New Lanes of Learning

This minimally disruptive renovation has transformed the Sorrell’s Library at Carnegie Mellon University. Accommodating both group activity and focused work, it has become a campus magnet for students to collaborate and concentrate. Click here to read our full project case study.

The renovation underscores that a few thoughtful, strategic moves can make all the difference in how a space is perceived and used by students. We’re delighted that College Planning & Management magazine has shared this project on the cover of their latest issue.

Want to know more about our higher education work? Learn more about how we’re transforming Hillman Library at the University of Pittsburgh, our new residence hall at the University of Cincinnati, or our renovation of Robert Venturi’s Oak Building on the campus of Penn State University.

For some insight on the unique university housing needs of Generation Z, check out this piece by Zachary Zettler, one of our college residential life experts.