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Hot off the Press: Novak Center for Children’s Health in Healthcare Design

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As cover worthy a building as we’ve ever seen! Sure, we’re biased, but also thrilled to have Healthcare Design share the story of this incredible project. Designed for children without being childish, the Novak Center for Children’s Health in Louisville brings together multiple pediatric specialties (formerly scattered across University of Louisville Physicians’ medical campus) into one colorful, efficient, and sustainable building.

“The 174,000-square-foot medical office building, which opened in October 2018, features curved lines and stacked forms and a color palette inspired by Kentucky’s regional flora and fauna, such as cardinal red to represent the state bird, blue for the sky, and green for Kentucky’s rolling fields…Different glazing types were used to address thermal comfort and reduce solar heat gain, as well.” —Healthcare Design

Read more in Healthcare Design by going here.