has taught us to always have options on hand. However, it has become.....READ MORE

Topics: digital library, Healthcare Design, Interior Design, Continuous Improvement

Sustainable Elements for a LEED Gold Certified Hospital

Posted by Nicole Wood on Dec 20, 2012

Capital Health Medical Center – Hopewell recently achieved LEED Gold status from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).This six-story, 570,000 square-foot replacement hospital with an.....READ MORE

Topics: Architecture, Healthcare Design, LEED, Architects, Continuous Improvement, Healthcare, Advisory Services

Art and Healthcare

Posted by Nicole Wood on Jul 02, 2012

I believe strongly in the healing power of art. I recently had the opportunity to revisit one of Array’s projects that opened back in November. It was incredibly rewarding to hear the hospital’s.....READ MORE

Topics: Architecture, Specialty Architecture, Healthcare Design, Interior Design, Affordable Care Act (ACA), renovation, hospitals, Exterior Design, Architects, Art and Healthcare, Continuous Improvement, Healthcare

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