New 1,600,000 SF, 12-story building housing two distinct programs in one facility, taking advantage of synergies between adult and pediatric services. The building consists of a diagnostic and treatment podium, two patient towers, and includes two bridges to an existing garage (one to each respective program). The building is also connected to the Weinburg Building on multiple levels, sharing clinical services and interventional programs, as part of Johns Hopkins' Comprehensive Cancer Care Center. Additionally, there is a large diagnostic imaging component, operating rooms, and a new emergency department that serves as a trauma center.
Johns Hopkins Hospital, The Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan al Nahyan Tower and Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center
John's Hopkins Hospital
Baltimore, MD, USA
Excellence in Design Award: Citation, Institutional Architecture, American Institute of Architects Maryland | 2012