In these lean times, it is more important than ever to maximize design impact within limited budgets. This is especially true for institutional clients where the expectation of quality is always balanced with the appearance as well as the reality of expense. We have developed a thoughtful approach to achieve this balance which was recently featured as the cover story in College Planning & Management magazine. The story focuses on the 5 fundamental principles we applied to the Barker Reading Room renovation at MIT and the restoration of Lyman Hall at Brown University to help these institutions revitalize culturally significant spaces on campus:
- Align the project around the institutional goals of the project.
- Utilize and design from your assets – they’re free!
- Adapt the design to programming realities.
- Use resources creatively and efficiently
- Stay nimble and informed
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