This expansion added eight floors of research and imaging space. To meld the project with the existing space, design elements such as granite and glass banding of the lower floors were repeated. New materials were introduced, and included full-height glass as an architectural feature at the top of the building. At night, the glass top served as a lantern and campus corner stones. On the upper levels, two-story collaboration spaces and transparent glass provided a spectacular view and accented exterior collaboration spaces. The new building has a distinguishing presence and a profound impact on the Medical Center’s skyline.
*Completed with FKP Architects