The Fulginiti Pavilion on the Anschutz Medical Campus is a unique project and new home of the Center for Bioethics and Humanities and the Department of Interprofessional Education. The Center for Bioethics and Humanities serves the healthcare community by studying, debating, and teaching ethics in medical education. The architectural expression of its new building embodies the principle that ethics should be an open and accessible subject to all. It is designed as a beacon, a point of community for the five schools of health sciences on this campus.
The project includes a 142-seat forum, lobby, gallery, conference rooms, faculty offices, and support spaces for the academic departments. A two-story Lobby with glazed perimeter and maple ceiling functions as a reception and pre-function space. Additional interior spaces include a flexible Art Gallery to house rotating exhibits and a Library/Conference Room.