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In the redesign of the Ronald McDonald House at Stanford, a collaboration between Butler Armsden’s Associate Principal Reba Jones, an in-house design team, and Clayton Timbrell & Company, Inc. resulted in a series of comforting, unique, and inspiring spaces. Part of a team selected in 2015 to help the Ronald McDonald House overhaul and expand its facilities, we were tasked with creating four new rooms as part of the “Where Hope Has a Home” campaign. The Youth and Toddler rooms invite play and interaction with their bright colors, bold geometry, and a cluster of pebble-shaped soft seats. In the Meeting and Reading rooms, a variety of textures — soft velvet, plush shag, spiky air plants — combine with a rich and warm color palette to invite visitors to relax. The result is a space that embraces and soothes the young patients and their families who stay there, and we were grateful for the opportunity to work on this special project.

Photographer
Patrik Argast

General Contractor
Clayton Timbrell & Company, Inc.

Interior Designer
Butler Armsden Architects