Parking Structure for Children's Hospital of Richmond Pavilion

The Children's Hospital of Richmond Pavilion (CHoRP) is an HKS-designed building featuring Zahner perforated and patinated zinc throughout its exterior parking facade. The new building serves as a 15-story ambulatory pavilion built on East Broad Street between Tenth and Eleventh Street. The building consolidates existing pediatric clinics into a single urban location in downtown Richmond, Virginia. 

Zahner worked with the HKS Line team to provide a custom-perforated skin on three types of patinated zinc. The second, third, and fourth floors of this new building feature a perforated facade which provides airflow into the parking contained within. 

Custom patinated zinc and aluminum panels adorn the parking facade for Children's Hospital Richmond Pavilion.
Custom patinated zinc and aluminum panels adorn the parking facade for Children's Hospital Richmond Pavilion.
Night photo of the Children's Hospital of Richmond Pavilion.
Night photo of the Children's Hospital of Richmond Pavilion.
Dusk at the Children's Hospital of Richmond Pavilion.
Dusk at the Children's Hospital of Richmond Pavilion.
Detail of the perforated metal facade for Children's Hospital.
Detail of the perforated metal facade for Children's Hospital.
HKS Line perforation output renderings.
HKS Line perforation output renderings.
Diagram of the Children's Hospital Richmond.
Diagram of the Children's Hospital Richmond.
Mockup panels for CHoRP.
Mockup panels for CHoRP.