Amore Kimball Office Contest Winners Trip – Amazing!
In April Kimball Office and had the opportunity to host 5 designers and all their guests on a trip of a lifetime to Milan, Italy. The attendees had the opportunity to choose from a variety of excursions including Milan tours to the Furniture Fair and The Last Supper, traditional Italian cooking classes, and much more.
New relationships were developed and others were strengthened.
Enter to win the Design Your Way Down Under Trip in 2017. The Design Your Way Down Under Promotion sponsored by Kimball Office gives Designers an opportunity to travel to Sydney, Australia and Queenstown, New Zealand in the 2017 Design Competition! This amazing trip of a lifetime will be awarded to ten deserving designers! Projects installed between January 1, 2015 and December 31, 2016 are eligible to win. Review additional information at: Design Your Way Down Under Competition
Congrats to Cholsu Sean Kim of GKK Works on being selected for the Pomona Valley Hosptial and Out Patient Project. One of 5 Amore Design Competition winners by KimballOffice! See the Winning Projects Here
Pomona Valley Hospital – Cholsu Sean Kim, gkkworks
In celebration of the “Next 100 Years” at PVHMC, the leadership wanted a timeless and contextual design. gkkworks designed and constructed a new three-story 55,000 SF OSHPD 3 building that projected an image of commitment and advancement to community healthcare delivery. The LEED Silver certified Outpatient Pavilion houses multiple outpatient services including PTOT, OT and the new administration on the top floor with a bird’s eye view of the campus. Special features include recovery areas designed with views of surrounding mountains and natural light which is proven to reduce recovery time; demountable DIRTT walls provide flexibility and brings daylight into the corridors; and five operating rooms equipped with state of the art equipment and laminar flow systems. By incorporating the new interior design standards and art program, the Outpatient Pavilion is complimentary of the original buildings on campus but that reflects the future of PVHMC healthcare.