College of Engineering
Mekus Tanager assisted the University of Cincinnati in creating a feasibility study and fundraising package for the College of Engineering’s renovation of the 8th floor of Rhodes Hall.
The new design creates a cooperative learning environment with interactive working areas, giving students immediate access to engineering faculty as well as math and science instructors who teach classes in the center. This allows students the ability to get help when they need it, and also to build relationships with faculty members.
The 24-hour center will accommodate 175 students and feature classrooms, open study areas, faculty offices, mobile tables and chairs, an experimental classroom where students can provide immediate electronic feedback to the instructor, and an inviting café area that will encourage camaraderie and social interaction. There also will be a central kiosk housing a receptionist for faculty scheduling.
- Client: University of Cincinnati
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- Services Performed: Interior Design