BUILDING 103 - JOINT RESEARCH CENTER
New building of the Ispra Joint Research Center
Building 103 is designed as part of the overall JRC center reorganization project aimed at reducing the dispersion of buildings in a very large area.
One of the strategies chosen by the Center is to position the meeting rooms for visitors and the canteen in a more central position compared to the current one in order to reduce the transfer times on foot of the staff.
The building can be certified in class A and as BREEAM Very Good.
It has air-conditioning systems connected to the district's central heating, photovoltaic systems on the roof, and façade cladding in bioricycle material such as Greenwood is expected.
2015 - Ongoing
> Architectural design
Value of works
- General coordination,
- Concept and detailed architectural and
- Cost analysis,
- BREEAM protocol,
-Integrated and coordinated planning