Project Overview

Modeling the building out of living systems, the exterior building found its inspiration in the mountains surrounding Phoenix. In particular White Tank Range clearly visible to the west of Goodyear and the Red Mountain to the east in the Salt River Pima – Maricopa Indian Community, while the interior took its cue from the narrow light dappled Antelope Canyon on Navajo lands east of Page, Arizona.

Organic Architecture was a main focus in this design. By replicating the calming and spiritual elements found in nature, triARC was able to provide a measure of peace and reduce the stress that patients have when they contemplate a visit to the doctor. The seamless blending of the public spaces and the “back of the house” areas are a hallmark of the Adelante buildings. The recurring use of soffits, skylights and solar tubes emulate the “shafts of light for which Antelope Canyon is so well known, while the warm finishes and rich hues of flooring evoke the rock and sand floors of the canyon.

At a Glance

Sector: Healthcare

Type: Tenant Improvement

Size: 45000 sf

Cost: $3,600,000

Timeline: OCT '17- JAN '19