“The Advanced Health Sciences Pavilion is the realization of Cedars-Sinai’s vision for 21st-century healthcare. As the program evolved in complexity and scale during the planning process, the hospital’s commitment to creating a state-of-the-art environment that would support a new model of collaborative practice only strengthened. More importantly, we understood that bringing the researchers and clinicians into the same facility as the patients would speed advances in research to benefit all.”
With a research pavilion on the top two floors and clinics on lower levels, physicians can bring scientific breakthroughs to their patients with maximum safety and speed. Designed to bridge the gap between discovery and patient care, this new facility places research labs near clinical settings so physician-scientists can help transform medical care at Cedars-Sinai.
The flexible building houses translational research labs as well as outpatient centers of excellence, clinical functions and outpatient procedure centers. A plaza level features an educational center, café, pharmacy, blood lab and imaging facilities.
With its high-tech sensibility, sleek transparency and quality, well-crafted materials, the design of the building communicates the synergy of healthcare and science that is at its heart. Situated on a public edge of the Cedars-Sinai campus, adjacent to the primary circulation spine, the pavilion creates a new symbolic entry to the medical campus.
The LEED Gold design features materials that are environmentally friendly and energy-saving while also allowing for light and an enhanced sense of openness.
The project won a design award from the American Institute of Architects California Council. “This is an innovative project done really well, and a slam dunk,” said the jury.
820,000 sq. ft. / 76,200 sq. m.
ENR California – Best Projects 2014 – Award of Merit
AIA California – Architecture Merit Award
Los Angeles Business Council –Architecture Healthcare Award
Los Angeles Business Council – Community Impact Award
Los Angeles Business Council – Under Construction Healthcare Award
Improvement in energy performance compared to California’s stringent Title 24 energy code
Construction waste recycling program
16 March 2016
“Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Advanced Health Sciences Pavilion”
28 January 2014
“Cedars-Sinai Advanced Health Science Pavilion Awarded LEED Gold Certification”
1 October 2013
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23 September 2013
“Discovery Meets Recovery in Design of New LEED Gold Cedars-Sinai AHSP”
11 September 2013
“Advanced Health Sciences Pavilion Wins Award from American Institute of Architects”