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Spa at the LINQ Hotel & Casino

Spa at the LINQ Hotel & Casino

Las Vegas, Nevada
Client: Caesars Entertainment

Project Description

  • Unexpected textures, motifs, and colors create a refreshing, meditative environment for reflection and relaxation in this 15,000-sf spa.
  • A one-of-a-kind oasis, the spa hosts treatment rooms, a full-service salon, eucalyptus steam rooms, relaxation chambers, spacious locker/shower areas, and the only salt room in the city.
  • Curated design details create a soothing space; highlights include the honeycomb backsplash in the treatment rooms, wood-textured concrete, and the punched-tin entry wall.

Photographer: Andrew Bordwin

Spa Locker Room
Spa Lounge Chairs
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The Eli and Edythe L Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard

The Eli and Edythe L Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard

Cambridge, Massachusetts
Client: Boston Properties, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

This building provides the extraordinary research community across Boston with a remarkable space for scientific collaboration and discovery. It also represents a deep commitment to Kendall Square and Cambridge, and the community that has nurtured us over the past decade.”

Dr. Eric Lander

President and Director, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard

Project Description

  • Created by a collaboration among MIT, Harvard, and the Harvard affiliated hospitals, the Broad Institute features design that facilitates interaction among the most gifted thinkers of our time, accommodating the research practices of today and anticipating the research ventures of tomorrow.
  • The building is open and flexible, quickly adapting to changing research needs in a state-of-the-art environment where life science researchers can think, investigate, and create.
  • The building is designed for high-hazard urban research with capacity in infrastructure to accommodate diverse demands.

Photographer: Anton Grassl / Esto

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Pfizer at Six Ten Main/MIT

Pfizer at Six Ten Main/MIT

Cambridge, Massachusetts
Client: MIT Investment Management Company, Pfizer

Project Description

  • Designed for optimum flexibility, this 597,000-sf, two-building research and development campus provides new laboratories and offices for Pfizer and further enriches Kendall Square’s world-leading life science cluster.
  • With a program that includes street-level retail, offices, and laboratory/research facilities, the campus also provides parking for 650 cars on three levels below-grade.
  • Pfizer’s research facilities fill the seven-story South Building and most of the North Building, accommodating the company’s neuroscience, cardiovascular, metabolic, BTX, and endocrine disease research units.
  • Other tenants include CRISPR Therapeutics, LabCentral, KSQ Therapeutics, Bayer LifeHub Boston, Casebia Therapeutics, and Pfizer’s Centers for Therapeutic Innovation.

Photographer: Chuck Choi

Six Ten Main Street coutryard
Six Ten Main Street South Facade
Six Ten Main Street Colonade
Six Ten Main Street East Facade
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New York Genome Center

New York Genome Center

New York, New York
Client: New York Genome Center

Project Description

  • The New York Genome Center is the headquarters for an independent nonprofit consortium representing 18 world-class research institutions.
  • This 150,000-sf headquarters provides genomic sequencing laboratories and research facilities on seven floors of an existing building, allowing for future expansion. Amenities include a training center, 190-seat auditorium, and 100-seat café.
  • Labs, offices, and common areas feature demountable partitions, moveable lab furniture, and interchangeable plug-and-play utility systems for easy reconfiguration.

Photographer: David Joseph

New York Genome Center Auditorium
New York Genome Center Open Meeting
New York Genome Center Extraction Laboratory
New York Genome Center Sequencing Lab
New York Genome Center stair
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The Stanley Building at the Broad Institute

The Stanley Building at the Broad Institute

Cambridge, Massachusetts
Client: The Broad Institute

Project Description

  • This 374,000-sf expansion is the second building on the Broad campus and more than doubles the genomic research institute’s original size with 14 new floors of laboratory, vivarium, and administrative space.
  • The building’s infrastructure is designed to accommodate changes in research and methodology, including 30,000-sf large floors with few columns for lab and support space, with 15-ft floor heights allowing plug-and-play ventilation and lab utilities delivery from the ceiling.
  • For this fast-track project, an integrated project team, including the development manager, construction manager, owner and user groups, was central to its success.

Photographer: Peter Vanderwarker

Broad Stanley Chemical Laboratory
Broad Stanley Interior
Broad Stanley Interior Laboratory
Broad Stanley Interior Office
Broad Stanley Atrium