Technology today shapes students’ everyday experiences in ways previous generations never imagined possible.
Colleges campuses are undergoing rapid change as institutions explore new learning models to engage an increasingly diverse student population. This evolving change is inspiring new approaches to planning learning spaces and campus facilities.
Learning demands are growing. Economic and community pressures are driving change at an unprecedented rate. Can learning environments keep up?
While all clients have unique needs – and academic institutions and Fortune 500 companies have vastly different purposes and missions – the fundamental concept of successfully modifying people’s workplace begins and ends with managing the process.
Student demographics are constantly evolving as new generations step onto college campuses for the first time.
The Fresno team for Tangram Interiors recently completed a remodeling of the Career Technical Education (CTE) classrooms at Sunnyside High School in Fresno, Calif.
Steelcase Inc. today announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Smith System Manufacturing Company, a Texas-based manufacturer of furniture for the preK-12 education market.
School districts and education providers with limited resources, appetites for innovation, or mandates for sustainable development practices can find substantial value in converting commercial properties to schools.
A well-thought-out wayfinding system takes into consideration the first-time-user – a prospective student or community member, for example – and that person’s limited familiarity with the campus.
Regardless of size or scope, any campus project has the potential to make a significant contribution to the vitality of an institution.
How can we create environments that promote innovation? This question holds relevance across a range of industries, from business, science and technology to education, government and beyond.
Teachers spend countless hours creating an environment for students to thrive in. Students are not the only ones who benefit from a supportive school culture. As lifelong learners, teachers need spaces to develop too.
As we witness radical change in what we’re learning and how we learn, the spaces in which we learn are going through equally radical change.
Districts across the map are faced with educating students in outdated facilities every day, and new construction isn’t always the answer when funds are limited.
Gnosi’s flowing lines and continuous curves were conceived by Marcelo Alegre of Alegre Design in Valencia, Spain.
Imagine a future where buildings and infrastructure are 100 percent utilized and 100 percent responsive.
The University of Maryland is one of a number of institutions across the country that is re-designing its physical spaces to better achieve the teaching and learning outcomes the university has identified as optimal, as it looks to move away from the traditional professor-at-the-front lecture style.