CI’s Design Team is pleased to unveil the designs of the new Classroom concepts by creating a unique gateway experience for the students. Conceived as a “learning loft,” the design idea features expansive floor-to-floor heights to accommodate new signature classrooms. These new classrooms will accommodate the evolving academic needs of one of the nation’s top public universities/schools and will include student seats in a variety of learning configurations, including auditorium seats, classroom seats “in the round” and other active learning classroom designs.
The design team has worked closely on a series of interactive classrooms that illustrate CI’s commitment to continue to be a world-class interior design firm. The concept is designed to be purposeful while engaging the campus fabric as a gateway to the university/school,” said Rabih Ela, CI’s Design Principal. Composed of limestone, granite, and terra cotta, the classroom buildings’ design is composed of a cadence of columns and glazed openings that are powerful in scale.
CI has earned a reputation for excellence in all design aspects, including architecture, consulting, engineering, and planning services. The 300+-person firm serves clients in a broad range of market sectors including Healthcare, Workplace, Housing, Mixed-Use, Science + Technology, Higher Education, and Pre K-12 + Community Education from offices in seven worldwide locations.
As a fully-integrated, multi-disciplinary architecture, CI offers architecture, planning, interior design, landscape architecture and site planning, structural engineering, and construction services focusing on education, healthcare, and corporate market sectors. For the students of tomorrow CI is working, and offering complete turnkey solutions for a futuristic, modern, and effective university/school starting from scratch with interior design and heading to modern sophisticated furniture crafted by our best European factories including all audiovisual systems. We believe that the essence of interior design will always be about people and how they are educated. It is about the realities of what makes for an attractive, civilized, meaningful environment. This is a continuous CI’s job.