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Baton Rouge General, Bluebonnet Medical Office Building

Baton Rouge, LA

This campus expansion allows ease of access from the adjacent hospital, while maintaining a park-like setting. The Physicians Tower connects seamlessly with the existing hospital and adds several new patient amenities including a gift shop, and dedicated drop-off. The tower includes doctor's offices, infusion treatment, and ambulatory surgical services. Physician's amenities include a dedicated physician's entry, expanded pod-based office layout, private access to hospital patient floors, and shared conference space. The development further enhances this fully-integrated medical community. The 5-story structure includes a 2-story light-filled atrium and provision for future pedestrian bridge connection across Picardy for future campus growth.

The new expansion blends seamlessly with the existing campus, expanding services and paving the way for future avenues of growth.
The Internal Colonnade provides a light-filled climate-controlled connection to the existing hospital. Light from the colonnade is captured and filtered to the interior spaces through plantings, wood slat screens and an art glass wall.
Elements from the existing campus such as rich wood textures, terrazzo and planting design combine with new elments unique to the expansion, including contemporary lighting, metal panels, and glass railing to create an inviting entry lobby for the new expansion. New digital wayfinding signs, installed throughout the campus, provide information and directions to patients.
The physician’s entrance on the west side of the building features a vertical glass lobby featuring expansive views towards downtown Baton Rouge. Interlocking forms of the building tie it in seamlessly with the existing campus while still maintaining its own identity.

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