Learning is not restricted to a desk or even a certain space anymore. Lounges, hallways, and other informal areas can and should be used for much more than a corridor for students to move from point A to point B. Utilizing in-between spaces allows individuals and groups to adapt these multipurpose learning environments to their needs.
Providing students with workspace options that suit their needs. Private cubicles offer areas for quiet reflection and are suitable for focused studying. “Alone Together” workstations with convenient laptop tables and built-in plugins deliver similar benefits while allowing students to feel visually connected to their peers.
Staff areas are multi-use and dynamic, supporting the staff and students who need to meet in the spaces. Private offices allow staff to work privately, or meet with students and other staff. Collaborative spaces for idea sharing and meetings, adaptable for small presentations or large gatherings, and also places to unwind and recharge.