Tradeline Academic Medical Centers conference - San Diego, CA
Elise Woodward and Jennifer Aliber, Shepley Bulfinch
Linda Larin and Margaret Lacki, Cardiovascular Center, University of Michigan
Thursday, 28 October 2010
It may sound counterintuitive, but the most important thing about designing science and research facilities doesnít actually involve design. The only way to plan for a future facility is to give a long hard look at the way you work today.
Itís a little like looking at your eating habits and stepping on the scale when you want to get in shape. Itís not easy. Start by:
- Establishing a vision and a set of quantifiable goals that will support it
- Understanding where you are today, evaluating existing facilities and current processes ...[more]
Wednesday, 1 July 2009
by Elise Woodward, Shepley Bulfinch; Marc Donohue, Johns Hopkins University
New Academic Buildings Put a Welcoming Face on Science
Shepley Bulfinch’s Elise Woodward discusses how the new Ho Science Center at Colgate and the Computational Science and Engineering Building at Johns Hopkins foster collaboration and make science visible on campus.