Learning by doing is not new. But in today’s competitive world of teaching Health Sciences, hands-on means high-tech. Real-world healthcare spaces and experiences are simulated with innovative technologies, medical and radiology equipment, and increasingly lifelike mannequin patients.
Working for L2Partridge, the architect of the new IPEX building at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, Greg demonstrated how this leading-edge, sustainably designed facility was the perfect solution for educating students in the Physicians’ Assistant and Health Sciences programs.
By blending multiple exposures, subtle design details of
white-on-white interiors emerge.
The distance shot shows how the architect creatively integrated the structure into a steep slope on a triangular and densely packed urban site. Through the expert blending of multiple exposures, subtle design details of white-on-white interiors are fully expressed as the interplay of natural and artificial light is focused and refined.