Designing for the Future
Higher education has a unique opportunity to influence not only the students and staff who occupy the classrooms, residence halls and administrative areas on a campus, but also the community in which it’s located. You can set a strong example of the power of design to create learning, living and working spaces that drive creativity and productivity while working with the environment, not against it.
Long lasting performance and a positive environmental impact
Of course you want to go as easy on budgets and maintenance staffs as you do on the environment. But since Interface's climate neutral, modular carpet tiles install with zero glue and as little as 1.5% waste, are spill- and stain-resistant, and can be individually and quickly replaced, we’re also a sensible option. Higher education institutions that consider the whole lifecycle choose Interface because they understand the holistic leveraged impact of their choices.
Frank and Laura Lewis Library, LaGrange College
Location LaGrange, GA Photos Nathan Bolster
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Do it right. So the school brought in some experts. to work with. With the help of Jay K. Lucker, Director of Libraries for MIT, real estate developer Partners Development, and sustainable building consultants Southface and Holley Henderson of H2 Ecodesign, a LEED Silver building was born.
Georgia Perimeter College
Location Clarkston, GA Photos Nathan Bolster
Daniel E. Cracchiolo Law Library
Location Tucson, AZ Photos ©Ronald Bishop
Location Atlanta, GA Photos Nathan Bolster
As Supervisor of Interior Design for Emory University, one of the nation’s leading research universities and home to one of the Southeast’s premiere healthcare systems, Stephanie Davies-Dickinson covers a lot of ground. With help from Interface, she’s covered a lot of it with carpet tile.Read this case study
Ohio State University
Location Columbus, OH Photo ©Feinknopf Photography
Virginia Commonwealth University - James Branch Cabell Library
Location Richmond, VA Photos ©Al Wekelo