Luna Genetics was founded in 2018 for the purpose of developing new technologies to capture fetal cells in maternal blood early in pregnancy and use advanced DNA analytic techniques to search for serious genetic abnormalities. This new start-up was looking for space quickly, with the option to move into permanent space as the company grew. Scientia assisted Luna Genetics with fitting out a temporary space to meet CLIA certification and CAP accreditation to perform diagnostic testing. Scientia designed a flexible plan with support rooms on a standard module to allow for changing processes over time. Due to the need to separate functions to meet clinical guidelines, the lab is designed as a series of flexible support rooms working off of a center spline of workstations. Sliding glass doors will allow light to penetrate to the interior support rooms. A new entry is created with glass doors with applied graphics. Offices to be designed to function as single or multiple person offices. Open write-up area outside office area allows natural light into tech area.