The Ronald McDonald House of Southwest Florida, in Fort Myers, provides a home away from home for families with children receiving treatment at Golisano Children’s Hospital. To better handle an ever-increasing number of visiting families, the house completed an expansion that added a new wing late last year.
Through the Project Design project, which industry veteran Suzanne Costa introduced in 2013, design professionals stepped in to help outfit the new wing in a way that makes visitors feel more at home. After all, some of these families spend weeks and even months at RMH. For some of the designers involved, the project took on a very personal note.
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Photography by Brian Tietz