For Turner Brooks and Adam Hopfner’s Architecture Studio III Course at Yale.
Yale University Hospital holds the archives of Dr. Harvey Cushing, a noted surgeon. Prominent among them: 800 partially dissected brains of his patients. This project creates a new museum center to commemorate the doctor. The proposal closes the green space in which the project is located and converts it into a courtyard. The building’s circulation revolves around a “brain tower.” The structure also includes a multi-media area, an exhibition space, an office, a classroom, and a research lab.