This past spring, 14 Texas A&M architecture students, working in seven teams of two, presented their telehealth research and design practice-based projects for seven different locations around the world.
The students, in addition to faculty members, were advised by several practicing healthcare architects from HKS in Dallas, Texas, as well as weekly lectures from nationally and internationally known healthcare architects. HKS has been an advisory teaching firm to the College of Architecture at Texas A&M University since 1971.
Graphic by Kathryn Moore.
Click here to read the Texas A&M article written by Nathan Varnell that describes this project.
Each of the seven Telehealth teams’ complete projects, with graphic arrangement by Madison R. Lesmeister, are accessible by clicking here.
The world has changed since the onset of COVID-19. As a result, the need for remote diagnosis and treatment via telehealth is increasingly important, necessitating further research and development. The students and their advisors at Texas A&M University have made a significant and creative contribution in spurring these new possibilities forward.