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Inverness Campus expansion continues with plans for new phase

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February 24 2017

Inverness Campus expansion continues with plans for new phase
ThreeSixty Architecture have drawn up plans for the latest phase of Inverness Campus in the form of a formal planning submission on behalf of Highlands and Islands Enterprise.

Standing alongside Aurora House, from which it takes its design cue, the latest addition to the estate will offer 2,350sq/m of space for use by life sciences researchers and/or office staff with a flexible design allowing it to be easily configured for a sole occupier or sub-let.

In a statement the architects said: “The building has been designed to be viewed from all sides with the entrance addressing the main campus green. The creation of informal gathering spaces help foster campus-wide interaction. Stone walls conceal and enclose parking courtyards. The concept of is that of a timber box housing flexible lettable space intersected by a copper clad form that creates the entrance experience and frames multi-functional interaction spaces.”

Inverness Campus occupies 5.5 acres of land on the outskirts of Inverness designated as an enterprise area for life sciences.
The commercial and research space has been conceived as a timber box
The commercial and research space has been conceived as a timber box

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