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regional director of operations, Capri Senior Communities. Many of the modern light fixtures


have angular designs. Bold, eye-catching ring chandeliers light the dining areas. Another important design goal was


to incorporate a hospitality element into the building while keeping the senior resi- dents in mind. The hospitality experience starts at the front door as residents enter the lobby and enjoy site lines to a gener- ous reception area and display kitchen. “It all flows together,” said Revo. Artwork and feature walls are used


to visually separate the common areas. A grand wall waterfall sits adjacent to a media wall that projects a changing display of artwork, photos, movies, and seasonal or special event themes. Interac- tive artwork made of abacus beads that residents can spin separates the display


kitchen from the main dining room. The display kitchen itself has a restau-


rant feel with an angled bar that repeats the building’s modern design theme. Residents can watch the chef work or sit at tables to enjoy their food. The same level of design is carried


throughout the memory care space of the building. Memory care residents enjoy their own food bar, dining room, movie theater, courtyard, and activity spaces. Similar to the assisted living area of


the building, the memory care wing also incorporates interactive artwork. Resi- dents can play a large xylophone installed on the wall. Residents aren’t made to feel they have


to “step down” if their needs become more acute, said Revo. “That’s how we change the perception of senior living.”


ISSUE 6 2017 / ARGENTUM.ORG 25


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