Plans have been released for an office and research complex located within NASA’s Research Park in Silicon Valley. The project, designed to “expand the frontiers of knowledge,” will be designed by architecture firm HOK, the University of California Berkley, developer SKS Partners and landscape architecture firm Field Operations. The project comprises 1.4 million square feet of office and research space and will include a series of glass-clad low-rise buildings as well as open spaces.
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