International Center for life
Terry Farrell & Partners

Terry Farrell & Partners,


Public Buildings, Institutions,

On the western edge of Newcastle, the International Centre for Life is a futuristic high-tech complex inaugurated in May 2000 and built to plans by the London studios of Terry Farrell & Partners.

International Center for life<br> Terry Farrell & Partners The science centre covers a 23,500 square metre area on a vacant city lot not far from the central railway station. Its construction, subsidised by national lottery funds as a millennium project, has played a central role in redevelopment of the district.
The client (International Centre for Life) wanted three buildings of different types: a visitor's attraction centre with a garden (9,100 square metres) conceived as an exhibition area for 300,000 visitors a year; an institute of human genetics (5,300 square metres) for Newcastle University, with housing area, teaching facilities and a clinic; and a bioscience centre (8,000 square metres), a private research centre.


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