The building renovations of the Missouri State University is completed by the architect Dake | Wells Architecture. This university is located in Springfield, Missouri, USA. This great building renovations which covers an area for about 5,000 square meters is progressed in 2010.
The Missouri State University building renovations
This building renovations of a Cheek Hall of the Missouri State University is provided a new classrooms and a computer lab for the mathematics department of the campus. At the intersection of the corridors, an informal student lounge space is defined by a donut of green; it is marking the transition from one department to another. Which is encouraging the interaction between the students and the faculty, the donut claims the corridor itself as a part of the lounge. The flexible seating and an interactive glass wall are supported the brainstorming and study. Isaac Newton terminates the central corridor and it is keeps watch the study lounge.
The interior design of the space which is being renovated is very fresh and interesting. The architect uses the fresh wall painting like a yellow and a green paint. It is combinated with the white painting in the corridor makes this building renovations spaces as a contemporary interior design. Nice!
- Architect: Dake | Wells Architecture
- Location: Springfield, Missouri, USA
- Project Type: Building renovations
- Project Area: 5,000 sqf
- Project Year: 2010
- Photographs: Architectural Imageworks