The Good Child Life Room 

November 06, 2023

How can design enhance children's healing and learning? Kimberly Stanley and Luisina Basilico consider designs that empower children and the careful balance of integrating technology.  

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Tully Mahoney

With a background in Quantitative Economics, Tully brings a fresh perspective to Page's Storytelling team. She excels in simplifying complex ideas to make the architecture and engineering industry more accessible to a wider audience. As the host of Page’s Podcast, The Good Room, Tully dives into the narratives behind our built world and the minds that shape it. The podcast serves as her platform to help demystify the intricacies of design.


Kimberly Stanley

Kimberly is recognized for innovative work at academic medical centers, is a national expert in children's healthcare design, and is a staunch advocate for putting the patient at the center of the healthcare experience. She is passionate about the big ideas in healthcare today and how design can play a role in positioning clients for success.   


Luisina Basilico

Luisina is an award-winning architect that started her professional career in Washington D.C. working on modern residential design.  Graduate school at Rice University brought her to Houston and Page.  Her prolific time at Page has run the gamut on project scale and program complexity including international master plans to laboratory buildings for national academic clients, and regional pediatric hospitals to municipal aviation facilities.