Case Studies

It’s always inspiring to see how others address the same issues you face on a daily basis: integrating furniture with architecture, addressing space issues, incorporating flexibility and mobility. We’ve collected a library of case studies for you to reference. Whether you need inspiration or information, you can find it here. View the images, read the studies, download a PDF, or share with a colleague or client.

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    Cornerstone Eye Care

    Item # KI-01070
    Cornerstone Eye Care contacted KI to initially assist solely with its patient waiting areas. Thereafter recognizing that KI offered an extremely diverse product line with a range of price points, along with finishes and fabrics that would easily complement throughout, the end-user and design firm collaborated with KI to furnish its entire facility.
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    Seattle Children’s Hospital

    Item # KI-01018
    Seattle Children’s is consistently ranked as one of the best children’s hospitals in the country. Genius Architectural Walls provided everything Seattle Children’s desired for its patient space: the visibility to collaborate, the flexibility to reconfigure, and the aesthetics to complement.
  • Cleveland Convention Center

    Cleveland Convention Center and Global Center for Health Innovation

    Item # KI-01035
    Cleveland Convention Center and adjacent Global Center for Health Innovation recently completed a state-of-the-art renovation and expansion with a focus on world-class customer service and sustainability. When selecting furnishings, the centers required versatility, flexibility, and a contemporary aesthetic. They selected KI Opt4 high-density seating and Hub modular seating.
  • Cooper Cancer Center

    Cooper Cancer Center

    Item # KI-01029
    For MD Anderson’s new Cooper Cancer Center building, the team desired furniture with a number of fabric options and applications to create a comfortable, fully-upholstered feel. With unlimited styles and design expressions, KI’s Affina® Collection was the perfect solution.
  • Mercy Health Center at Plymouth Meeting Mall

    Mercy Health Center at Plymouth Meeting Mall

    Item # KI-01019
    Looking to renovate an existing space, the Mercy Health System transformed an old two-story retail building into an outpatient center. With an emphasis on Pallas ® Textiles for beauty and high-performance, KI created a fresh and contemporary setting.
  • Pocono Medical Center

    Dale and Frances Hughes Cancer Center at Pocono Medical Center

    Item # KI-01020
    Pocono Medical Center sought a contemporary style with a residential feel for its new cancer center. After physically testing KI’s furniture for themselves, the team with Pocono Medical Center decided to incorporate KI furniture into their new facility.
  • Einstein Medical Center Montgomery Campus

    Einstein Medical Center Montgomery Campus

    Item # KI-01021

    The Mercy Suburban Montgomery campus was to be transformed into the new Einstein Medical Center Montgomery campus in East Norriton, PA. With a solid KI relationship for more than 20 years, the team with Einstein Medical Center Montgomery felt KI was the obvious choice to furnish their new building.

  • United Regional Health Care System

    United Regional Health Care System

    Item # KI-00945
    To continually improve the health of the community it serves, United Regional Health Care System makes ongoing investments in advanced technology and state-of-the-art medical facilities. To continually improve the efficiencies of its operations, United Regional brought this same sense of excellence to launch the consolidation of its multiple business departments into a single location.
  • Wabash General Hospital

    Wabash General Hospital

    Item # KI-00904
    When Wabash General Hospital (WGH) – a general medical and surgical hospital in Mount Carmel, IL – needed a fast, efficient and affordable way to accommodate its rapidly expanding Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine Department, it selected KI and PG Architecture to make it happen.
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    St. Joseph Hospital

    Item # KI-00517
    When renovations were needed at St. Joseph Hospital, the full-service facility selected KI to supply furnishings for board rooms, a cafeteria and offices for doctors, transcription and administration. The resulting work areas are functional, pleasant and very efficient.