UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND CLASSROOMS
This classroom redesign uses modern, reconfigurable furniture to facilitate a collaborative learning environment. It also utilizes softer lighting, vibrant finishes, and flexible workspaces to spark creative thinking and increased engagement in the updated space.
As classroom needs evolve, the class spaces need to as well. This classroom went from a more lecture-centered design to a technology-focused orientation that helps facilitate small group discussions. Smartboards, softer lighting, and updated pallet make this windowless space more inviting.
By changing the orientation of the room and incorporating ergonomic seating, this law school classroom feels more like the workforce that students will be entering and facilitates higher class engagement and professionalism.
LAW OFFICE REDESIGN
The redesigned layout allowed for three full workstations, a clear point of contact upon entry, and a more delineated space for waiting. The middle partition wall was moved back and the entry to the kitchen relocated to the other side in order to accommodate a centralized copy location.
Before, the space had two workspaces, a small intern space, a kitchenette, and storage. A third workspace was required in addition to relocating the main point of entry to the office space and creating a central location for making copies.
VCU MASSEY CANCER CENTER OFFICE RELOCATION
The Development Office of the Massey Cancer Center relocated to a new building. An inventory of assets was created, plans drawn to scale, a space planning analysis was created, and then the moving process was overseen to completion.