American Builders Quarterly i — July/September 2014, #54

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Released 1 July 2014

Collaboration is a key theme in many of this issue’s features. For the University of Pennsylvania, increasing cross-disciplinary work between its departments is a major goal of its Penn Compact 2020 plan, and buildings such as the Krishna P. Singh Center for Nanotechnology embody this goal; the center brings together the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and the School of Arts and Sciences. Learn more about Penn’s impressive campus improvements in this issue, plus:

--Davis Brody Bond’s design for Mount Sinai Queens’s new Ambulatory Care Pavilion is helping Mount Sinai redefine hospitalization for the new era of health care.

--Discover the new $100M Hakkasan Las Vegas inside MGM Grand—YWS Design & Architecture gives us the tour.

--10 years after winning a design competition for the National WWII Memorial, architect Friedrich St.Florian retells the story of the project and how it has impacted his career, and his legacy.

--Check out the unique spatial and material choices made by daSILVA Architects for the new Center for Autism and the Developing Brain at New York Presbyterian Hospital.

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