Celebrating the release of our second anniversary publication “Architecture for Science”!
After the first volume “Architecture for Health” in 2021 dealt with the topic of future-oriented healthcare construction, volume 2 “Architecture for Science” looks at building for science from very different perspectives.
RESEARCH BUILDING – AN ARCHITECTURAL CHALLENGE
Research is the engine of any innovation. The research building, the nucleus of social change, eked out a long existence as a purely functional building, apart from architectural dialogue. In the meantime, rooms for research and knowledge transfer have to do more than just provide workplaces and experimental areas. They are spaces of communication and inspiration and a reflection of their time. In “Architecture for Science” Christine Nickl-Weller and Hans Nickl share their many years of experience in the planning of research and science buildings. They open up the discussion about their social significance, the requirements of the world of work and future challenges. They consider architecture for science in the context of urban structures as highly specialized building types, in their dimension as a working and living environment and with regard to innovations in research and building production. The interdisciplinary approach is of crucial importance and so, in addition to architects, urban and specialist planners, experts from various fields of research also have their say.
The publication is now available in stores or through the publisher.
Publisher: Braun Publishing
Design: Studio LZ
German / English; 276 pages ISBN: 978-3-03768-257-9
The sister volume “Architecture for Health” was also published by Braun Publishing in 2021.
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