Architecture for research - article by Stefan Behnisch

13 March, 2022

Behnisch Architeken has previously attracted attention with numerous research buildings: the Harvard University Science and Engineering Complex in Boston, the Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research in Toronto or the AGORA Pôle de recherche sur le cancer in Lausanne, to name a few. In the article Architecture for research, published in the scientific magazine EMBO reports, Stefan Behnisch provides a personal point of view and testifies to his experiences and findings on this exciting topic.

"A humane and sensible building design should respond to the needs and wishes of scientists. Research is constantly changing and gaining new insights, which in turn requires new methods and flexible buildings for multifunctional uses," says Stefan Behnisch.

Check out this great article in EMBO reports.