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UCLA Outpatient Surgery and Oncology Center

Santa Monica, CA United States

Michael W. Folonis Architects

 

Project Description

2013 National Healthcare Design Awards

Category A: Built, Less than $25 million in construction cost

FROM THE AIA:

This outpatient surgery, oncology treatment and medical office facility asserts that a more-natural and less-clinical environment promotes healing in patients and productive behavior in medical staff. The architects sought the maximum inclusion of natural lighting and ventilation, and an enhanced indoor-outdoor connection. The design concept is inspired by the belief that principles of Modernism are the ideal means to realize the high standards of sustainability in healthcare design. The design achieves an aesthetic ideal, while delivering a patient-focused healing environment, the utility required by the owner, and the requirements for Gold LEED certification. This is the only project to win AIA-AAH Awards in both on-the-boards and built categories.

 

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