Farnsworth Group, a national engineering and architectural firm with local offices, recently commissioned me to make interiors and exteriors for a large new development in Bloomington, known as the Center for Integrated Wellness. Housing the Advocate BroMenn Health & Wellness Center, Method Sports Performance, McLean County Orthopedics, and managed by Sequoia Wellness, the multi-tenant property was developed by Signet Enterprises, LLC; built by P.J. Hoerr, and boasts many beautiful shared spaces, as well as areas belonging to each partner listed above.
It was truly an honor to shoot this property. I was on site 5 times, shooting over 4 different dates, returning for sunrise and sunset prime time, and hitting all of the major spaces. This was a large shoot, so I will share the interiors first, then post exteriors separately. This was a challenging, big job, requiring coordination with a lot of parties, and I am so pleased with the results. Congratulations to the entire team of professionals that pulled this gorgeous site together.
The main entryway faces west, and sparkles at dusk.
From the entryway, guests may go directly to MCO:
MCO also has its own exterior entrance, which leads into this main waiting area:
Throughout the building, mixed and textured materials appear in the details.
MCO patients have access to an MRI room.
And the space provides bright, modern nursing stations for the providers:
A smaller reception area features a beautiful skylight and textured wall.
Method Sports Performance offers weight training, dance rooms, an indoor track with lovely views, and a turfed sprint training area.
Nearby, guests can work out in a more typical gym space.
Via large windows, the indoor pool hall is visible from the back of the gym area. The space features a therapy pool, lap pool, and jacuzzi, all with lifts to assist clients if needed.
Even the main work areas and conference space aren’t your typical beige/boring spaces:
The conference is situated in an interior space, and looks out onto a small landscaped courtyard:
And finally, the locker rooms: