Rehabilitating Prentice as a medical research support facility would deliver significantly greater economic benefits than Northwestern’s proposal — including an additional 600 temporary jobs, 980 permanent jobs and $1.1 million […]
Bertrand Goldberg’s Prentice Hospital is an innovative architectural design worth saving. Reimagining the land and air around Prentice Hospital creates a truly twenty-first century medical research facility.
The debate surrounding Prentice has been framed as a false choice. Goldberg’s Prentice can be saved. Northwestern’s specifications can be met.
Maintaining Prentice celebrates the possibilities of free space, and its embrace by a new structure with an intersecting facade preserves its complete iconic image.
Healthcare design experts at Loebl Schlossman & Hackl focused on a a master-planning approach for Prentice and the surrounding area, representing a broader strategy to meet Northwestern’s medical research requirements.