Parkland Hospital Wins 2015 Texas Society of Architects Design Award

The HDR+Corgan designed new Parkland Hospital has been honored by the Texas Society of Architects as a Design Award winner. The hospital is one of 14 projects selected from the 256 entries.  TxA posted the following:  "The abstraction of New Parkland Hospital’s facade counters its monumental scale, while the massing of structures gives it an almost campus-like feel. As visitors move inside, the environment feels hospitable and even elegant — a rarity in institutional buildings."

Parkland will be featured in the fall Texas Architect Magazine edition, and has already been published in Architectural Record's June issue.

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