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Woods Bagot Completes MUSE at Macquarie University

 - Apr 15, 2014
References: woodsbagot & designboom
Learning spaces vary in terms of layout and design, but when it comes to finding a room that meets all of the needs of students, this latest development by Woods Bagot sets the bar high. The firm consulted with multiple students on the project to ensure all needs were met, and the result is a high-tech space complete with re-purposed desks, splashes of color and areas to collaborate.

More and more research shows how spaces that encourage collaboration can induce better creativity and more concentration. Woods Bagot recognized this need for students to come together to work, and as such went with a more open-concept area, as well as providing spaces for people needing a bit of privacy. Photo Credits: designboom, woodsbagot