It is completed! I gave you a sneak peak of the College of Medicine last month and now have the final photos. The University of South Florida's College of Medicine is one of my most recent projects. They wanted a renovation to bring the student areas up to date which included the aesthetics and technology throughout classrooms and study environments.
Group Learning is an area of collaborative study areas, multiple classrooms and lecture spaces. The classroom sizes range from small, intimate spaces, that seat about a dozen students, to large lecture rooms that seat over 70 students. All spaces are highly equipped with audio visual technology that includes projectors, projection screens, camera's and flat panel monitors for video conferencing and a wide range of learning/teaching capabilities from off-site locations.
The amount of technology and AV that is incorporated into the Auditorium is incredible and is an innovative place for students to learn. The space includes electronically retractable Skyfold partitions which divide the space into four separate classrooms. Each area is powered with projection screens, audio/visual capabilities, white boards along the partitions and advanced video conferencing.
Photography by Randy Van Duinen
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