Addressing The Changing Role Of Media Centers
SSOE | Stevens & Wilkinson recently completed the interior redesign of Fulton County Schools 14 existing high school media centers, all based on newly-adopted space criteria that acknowledged the changing role of media centers in high schools.
Design elements include new furniture, improved technology, updated finishes, and the re-configuration of staff and student spaces that create flexible, inviting environments for individual study or small group collaboration within several classrooms.
New concepts include a technology bar, learning commons, sandbox classroom, group study rooms, soft lounge seating, computer benching, mobile stacks, and a hands-on project space.
The schools included Bannecker High School, Creekside High School, John’s Creek High School, Milton High School, North View High School, and Roswell High School.