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The counter seen in the photos above measures 18′ long x 4′ wide x 3′-6″ high. The base cabinets are made of laminated plywood with six locking doors to one side and a microwave shelf to the other that is large enough to accommodate two consumer-grade microwaves. The top and two ends are clad with 3CM Viatera Lava Ice quartz panels. Visit the Viatera website for a multitude of color choices: http://www.lgviaterausa.com/?tab=tab-1
The interactive exhibit shown in the rendering above was created for presentation to an aerospace engineering university program. The interpretive content centered on three main themes: (1) milestones in the department’s development of lab equipment that eventually flew on the space shuttle Endeavor, (2) the academic and career achievements of one alumnus of the school who became a NASA astronaut and eventually flew in space, and (3) the contemporary and future technological advancements in teaching within the department. To help convey this information, the concept included several pushbutton-driven LED monitors, speakers, and a pushbutton-driven turntable that allowed a visitor to rotate the payload artifact for viewing purposes. The structure included laminated cabinetry, welded aluminum railings with tempered glass panels, UV-printed Sintra graphics, and a rear-lit frosted glass header sign.
The Holt Group installed retail fixtures and football themed graphics at Winston-Salem State University around the middle of September and prior to WSSU’s Homecoming. This new retail space is located in the Field House at Bowman Gray Stadium adjacent to their Hospitality Suite. Store staff will sell Ram apparel and gifts on home game days during their football season.
Kenn Busch writes about the emergence of collective learning environments in universities & colleges as a sociocultural event tied to the changes in corporate culture over the past century. You can read…