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Superconductivity Science Center

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Superconductivity Science Center

This facility was designed to add new research space to house the activities of the Department of Biochemical and Biophysical Sciences and the Texas Center for Superconductivity as part of an overall plan to expand the research activities in the Science Center to enrich this area of the campus. The building has high brick archways with a glass curtain wall in the lobby and entry areas. The UHSC’s off-white color repeats the color of other building materials used o campus. Small amounts of red and blue color accents are used as highlights.

Client:

University of Houston

Location:

4800 Calhoun Road, Building 93, Houston, Texas 77004

Year:

1992

Project Size:

190,000 SF

Cost:

$14.4 Million

Category:

Higher Education

Tags:

architecture, Design, education, Expansion, higher education, university, University of Houston