Autor: Reynaers Aluminium
AKG Architects have wrapped the National Centre of Physical and Technological Sciences (NCPTS), at the University of Vilnius in Lithuania’s Sunrise (Saulėtekio) Valley, in a hexacon shaped façade inspired by chemical formulas. The idea of the chemical element as a basis for space planning, which then follows through the interior to register on the exterior, combines function with architectural design in a compelling way. The resulting building stands out and breaks away from the existing grey architecture that surrounds it. The creative and innovative appearance of the centre is intended to promote a scientific career to young people, attract new talent and provide an inspiring place to share scientific research.
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