HealthcareNeuroscience Center Planned In Denmark

Neuroscience Center Planned In Denmark


The new Danish Neuroscience Center is being planned in Aarhus, Denmark, and will connect with the existing campus of the Aarhus University Hospital.

The six-story facility will provide Aarhus University Hospital with study and treatment facilities for physical and mental brain diseases.

It will include a reception area, large central atrium, and an interactive public exhibition and presentation area displaying the hospital’s latest research. Clinics, café, and publicly accessible terraces are also planned.

The 215,000-square-foot center is slated to receive a Danish green building standard.

The project team will include architecture firm Bjarke Ingels Group (Copenhagen, Denmark).



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