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NBBJ architects Edwin Beltran, senior associate, and Lisa Baker, ASID, IIDA. The nearly 1-million-square-foot Miller Family Pavilion serves as the main entrance to Cleveland Clinic and the new home of the Cleveland Clinic Heart & Vascular Institute. By integrating state-of-the-art clinical facilities, patient accommodations, public areas with cityscape views, and artwork throughout, the Miller Family Pavilion and Glickman Tower provide a healing environment intended to maximize the patient experience.

The Miller Pavilion's shared ground floor with Glickman Tower was organized to simplify patient and staff navigation by establishing self-evident circulation paths. The double-height main lobby is bright with soaring luminous white walls, terrazzo floors, frosted interior glass, and floor-to-ceiling windows that infuse the space with natural light.

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