Pyron 7719

Imagine a world of toxicity. The most viral of diseases hitting mankind so ruthlessly, mercilessly, attempting to eradicate the last breathing being.

A virus-centric world then needs to come into context. Where the need for public relations and human relationship becomes entirely irrelevant to expedite the production of vaccines. The PYRON 7719 portrays an extreme example.

This project is situated on St. John’s island, a place not unaccustomed to ails and maladies. It begins with a new jetty, where the specimen-carrying vessel can attach itself to, carrying out the process of adsorption. During entry, the specimens will then walk in, out of the vessel, onto the jetty and on the island, lodging in the existing huts. These are the specimen colonies, as how there were leper colonies not long ago on the same island.

Vaccine-producing laboratories facilitate replication, designed in an efficient linear manner. Three rectilinear spaces are manifested into laboratories, with rows of sterilization cubicles forming the boundaries between one section from another. The end of the research spaces reveals an amphitheatrical space that has a wide-ranging view of all the specimens under observation. They are housed in life-sized glass vials, shelved on concrete floor slabs, incarcerated within the crater. Post-laboratory spaces envelop the release expanse, allowing for service spaces that will provide for the preparation of vaccines that will be introduced to the specimens in the vials.

PYRON 7719 is an augmented clinical trial. It is no different from what is already happening in laboratories. It is simply designed to assist the vaccine fabrication.