University of Texas at Dallas, Brain Performance Institute

project at a glance

The 62,000 square foot Brain Performance Institute (BPI)  at the University of  Texas at Dallas is home to researchers that translate rapidly emerging scientific brain discoveries into treatments that help neuro patients build and regain healthy brain function as quickly as possible. The facility includes a variety of amenities for patients, who range from athletes with repetitive head injuries and adolescents with ADHD, to seniors with Alzheimer’s disease.

The Institute features flexible office space that can be reconfigured according to individual programming needs, and includes training spaces, an internet café, a meditation garden, and a number of touchdown work areas for patients, family members and visitors alike, as well as two MRIs, classrooms, and administrative offices. The elliptical form of the building's three-story, wraparound glass façade pays tribute to the form of the brain's frontal lobe.

The facility is also home to the Warrior Lounge, designed with valuable input from many veterans being treated for traumatic brain injuries, and their families, a virtual reality lab and a telepresence room which allows interactive training sessions to be broadcast world-wide.

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