Research facilities affect more than just science, NBBJ Partner David Lewis told Bisnow in Manchester — they have the potential to transform commercial real estate, even an entire city. “Science is on show these days,” he says. “It’s about giving people something to look at, and that means lots more visibility and outward-looking buildings.” He also discussed the possibilities for research to occur in commercial buildings, as well as the need for greater resiliency.
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