Hans Rosling Center for Population Health

The Hans Rosling Center for Population Health is the University of Washington’s first and largest integrated design-build project. The building is a nine-story, 300,000-square-foot nexus for interdisciplinary research, collaboration and innovation and serves The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IMHE), the Department of Global Health, the School of Public Health and the Population Health Initiative.

The building features shared offices, meeting spaces, an open interconnecting stair and two rooftop terraces.


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Seattle, Washington


University of Washington


Miller Hull Partnership

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DBIA Excellence in Educational Facilities 2021
DBIA National Award of Excellence 2021
DBIA National Award of Merit 2021
DBIA Project of the Year 2021
American Society of Landscape Architects Award of Merit 2023