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    The Kohler Pavilion's ninth floor integrates a major circulation corridor connecting the main campus with a tram that serves the waterfront campus downhill.
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    Following a recent trend in hospital design, patient rooms in the Kohler Pavilion are single-occupancy.
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    Kohler Pavilion site plan drawing.
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    Kohler Pavilion seventh-floor plan drawing.
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    Kohler Pavilion longitudinal section drawing.
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    The 2009 AIA National Healthcare Design Awards also recognized an unbuilt riverside cancer center in Wilmington, Delaware, designed by HKS, Inc. in a joint venture with UHS Building Solutions.
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    The cancer center's sloping site offers views of the Delaware River.
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    Cancer center site plan and section sketch drawings.
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    Expansive glazed walls connect spaces back to the water feature at the heart of the planned cancer center.
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    The cancer center design features a large hospital building connected by bridges over a water feature to four low research pavilions.
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