Design can solve a lot of issues, issues that may have seemed like the way thing have to be, because that’s the way they’ve always been. Nothing needs to be the way they are. Witness this – via mymodernmet
This Ohio-based assisted living facility is artfully enabling its residents to relive their warm, youthful memories via its creative interior design. With three locations in Madison, South Russell, and Saybrook, The Lantern lays out its indoor centers to appear like the cozy neighborhoods of the 1940’s, with its hall carpets mimicking sidewalks and grass, interspersed with brick columns and street lamps. The entryway to each resident’s room is surrounded by a nostalgic architectural facade, complete with a porch equipped with rocking chairs. There’s even a fiber-optic ceiling, which appears scattered with clouds during the day and darkened at night, and a birdsong soundtrack plays off and on to evoke a true outdoor settin
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