AOS Interior Environments | LSU Patrick F. Taylor Hall
Designed by Perkins+Will and Coleman Partners Architects, LSU's Patrick F. Taylor Hall renovation and expansion houses the LSU College of Engineering  Completed in 2017, the project includes a 130,000 square foot expansion of the existing 300,000 square foot building, and it is now the largest academic building on LSU's campus and in Louisiana and one of the largest freestanding academic buildings in the U.S. The design stems from the theme "Engineering on Display" and supports 21st century learning, providing students and faculty a variety of spaces for collaboration and independent work so they can choose how they prefer to learn, gather and work. AOS helped procure lounge seating that demonstrates the spirit of LSU with gold fabrics against the purple textures and its commitment to modern teaching methods, education and research.
LSU College of Engineering, Coleman Partners Architects, Perkins+Will Architects, Louisiana State University, education design, higher education design, contract furniture for education, lounge seating
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LSU Patrick F. Taylor Hall

 

Designed by Perkins+Will and Coleman Partners Architects, LSU’s Patrick F. Taylor Hall renovation and expansion houses the LSU College of Engineering  Completed in 2018, the project includes a 130,000 square foot expansion of the existing 300,000 square foot building, and it is now the largest academic building on LSU’s campus and in Louisiana and one of the largest freestanding academic buildings in the U.S. The design stems from the theme “Engineering on Display” and supports 21st century learning, providing students and faculty a variety of spaces for collaboration and independent work so they can choose how they prefer to learn, gather and work. AOS helped procure lounge seating that demonstrates the spirit of LSU with gold fabrics against purple textures and supports its commitment to modern teaching methods, education and research.

 

LOCATION

Baton Rouge, LA

 

YEAR OF COMPLETION

2018

 

ARCHITECTS

Coleman Partners Architects

Perkins+Will

 

GENERAL CONTRACTOR

The Lemoine Company

 

PHOTOGRAPHER

Chad Chenier

Category
Education, Science + Research