Laura Morris

I'm a licensed interior designer with over 20 year of experience in healthcare design. My past project experiences range from large academic medical centers and greenfield hospitals to all sizes of renovations and additions. Most recently I completed the design for the new Inspira Medical Center at Mullica Hill. My responsibilities at Array includes serving as the Interior Design Director for all interior design staff across our multiple offices.

Recent Posts

Making a Difference: Renovating a Pediatric Inpatient Behavioral Health Unit

Posted by Laura Morris on Sep 22, 2020

Behavioral healthcare remains an underfunded service line, and Array strives to promote the important work of our clients who are focusing on this stigmatized specialty. In recent years, we’ve...


Topics: Behavioral Health Design, pediatric design

Design Feature: Jefferson Health Multi-Specialty Outpatient Center at the Philadelphia Navy Yard

Posted by Laura Morris on Feb 25, 2020

When Jefferson Health and Aegis Project Management engaged Array to design their first-ever multi-specialty clinic, our team had the privilege of working with Jefferson Health leadership to create.....READ MORE

Topics: Ambulatory Surgery Center Design, Philadelphia Navy Yard Doctor

My Travels With Dad: The Patient Experience & Waiting Environment

Posted by Laura Morris on Jun 16, 2016

In a previous post, I described how my mother’s battles with cancer led me to see healthcare environments differently. That journey really made me reflect on my design approach and made me want..


Topics: waiting rooms, patient experience

The Story Behind Choosing Patient Unit Flooring

Posted by Laura Morris on Oct 07, 2014

The importance of being good stewards of our clients' resources and being their advocate when choices are to be made that last upwards of 20 years are responsiblities we take seriously and provide.....READ MORE

Topics: Continuous Improvement, flooring choices, no-wax floor

Empathy in Design

Posted by Laura Morris on Apr 15, 2013

I began my career intent on changing the face of healthcare design. Working on complex design problems and having an opportunity to directly affect how someone heals in a space was the reason.....READ MORE

Topics: Empathy Mapping, Architecture, Healthcare Design, Interior Design, Affordable Care Act (ACA), Architects, Continuous Improvement, Healthcare, Healing Environment

Emerging Textile Technologies in Healthcare

Posted by Laura Morris on Feb 27, 2013

Technology within the textile industry continues to change dramatically. Since the early 1990s and the introduction of Crypton, there has been an influx of new products being brought to market for.....READ MORE

Topics: textile technology, Architecture, Healthcare Design, Affordable Care Act (ACA), finishes, Architects, Continuous Improvement, Healthcare

Can Art Heal in Pediatrics?

Posted by Laura Morris on Oct 12, 2012

In today’s leading pediatric facilities, including those designed by Array such as University Hospitals Rainbow Babies Children’s Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio, art installations become an.....READ MORE

Topics: Architecture, Pediatrics, Healthcare Design, Interior Design, hospitals, Art and Healthcare, Healthcare

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