InsideOut has a keen interest in the interior design of a building. Our preference is to make a simple statement through the use of contrasting colour, and natural material selection.

Victoria General Hospital Pediatrics Ward
Victoria, BC
Construction Cost $1.2 million
Completed 1996
A 32 bed Pediatrics Ward fit-out at the Victoria General Hospital. Photo shows patient “Education Room” with feature floor design using marmoleum.

Royal Jubilee Hospital
Victoria, BC
Budget $350,000
Completed 2002
A modular Nurse Station Design purpose-fitted to the specific program need at the new Diagnostic and Treatment Centre. 37 stations of varied design.

Marion Hall, Shawnigan Lake School
Shawnigan Lake, BC
Construction Cost $3.7 million
Completed 2002
A 500-seat Dining Hall and Food Services facility. Includes extensive use of local timber and etched concrete floors. Donor for the project was the “larger-than-life” John Lecky.

Prince Rupert Hospital
Prince Rupert, BC
Construction Cost $2.1 million
Completed 2006
Renovations to existing Hospital including Emergency Room, Intensive Car Unit, Day Surgery and new reception “control point.”

Fort St. John Hospital
Fort St. John, BC
Construction cost $7 million
Completed 2001, 2002 and 2006
Alterations over 4 year period to Operating Room, Emergency, Intensive Care Unit, Day Surgery and Endoscopy. Photo shows views from Emergency Triage through to waiting room with children’s play area left.

Palm Lodge
The Lodge at Broadmead
Victoria, BC
Interior Design (Architectural design by another firm) for two dining/living areas for elderly residents suffering from dementia. Wall murals were used extensively throughout the project to disguise exits, and as a safe alternative to real objects.