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JAMES E. ROGERS COLLEGE OF LAW UA

  • Location:

    Tucson

  • Sector:

    Education 

  • Designer:

    Gould Evans

  • Year:

    2008 year

  • Quantity:

    2,000Sqm

  • Application:

  • Product:

    Linear  Aeroscreen  Custom-Made 

The architectural firm Gould Evans (Phoenix) modernized the James E. Rogers College of Law to create a sense of community and reflect the ways students study and interact today. On their way to achieving their goals, the architects found ways to bring natural light in on all three floors, using a central stairwell and light well and by replacing some interior and exterior walls with glass. To control all the sunlight, the Gould Evans design used Aerobrise sun louvres by Hunter Douglas. They also raised the ceilings to further enhance daylighting, using Natura wood ceilings, and Box 4 metal ceilings by Hunter Douglas throughout the space. "We chose those products very early on the design process and almost let them guide us in terms of what the space wanted to be," say Tamara Shroll, the project manager for Gould Evans. Adds Michael Chiorazzi, the Associate Dean, who managed the project, the Hunter Douglas products are "responsible for…dramatic changes in the building."