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CCIS, view of Quad
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This panorama was taken inside the Centennial Centre for Interdisciplinary Science (CCIS) on the North Campus of the University of Alberta. In this image the open core of the building, the open space on the main floor outlooking quad, a coffee shop, and an express food venue are visible.

This building is the first of its kind in Canada and represents an interdisciplinary approach to scientific discovery. This building is LEED-certified to afford maximum visibility and light distribution throughout the buildings core. By controlling solar heat gain and glare, the building requires less artifical lighting and less heating, ventilating and air conditioning, resulting in a more comfortable, sustainable and energy-efficient environment.

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Geüpload: 09/03/2012
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Tags: indoors; university of alberta; ccis; science; quad; coffee; edmonton; north campus
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