The innovative building is designed by the young office NORD Architects in Copenhagen. The center is an ichnographic light tower for innovative education and knowledge production within natural science. The purpose is to inspire and enhance the abilities for the teaching of the natural science in the ducational system on a national scale. The center is one big educational laboratory embracing the facilities for lecturing, project development and educational processes that can enhance the interest and stimulate young people during secondary school and high school. The competition was won in 2007.
Natural Science Center Client: Fonden Naturvidenskabernes Hus Donators: Realdania, Viborg Kommune, Poul Due Jensens Fond, mfl. Place: Bjerringbro, Denmark Year: 2007 - 2009 Size: 2560 m² Budget: 46.300.000 DKK Total Advisor: NORD Architects, Copenhagen Engineer: Cowi a/s, Riisøe Rådgivende Ingeniør –, Svend Ole Hansen ApS – Arup Landscape Architect: Charlotte Skibsted, Landskabsarkitekt MDL MAA Client advisor: Rambøll Danmark a/s Entrepreneur: MT Højgaard a/s, Viborg
A Building for Innovative Natural Science by Morten Gregersen in Denmark won the WA Award Cycle 7. Please find below the WA Award poster for this project.
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