C.F. Møller Architects wins a MIPIM Award in the category of Best Healthcare Development with Biomedicum, a powerhouse research complex in Stockholm for the Karolinska Institutet.
Opticum of Leibniz University Hanover research building design by HENN – German architecture competition winners news – identity-giving site within the framework of the PhoenixD Cluster of Excellence.
Design by IDOM, the Center in Science & Biodiversity of Risaralda, CiBi, is a mixed use building located in the municipality of Dosquebradas, in the department of Risaralda, Colombia.
Amsterdam UMC Imaging Center, The Netherlands design competition win by Wiegerinck Architects: laboratory for scientific research and a production facility for medical isotopes and tracers in one building.
Toyota Woven City, Susono City, Japan – design by BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group: world’s first urban incubator dedicated to the advancement of all aspects of mobility at the foothills of Mount Fuji.
DesignInc’s Melbourne studio is one of the sector’s leading innovators and their recently completed Bio 21 Nancy Millis Building, one of the largest biotechnology research centres in Australia.
IMPACT Swansea University Research Facility, Wales, building design by AHR Architects, £35m Institute for Innovative Materials, Processing and Numerical Technologies combines laboratory and office space.
5 Random Facts About Japan’s Architecture You Should Know Before Being a Tourist. Japan has always been a mystery to the rest of the world.
NOAA Daniel K. Inouye Regional Center building in Hawaii, 350,000 sqft facility encompasses the adaptive reuse of two historic, World War II-era airplane hangars designed by renowned architect, Albert Kahn.
Teeple Architects designed the Stephen Hawking Centre at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, an innovative building and major expansion of world-renowned existing research facility in Waterloo.
BRE news – Ethical and sustainable construction champion Dr Shamir Ghumra takes on a new role at helm of BREEAM – the leading international portfolio of sustainability standards that has been driving global improvements in buildings and infrastructure for over two decades.
Architects HOK designed one of the world’s largest corporate research campuses. LG Science Park is now open for business. At more than 1 million square metres (the equivalent of 152 football pitches), LG Science Park in Seoul’s Magok District unites staff from eight of LG’s Korean businesses.
New photos of the bold adidas Laces building designed by kadawittfeldarchitektur: the Bavarian research and development building offers a new working environment at the corporation’s headquarters in Herzogenaurach to round about 1,700 adidas designers, developers, scientists and marketing strategists.
Anmahian Winton Architects restored the building’s beloved exterior and re-animated the interior with a new program and design vocabulary to create this endowed teaching and research facility.
The LEO A DALY-designed project makes way for the LUX-ZEPLIN (LZ) experiment to take place in the former Homestake gold mine, where, shielded from cosmic background radiation by nearly a mile of rock, scientists hope to make the next breakthrough in the search for dark matter.
NBRSARCHITECTURE designed the first of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere, the Taronga Institute of Science and Learning will be a global centre of excellence for conservation science and learning at Sydney’s Taronga Zoo.
SpazioFMG per l’Architettura exhibition, Milan gallery: The Why Factory – Research, Education and Public Engagement – TU Delft + MVRDV, Dutch architecture show in Italy
Human, Smart and Sustainable Future of Cities, international Construction Evolution – cityscape progression – Smart Cities, future building progress.