The individual innovation labs in InnovationSPIN are taking shape. Here you can see the lettering of the FORM.BAR lab from the Paderborn-Lippe district crafts association. Generous letters and lighting make the individual areas in the building easily visible.
The staircase is built in and appears filigree and transparent with the LED lighting - a highlight in the future atrium of InnovationSPIN.
The second stair segment has now arrived. Here's the special montage - top to bottom.
A special kind of steel construction arrived at the InnovationSPIN construction site: the first of three flights of stairs to be assembled in the atrium. The approximately 15 meter long sheet steel staircase connects the third floor with the second. The staircase, which connects four floors in the atrium, opens up the building as a sculptural structure that offers insights into the various usage units.
The CIIT (centrum industrial IT) is Germany's first science-to-business center in the field of industrial automation. As part of the Innovation Campus Lemgo, it is in the immediate vicinity of InnovationSPIN. No wonder there was great interest in visiting the new building. Today, 17 employees visited the construction site and were shown through the various floors by Sandra Janczyk.
Last Saturday, June 11th, the TH OWL presented itself with a colorful program on the open day. In addition to various hands-on laboratories, lectures and information stands, the OWL Racing Team presented their self-built racing car. In the future, the team will work in InnovationSPIN and is part of the university's "Mobile" innovation laboratory.
Yesterday, ten employees and students of the Institute for Science in Dialogue at the TH OWL were shown their future jobs in the InnovationSPIN. With three offices, the institute will occupy rooms on the 2nd floor of the building in the future. At the same time, there is still space for a small meeting lounge. In addition, both employees and students can use additional space in the co-working area.
The design of the outdoor area by the Old Hanseatic City of Lemgo already reveals the new Campus Boulevard, which will be part of the Innovation Campus Lemgo in the future. The boulevard gives employees, students and citizens a place to stroll, an opportunity to enjoy a drink on the bistro terrace and to clear their heads.
More than 60 interested people visited the InnovationSPIN on May 1st as part of the REGIONAL event in Lemgo. The visitors explored the building under the expert guidance of the project managers Geraldine and Martin Schwörer as well as Claudia Nolte. They were impressed by the overall architecture - especially by the openness and transparency inside.
A room from the “Digital Media Applications” innovation laboratory in the Lippe district is almost complete. The laboratory takes account of the fact that in the future the use and integration of digital media applications will play a central role in all educational courses.