Considerations within our report:
- The Crick Institute ethos and brand
- The layout of the existing building and available opportunities.
- The spatial layout of the different departments
- The activity within each department
- How departments might connect with others
From this backdrop, the understanding of the building and its occupation, OHD created a proposal that sought to weave human centred, wellbeing and Biophilic Design into a number of aspects, including:
- Layout - of both interior and exterior spaces
- Materiality - and how this might affect wayfinding and support activity
- Furniture - how this would support activity, departmental connectivity and recuperation
- Lighting - both natural and artificial and how this can support wellbeing
- Planting - both inside and outside to enhance activity and recuperation whilst supporting placemaking and specific activity (be that quiet focus, connectivity or recuperation).
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