Carnegie Mellon University - College of Fine Arts|
3,000 square feet - Fine arts studio space for computer education and research
Carnegie Mellon University's College of Fine Arts required a computer cluster to serve five separate schools. TDA responded with a space composed of several
classrooms including lectured instruction, studio and acoustically engineered soundproof rooms, all of which contain facilities for
multimedia capture and editing.
The concept reflected the need for a high degree of flexibility to
accommodate varied instructional techniques and evolving technology. The entry corridor serves as a gallery for student work, as well as a gathering place for the exchange of ideas between the five schools.