Form, function, energy and economy inspired the design of this primary-care ambulatory clinic in Jenks, Oklahoma.
Its rural site featured a grove of pecan trees and was surrounded by small houses. In keeping with this setting, Selser Schaefer Architects designed the clinic to appear as a group of farm-style buildings featuring simple American architecture and materials. In reality, the structure is one facility with multiple pitched-roof forms clustered around a flat-roof building. Each “building” serves a specific function, such as the waiting room or examination areas. Residential architectural language throughout the facility creates a comfortable atmosphere for patients and staff.