The design of the School of Nursing creates a dynamic identity on a beautifully wooded two-acre site that slopes gently from east to west. Using the architectural vocabulary established in the existing building, the addition seamlessly integrates with the original building. The glass-enclosed common space was extended and includes a fireplace accent wall. It consolidates the school’s programs into one location and provides a stronger link to the Duke University Medical School Clinic and Medical Center. Learn more about this project from our Duke University School of Nursing book.
Ayers Saint Gross designs top-tier spaces to support educating nurses equipped to handle the future as healthcare delivery systems continue […]
The JaMMeR, essentially an iPad mounted on a rolling stick, allows distance-based students at the Duke University School of Nursing to be present and interact in on-campus simulations.