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.
Design: Toshiko Mori Architect. This 55,000 sqft research center building on a brownfield site is for a federation of over 200 institutes, corporations and academic programs that collaborate on the research and promotion of environmentally responsible technologies.
Design: ONZ Architects & MDesign. The Çaycuma Science Center Architectural Competition was an open architectural competition organized by Çaycuma Municipality, a town in the Black Sea region of Turkey.
This new German healthcare building presents itself in the center of the New Berlin – the Science Center Medical Technology at Potsdamer Platz. The new building is the representative office in the capital city for the medical technology company Otto Bock HealthCare GmbH, which is based in Duderstadt.
Design: Morphosis, Architects. New photos added of this dramatic, sustainable academic building. The distinctive building on Third Avenue between East 6th and 7th Streets was New York City’s first LEED certified academic laboratory building.
Tel Aviv University Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Competition winner: Atelier d’Architecture Michel Remon from France wins this Israeli architecture contest.
Design: BCMF Arquitetos / MACH Arquitetos. Designed with an emphasis on environmental and landscape quality, the park will become a place for public use, a leisure option for the city and its surroundings, stimulating local tourism.
Located on the corner of Bredower Weg/Karl-Thon-Straße in Nauen, Germany, an old facility will be replaced by a new design with multi-functional spaces, offering the visitors to use all year around, won the first prize in a limited design competition.
ELI Beamlines, which has won the Building of the Year Award at the 2014 Czech Architecture Week, is the work of Bogle Architects – a research campus.
The design by Snøhetta architects calls for the creation of a completely new marine technology centre near Trondheim in the north of Norway, with an ocean basin placed in the middle of the sea.
The World Ocean Space Centre building will comprise 90,100 sqm of new space with 1,000 employees and 500 students if politicians approve the most ambitious alternative, costing up to NOK 10 billion.
Design: richärd+bauer – this building houses optical research labs, faculty offices, auditoria, conferencing and interaction spaces. It is the first of a series of clusters that will replace the existing buildings over time.
The building is an abstraction of a “Camera Obscura”: daylight is introduced by a series of apertures in the skin, interacting and modulating the spaces within. A series of vertical light shafts, each with a specific optical surface, penetrate the building and terminate in a series of two story interaction spaces.