Payette crafts tapering stainless steel fins for the facade of Northeastern’s EXP building

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Architect: Payette
Location: Boston
Completion Date: 2023

EXP, a brand new science facility for Northeastern University, opened to students earlier this year. Located between Boston’s Roxbury and Fenway neighborhoods, EXP, designed by Payette, allows for the expansion of the school’s scientific research and education programs. The research and laboratory building is distinctive for its dynamic shading system comprised of stainless steel fins engineered to eliminate heat gain and control natural lighting.

The EXP building, and its neighbor ISEC, sit on the other side of Ruggles station from Northeastern’s primary campus. (Billie Weiss)

EXP is adjacent to Northeastern’s Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex

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