The Novartis Campus is the global headquarters of Novartis and serves around 8000 employees. It is a modern center for research, development, and management, where work takes place across divisions and teams.
Basel is one of the world’s most important hubs for research and development for Novartis. Forward-looking laboratory models and offices with diverse work and encounter zones now shape the character of this former industrial complex.
Enabling dialogue and collaboration through architecture and spatial design was the vision behind architect Vittorio Magnago Lampugnani’s original master plan for the Novartis Campus in Basel.
On site – what does the Novartis Campus include?
The Novartis Campus is home to office and lab spaces with various workspaces, green spaces and restaurants, cafés, and a smattering of shops and services.
Food & drink
The restaurants and cafés on the Novartis Campus offer a wide range of choices for in-between meals or lunch in the canteen. Plus, you can handle all your day-to-day tasks on the Novartis Campus, thanks to its food shop, pharmacy, post office, and more. The Novartis Campus is inviting for a walk and also has a fitness center.
The Novartis Campus stands for dialog and the exchange of knowledge. That’s why we offer modern infrastructure for events targeted at all kinds of groups in our auditoriums, meeting rooms, or even the Novartis Pavillon.
Art and architecture
The Novartis Campus is home to various pieces of art, plus buildings developed by architects including Frank Gehry, David Chipperfield, and Kazuyo Sejima.
Entdecken Sie die lebensverändernde Kraft und das Potenzial der Medizin im Novartis Pavillon, einem Ort der Begegnung, des Forschens und Lernens.