Penn Dental Medicine
Evans Building Main Clinic
Project Type

2019 Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) Excellence in Architecture for Building Additions, Renovation or Adaptive Reuse - Honorable Mention winner

Celebrating its 150th anniversary, Penn Dental Medicine, one of the oldest university affiliated dental schools in the nation, embarked on a renovation of its original historic facility, the Evans Building. This included the complete redesign and renovation of its 12,000-square-foot flagship main clinic (now the Robert I. Schattner Clinic) and ancillary spaces. The goal was to provide a patient environment that is more welcoming with increased patient privacy in the redesigned clinic modeled for a small group practice, while accommodating the clinical teaching demands of a 21st century dental school. Construction was coordinated with adjacent occupied, functional clinics.  Kelly Maiello provided lead design and programming for the clinic and contributing design on the addition.   

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Photo/Image credits:  Halkin | Mason Photography