Perspectus Architecture re-imagined the interior finishes and furnishings for the third floor Ken Layden ‘80 Center for Entrepreneurial Solutions, as part of The Joseph & Helen Lowe Institute for Innovation at St. Edward High School.

St. Edward High School

The Layden Center fully capitalizes on the benefits of an active learning environment by creating a physical space to support and enhance classroom learning. It encourages one-on-one interaction, team learning and instruction, group study, presentation prep, as well as large assemblies. The space is designed to prepare students for a work environment where critical thinking, creativity, experimentation, collaboration and communication are the keys to success.

St. Edward High School

Furnished with flexibility in mind, the space features tables that easily combine to allow for a variety of configurations, mobile markerboards, book bag storage, rolling chairs, and powerdocs to allow students to comfortably power up, recharge and stay connected.

St. Edward High School

Perspectus also designed a system of donor recognition and identification signage that was implemented throughout the building.