Designing A City For Science At The Bottom Of The World

September 27, 2017

A city at the bottom of the Earth; that’s exactly the project that Feed Media client OZ Architecture is meant for.

A city at the bottom of the Earth; that’s exactly the project that Feed Media client OZ Architecture is meant for. Fast and Company reports on how OZ was selected as the firm to overhaul the McMurdo Station in Antarctica to improve its scientific output, quality of life, and efficiency.

“The top priority is making more science out of what’s down there. If people are healthy, safe, and inspired, then they’ll do better work–and this goes for not just the scientists, but also the support staff.”

Science in the most extreme environment takes one incredible architecture firm to help them get there.

Read the full article here.

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