A new Planned Parenthood abortion facility in Queens is being honored with a prestigious architecture award.
QNS reports the American Institute of Architects gave the abortion facility one of its seven National Healthcare Design Awards this year. The group described Planned Parenthood’s new Diane L. Max Health Center in Queens as “bold,” “welcoming” and “sophisticated.”
“The building’s contemporary design contrasts with its brownstone neighbors, establishing itself as a welcoming and important community institution,” according to the architects group. “The simply-planned, sleek, and light-filled interiors are uplifting and easy to navigate, reducing patient stress. A bold color system aids in orientation for the diverse users and brings spatial delight throughout.”
QNS described the abortion facility this way: “The decor of the center is very minimalistic with spurts of color throughout, straying away from the cliche yellow-tinted and gray atmosphere. The center offers a different aura compared to the Planned Parenthoods in the past. It’s transparent and welcoming.”
The award is for the design of the building, but it’s disturbing to realize that the building was designed for the purpose of killing unborn babies. Several photos of the new abortion facility show colorful exam rooms that appear light and friendly, but they turn eerie with the thought of how many unborn babies will die and how many women will suffer inside of them.
Another photo shows the abortion recovery room painted in blue and white, with a long row of tan chairs and pull-around curtains against the wall. It’s a room where many women will shed tears and others will begin to regret their decision, and many will realize that they were lied to about the abortion and their unborn child.
Planned Parenthood is the largest abortion business in the United States, killing as many as 330,000 unborn babies every year. No matter how aesthetically pleasing its buildings are, the surface beauty will never be able to hide the ugly, life-destroying business that continues inside the walls every single day.