This is a very nice hospital: convenient and pleasant for patients and families, while staff seemed to like both its facilities and appearance. Its style is commercial contemporary with a spa-like feel. There is a strong flavor of the current '70s revival. (Also obvious in fashion. Oranges and greens? Those silhouette-like scrolling floral patterns? '70s Retro.) This hospital seems well designed... maybe a leeetle bit trendy.
It's said that architecture is timeless, but that's rarely true. A few buildings come close: the Parthenon or, locally, the Kimbell Art Museum. Each is a building of its time that is also particular to its site and individual in its design.
But most buildings wear their era as prominently as the date on a yogurt . Nothing wrong with that. Dallas' Fair Park or Miami's south beach are famously Art Deco - a "dated" style more widely loved now than it was new.
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Maybe we architects need to dig a little deeper when designing, eh?
In the '80s it was paste-on shallow Post Modern (Postie-Toastie!) detailing and stair-stepped gables. (I'm guilty.) Now it's the Millennial Arch. Trendy.