Wallace & Lee Center
What does it mean to be hopeful and optimistic? For the patients at Wallace and Lee Center in Beverly Hills, it means being able to see past the pain and uncertainty of rheumatic diseases and chronic pain.
With the interior design inspired by pop art—William chose to fill the office with the works of Jasper Johns, Rothko and Lichtenstein. Pop art was created in the 1950s to surprise and amuse people, and it certainly does just that with its unusual shapes, expressive colors, and unique details. But what really makes pop art so special is its ability to influence ones perspective—and that's exactly what Wallace has done with his healing practice. That's why we love it so much!
With this in mind, we wanted to create a space at Wallace and Lee Center that would allow their patients (and their families) to connect with their own experiences as patients dealing with rheumatic diseases or chronic pain—and also allow them to know that brighter days are around the corner. And this is exactly what their office does: it inspires hope and optimism through bright emotions, creating an extraordinary atmosphere of high spirits!