ASU E-SPACE INNOVATION LAB, PHASE II
Adaptive Reuse/ Laboratory Expansion
$730,000 construction budget.
Completed August 2012
The studio renovation is an adaptive re-use of the laboratory space located facing an internal courtyard in the 1960's designed Ralph Haver Engineering F-wing. The glass enclosure that became a symbol of the eSpace initiative was reintroduced allowing the new labs a degree of transparency to the courtyard. Structural mediation was implemented in a concealed manner in order to introduce the large expanse of glass. The studios share all the tools and technology provided in the first round of studios but the ability to combine both studios into a signle space was added in this renovation with a sound rated movable partition system that also acts as a writing surface when closed.
Project Architect, Project Designer
Architect of Record: OWPP/Cannon Design
Photography by Bill Timmerman