Institute on Aging

San Francisco, California

Client Institute on Aging
Architect Tsang Architecture
SQ FT +62,000
Completion 2016

For a new Adult Day Health Center and a part of a new non-profit senior housing organization funded by the Jewish community in San Francisco, Kai-Yee Woo and Associates focused on a design concept of the growth rings of a tree, echoing the phases of life.

Various entry portico were created. Accent color walls were carefully placed to introduce layers of way-finding for the Day Health program participants. Institute on Aging serves aging adults and disabled adults without regard to ethnicity, religion, sexual identity or social status.

It maintains a close ties to Mount Zion’s physicians, senior executives and Jewish community leaders.

Provided a warm, inviting and safe environment for the matured population to spend their days. The circular shape of spaces is like the growth ring of trees, echoing the phases of life.

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