Stanford’s James H. Clark Center is home to the experimental Bio-X Program, which connects biology and medicine by allowing scholars from the Biological Sciences, Engineering, and Information Technology sectors to perform collaborative research in one facility. This forward-looking program required a facility that would utilize the best of today’s technology to engender interdisciplinary learning.
- Conference Rooms
RLS supported world-renowned architects Foster + Partners and MBT Architecture by creating integrated AV systems that complement the award-winning building design and that ultimately help academics share information efficiently. In essence, RLS designed systems that blended with the architecture and exceeded Client expectations for performance. The project involved the construction of three, 3-story buildings comprising the Clark Center.