Transportation-dependent hospitals have followed shopping to the highway, here U.S. 22. Design architects Venturi, Scott Brown Associates adhered to their twin dicta of large signs for highway settings with a giant H out front that makes the image of the building coincide with the highway sign icon. The building is more loft than hospital, marking their belief in highly adaptable building systems to serve technologically sophisticated purposes.
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Lehigh Valley Hospital–Muhlenberg
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