Moon Mayoras served as the functional design and programming architect for the three-story (two stories over lower level) Daniels Pavilion, which houses multiple functions for the Betty Ford Center. The first floor is home to outpatient services for children and includes a separate entry adjacent to the drop-off area. The design also includes a new kitchen and dining area on grade level. The second level is comprised of administrative space and a resource library. The lower level of the Daniels Pavilion features a fitness center that opens to a courtyard garden area leading to the adjacent residential units.
Moon Mayoras positioned the new facility adjacent to a two-story lobby, which separates the dining area from the children’s pavilion. The architectural design uses deep recessed windows and stucco exterior to blend into the existing campus vernacular.