Description: These study locations can be found on the opposite side of the walls that house the
elevators. With the west wall being entirely made of floor to ceiling windows, these
spaces are very well lit and have a very open feel to them. As you go up higher and
higher, the view gets better and better.
About This Space: Each of these spaces really is "a diamond in the rough". The layout is exactly the
same on each of the six floors. The space is divided in half, with tables on one side
and couches or single seating on the opposite.
The couches and single seating areas are closest to the windows and normally surround
a low table. These sections of the space can hold anywhere from four to six people,
depending upon the individual configuration.
The other half of this study space is made of long tables with fixed seating. Outlets
can be found near these tables and, depending on the floor, there are enough seats
to accommodate six to eight people at a time. There are three of these kinds of tables
found on each floor.
Although the seating would accommodate large study groups, this space is ideal for
groups of four people or less, to keep the noise level to a minimum.