Category Archives: Performance Venue

Open Space and the Public Realm on a University Campus

Open Space and the Public Realm on a University Campus

Imagine you are walking along the path of your routine commute from point A to point B. What does it look like? Why did you choose that path to your destination? Is it safe? Is it inviting? Is it scenic? As designers, we incorporate our stakeholders’ comments and our expertise of landscape architecture to create a vision that captures a space’s sense of purpose, beauty and function. We believe that in addition to a college or university’s architectural components, the….

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Butler Arts Venue Embraces Bold Design

Butler Arts Venue Embraces Bold Design

Opened in spring 2013, The LEED Gold certified Howard L. Schrott Center for the Performing and Visual Arts is the newest performance hall at Butler University. The 450-seat venue for music and theater is located near Clowes Memorial Hall, and responds to the theater and music departments’ need for a mid-sized performance facility. The design meets the particular requirements of choral, orchestral, and theatrical productions, and includes a lobby, green room, dressing rooms, and other support spaces. The exterior design….

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Creative Space Meets High Performance Design

Creative Space Meets High Performance Design

More than a reflection of the architectural shell, the interior design and furniture selection were crafted to respond to the needs of the users and the functions within each space. Taking into account flexibility and ease of storage, the faculty studios were furnished and arranged to reflect each professor’s teaching methods, thus maximizing their interactions with students. Public spaces provide a variety of learning environments ranging from high-top cafe tables to mobile lounge chairs, quiet, private alcoves to open public….

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