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Copernicus Lab with EU funding

Eurobuild CEE 21 November 2018
Copernicus Lab with EU funding
The building will have a useable area of 6,000 sqm
POLAND The province of Masovia and the city of Warsaw and the Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw have signed an agreement securing financing for the construction of the Copernican Revolution Lab (PPK).

The Copernican Revolution Lab will be built next to the Copernicus Science Centre and the two buildings will be connected via an underground passageway. The centre will have three storeys as well as one underground level with a total useable area of 6,000 sqm. floors and one underground one. It will have 6,000 sqm and will be able to accommodate 600 people. The tender to select the general contractor will be held in January 2019 and construction is to start in June 2019 with delivery planned for mid-2021. The architectural concept for the BIM designed building is by the Heinle, Wischer und Partner Architekci. The façade will be made up of ETFE plastic air pillows allowing the centre to be lit naturally while reducing electricity usage. This will make it possible to light the rooms with natural light and provide balanced energy consumption. The centre will have a green roof with solar panelling. The Copernican Revolution Lab will comprise science laboratories for teaching purposes as well as the latest technological devices such as 3D printers and VR equipment.

The new building will also include office space, a showroom, and a café. The Copernican Revolution Lab was set up by the Copernicus Science Centre in partnership with Moje Bambino and BeCreo Technologies. It is sponsored by Samsung Electronics and Saint Gobain.


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