Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA / New Research Building
The largest expansion of the Harvard Medical School campus since its founding, the New Research Building features clustered flexible open labs, two-story “sky lobbies” and conferencing facilities that encourage interaction between basic scientific and clinical research teams, accelerating the flow of information from bench to bedside.
AIA New England - Merit Award for Design Excellence 2009; BSA Higher Education Facilities Design Award 2007; BSA Design Award 2005
Project photography by Jeff Goldberg (ESTO), Warren Patterson
"It is a beautiful, indeed, even striking building [that] could easily stand as a work of art...But of course we realize that it is far more than that: it is, in fact, a colossal scientific instrument, larger than any other used in biology, created to shape the working lives of its occupants...."
Phil Leder, Chair of the Department of Genetics, Harvard Medical School