Biomedical Chemistry Institute
New York University
Loft-style labs replace outdated classrooms in this inventive, right-sized facility.
Cutting-edge discoveries increasingly arise at the intersection of traditional research methodologies in collaborative translational facilities.
Considerable functional shortcomings made this design icon the target of much venom for over fifty years. Our modernization brought the technical requirements of laboratories into alignment with Kahn’s plan and spatial design, while vastly improving building functionality and energy performance. In this article, the designer discusses strategies and tactics for invisibly modernizing an iconic but challenging structure.
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The University of Texas' Behavioral and Biomedical Sciences Building was recently profiled in College Planning & Management.
Originally published in College Planning & Management Magazine, August 2010. Reprinted with permission of 1105 Media.
Rohit Saxena, AIA, LEED AP
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