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Multidisciplinary team led by Architects 61 in collaboration with Zaha Hadid Architects begin design development workshops for New Science Centre at Jurong Lake Gardens in Singapore.
This boutique dairy factory building design by Slash Architects in the village of Afyon Tazlar, wraps monumental form around an inner green courtyard. It gets its name from the coordinates of the site, the “38° 30° Valley of Art”, Afyonkarahisar province, central Turkey.
Designed by architects Jestico + Whiles, Cavendish III will be located on the West Cambridge campus. The building will be a purpose-built laboratory for world-leading research for the university’s Department of Physics.
China Optics Valley Convention and Exhibition Center design by WSP ARCHITECTS – the building facade system references Chinese traditional craft – ivory carvings, showing changes of light & shadow.
Exhibition Center of Zhengzhou Linkong Biopharmaceutical Park, design by WSP ARCHITECTS, an innovative and entrepreneurship base for R&D and production of life science and biotechnology in Henan Province.
Concept images released of Australia’s newest clinical and research facility, in Adelaide’s growing health and biomedical precinct. Designed by Woods Bagot, SAHMRI 2 will house Australia’s first proton therapy unit for cancer treatment.
The 320.000 sqft project by Danish architects CEBRA is located in an old mineral water bottling plant. The building includes a large new exhibition hall, a rooftop exhibition space, a botanical roof garden, a flexible stage, centres for learning, innovation and research, a conference centre, cafeterias and modern staff facilities.
The Bradfield Centre building designed architects Aukett Swanke is the first development to be built as part of a major new cycle of investment in the Cambridge Science Park.
3000 heart-shaped triangles populating the Queen of the curves landscape. The building designed by Zaha Hadid Architects stands on concrete stilts allowing visitors to the Autostadt to pass through without having to interfere with the workings of the building.
NBRS Architecture’s work on the Millar Building at Macquarie University has created light and airy 3 storey glazed atrium. The atrium is used for individual learning as well as encouraging chance encounters and collaborative research.
Design: Pick Everard Architects
A mixed-use building – ranging from laboratories and office space, to café facilities and chemical and solvent storage rooms – a flagship project as part of the Midlands Engine initiative,
Design: Lien Tran Interior Design
BECYCLE is the first Boutique Fitness Studio in Berlin, Europe’s clubbing capital, to offer “high energy” spinning classes with hi-tech bikes and a nightclub atmosphere featuring music from live DJs.
Design: Pedra Silva Architects. High-level state of the art dental clinic building on one of Sydney’s high-end retail streets. The aesthetic employed by the architects is a clear response to problem solving.
Design: Diamond Schmitt Architects
A research laboratory space for the OICR at the MaRS West Tower in Toronto. The project includes new flexible wet and dry laboratories for genomics and informatics research and a statement staircase to inspire interaction among staff.
Arcadis, together with Arup, Laing O’Rourke, NBBJ and Ramboll have revealed designs for a £235m project, to be the UK’s leading centre for advanced materials research and commercialisation.
Design: Saucier + Perrotte architectes with HCMA. The site consists of a 20,240 sqm parcel of land located at an important university entry point. The building was thus designed to act as a gateway, engaging the community with an open, transparent and inviting ground floor.
Design: BVN, Architects. The building is designed to provide a flexible space that facilitates connectivity and collaboration amongst the research community. The design reflects the idea of “seeing the science”, whereby the form of the building reflects the inner workings and functions.