In Minneapolis, Perkins&Will designed a new home for the Family Tree Clinic to be a refuge of care

Designed by the Minneapolis studio of Perkins&Will, Family Tree Clinic is an architectural expression of optimism and welcome for communities frequently overlooked by major medical systems. The building’s daylighting, art, and color greet visitors with the assurance of belonging and confidence.

Relocated from an old school in St. Paul, the new clinic in Minneapolis can serve 32,000 patients annually, an increase of 10,000 people from the capacity of its previous venue. This is a major improvement for Family Tree’s patients, 60 percent of whom are LGBTQ+, 70 percent meet low-income guidelines, and over 50 percent are Black, Indigenous, or people of color.

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