Designed for a competition, this campus master plan was inspired by the double helix and the electrophoresis forms of the DNA.INI is providing master planning, architecture, interior design, building and site engineering, and landscape architecture services for this campus master plan. The campus has three distinct yet well-connected zones - Academic, Residential and Agricultural. At the heart of the campus is the iconic auditorium. The buildings are oriented on the east-west axis for maximum light gain and minimum solar heat gain, and placed such that meaningful negative spaces are created. The forms of the laboratory buildings are functional yet dramatic. A strong sustainable landscape strategy weaves the campus together into a cohesive whole.