Miller Hull’s new health sciences building features an opaque facade of corrugated metal

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Architect: Miller Hull Partnership
Location: Seattle
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The Miller Hull Partnership’s new Health Sciences and Education Building (HSEB) for the University of Washington (UW) utilizes sustainable strategies to deliver co-disciplinary research, classroom, and collaborative spaces for the next generation of healthcare professionals. Featuring an innovative composite structural system consisting of steel, concrete, and notably, mass timber, the HSEB is the first project to be completed under UW’s new campus masterplan.

The CLT ceiling assemblies add natural warmth to the interior of the building. (Moris Moreno)

In an attempt to forgo the sterile interiors which typically define healthcare

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