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Life Sciences Centre

Life Sciences Centre

University of British Columbia

University of British Columbia

Location: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Client: University of British Columbia
Completion: September 2004
LEED: Gold

In Joint Venture with Bunting Coady Architects

Photography: Mario Carrieri, Steven Evans, Elizabeth Gyde


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The UBC Life Sciences Centre provides a variety of teaching and research facilities for the study of life sciences as well as medical student training at the university. The facility focuses on research including anatomy, biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology, medical genetics, and bio-informatics.

Flexible wet and dry research lab modules and associated support spaces are distributed along three wings each five storeys high and connected by two full height atria. Large auditoria, classrooms and specialized teaching spaces front the main east-west colonnade at grade. The east atrium is defined by a café and food services area and provides an informal assembly hall. The west atrium has study tables and modulated lighting to create a quiet reading room.

The building is LEED Gold certified, one of very few research labs in North America.

Location: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Client: University of British Columbia
Completion: September 2004
LEED: Gold


In Joint Venture with Bunting Coady Architects

Photography: Mario Carrieri, Steven Evans, Elizabeth Gyde

THE TEAM

ptheodore@dsai.ca
jfeatherstone@dsai.ca
ajd@dsai.ca
gwatson@dsai.ca
Martin Kristensen
ptheodore@dsai.ca
ajd@dsai.ca
Martin Kristensen
jfeatherstone@dsai.ca
gwatson@dsai.ca