Chestnut Ridge- The Foley Center
Blowing Rock, NC
This 112 bed facility is located next to the Blue Ridge Parkway in Blowing Rock, NC. As part of the Appalachian Regional Healthcare System, The Foley Center provides Post-Acute care including short and long term stays in a neighborhood setting with a Living Room and Dining Room for each wing, in house PT/OT/ST, an apartment in which to practice Daily Living Skills, a Salon and several gathering areas to support family visits. Hayden Design provided furniture selection/specification services as well as extensive artwork and accessory coordination and installation which included the design and material/image coordination for a large Donor Board, numerous other recognition boards in the facility and over 200 pieces of artwork which were generously donated.
Project Architect: RPA Design
Batangas Gardens at Bermuda Village
This Skilled Rehabilitation Wing at Bermuda Village Retirement Center is a 15,000 sf, 15 bed unit. Named after a lush area in the Philippines, the facility interiors were designed with a tropical feel, complete with a saltwater aquarium and other water features to create an inviting and beautiful environment for their residents. This space includes a large Therapy Room, Spa, the “Coral Café”, Dining, recreation rooms and a medical clinic. In addition to the new wing, the work included renovations to the existing Healthcare wing. Our work included the interior design concept, finish selections, furnishings, water feature design, artwork, accessories and signage.
Project Architect: T.H. Hughes Architecture, PLLC
Hospice Home of Randolph County
Hayden Design was selected to create the interiors for this new 16 bed Hospice Home. Our goal was to create an environment which reflected the warmth and creativity of this close-knit community. Hayden incorporated work from local artists and craftsmen throughout the facility, including custom tiles in all the signage. All of the spaces were designed to be comfortable and welcoming for families with loved ones who need Hospice care.
Project Architect: David R. Polston Architects