Form and Function
Many of the new buildings on campus not only have state of the art labs and classrooms but unique architectural details as well. Like this series of water fountains in the Life Sciences Building. Our marketing director pointed it out to me while we were scouting locations for a photo shoot.
The Life Sciences Building houses College of Agricultural Sciences faculty working as part of the Huck Institute for the Life Sciences. CAS faculty are in leadership positions in areas from molecular toxicology and carcinogenesis to immunology and infectious disease. They research human disease, animal disease and more.
None of that explains the elegant water fountain configuration but I’m glad to see them.