Queensland Brain Institute

Brisbane / Australia / 2007

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Over the past decade University of Queensland and the State Government have successfully assembled several internationally competitive biotechnology research groups at the St Lucia campus. These Centres collectively represent the most contemporary fields of modern biological, medical and agricultural science, from genetic discovery to the design of new pharmaceuticals. The Queensland Brain Institute forms one of these institutes with John Wardle Architects + Wilson Architects successful winners of a shortlisted design competition. The initial focus was on the laboratories, their functionality and long term flexibility being paramount to create spaces that will be readily adaptable to constant variance in research programming. These laboratories and their closely linked support spaces are considered as both a venue for creativity and workshop for research processes.

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    Over the past decade University of Queensland and the State Government have successfully assembled several internationally competitive biotechnology research groups at the St Lucia campus. These Centres collectively represent the most contemporary fields of modern biological, medical and agricultural science, from genetic discovery to the design of new pharmaceuticals. The Queensland Brain Institute forms one of these institutes with John Wardle Architects...

    Project details
    • Year 2007
    • Work finished in 2007
    • Client Queensland University
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Colleges & Universities / Research Centres/Labs / Hospitals, private clinics
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