Lantz-Boggio Architects’ Disney Celebration Care Center beats out over 100 communities across the country to win first place architecture and design award
DENVER, COLORADO – January 2020: Lantz-Boggio Architects is pleased to announce that our project, Disney Celebration Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Care Center, has won first place in the 2019 Senior Housing News Architecture and Design Awards Skilled Nursing/Post Acute category. The 120-bed care center is located on Celebration Boulevard at Disney Celebration, one of the most identifiable and iconic locations within metropolitan Orlando. The project has breathtaking views of Walt Disney World’s nightly fireworks show.
The design team utilized research-based best practices, along with new discoveries in culture change for nursing environments and the latest research in consumer expectations as a basis for the program of the building. Disney Celebration was designed to respond directly to the team’s findings and to inspire meaningful lifestyles and experiences for newer generations of older Americans and their families. The architectural concept included utilizing “evidence-based design for healing environments” to incorporate design features and supports that optimize a therapeutic intent throughout the interior and exterior environment.
The Town Center, which features Great Rooms, Cyber Lounge, Bistros and other hospitality spaces, was designed with floor-to-ceiling glass which affords access to protected outdoor courtyard and activity areas that offer a variety of experiences for residents and their families. Outdoor decks and balconies, covered outdoor participation areas, outdoor dining, walking paths, a water feature, fire pit and therapeutic landscaping materials are all included in the in the overall design to appeal to evolving lifestyle preferences for the outdoors.
Disney Celebration Care Center brought together several firms including: AdventHealth, the Owner of the project; Batson Cook Contractors, overseeing the build; Jirsa Hedrick Structural Engineers, the structural engineers on the project and LBA Interiors, as the project’s interior designer.
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