Madeline Hill

I began my interior design career as an intern for Array, and concluded the summer as a full-time employee. At Array, I have the opportunity to explore my passion for interior design, critical space planning and innovative organization. While the psychology of healing spaces piqued my interest in healthcare design, ultimately the meticulous planning and spatial organization challenges and allows me to develop as a designer. From the architecture and planning, to the colors and textures in a space, I am inspired by the influence that healthcare designers have on the comfort, experience and well-being of patients, visitors, staff and caregivers.

Recent Posts

Enhancing the Check-In Process for Healthier, Happier and More Productive Staff

Posted by Madeline Hill on Jan 27, 2021

Welcome to our Clinician-Centered Design blog series, where we showcase guidance and design strategies to mitigate staff burnout, promote well-being and quantify the impact design solutions. Start...


Topics: clinician centered design

Nature-Inspired Healing Environments

Posted by Madeline Hill on Jan 18, 2019

With the goal of creating a strong unit identity, Array’s design team was inspired by the many different environments in the Washington, DC area. The team presented theming options of an urban.....READ MORE

Lab Expansion to Benefit Staff and Patients

Posted by Madeline Hill on Jun 20, 2017

While all of our designs affect healthcare, not all are the typical ‘face’ of healthcare – an emergency department expansion, a new physician’s office or an outpatient surgery center. Some of our.....READ MORE

Topics: Interior Design, hospital laboratory, offsite laboratory

How My Interior Design Journey Led Me to Healthcare Design

Posted by Madeline Hill on Sep 23, 2015

From as early as I can remember, I was designing. Whether it was creating decoupage plates with magazine clippings or rearranging the furniture in my room on a bi-weekly basis, I was always..


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