UC’s Gardner Neuroscience Institute receives national attention for its innovative space

The new 114,000-square-foot Gardner Neuroscience Institute at UC Health is the first step in a new campus master plan by Cannon Design and Cincinnati-based WA Architects, and its modern steel-and-glass façade, coupled with tensile white scrim — a delicately crinkled surface that varies in transparency and iridescence depending on the position of the sun — is being noticed for both its architectural beauty and its innovative technology.

The $68 million project combines 15 specialty centers, including those for treating epilepsy, brain tumors, mood disorders, stroke patients, and Alzheimer’s disease, and features collaborative workspaces for physicians, researchers, and students.

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