Done in collaboration with Carolyn Braaksma, this project was completed for the lobby of the Clinical Simulation Center at Texas Tech University in Amarillo, TX and won the 2017 Job of the Year Award from the National Terrazzo & Mosaic Association. The Center's mission is to teach clinical procedures in a simulated clinical setting where students can analyze their methods (and mistakes) in a safe setting.
The design for the project references current clinical practices and draws upon the rich history of medical illustration and imaging. It also includes a topographical map of Palo Duro Canyon, shown as a cut through the human figure. This canyon, near Amarillo, is the second largest canyon in the U.S.
Design, metal fabrication and shop drawings - Kaspari Design.
Terrazzo installation - Zanchettin Brothers Terrazzo. 2017