High Comfort for Higher Education
How can higher education institutions ensure that students can transition from learning to working in an ever-changing technological workplace?
Spatial design is a process in which elements such as High Volume, Low Speed (HVLS) fans are used to achieve the goal of creating education spaces that encourage productivity and collaboration.
With a goal of spatial design, Southeast Technical Institute in Sioux Falls, South Dakota developed a new student hub facility using MacroAir fans to provide a comfortable climate for this unique educational space.
Delivering an Enhanced Learning Environment
Southeast Tech Institute is a vibrant technical training campus that inspires student growth through teaching viable technological skills. Their newest facility is a sustainable and visually engaging environment designed as a student gathering point. The new facility features advance technology labs with comfortable study spaces, which prepare students to collaborate with the business leaders of Sioux Falls.
Creating High Comfort for Higher Education
MacroAir fans are an integral part of creating a space for Southeast Tech’s students to learn how to function in an advanced workforce environment. The fans create a comfortable space that helps foster idea creation and critical communication.
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“As I was designing the common space, the very early images in my mind included HVLS fans. With the large volume of space, I knew the fans would provide great air circulation and stand out. They are a noticeable feature in the rhythm of the ceiling design”.
– Michelle L. Klobassa, Principal Senior Architect, TSP