Cancer Research Center
Indianapolis, Indiana 1993
112,000 sq ft. Biomedical research facility containing laboratories, faculty offices, and lecture hall.
The Cancer Research Center was the first phase of a research facility development that was to be contiguous to the Indiana University School of Medicine. The building establishes a research base devoted entirely to cancer research. Natural finishes, forms, and textures relate to biological inspiration from such sources as rock formations and fish scales while still unifying the building with the surrounding styles of architecture on campus.
Jim Hill (partner-in-charge)
Paul Puzzello (project architect, designer)