Department of Aging
The City of Lincoln contracted Erickson Sullivan Architects to remodel the Lincoln Building for the relocation of the Department of Aging. Erickson Sullivan’s plans utilized the high ceiling space and open mezzanine to create an open plan on the first floor, efficient office spaces on the second, and incorporate offices and storage space into the lower level and the once bank vault. Erickson Sullivan worked closely with the owner and City of Lincoln personnel to renovate this unique historic building into an efficient, adaptive reuse of the once-abandoned space.
The focus of this project was to bring nature indoors as a healing tool, transforming this wing of the medical facility into a colorful, playful, and vibrant space for the children. Incorporating the safety, physical therapy requirements, and sensory stimulation of pediatric patients into all design aspects was of utmost importance.
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