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How the Design of the Hans Rosling Center in Seattle is Bringing Researchers Together

Source: gb&d

4-19-2021 | News

Open-concept spaces flooded with natural light dominate the Hans Rosling Center for Population Health on the University of Washington’s campus. The design-build team of The Miller Hull Partnership and Lease Crutcher Lewis brought the 300,000-square-foot building where the Population Health Initiative is studied to life.

The initiative was launched in 2016, and the building was completed in 2020. It’s here that some of the world’s most pressing issues—including poverty, health care access, and climate change—are analyzed. The Hans Rosling Center houses the UW Department of Global Health, the Institute of Health Metrics & Evaluation, parts of the School of Public Health, and the offices of the Population Health Initiative.

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