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Center for Organ Recovery and Education (CORE)
Pittsburgh, PA

9,400 square feet (1992) of new construction; 11,790 square foot addition (1996) - Office building for an organization that coordinates and manages organ/tissue procurement and distribution

Both the building's location and its architectural style were selected to foster a calm, inspirational environment for staff members who work long hours in extremely stressful situations.

Residential materials and construction techniques contribute to the desired informal ambiance. They also enabled the creation of custom architectural features for a budget typical of a speculative office building. The 1996 addition added more office and support spaces while keeping to the original architectural features.


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