PROJECT John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Building 201
ARCHITECT CannonDesign:Steven Blair, Scott Whitehead
GENERAL CONTRACTOR Turner Construction
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT Site Resources
PHOTOGRAPHER/RENDERER Laura Peters, CannonDesign and Christopher Barette, Chris Barrett Photography
LOCATION Laurel, Maryland, US
PROJECT COMPLETION DATE 7/27/2021
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) Building 201 is a veritable wonderland for scientists, boasting cutting-edge tools, equipment and laboratories that push the boundaries of research and development. Whether unraveling the mysteries of the universe, pioneering new materials, or confronting complex national security challenges, Building 201 equips researchers with everything they need to explore new frontiers.
Building 201 brings together 87 independent laboratories located in eight buildings across APL's campus. A completely new kind of laboratory and scientific workplace designed for the collision of many types of research and scientific disciplines under one roof.
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