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Ryan Keszczyk

As an architectural designer for Array, I get the opportunity to change lives in a positive way through the built environment. The healthcare industry is one that is continuously changing and adapting with new technology, allowing designers to adapt and transform with the changing trends. As a healthcare designer, my every decision throughout the design process directly impacts the well-being and comfort of both patient and caregiver.

Recent Posts

Why Current and Future State Mapping is Crucial

Posted by Ryan Keszczyk on Oct 28, 2016 at 2:45 PM

We are continually looking for ways to transform the way we design, as well as how we involve our clients and end-users early on in our design approach. Mapping current and future states has become an integral part of our design approach, allowing us to learn and better understand more details about our clients. We use process mapping as a tool to work with the client and look at all the different steps that allow the client to do their work. It gives the designers insight on the workflows that exist at a current facility.

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Topics: future state mapping, current state mapping

My Architectural Journey Continues

Posted by Ryan Keszczyk on Oct 10, 2013 at 12:22 PM

My decision to go into healthcare architecture was fairly simple. My previous experience interning at Array has shown me how rewarding working in the healthcare industry could be.The healthcare industry is one that is continuously changing and adapting with new technology, allowing designers to adapt and transform with the changing trends. In a field with increasing rules and regulations that ensure the safety of patients and caregivers, the opportunity to design through details becomes necessary. As a healthcare architect, every decision throughout the design process directly impacts the well-being and comfort of both patient and caregiver.

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Topics: architecture, healthcare design, knowledge, architects, continuous improvement, hospital design

Why I Became a Healthcare Architect

Posted by Ryan Keszczyk on Aug 21, 2012 at 5:58 AM

As for most seniors in high school, deciding which college to attend was one of the hardest life decisions I had to make up to that point. I knew very little about what type of college I wanted to attend (city/rural, small/large), but I was certain that I wanted to study architecture. Growing up in the suburbs of Philadelphia, my experiences and travels were restricted to the Northeast, which made my decision to attend Tulane University in New Orleans pretty extreme at the time.

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Topics: NewOrleans, furniture, architecture, Ryan Keszczyk, healthcare design, interior design, ACA, Charity Hospital, Array, hospitals, architects, Tulane, continuous improvement, healthcare, array architects