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The two identical institute buildings frame a forecourt on their staggered sites, from which the buildings are accessible. A U-shaped laboratory building and a free-standing lecture hall form an institute courtyard permeable to the campus. The building entrances are situated here. The laboratory buildings are composed of two flexible laboratory zones of different depths connected by a low-installation office zone. The reinforced concrete buildings have semi-precast ceilings and ribbed brick-facing facades with a flush aluminum-glass construction in the area of the elongated laboratory wing.


Commendation - Landesbaupreis Mecklenburg-Vorpommern 2002 
(State Building Award of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)

Competition 1st Prize, 1997
Client Betrieb für Bau und Liegenschaften Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
Planning started 1997
Completion 2002
Total floor area 17,000 sqm

Team: Frank Fuhrmann, Cornelius Nailis

Planning and Realization
Project Management: Angelika Egner, Alexander Böhme
Team: Frank Fuhrmann, Corinna Moesges, Birgit Hübner, Martina Pongratz, Raoul Kunz

Landscape architecture: Ariane Röntz, Berlin
Werner Huthmacher