Addressing the Changing Role of Media Centers

Stevens & Wilkinson recently completed the interior redesign of Fulton County Schools 14 existing high school media centers, all based on a newly adopted space criteria that acknowledged the changing role of media centers in high schools.

Inviting Environments

Design elements include new furniture, improved technology, updated finishes, and the re-configuration of staff and student spaces that create flexible, inviting environments for individual study or small group collaboration within several classrooms.

New Concepts

New concepts include a Technology Bar, Learning Commons, Sandbox Classroom, Group Study Rooms, Soft Lounge Seating, Computer Benching, Mobile Stacks, and a Hand-On Project Space.

Stevens & Wilkinson renovated 14 existing high school media centers. The schools included Bannecker High School, Creekside High School, John’s Creek High School, Milton High School, North View High School, and Roswell High School.

ClientFulton County Schools LocationAtlanta, Georgia Project Size14 Media Centers; Renovation – 8,230 Gross Square Feet – 9,600 Gross Square Feet; Total – 125,845 Gross Square Feet