NYBG’s iconic Palm gets a facelift
It is an advocate of the plant kingdom. When people discuss the magnificence of the New York Botanical Garden (NYBG), the sentiment is one of the first things that comes to mind. Established in 1891, the iconic NYBG is distinguished by the beauty of its landscape, collections and gardens. The scope of its excellence extends […]
How MBH Architects helped a critical research facility get built during the lockdown
It has been called an entrepreneurial playground—a place that was designed for scientists, by scientists. MBC BioLabs is a full-service incubator offering laboratories, office space, meeting room and an in-house staffed CRO facility with millions of dollars’ worth of equipment. Right before the pandemic hit, builders were putting the final touches on the 930 Brittan […]
When quiet matters in flooring
While many of the layout and design visions of facilities are both practical and positive, they are not always implemented with occupant comfort in mind. Take acoustics for example – many facilities choose flooring options that are easy to clean and maintain without considering the effects on those surrounded by them.