The G. Homer Durham Hall at Arizona State University, the top-ranked research university in the greater Phoenix area, underwent it’s first renovation in fifty years, with the intent of updating the building to reflect the modern learning environment. This building, which houses classrooms for Languages and Literature studies, features varied classroom settings including tiered seating, mobile/flexible seating, and ADA compliant height adjustable seating. Steelcase, OFS, Sit On It, and KI pieces can be found throughout each of the 40 colorful spaces.

Location: Tempe, AZ

Photographer: Taylor Hudson

Architect: Ayers Saint Gross

Construction: Okland Construction

Date Completed: July 2020

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