Scheduled to open in Los Angeles in the summer of 2013, the 440,000-sq.-ft. pavilion brings together high-quality outpatient care, innovative medical and scientific research and exceptional graduate and professional education in one facility. Cedars Sinai’s patients will be the ultimate beneficiaries of this highly collaborative environment.
“The idea of advanced sciences and healthcare combined into one structure, as well as the sustainable strategies, guided the character and image of the building,” says HOK lead designer Ernest Cirangle. “That gave us this wonderful opportunity to create a building that has a synergy of both healthcare and science. This new model of care is the essence of the building.”
HOK’s team has designed the Advanced Health Sciences Pavilion to be a LEED Gold certified building.
The 11-story structure received the “Community Impact Award” and the “Under Construction – Healthcare Award” as part of the 2011 Los Angeles Business Council’s Architectural Awards.
Read more about the Cedars Sinai Advanced Health Sciences Pavilion project.