NYU Steinhardt’s Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology occupies a full floor of a 19th century landmark building near Washington Square Park. The renovated area houses a supervised clinic, research labs, seminar rooms and departmental administrative facilities in a compact, 9,000-square-foot footprint. The design successfully addresses and integrates the needs of three unique populations groups: faculty and administrators; student clinicians; and patients, who range in age from infants to senior adults.
The state-of-the-art speech-language hearing clinic supervised training for students. The use of advanced audiovisual systems, such as videotaping patient sessions, plays an important role in diagnostic and therapeutic services. The architect worked closely with a lighting designer and acoustic consultant to develop a design that integrates audiovisual technology seamlessly into the space—using it strategically to bridge between physically unconnected labs and learning rooms. This allows for increased flexibility and capacity. To read more about NYU Steinhardt’s Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology renovation, fill out the form below.To download the full article please fill in your details below. After the form is submitted you will be redirected to the full article.