Centerbrook in the News

Published on March 14th, 2012

A number of Centerbrook projects and architects have been in the news recently, highlighted by the report in The Hartford Courant that Jackson Laboratory had selected Centerbrook and another firm, Tsoi/Kobus & Associates, to design its new 173,000-square-foot genomic medical facility in Farmington Connecticut. JAX Genomic Medicine, a new nonprofit research institute for genomics-based medicine, will house 300 biomedical researchers, technicians and support staff in advanced computing facilities and laboratories.

Connecticut Magazine profiled partner Mark Simon’s house in its March issue [PDF], and American Libraries Magazine published a piece by Centerbrook principal Charles Mueller on library design in the digital age. The architectural website ArchNewsNow also included Mueller’s article in its aggregation of articles. Simon also was interviewed about architectural trends on NPR’s Faith Middleton Show. The website Architects & Artisans ran two posts about Centerbrook projects: the use of color for Hillside Campus at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and the iconization of Handsome Dan, Yale’s venerable mascot. Building Design & Construction Magazine published a rendering and overview of the Hotchkiss School’s new biomass facility, which is under construction.