Location: Baltimore, MD
Client: The Jewish Caring Network
Services: Architecture, and Interior Design
Patients come from around the world to Baltimore’s Johns Hopkins Hospital for cutting edge treatments, surgeries, and medical counsel. Designed for the Jewish Caring Network, The Tikva House is a comfortable, 4,200 square foot, home-base for Jewish families caring for a loved one receiving treatment at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Tikva House will provide a place for families to stay in walking distance of the hospital.
The design for the house incorporates two row houses. Its three living levels plus finished basement accommodates: seven bedrooms with private bath & kitchenette; fully stocked kosher pantry; kosher meals; communal kitchen & dining room; laundry rooms; a library; and a playroom for the children.
The proposed materials are brick, wood windows, spandrel panels and a wood cornice. The basement opens to the rear of the building and opens to an area for a Sukkah and parking.