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Nov
16
2012

Campus Cafe or Multipurpose Space

Designing a campus cafe?
Need to create a cutting edge, functional multipurpose space?

“The days of purely aesthetic design are behind us. Of course, interiors should look good but, beyond that, they must also provide a greater level of effectiveness. In a campus dining space, that might be enhanced student collaboration or a more inviting place to share food and information, a place to relax or more likely ‘all of the above’.”

—James Williamson, IIDA, ASID, LEED AP BD+C,
president of IIDA International Board of
 Directors (2012-2013) 

 

Falcon’s innovative design concepts can bring highly efficient, multipurpose activity zones to your cafeteria, extending the classroom and creating an interactive social hub. Learn how you can:

 

  • Improve effectiveness by understanding that food service spaces, which are an important part of the contemporary campus, are typically used for a wide variety of important functions.
  • Create the four seating zones to maximize the multipurpose space.
  • Make your campus and active learning zone.
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