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Adaptable Architecture in a Regenerative Medicine Facility

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Title: Adaptable Architecture in a Regenerative Medicine Facility
Author: Thompson, Courtney
Abstract: The proposed regenerative medicine facility, in downtown Rochester, MN is the platform for investigating how a building can adapt with the expansion of human knowledge. The realization of adaptability in architecture can provide an increase in the lifespan of a building. Numerous benefits are achieved in this architectural process, which include a lessening of a building’s environmental impact, client profitability, and the facilitation of continual knowledge growth. The design provides space for explorative and collaborative research into growing human organs and tissues.
Date: 2013-05
Subject: Medical laboratories.
Research institutes.
Regenerative medicine.
Sustainable buildings.
Sustainable architecture.
Sustainable design.
Mayo Clinic.
Rochester (Minn.)
Minnesota.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/22870

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