The original artwork of this location reflects the iconic design of the late sixties and was designed by Dreamscape Art & Design. Each location celebrates its community with unique, vibrant creations and pays homage to the history and appeal of the area.Continue Reading
Agnone, Morrison & Associates Eye Surgeons
With a growing client base and the need to transform their practice in response to population health and wellness demands, two eye surgeons embarked on constructing a new eye center on a 6-acre site south of downtown Marysville. The two surgeon’s vision yields to developing a state-of-the-art comprehensive eye clinic that includes eye and retinal surgery and procedures, eye wellness and education, as well as a full service optical dispensary.
The floor plan allows for “team-based” care and flexibility to use rooms interchangeably meeting the demand from both population health and an ever evolving medical practice. The lobby connects and flows into the retail optical center allowing the customer to have a “one-stop” shop for their eye care and wellness needs. Registration occurs with the aid of customer care associates that come from behind the counter, greet and assist patients in the lobby area thus elevating personal interaction, transforming the patient experience and increasing client satisfaction. Also located in the facility is a shared conference center the public may utilize for community and group education classes.
The building strives to be contemporary and set a new standard for design in the Marysville area. The building is situated with a “glass box” to the North side of the site with 22 foot ceilings and a monolithic offset stone fireplace that creates a place for congregation, hi-tech education, and space for children to gather. Several site easements to the North side of the building allow the development of an entrance garden that correlates to the clean lines of the architecture. The project will be the first under the new Marysville Design Review District standards promoting the city’s walkability and sustainable planning principles.