Cambridge Science Park Bio-Hub Plots 22-25

Cambridge Science Park Bio-Hub Plots 22-25

Cambridge

Trinity College Cambridge

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The Brief

Cambridge Science Park is repositioning as a leading global technology hub. We were briefed to design two speculative three storey buildings to provide both office and laboratory space.

Concept

We have designed both buildings to sit on a landscaped podium over undercroft parking. The buildings’ mass follows the curve of the spine road and the colonnade created by recessing the entrance door along its main façade. These elements combine to heighten the focal interest and prominent position of the buildings on the site along the main road.

The building forms have been designed in such a way that the most dynamic movement has been applied to the northern façade, providing hierarchy and character to the main view.

 

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Features

The buildings are designed for high technology tenants and use a highly adaptable design that allows for multiple occupants per floor and flexibility between laboratory and office space to suit a tenant’s capacity and ongoing needs.

Plot 25 (The Bio Innovation Centre) hosts 28 individual flexible laboratories with dedicated write up rooms, and large open plan biology and chemistry spaces, with state-of-the art support facilities including fume cupboards and piped gases by centralised distribution.

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Overview

Status
Ongoing
Value
£23.5M
Size
9,290 sq m (100,000 sq ft)
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