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S&T Six Themes R1

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Barbara Schau

on 23 April 2010

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science and technology old science where do we start? University of Buffalo Global Vascular Institute Illinois Science and Technology Park Hauptman Woodward Research Institute Argonne Protein Production Facility new science six themes Saint Louis University Doisy Research Center BJC Washington University BIOMED Sabanci University Nanotechnology New East Baltimore Partnership - Forest City Private Corporate Client Washburn University Stoffer Hall what does it all mean? Legacy – understanding our clients and where they want to be and how we can take them places they may not have thought about. Connecting spaces, making them adaptable so that there are varied experiences and memories. Are we creating spaces or merely enclosing it? how do we change the world? Has it all been done before? Not here, not now, not with this group of people! Enterprise: How our architecture makes our clients businesses more successful (University at Buffalo - Global Vascular Institute, Illinois Science Park) as the words relate to business enterprise, sustainable business, value and values to make money, teach and train. The balance of all of these in programming and design. Culture: Is this creating or reinforcing the existing cultural systems? Is it adapting and how? The scientific workplace and learning place (Hauptman Woodward Research Institute or University of Missouri Aerospace) Community: How we integrate science in master planning and urban design (St Louis University – Doisy, King Faisal National Biotechnology Center, or GNOBEDD. OWPP – master planning at Forest City IL Science and Tech Park Technology: Our buildings are scientific tools (Sabanci University Nanotechnology Center, University of Kansas MDRB, ORNL)
Wash U/BJC Biomed Sustainability: Environmental Responsibility to our Clients and the communities they inhabit (Center for Emerging Technologies, SUNY Oswego). Using proven technologies e.g. Chilled beams, Aircuity, Enthalpy wheels, heat recovery, and using national standards as sa starting point for sustainable construction practices. Legacy: How our buildings stand the test of time (Stoffer Hall Science building, Buffalo State College). What are the memories from visitor, student, faculty and alumni? What is the impact of the building on campus? How has it created change or strengthen paradigms?
Sustainability: Environmental Responsibility to our Clients and the communities they inhabit (Center for Emerging Technologies, SUNY Oswego). Using proven technologies e.g. Chilled beams, Aircuity, Enthalpy wheels, heat recovery, and using national standards as sa starting point for sustainable construction practices. Technology: Our buildings are scientific tools (Sabanci University Nanotechnology Center, University of Kansas MDRB, ORNL)
Wash U/BJC Biomed Enterprise: How our architecture makes our clients businesses more successful (University at Buffalo - Global Vascular Institute, Illinois Science Park) as the words relate to business enterprise, sustainable business, value and values to make money, teach and train. The balance of all of these in programming and design. Culture: Is this creating or reinforcing the existing cultural systems? Is it adapting and how? The scientific workplace and learning place (Hauptman Woodward Research Institute or University of Missouri Aerospace) Community: How we integrate science in master planning and urban design (St Louis University – Doisy, King Faisal National Biotechnology Center, or GNOBEDD. OWPP – master planning at Forest City IL Science and Tech Park putting it all together
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