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  MIT Laboratory for Advanced Materials Showcases Innovative Research  
   
 
The new Laboratory for Advanced Materials (LAM) is a shared facility for researchers from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering to pursue joint interdisciplinary projects, using advanced equipment and a flexible array of lab services that support many types of investigation. The LAM features floor-to-ceiling glass walls on MIT’s busy “Infinite Corridor” through which passersby can see researchers and students at work.

The LAM is the third in a series of IKM renovation projects on the “Infinite Corridor” that have created public-facing materials science and engineering laboratories. Together the LAM, the NanoLab and the Undergraduate Teaching Laboratory represent MIT’s willingness to engage the public and highlight new collaborative ways of working at the frontiers of science.   More project details...

LAM Photos: Chris Johnson Photography
 
   
  Imai Keller Moore is Pleased to Announce Shaughn MacGilvray as Associate  
 
Shaugn Photo
IKM benefits from an outstanding cast of talented young architects.
Our newest Associate, Shaughn MacGilvray, is one example. Shaughn joined the firm as an intern in 2005. Since then he has received his BArch (graduating at the top of his class), and become a Registered Architect.

During the last four years, Shaughn has worked on commercial/mixed use projects in ME and MA, as well as projects for private educational institutions in New England. His most recent responsibilities have been as job captain for two new academic projects – a new 15,000 sf Meeting and Performance Hall at the Fenn School in Concord, MA, and a new 16,000 sf Music Building for Washington Adventist University in Maryland, set to begin construction this fall.

 
   
 
Imai Keller Moore Architects is an architecture and urban design office that provides comprehensive building design and traditional town planning. The principals participate in the day-to-day work of each project, respect the imperatives of program, site, budget, and schedule, and maintain a commitment to design excellence. ikm office photo
 
 
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