Fred Kaiser Building (Engineering), University of British Columbia, Vancouver

Architect: Omicron

The design addresses the university’s key issues of spatial flexibility, environmental sustainability, and contextual integration with other facilities on Main Mall, while providing a stimulating, exciting learning environment. The open plan organization of the building allows for highly flexible lab space anticipating the ever-changing needs of the users.

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