Centrally located on the second floor, the amoeba-shaped Learning oasis provides workstations for collaborative work. Just outside it, Corian benching counters offer additional study space and reading nooks that are washed in natural light from a row of skylights above. Glass-fronted rooms along the corridor offer an enclosed and quiet study alternative.
Double-height glazing provides views and ample natural light to the open faculty and staff workstation zone, as well as offices. its position beside an open study area helps foster interaction between students and faculty.
Photography by Scott Pease Photography