This doctor’s office consists of ten exam rooms, four offices, a laboratory, and administrative areas. The design objectives were to create a building that takes advantage of natural lighting within a form that is sleek and modern in appearance. The owner needed future expansion capabilities included in the design, which was achieved through the inclusion of a 2nd level, which allowed natural light to be brought in from above. Rarely are the interior lights needed during the daytime to achieve acceptable lighting levels, thus reducing energy costs.
This project received the 2009 Eastern Section Design Award
Location: Goldsboro, NC
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