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CannonDesign, Foster + Partners selected as design team for MSK’s new cancer care pavilion in Manhattan

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) has selected CannonDesign in association with Foster + Partners to design its new 30+ story Cancer Care Pavilion devoted exclusively to patient care on MSK's flagship Manhattan campus.

CannonDesign and Foster + Partners have forged a collaborative team to create a cutting-edge medical facility for MSK. This integrated partnership will define the overall design vision and strategy for the project, with CannonDesign bringing its extensive experience in healthcare to the interior architecture and design along with experience strategies for patients, staff and loved ones, as Foster + Partners leverages its extensive expertise in designing world-class high-rise buildings.

The dynamism of the MSK Pavilion will allow CannonDesign to bring a wide array of its integrated services spanning design, healthcare planning, health consulting for experience, operations and programming from Blue Cottage of CannonDesign and innovative approaches to modular construction in partnership with CannonDesign's ModularDesign+. Our design approach fuses diversity, equity, inclusion and social impact, experience strategy, "future of" visioning, programming, architecture, planning, interior design, prefabrication and modular strategy and sustainable design.

Foster + Partners' approach to healthcare projects is founded on a belief that the quality of the built environment has a direct relationship with the quality of life. Having recently completed a number of world-class hospitals and medical research facilities in the United States and beyond, the practice will also bring to bear its incredible global design expertise in designing high-rise buildings to the project.

Design for the new 30+ story pavilion is underway. Once complete, the project will prove an incredible asset to MSK, New York City and the global fight against cancer.

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