Design

A Flexible Space That Fosters Community and Collaboration

​According to a recent survey of seniors at Trinity and peer colleges, Trinity students are more likely than their peers to work in start-ups and small businesses after graduation. How can we best prepare students for this environment in which they may work? We think the answer is by creating a flexible co-working type of environment that fosters collaboration and nurtures creativity.

The Constitution Plaza planning committee has been working closely with JCJ Architecture and Enterprise Builders to design space that will be easy to modify as different programs take shape; flexible office and meeting space and a makerspace are essential aspects of the plan. Technology that is adaptable and portable and IdeaPaint, transforming a wall into a dry-erase canvas, have been incorporated into the design.​

 
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