UBC Pharmacy Building « Hughes Condon Marler Architects – HCMA

By: Dwayne C. Smyth  09-12-2011

UBC Pharmacy Building « Hughes Condon Marler Architects – HCMA

Located at an important University entry point, the new iconic Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Centre for Drug Research and Development will function as a gateway into the academic core, reflecting the world-class quality of the faculty’s research. The design concept demonstrates how the organic form of foliage can be transformed into a more Cartesian geometry, forming atriums that allow natural light and ventilation into the labs and teaching spaces. This project is targeting LEED® Gold certification.

This project is a joint-venture with Montreal-based firm, Saucier + Perrotte Architectes.

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