raced steel structure is evident at the building’s exterior and participates in the shared conference rooms placed at the ends of the building's cantilevered volume.
The existing Hospital’s environmental services were substantially upgraded. The new addition was designed in accordance with LEED Silver as consistent with University guidelines for new construction.
A new reinforced steel plate Porte-cochère and translucent polycarbonate canopy links the building entrance to the faculty offices, the entry canopy shades at the North facing glass reception and waiting areas insuring a daytime visual connection from parking lot to building interior, while the well-lit interiors serve at night as a welcome beacon for all.
ClienteOhio State University
Superficie Lorda (mq)5575
ArchitettiSmith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects LLP (Design Architect)
Design TeamLaurie Hawkinson, Henry Smith-Miller, Christian Uhl, Hyunchang Cho, Alex Cornhill
ConsulentiPerspectus Architecture (Architect of Record)
Curriculum studio / partecipanteAcross the United States and abroad, Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects has
designed and built a variety of public and private projects including museums, not-for-profit
cultural facilities, parks, transportation terminals, government facilities, and performing arts
centers. We view each project as an opportunity for design excellence through which we
refine our understanding of practice with each unique set of constraints and conditions.
Projects include US Land Ports of Entry at Champlain and Massena, NY, the Visitor’s Center
and Master Plan for the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, NY, and The Dillon – an 83-unit
residential building in Midtown Manhattan.
The firm has received numerous awards including the American Academy of Arts and Letters
Arnold W. Brunner Memorial Prize in Architecture, the NYC AIA Chapter Medal of Honor, the
New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission, and a Special Recognition for Excellence
in Design from the New York City.