We understand the many masters that academic buildings have to serve. These are places of inspiration, respite and recreation. They allow for collaboration, fellowship and social interaction between faculty and students. They also represent a significant financial investment on the part of the institution that must yield big dividends. We study each academic project with the intent to create a unique experience that captures the spirit of the school and the needs of its people. Our classrooms are designed with various pedagogies and furniture selections in mind, allowing for flexible transitions between different teaching styles and settings. With advancing technology and multiple teaching and learning methodologies in mind, we know the importance of creating contemporary and innovative academic buildings that give students every chance to succeed.
The Stuckeman Family Building for the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, The Pennsylvania State University