Leveraging real estate in lounge spaces, hallways and common areas is simple: give users the means for control, comfort and collaboration. These attributes can change the simplest in-between space into a multipurpose workspace, allowing students to maximize space and support choice and control over their learning.
Learning Spaces-In-Between Spaces
Learning can and should happen everywhere on campus. In between these destination sites are lounges, hallways and other informal areas that can be so much more than transition spaces.