This is an illustration of a laboratory floor layout. Whether you're setting up a high school chemistry lab or constructing a medical research center, it's critical to carefully plan and design your laboratory architecture. Science labs must not only fulfill particular safety and accessibility criteria, but they must also be constructed to fit the unique demands of the lab in issue. There are certain unchangeable realities that everyone can agree on: the structure and architecture of a lab is designed to facilitate scientific research as smooth as feasible while keeping researchers as comfortable as possible. Optimal lab design is being able to do so without the addition of more personnel, all while increasing productivity and reducing errors along the route. Please do not hesitate to edit this template and create your own diagram in EdrawMax.