The health sciences education building in Seattle has been completed by US studio The Miller Hull Partnership. The building, which features corrugated metal cladding and a warm interior, has four levels and a U-shaped basement. The structural frame is a mix of concrete, steel and cross-laminated timber. The exterior is wrapped in a light-toned skin made of corrugated sheet metal, with panels arranged to form a gradient. The skin is designed to set “a precedent for performance on the university’s South Campus.”
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