The Novartis Pavilion will serve as a visitor center, inviting exchange and providing insights into drug research and development as well as the history of Novartis and its predecessor companies. Since the building will be open to the public, it is placed at the interface between the Novartis Campus and public space.
The first floor of the two-story pavilion will house event spaces, a hub for students as an extension of the school lab, and a public coffee shop. The centerpiece of the building will be the 'Miracles of Medicine' exhibit, which is divided into four sections. It will interactively provide information on topics such as 'life', 'disease' and 'innovative advances in medicine as well as healthcare'.
Blaser Butscher Architects were commissioned as Local Architect and General Planner for the planning and realization of the project. The design architect is the office of Michele De Lucchi Milano, which emerged as the winner of an international competition. The construction work is progressing well, in the meantime we are already in the expansion phase, and the pavilion and its exhibition are scheduled to open in the spring of 2022.
The single-family house on Drosselstrasse in Bottmingen, built in 1969, is currently being renovated and converted. In addition to the renovation of the building envelope, the first floor is undergoing the most reconstruction measures.
Entrance and living area will be completely redesigned and reorganized. The living space will be significantly enlarged by the demolition of a massive fireplace and will serve the family in the future for living, eating, cooking and playing. The exterior space is to be more connected to the interior. An unused garage on the first floor will be removed in favor of enlarging an existing study with a newly installed wet room.
"'I feel like I've come from a vacation.' This was the prompt feedback after the first yoga class I was allowed to give in Christian's office four years ago. At the time, I was still working as a landscape architect myself, and I was aware of how important effective relaxation, breathing and movement are in everyday office life.
In the weekly classes we strengthen the areas of the body that are typically affected by intensive computer work. Mind and emotions are relaxed in order to gain new strength mentally as well. The office yoga is a step towards work-life balance for the participants and the whole team.
The positive feedback from the employees of Blaser Architects ultimately inspired me to design a holistic stress management program, which I teach in offices and individual coaching sessions. Whether it's a workshop or a yoga class, my goal is to bring an hour of vacation to the city's offices."
The yoga team at Blaser Architects would like to sincerely thank Anika for the many great and relaxing yoga retreats! We will stay tuned and can only recommend the 'short vacations'.
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What influence do we have on the emergence of pandemics and what influence do pandemics with their conditions have on our future and our spaces?
Next presentation: Wednesday 16.06.21, 18h - Prevention
David Schärer, founding partner communication agency ROD.
'Covid-19 and the public'
The talk will take place online, YouTube access is directly through our website under the corresponding event.
For this project, schauraum-b is collaborating with the FHNW School of Art and Design, Institute HyperWerk, Basel.
more Information: www.schauraum-b.ch
The paint manufacturer Caparol now has its production and sales premises in Spenglerpark. As a result of the overall renovation of Spenglerpark, Blaser Architekten were actively involved in the search for replacement locations. In the Dreispitz area of Münchenstein, Caparol found ideal premises in the property at Frankfurstrasse 54. Blaser Architekten are responsible for the planning and execution of the new sales, administration, production and storage premises of Caparol Farben AG as general planners.
Due to the scheduling dependencies, the planning and execution of the project will be realized in a compact form in the speed planning procedure together with a work group of the company Stamm AG. The occupation will take place in September 2021.
INFORS HT is one of the world's leading developers and manufacturers of shakers and bioreactors.
After a small competition, Blaser Architects was asked to take over the planning and realization of the new presentation, show and training room in Bottmingen near Basel.
The realization is expected to start in March, and the premises will be completed by the end of May.
Due to the total renovation of building A in Spenglerpark Münchenstein, Blaser Architects were asked to take over the planning and realization of the tenant rochade of the company UPS from house A to the 1st floor of house C. The tenant rochade will be carried out by Blaser Architects.
For this purpose, the existing interior of the former premises of a retail store will be adapted to the new user requirements, a kitchen will be installed and the toilet facilities will be renewed.
Construction work has already begun and the premises will be put into operation in the summer of 2021.
In the property at Austrasse 32 in Basel, the new owner would like to freshen up a vacant, outdated 4 1/2 room apartment on the 2nd floor.
The bright apartment with balcony and spacious rooms has a lot of charm, but needs besides the refreshment of the surfaces, new modern wet areas with kitchen and bathroom.
With a few interventions, the apartment can be improved in a contemporary way. The kitchen should retain the flair of the old building apartment and at the same time serve as an extended living space.
After the start of construction work in February, the apartment should be ready for occupancy in April.
The BzG and BfG health schools of the cantons of Baselland and Baselstadt and the KV Avanti continuing education school are currently located in the Spenglerpark buildings in Münchenstein. As a result of the overall renovation of these buildings, they will be temporarily housed in five existing buildings in the Klybeckareal. A total of 17,000 m2 of temporary school space will be created there. Blaser Architekten are working as general planners for the landowner Rhystadt Basel AG.
The depth of penetration into the buildings varies greatly due to the different condition of the buildings and user requirements.
Construction began in mid-November, and school operations will begin after the summer vacations in 2021.
While the school is being relocated to the temporary facilities, the definitive school premises will be rebuilt in the Campus for Health in Spenglerpark Buildings A and B from 2021 to 2023. Here, we are allowed to provide part of the architectural services for Credit Suisse Anlagestiftung Real Estate Switzerland as the landowner.
The search for a new tenant for the traditional Neubad restaurant in Binningen revealed that the continued operation of the premises as a restaurant was no longer opportune. Blaser Architekten developed a concept with residential use on the first floor. The commercial uses on the 1st and 2nd floors would be retained.
In addition, after clarifications with the preservation of historical monuments, we are investigating an extension - also with residential use - on the property on the Dorenbach.
We wish you
a hopeful start
into the new year and look forward
to one or the other encounter
in whatever form...
Sincerely Christian W. Blaser
and the Blaser Architects Team
We say goodbye
to a year in which closeness
was only possible to a limited extent.
We wish you
and a promising 2021.
Sincerely Christian W. Blaser
and the Blaser Architects Team
The Architecture Dialogues organize an annual architecture excursion to neighboring countries. This autumn, 25 people interested in architecture set off from Bolzano for the valleys and mountains under the expert guidance of the Architecture Foundation South Tyrol. We visited metal and wood construction companies and then went on to visit places in the mountains, such as Zaha Hadid's Messmer Mountain Museum, resorts, cellars, a straw bale house and the only whiskey distillery in Italy. We also visited old towns with successful architectural interventions.
Contemporary architecture in South Tyrol is increasingly attracting international attention. The architectural trail ranges from intact small towns, modern buildings in art nouveau style to the present. Architecture in South Tyrol is characterized by different typologies and architectural styles, which have been created over time by historical and cultural influences. A variety of buildings and cities with one common denominator: great architectural care.
A facility for RadioLigand therapies is to be built into a laboratory building in Basel, Switzerland, constructed in 1973. The planning and realization of such RLT rooms is very demanding due to the work with extremely sensitive methods and high safety requirements. The Research and Development Department needs the premises to be ready by the end of 2021. The tight time window leads to unconventional planning and realization methods.
Blaser Architects is working on this general planning mandate in cooperation with Butscher Architects.
Novartis is currently implementing programs around the world that aim to improve the utilization of the jobs provided. The efficient use of resources such as energy, water or treated air should contribute to the achievement of the sustainability goals that the company has set itself. To this end, existing office space is being converted into so-called Activity Based Working Enviroments, in which associates are no longer assigned fixed desks but are instead assigned to areas. In these areas a variation of different workplace qualities will be provided, the employees can decide where they want to work, how long they want to work and which environment best supports their current activity.
The workplaces have to be cleared when leaving, lockers are provided on each floor for personal work utensils.
On the Basel campus, the Asklepios 8 office building, designed by Herzog & deMeuron, was converted accordingly. In line with sustainability goals, the existing furniture was reinstalled, partially converted and supplemented where necessary.
Blaser architects were responsible for the planning and construction management of the new working environment.
On the 1st floor of a newly renovated office building in Binningen, the medical practice Dr. Wagener for general internal and pharmaceutical medicine was installed on a vacant total area of 220 m2. In addition to the reception/waiting area and the treatment rooms, the practice also has a laboratory, a kitchen and a loggia for the practice team.
We started construction work in May of this year, and the practice was handed over on time and within budget at the end of August.
The Spalenberg office building in Basel is owned by IGIMO AG, represented by Schroders Investment Management (Switzerland) AG, Zurich. The tenant of the basement, ground floor and second floor was Credit Suisse AG with a bank branch. The University of Basel will move into the 2nd to 4th floor.
Blaser architects planned and realized the basic extension of the property. Subsequently, we received the mandate for the tenant fit-out for the University of Basel, which will be completed by the end of February 2021.
The expansion of the Migrosbank's rental space will be carried out by Diener & Diener Architects after completion of the basic expansion and will involve the first floor, the 1st floor and the 3rd basement.
The rooms on the first floor are accessed via the external stairway/ramp. Via the 24-hour zone with the ATMs, one reaches the entrance hall with the six glazed consultant boxes, a meeting room and various ancillary rooms. On the second floor there is an open-space office with 26 workstations, meeting rooms, two individual offices and a lounge.
The branch will thus become the main headquarters of Migrosbank in Basel.
Construction started in October 2020 and the building is scheduled to be occupied by the end of March 2021.
On the BaseLink site in the Bachgraben area in Allschwil, construction work is underway on the GRID innovation and commercial complex. The building was designed by Herzog & deMeuron.
In addition to the interior fittings for the anchor tenant SIP 2.0 'Switzerland Innovation Park Bark Basel Area', Blaser Architects were commissioned by the owner Senn Resources AG with the architectural planning of the tenant fittings for Basilea Pharmaceutical AG and the Department of Biomedical Engineering of the University of Basel.
(Visualization: copyright Herzog & deMeuron)
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The 2nd floor of the building at Freie Strasse 70 / Kaufhausgasse 5 in Basel, which has been rented by Bank E. Gutzwiller & Cie. since 2018, was converted into an office floor. The main premises of the bank are located at the directly adjacent Kaufhausgasse 7.
The conversion of the office space included the enlargement of the meeting room facing the inner courtyard and the creation of an additional two-person office in the current OpenSpace - Office. In order to improve access to the remaining bank premises, an already existing breakthrough to the building at Kaufhausgasse 7 was restored. The new offices were connected to the cooling system already built for the COS store.
The Spenglerpark in Münchenstein consists of the three buildings A, B and C with a total usable area of approx. 80'000 m2. The total renovation of building A requires various tenant rochades planned by Blaser Architects.
The company Chemgineering will receive a new open space office on the 4th floor of building B on approx. 3'000 m2. The logistics company UPS, with 1'600 m2 of space, moves into the 1st floor of House C with its 130 workstations. On the first floor of House B, the companies will move into their warehouses, sales areas and workshops after the conversion of the loading ramp.
The building application will be submitted in April and construction will start at the beginning of 2021. In June 2021, the areas will be ready for occupation so that the 2-year conversion of building A can take place rent-free.
Lüdin AG has sold its site between Bahnhofstrasse, Rheinstrasse and Schützenstrasse in Liestal ("Lüdin Site") to Credit Suisse Real Estate Fund SIAT. The owners intend to plan and realize an attractive residential development and service areas on the site on the basis of the urban development guideline project.
Blaser Architects, as local architects, together with the New York office Karpf Khalili Architects and the landscape architecture office CZ Studio Associates from Venice, are actively involved in this interesting and important development for Liestal within the framework of an anonymous invited project competition.
From October 12 to October 16, 2020, ArchitekturDialoge will organize various lunchtime tours as part of the Architecture Days in Basel. This year's theme is 'Company premises as an opportunity'.
Company premises have been shaping the Basel area for decades. They are an important spatial and architectural resource for the identity and development of our city. What opportunities are offered by their conversion or construction? We will visit five sites and invite five dancers who will present their view of the buildings in a performance.
You will find the exact program soon under: www.architekturdialoge.ch
Our revised Blaser Architekten website is online as of today - with a new design and slightly modified structure.
The structural revision of the homepage reflects the diversity and individuality of our office. The website also serves our internal history and was provided with project and office data for internal use. The web relaunch was developed, designed and realized with Iwan Raschle, Raschle & Partner, Atelier für Gestaltung und Kommunikation, Bern. We hope you enjoy browsing through our website.
As a temporary solution, we built three botany laboratories for the PMI (Plant Microbe Interaction) department of the University of Basel into existing offices on the 2nd floor of the historic, listed Bernoullianum. In addition, the warehouse and archive, also on the 2nd floor of the unprotected annex, were converted into an open-space office, so that the necessary workstations for the new laboratories could be provided. At the same time, we renovated existing laboratories for Quaternary Geology on the ground floor and basement and modernized the equipment also with regard to the new research activities. The new rooms could be handed over to the users on time and within the estimated budget.
This year we are pleased to surprise you with a short film instead of our traditional customer aperitif 'join us'. So you can get in touch with one or the other member of our team, despite the existing circumstances. We wish you much pleasure and look forward to our event next year.
click here to see the film: miss.you / join.us
On the 1st floor of a newly renovated commercial building in Binningen-Dorenbach, a medical practice for 'orthopaedics' was built in on a total empty area of 410 m2. In addition to the reception/waiting area, the treatment rooms and an X-ray room, the practice also has a kitchen and two loggias for the practice team. The two large inserted loggias provide very good daylight conditions and some rooms are illuminated from three sides.
Construction work began in March of this year and the practice was put into operation in June 2020.
The EM Center, which will be completed in 2017, meets all the expectations with which Novartis started work on this facility in 2015. For this reason, the EM has been extended by a microscope.
Adaptation of the building services, especially in the areas of ventilation, air conditioning, cooling and radiation insulation, significantly increased the complexity of the project. A self-sufficient HVAC system was created, which does not affect the running system. The cooling ceilings for the new microscopy room were attached to the house cooling network, as were the air coolers. The room was conditioned according to the requirements. In case the temperature range could not be maintained, the entire corridor was preconditioned. The monoblock was already designed for the expansion scenario at the beginning. The underlay floor in the area of the stands was removed and the sensitive equipment was placed on a concrete base. Walls and ceilings were designed to match the existing EM. A Faraday cage was installed for final shielding.
The H&M branch in the Shopping Arena near the St. Gallen stadium, which opened in 2008, was renovated and extended.
The existing 1,300 m2 of retail space on the ground floor and basement was increased by 700 m2 to a total of 2,000 m2 in the basement. The sales areas and ancillary rooms were redesigned in accordance with the new H&M design concept, with an additional lift being installed as a vertical connection to the existing escalator. Blaser Architects acted as general planners for the conversion. The work was carried out by the general contractor in four stages during ongoing operations and began in January 2020, with the opening of the retail spaces taking place in May 2020.
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The historic building of Wirtschafts-Treuhand AG on Arnold Böcklin-Strasse in Basel, built in 1906, has been rebuilt and renovated several times. The former company flat on the 2nd floor was redesigned as office space, the existing offices were structurally adapted and refurnished. All surfaces were refreshed. However, the historical character was always retained in all the conversion measures.
Employees now have direct access to the courtyard garden and from the bicycle parking area into the building with new shower and changing facilities in the basement. On the ground floor, the entrance area, among other things, has been given a fresh design and a new open lounge with a kitchenette and, as originally planned, an exit to the garden has been created. All bathrooms have been renewed, the furniture and lighting in the whole house has been modernized and niches with built-in furniture have been used optimally.
Due to its development, the Hirslanden Klinik Birshof needed a new operating theatre for orthopaedics, a smaller operating theatre for outpatient operations and an extension to the day clinic.
The new orthopaedics operating theatre was planned adjacent to the existing operating wing on the 2nd floor in order to ensure a good connection to the sterilisation department and the wardrobes. The floor heights in the old building of 2.56 m are too low for an operating theatre. Therefore the ceiling had to be moved one meter upwards. The necessary technical centre for the two operating theatres could thus be located above the operating theatre for orthopaedics.
The conversion and renovation work was carried out during ongoing operations. A major challenge here was also the schedule of the clinic. The project started in June 2019 and operations in the operating theatres were able to start at the end of January 2020. The conversion was planned by Butscher Architects and realised by Blaser Architects.
In a former laboratory building a research unit with animal station was installed on a floor area of 1'600 m2. On the first floor, in addition to the supply rooms, there is the vacuum disposal station and separate access for caretakers and scientists. On the top floor a new technical center was built due to the special use of the building to prevent possible cross-contamination with other uses in the building. The construction and operation of animal stables is subject to the highest standards of animal husbandry.
Six new animal housing rooms and the corresponding technical units were built to ensure the special room climates. Access of the keepers and access of the scientists is via the appropriate checkrooms into the hygiene zone. Only the cafeteria, which serves as a recreation room for the staff, is located outside the Animal Facility.
The construction work for the exterior design of the Carbahaus on Förrlibuckstrasse in Zurich was completed in January. The construction time was about six months. It led to an improvement in the access situation of the individual buildings and the creation of attractive outdoor recreation areas. The inner courtyards were opened and by moving the access stairs into the passerelle, a clear boundary was created for the tenants between private and public use. The proportion of green space around the existing plane trees was increased in favor of lingering on the new wooden decks.
One of the last contemporary witnesses of modernism, Werner's life ended in Basel on December 8, after 95 years. He first learned to be a cabinetmaker, then studied interior design and architecture. His path led via Finland and Alvar Aalto to Japan, where he published a book about temples and teahouses, which convinced Mies van der Rohe to create a first book about Mies together with him. Later followed more than 100 other books on the architecture of famous architects we Ando, Calatrava, Foster, Jahn, Souto de Moura, Piano. His creativity is also immortalized in a dozen buildings, in his furniture and several exhibitions.
Thanks to his personal relationships with many world-famous architects, Basel has also been able to enjoy top-class architectural lectures since 1980. Christian W. Blaser continues this tradition to this day with the resulting Architecture Dialogues Foundation.
Until two years ago, Werner worked up his 'Living Archive' in our office, which contains photos, plans and objects that formed the material of the many books and exhibitions.
On the BaseLink site in the Bachgraben area in Allschwil, excavation has begun for the GRID innovation and commercial complex. The building was designed by Herzog & deMeuron.
Blaser Architekten AG were selected as general planners for the interior design of the anchor tenant SIP 2.0 'Switzerland Innovation Park Bark Basel Area'. The new building of the entire commercial complex will be constructed in two stages. From mid 2022 SIP will be able to move into the approximately 6'000 m2 rental space as part of the first stage.
Here, as a platform for the exchange of knowledge between publicly and privately financed research institutions and the business community, they will offer the following services: Flexibly usable infrastructures (offices, laboratories, workshops, common rooms); infrastructure-related services and innovation services Target groups are researchers from Swiss and foreign universities and research institutions as well as from Swiss and foreign large companies, SMEs and start-ups.
After the Technology Park in Stücki Park Basel, this is already the second project that Blaser Architects have been allowed to create for the target audience 'Research and Start-Ups'. Rendering: copyright Herzog & deMeuron
Our staff outing this year took us to the forest area of Breitenbach in the canton of Solothurn at the end of October, accompanied by a forester on one of the few rain-free days in October. We learned a lot about the work of foresters and the direct impact of climate change on our forest areas. In addition, we were able to lend a hand ourselves and plant some young trees. The successful excursion was concluded with a cozy, well-deserved dinner in a nearby mountain inn.
Now that the shell of the first two extension buildings (an office and a laboratory building) has been completed and the interior work in the building rented by Lonza Drug Product Services is progressing on schedule, we will start planning the second stage from 2020.
Swiss Prime Site Immobilien will thus realize two further laboratory buildings that will complete Stücki Park. The shell construction is expected to start in spring 2021, so that the new laboratory spaces will be ready for occupancy from 2023.
On June 18, 2019, we were able to celebrate the topping-out ceremony at Leimenstrasse 39. We would like to express our sincere thanks to the contractors and specialist planners involved for the good cooperation so far. Currently, we have started with the interior construction. The apartments will be ready for occupancy from November.
In July, construction work began on redesigning the outdoor spaces of the Carbahaus on Förrlibuckstrasse in Zurich. The construction time is around four months. It will lead to an improvement of the access situations of the individual buildings and an enhancement of the outdoor recreation areas. The courtyard will be opened up and the relocation of the access stairs will create more private zones for the tenants within the building perimeter. In addition, the staircases, which are offset to the outside, serve the purpose of signaling and make it easier to find the addresses.
The conversion of the WRO-1094 office and laboratory building on the Rosental site in Basel will be largely completed in September. The structural measures were carried out on the 4th floor. Here, a new API area (work with highly active substances) with personnel locks, spray shower, weighing booth and material pass-throughs was built. This also required fire protection measures and adjustments to the building services installations in the HVAC area.
As a temporary measure, we are building three botany laboratories for the PMI (Plant Microbe Interaction) department into existing offices for the University of Basel on the 2nd floor of the historic Bernoullianum, which is a listed building. In addition, new office space is being created in the non-protected annex. In parallel, we are building new laboratory workstations for Quaternary Geology on the ground floor and in the basement. Completion is scheduled for spring 2020 and December 2019 for the ground floor and basement areas.
With the completion of the structural work, the Stücki Park planning team has reached a milestone in the construction of the first stage of the Stücki Park expansion. Together with the general contractor Halter AG, the Blaser Architekten team is looking forward to the completion of the first two buildings (one office and one laboratory building each) in 2020 and to the start of the second construction phase.
Due to the flood protection project of the canton Basel Landschaft, the city of Laufen announced a competition for the replacement of the Norimatt footbridge by a bridge with a significantly longer span.
To symbolize the bridge between the Norimatt and Nau areas of Laufen, Blaser Architekten, in collaboration with the engineering firm Jauslin Stebler, proposed an arched bridge with a slightly curved roadway. The elegant arch connects the existing ice rink and recreation hall with the housing developments planned near the Birs.
The third ArchitekturDialoge trip took us three days to Milano, where we combined the Arch Week Milano 2019 taking place there with a small Architek_Tour. During this tour Stefano Boeri explained us the Bosco Verticale and we visited the studio of architect and designer Michele de Lucchi. In addition, we visited the buildings Torre Pirelli (Gio Ponti), Torre Velasca (BBPR), Fondazione Feltrinelli (Herzog & De Meuron), Fondazione Prada (OMA) as well as the Armani Silo (Tadao Ando) in whose rooms a wonderful Ando and Armani exhibition could be seen. Besides the architectural highlights we also enjoyed the Lombard food culture.
The trip with 20 participants was organized by ArchitekturDialoge. They were accompanied by Christian W. Blaser as president and Fausto De Lorenzo as managing director of AD. The tour was guided by Bo Kojich, who actively supported us in the organization with his office REISEN ZUR KUNST.
The historic building of Wirtschafts-Treuhand AG on Arnold Böcklin-Strasse in Basel, which was built in 1906 and has been converted several times, is being converted and renovated.
The service apartment on the 2nd floor will be redesigned as office space. The exit from the first floor into the garden will be restored as it originally existed. All finishes will be refreshed, and the existing offices will be structurally adjusted and refurnished. This will make them more open and flexible.
This year's join us event took place on May 23 at the Wolf under the moto smart city.
We enjoyed the evening with you very much.
Hier geht es zur Fotostrecke: join us 2019
From the 3rd quarter of 2020, Lonza Drug Product Services will move into a complete building of the Stücki Park Basel extension currently under construction. The life science supplier is already an important tenant at Stücki Park.
The expansion, which will take place in two stages, is thus progressing according to plan. By 2023, the four new buildings, each with seven and eight upper floors respectively, will create space for a total of 1,700 workplaces. The building owner, Swiss Prime Site Immobilien, can thus meet the needs of the region for laboratory and office space.
On Monday 17 September 2018, the topping-out ceremony took place at the Burgunderstrasse construction site in Basel. Once again, we would like to express our sincere thanks to the craftsmen, contractors and suppliers for their excellent cooperation to date on this challenging construction site.
As of January 2019, the building will be ready for occupancy with its multi-story and maisonette apartments, the two studios and the medical practice.
For the fifth year in a row, Bauknecht and Blaser Architekten jointly organized the Veloplausch to nearby Alsace on August 17, 2018. Once again, the event took place under the expert guidance of former Swiss professional cyclist Stefan Mutter. Forty cycling enthusiasts mastered the three tours offered. For the first time, there was also the possibility to complete the easier tour with Stromer E-bikes.
At the end of August 2018, the foundation stone was laid for the first stage of the expanded office and laboratory space in Stücki Park. This marks the start of the expansion of the existing space by around 27,000 m2 in two stages with the addition of four new buildings with expanded offices and laboratories, thus almost doubling the existing stock. By the end of 2023, Stücki Park is to become a business location with a total of 4,000 jobs and thus a strong impact for the entire Basel region. Blaser Architekten is working on the project in collaboration with the general contractor Halter AG.
According to a supplement in the Basler Zeitung, the Center of Excellence for Cryo-Electron Microscopy on the Novartis Campus, which began operations a year ago and was designed by Blaser Architects, is well on its way to providing groundbreaking research results in drug development. Capturing images of never-before-seen drug targets raises high hopes.
The Friedrich Miescher Institute and Novartis are supporting each other in the many research projects that can benefit from the revolutionary, but very high investment, technology. Already today, researchers' expectations of the new technology are being exceeded, and some things that seemed almost impossible before now seem feasible.
This year's join us event took place on March 1 at the former Musik Hug and was well attended as always.
We enjoyed the evening with you very much.
Hier geht es zur Fotostrecke: join us 2018