MGMA led the design team through the shell design for Trammell Crow's 95,000-square-foot, five-story medical office building at National Harbor's Pavilion I. Designing a facility of this magnitude at National Harbor required not only architectural ingenuity but attention to detail of the rigorous waterfront building code constraints.
Based on the 38,027-square-foot site, and corresponding property setback regulations and greenspace guidelines, MGMA determined the building orientation and site alignment. Despite limitations, the building enjoys a prominent position along the entrance to National Harbor and has stunning views over the Chesapeake Bay.
A glazing tower stands proud of the northeast corner, contrasting the cast-in-place concrete structural panels, which articulate the building façade. Pavilion I's interiors enjoy a clean uninterrupted style with emphasis on the tenant experience and comfort.
The theme of contrast and visual articulation continues with selections of warm wood and cool porcelain tile. Playful geometry contributes to the look through lighting and custom millwork. Linear LED’s mimic the floor pattern, visually widening the size of the corridor.
Overall, the building's welcoming common areas deliver a space abundant with inspiring finishes and professional flair.