At Mascari Warner Architects, we understand that for a business to truly be innovative and responsive to the clients’ needs, there must be a shift from simply producing a service to creating an environment, evoking a feeling, and inspiring those who interact with it. From healthcare to commercial, offices to residential, we beautifully combine function with form from the inside out.
The new two-story, 6,700 square foot Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) building is to treat behavioral health patients on an outpatient basis and can accommodate 16 patients. The project will be certified as an OSHPD-3 building and
San Diego Magazine recently featured the Scripps Mercy Prebys Cancer Center project in their Winter 2020 edition.
Mascari Warner Dinh Architects provided preliminary programing, conceptual design and cost estimating services for the proposed Scripps Mercy Hospital Cancer