As part of a continuing relationship with Main Line Health (MLH), we provided architectural and interior design services for their new Women’s Outpatient Services Center in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.
The design of this center directly responds to its restrictive, steeply sloping two-acre site with a vertically stacked solution, creating ample exposure to views and complying with its programmatic and parking requirements.
The 100,000 square-foot building sits atop a parking structure, allowing vertical access for the patient, and accommodating various outpatient services such as imaging, rehab and specialty care flexible use. The facility will also serve as a specialty services pavilion, with a common connecting core joining all components of the complex including education and conference areas, a child watch center, and a café.
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