Womens Specialists of New Mexico

Soft, warm, comfortable neutral tones were accented with earthy plum and eggplant fabrics with true purple accents punctuated by fresh orange all resulting in an upscale, calming environment with a little whimsy. Hoech designed partial-height walls with translucent panels, curved forms contrasting with grids and durable surfaces to create interest and ease of maintenance. Individually selected poster art is uniformly framed to add interest to each exam room and main focal walls throughout the suite. Seating areas are made less monotonous with the addition of a curvaceous banquette. This type of seating is good for mothers with small children in tow and the tight tweed loop carpet is forgiving against wear and tear. Even the employees are treated to nice design touches as seen in their lounge complete with a counter and stools, along with several tables which can be grouped together for various gatherings. The colorful flooring and poster art lend a cafe-like feeling resulting in a pleasant place to take a break.

Architects: Kevin Georges and Associates