The Department of Magical Education: Studios Architecture Works Wonders at Georgetown University

Studios Architecture gave the Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies in Washington a four-level atrium. Photography by Bruce Damonte.

An aperture in a powder-coated steel screen, composed of custom-perforated off-the-shelf panels, gives anyone seated at the counter in the lounge behind an unobstructed atrium view. Photography by Bruce Damonte.

The 1980’s building was originally a television studio. Photography by Bruce Damonte.

Engineered oak panels frame the doorways of classrooms. Photography by Bruce Damonte.

UNStudio lounge chairs and Lievore Altherr Molina task chairs dot the student commons. Photography by Bruce Damonte.

Flooring is terrazzo. Photography by Bruce Damonte.

A stepped form in the student commons can double as seating or a stage. Photography by Bruce Damonte.

Polyester covers the 125 chairs in the lecture hall. Photography by Bruce Damonte.

In the staff café, a vinyl mural depicts skylines of the international cities where Georgetown operates programs. Photography by Bruce Damonte.

Back-painted glass paneling anchors a service nook. Photography by Bruce Damonte.

A canopy shelters part of the student commons. Photography by Bruce Damonte.

Low-iron glass separates the atrium from the sidewalk. Photography by Bruce Damonte.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Bruce Damonte.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Bruce Damonte.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Bruce Damonte.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Bruce Damonte.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Bruce Damonte.

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