The architectural project by Kengo Kuma

Almost 250 metres long, its slate roof covers three distinct spaces, all dedicated to the dialogue of science and culture.

The ArtLab building and its associated scientific programmes offer several forms of the fruitful dialogue that science and art can establish. It is the work of Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, winner of the competition launched in 2012.

Kengo Kuma, born in 1954, studied architecture at the University of Tokyo before joining Columbia University in New York.

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