|Johns Hopkins School of Medecine|
Project: Johns Hopkins School of Medecine
The architecture of the new pavilion built in the hearth of Baltimore fits with the surrounding historical buildings and existing buildings of the Johns Hopkins Hospital.
The bolted assembly supporting the roof.
The round opening of the atrium at the center of the building.
The 3D model makes it easier to work on the structure and detail it into shop drawings.
Anne and Mike Armstrong Medical Education Building offers innovative classrooms with projection capabilities on all four walls and mobile podiums for instructors. There are large lecture halls, intimate learning studios, and private study areas. The building also features the latest digital communications technology, including virtual-reality simulations, MRI images, CT scans, surgical videos, and other 21st century reference tools.