Construction is complete on Princeton Longevity Center, a preventive medicine facility located at 1 World Trade Center in New York, New York. Ware Malcomb provided the interior architecture and design services for the project.
The 10,000-square-foot facility is a new build-out that includes a 2,000-square-foot imaging-diagnostic licensing suite, including advanced technology imaging rooms and a CT scan room. The space also includes a reception area, lounge, individual patient rooms, exam rooms, offices and fitness room. The design is hospitality-focused and mirrors the aesthetic established at its Princeton, New Jersey location.
At the entrance to the suite, a virtual receptionist assists guests with check-in. The inviting lounge offers spectacular views from the 71st floor of the 1 World Trade Center and incorporates wood-look luxury vinyl tile flooring, as well as a curved reception desk with backlit features. A custom hand-woven rug, a unique light fixture and a custom millwork coffee bar add a hospitality vibe to the spacious waiting area.
Individual patient rooms provide guests with a private space while they spend the day at Princeton Longevity Center and include computers, showers and a relaxing lounge atmosphere. The exam rooms and doctor offices, which also provide views of the city, incorporate calming colors. The rich tones of the design color palette are a dramatic contrast to the natural light provided by floor-to-ceiling windows.
The general contractor was Icon Interiors, Inc. The project achieved LEED Gold certification, a requirement of all 1 World Trade Center tenants.