April 24, 20182 Science and Research Facilities Events at A’18
A Tower, A Bridge, A Landmark: Three New York Laboratories
June 21, 2018 | 7:30am – 9:00am, Javits Center
Have you ever stopped to consider how life sciences and clinical care facilities contribute to the social, economic, and intellectual health of cities? The contribution of such facilities is further magnified when they incorporate public spaces for community engagement.
This session serves as its own space for engagement as you join your peers for an invaluable look at the phenomenon through New York City’s centers of biomedical research and clinical care including the Eugene Belfer Research Building, Weill Cornell Medicine (Tower), the Collaborative Research Center, Rockefeller University (Landmark), The Rockefeller University River Campus (Bridge).
Don’t miss the chance to hear directly from architect panelists as they share the innovative urban design strategies employed to integrate three biomedical facilities into the dense urban fabric of the city.
Jay D. Bargmann, AIA, Vice President, Rafael Viñoly Architects
Paul Broches, FAIA, Partner, Mitchell Giurgola Architects
Todd Schliemann, FAIA, Design Partner, Ennead Architects
Robert Easton, Co-Chairman, Bionest Partners, New York, NY
Creating World-Class Science Facilities in Dense Urban Environments
June 20, 2018 | 9:30am | Depart from New York Hilton Midtown, 1334 6th Ave
New York City is home to some of the world’s leading centers of research and clinical care. Rockefeller University, Columbia University, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and Weill Cornell Medicine have all recently made significant investments to expand their state-of-the-art research facilities.
This tour will be led by the architects who worked on the recently completed Eugene Belfer Research Center at Weill Cornell Medicine (Ennead), the River Campus at Rockefeller (Rafael Viñoly Architects), and the Collaborative Research Center, also at Rockefeller (Mitchell Giurgola Architects). Learn how the architects worked within constrained urban sites to create stunning high-performance facilities.