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University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center - South Campus Research Complex

Vic Gelsomino, AIA, and Kristin Kautz, P&W Architects, LLP

Flexible, open lab design, with increased public space and convertible offices, is a novel response to the dynamics of multi-disciplinary research in the 21st Century.

Labs21 Connection:

Key concepts include: Open Labs, Interior Building Zones, Mobile Casework, Overhead Service Carriers, Flexible Office Design, and Public Space.

Biography:

Vic Gelsomino, AIA, is a Partner with P&W Architects and specializes in laboratory design and development. With 35 years of experience in the research field, he has been involved in all phases of project delivery, including management of multiple projects. Vic is recognized in the field of architecture for his expertise in the complexities of the research practice area and equipment specifications and is especially known for his innovative design approaches including the concept of plug and play flexibility. A graduate of Rice University with a Masters in Architecture and Urban Design, Vic has led the design of facilities for major institutions in the Texas Medical Center and throughout Texas.

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