Teaching, learning and research come together in this nearly 200,000 square-foot building at the University of Delaware. In newly structured science classes, students apply principles of biology, chemistry, and physics to solve problems in such areas as renewable energy and stewardship of the natural environment. Classrooms, laboratories and other facilities within the L-shaped structure support this learning while accommodating teams of researchers from energy and environmental institutes.
The Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Lab (ISE Lab) at University of Delaware has won several awards and was published in World Landscape Architecture Magazine.
The Mid-Atlantic state’s architectural chapter doled out 22 awards to professional firms, including Ayers Saint Gross’ Travel Plazas and University of Delaware ISE Lab projects.