The University needed a “hands-on” computer lab workroom where students learn how to repair and upgrade computers and high-tech equipment. The program for the space included: individual work stations; storage of tools, hardware components, and reference materials; worktables for group projects; and lecture seating with and without countertops.

The planning solution for the lab places individual workstations and storage along the sidewalls of the room with a set of mobile furnishing components at the center of the space that can be quickly reconfigured for the varied teaching arrangements used within the lab space.

University of MassachusettsBoston, Science Center – Computer Lab


A long table with chairs around it and computers on the wall.

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