HF's John Hopkins Commission featured among many in Interior Design.

Hermine Ford, John Hopkins Medical Center Hermine Ford's work is among the 500 works created by 70 artists for the new 1.6 million-square-foot John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, which was featured in the August Issue of Interior Design Magazine.

Costing $1.1 billion to construct, the Perkins + Will design, comprises an eight-story base connected by two 12-story towers, the Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children’s Center and the Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan Tower for adult care.

Hermine Ford, John Hopkins Medical Center, Baltimore

"At every turn, thought-provoking art greets the eye," writes Laura Fisher Kaiser for Interior Design Magazine, "This collaborative process characterized the project from the get-go—a joint effort involving designers, an art consultant, artists, and the client, not to mention the donors. The adults’ tower honors the founding president of the United Arab Emirates. Bloomberg Philanthropies funded the children’s center. It’s named in memory of the mother of New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a Johns Hopkins University alum, and he insisted that art be integrated into every aspect of the architecture, furnishings, and gardens."

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