The UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute, a collaboration of the UC College of Medicine and UC Health, is a leading treatment, research, and teaching center for complex neurological conditions. The design is focused on inclusive patient-centered care, with patient, clinician, and community input considered in each stage of design.

The 194,000 SF outpatient facility brings together 125 faculty from 15 specialty areas into a new regional home for neurological care, education, and research for those in the community with neurological conditions through application of neuro-architectural principles: from the flat floor parking garage to the treatment suite for activities of daily living.

The translucent tensile mesh façade is not just an architectural expression: it diffuses direct light, minimizes shadows and glare, reduces solar gain, eliminates the need for window coverings, and provides the building its distinctive signature aesthetic.

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