To create a space that matters one must focus on the needs of the people who will use it. It is easy to create a beautiful space, however if that space does not function for those it was built for it has no point. Currently in the basement of Founders Residence Hall on the Bowling Green State University campus there is an old unused cafeteria space. This space has not only the potential but the ability to become something new, something of use. It is an area that could not only be renovated and redone by the Honors College but a place that could become a home to collaboration on a major scale.
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Holland, Anne, "“For the People: A Collaborative Space Assessment”: A Joyful Interpretation of Room Design" (2021). Honors Projects. 641.
Faculty In Depth Interview Key Points
HNRS 4490- Floor Plan Presentation .pptx (767 kB)
Floor Plan Presentation
HNRS 4490- Student Survey Reponses, data presentation.pptx (79 kB)
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