While many research infrastructures are often perceived as austere, the new Bio 21 Nancy Millis Building, one of Australia’s largest biotechnology centers designed by DesignInc, is bursting with light and modernity.

The public does not imagine the many collaborations of work that scientists must do, and it is in this logic that infrastructure has been conceived. «For designers and architects, creating new facilities that promote connectivity and positivity is as important as finding technical design solutions», we can learn in the press release.

Clean, ergonomic and innovative, this building counts several laboratories, offices, shared workspaces, meeting rooms, rest areas but also training rooms in the heart of a pleasant and attentive atmosphere. More details here.

Credits: Dianna Snape