Don’t miss this! The New York Times featured the Lassonde Studios in a new article about facilities designed to inspire innovation at campuses around the country. The article, titled “The Innovation Campus: Building Better Ideas,” highlights how the Lassonde Studios and other buildings are paving the way for a new type of environment that is designed to spur creativity and interdisciplinary collaboration. “In many of the new buildings, an industrial look prevails, along with an end to privacy. You are more likely to find a garage door and a 3-D printer than book-lined offices and closed-off classrooms, more likely to huddle with peers at a round table than go to a lecture hall with seats for 100,” the New York Times reports. Read the full story here
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Thanks for this post. I went to RIT, and I think it’s amazing how far campus designs have evolved over the past 10 years. A great display of ingenuity mixed with creativity!