Healthcare Headquarters Prototype: Workplace as Public Space

During the pandemic, Architecture Is Fun conceptualized a campus plan for an urban San Juan, Puerto Rico healthcare company, accommodating the organization’s potential growth, including post-pandemic distributed work strategies, workspace trends, and blended spaces for work, play, and well-being. The flexible plan ensures new ways of working are supported and encouraged, while transforming banal corporate real estate into a community incubator.

Reimagining the New Workplace as a Vital Community Public Space

The site includes a 12-story tower, former theater, and parking garage whose spaces and street level presence provide equitable and inclusive areas. This concept of a post-pandemic workplace can strive to restore a sense of community, encouraging the workforce and community members to interact with their own networks and the neighborhood. The design is barrier-free, addressing the needs of the broadest array of people. Spaces are intuitive, desirable, and flexible. They are indoors and out-of-doors. They encourage staff and leadership to take control of their experience without special accommodations.  To use the company’s own tagline, the design makes healthcare awesome!

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