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Room to Grow

August 25, 2020

By Chesenia Burgos

Our Chesenia Burgos tells Medical Construction & Design how to design pediatric healthcare spaces that appeals to young patients as they grow

The path through childhood is made up of many phases, and the space around us should reflect that growth. In early years, we are drawn to bright colors and charming cartoons. Remember your first bedroom filled with teddy bears, dinosaurs or rainbows — a wonderland for imagination? A few years later and the teddy bears are replaced by toy cars or unicorns. Another few years pass to find posters of a favorite band or sports star adorning our bedroom walls as we navigate the world of teenagerhood — those awkward years. With high school comes cliques, gossip, sports and just trying to find our “place.” 

Read the full article at Medical Construction & Design.


  • Chesenia Burgos

    Chesenia is an interior designer with a passion for strategic planning. In her position, she provides clients with planning, programming, research, and design services for various higher education and healthcare projects.

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