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The Institute of Bio-Organic Chemistry of the Academy of Science of USSR in Moscow was designed and executed as a system of independent buildings having basement, groundfloor plus six floors with the total area of 90,000 m2.
Giproni an USSR, Arhitekt
L. A. Lichik, BSc (arch.); A. S. Panfilij, BSc (arch.); J. P. Platonov, BSc (arch.); L. B. Shiljga, BSc (arch.) (Giproni an USSR)
Dragoslav Petkovic, BSc (arch.) and Petar Petkovic, BSc (arch.)
Goran Kolic, BSc (mech. eng.); Milena Vukanic, BSc (arch.) and Zorka Pavlovic, BSc (arch.)
They are concentrated and interconnected by the main corridor along the central diagonal axis of the complex. Each of the individual buildings is under the angle of 45o in relation to the axis of the system, thus providing the optimum conditions regarding communications, use of space and illumination of the premises.
The complex consists of:
§ administrative block with a central hall, a restaurant, two conference halls (capacity 150 and 800 seats), hall for the scientific council, offices, technical premises and a central control system;
§ production-research block with the system of the most modern laboratories in the field of bio-organic chemistry and genetic engineering;
§ main corridor with supporting services, a restaurant, a swimming pool and a gym.