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