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The Center for Applied Quantum Technology (ZAQuant) in Stuttgart was recently completed by hammeskrause architekten. In an interview, Markus Hammes explains the planning process for the research environment, which is flexible in terms of space and content.
What is special about this building project?
The complexity of the building task results from the multitude of specialised uses, for each of which there are prototypical buildings. The ZAQuant, however, is unique in the combination and concentration of the different experimental spaces.
Isolation, shielding, disturbance, decoupling, communication, informal exchange, spontaneous meetings – one might think that these terms are opposites. At ZAQuant, however, they are essential prerequisites in their holistic nature, which are necessary for the success of research and promote innovation.
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