Snøhetta and HGA tapped for new Parnassus Research and Academic Building at UCSF

Snøhetta and HGA will join forces as part of a collaborative partnership to design the Parnassus Research and Academic Building (PRAB) at the University of California, San Francisco.

The roughly 270,000-square-foot lab and classroom building, slated for completion in 2026, will anchor the revamped western end of UCSF’s main Parnassus Heights campus and replace the decommissioned—and soon to be demolished—UC Hall. Designed by Lewis P. Hobart, the 1917 Beaux Arts structure is the oldest building on the original UCSF campus and was constructed as the inaugural hospital in the entire University of California system. Established in 1864 as Toland Medical College, UCSF was folded into the UC system in

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