The new pediatric medical office building located in the Plantation Gateway District urban redevelopment corridor merges modern timeless design with a strongly contextual approach finding inspiration in the local environment and reflecting the client’s mission. The design explores natural light and transparency as a metaphor for integrated health and well being. The building design is oriented on the site to provide maximum daylight and views to the outside while simultaneously protecting patient privacy. Transom windows provide light and activate the interior spaces. Children’s building blocks with geometric portals inspired the multi colored shear walls that form the processional from the parking lot to the main entry. The saw tooth canopy design honors the façade of the Amicus MSO adult medical office building on the site to the north. Logical circulation paths are controlled and easy to navigate and visible from the open waiting rooms. The entry to the building is clear, direct, open, inviting and serves as a covered drop off area and way finder visible from the busy arterial roadway. Native mature trees were preserved by the thoughtful placement of the building on the site and careful parking placement and pedestrian paths integrated into extensive landscaped areas.