28.01.2008 ScienceSouth Phase III Vision

Artists Impression Phase III © 2007 Claus Lämmle


“Wire Model Phase III” © BNY Architects

In spring 2008 ScienceSouth will open the Phase II temporary facility on site. It will enable the organization to introduce on-site family and community programs. Currently wa are working for an operating and business plan for Phase Three, a 66,000 square foot facility “ScienceSouth Center”.

Illustrationen zur Visualisierung des Gesamtprojekts. Auftraggeber ScienceSouth Board, Florence South Carolina. Wir arbeiten zur Zeit gemeinsam mit ZINC Projects am “detailed design development” für das Center, das ca. 2010 eröffnet werden soll.

19.01.2008 ScienceSouth Future Development


Currently we are working on a “Strategic Feasibility Study” for the future of ScienceSouth urban development. Together with ZINC Projects we try to find a solution to pool 3 potential projects in the area together.

01.12.2007 ScienceSouth Phase III, aerial view


25.10.2007 ScienceSouth Illustrations

Illustrationen zur Visualisierung der “Lern-Plattformen” – Konzeption eines Science Centers.






22.06.2007 ScienceSouth Phase III, early studies



16.05.2006 ScienceSouth Phase III, 1st scetches



Advance scientific understanding and increase the competitiveness of the future generations! ScienceSouth’s vision is to engage 125,000 individuals per year through the creation of innovative, enjoyable, learning experiences. It will achieve this by providing young people with scientific adventures, technology endeavors and first hand experiences. Active learning, invention, and problem solving based programs will also be delivered to children and their key influencers – teachers and extended family.

By an iconic facility, ScienceSouth will convey the significance of community based learning to the region and state. The architecture will reflect the environment by using the geometry found in nature including, the Fibonacci spiral, the structure of spider webs, the hexagonal honeycomb and the tree with its branching structure.

The structures will radically change visitor perspectives. The architecture will capitalize on existing site features to achieve rich and diverse visitor experiences. Connections to the environment and nature are vital and require the opportunity to make real time observations inside and outside the buildings.

The design will pursue the use of alternative energy and efficient uses of energy. It will achieve a green architecture designation and “tread lightly” on the site, leaving no indelible impact. It will demonstrate best practice in the construction systems and use of materials.

The structure will have three innovative physical spaces: the Pivot, the Span and the Spire.

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