As featured in STRUCTURE MAGAZINE, November 2018!
A new 105,000-square-foot Energy R & D building was constructed at Binghamton University in Binghamton, New York. It represents one of a series of laboratory research facilities planned for the university. This $45 million research facility will house physics and chemistry programs focused on energy technologies of the future.
The extensive use of curved, round HSS members as a structural framing system and the primary visual components of the architecture are what makes this project unique.