UIC Lecture Hall and Classroom Renovations

UIC Classroom overview

The teaching spaces at the UIC Lecture Center dated from the 1960s. Changing pedagogy and competition with other universities drove the need to renovate these spaces into comfortable and effective teaching environments. The original design had many hard surfaces affecting acoustics, original lighting that did not meet today’s’ standards, along with dated a/v and projection systems. 

Working within the buildings original concept, the new classroom design includes installation of acoustical panels, direct and indirect lighting, and new teaching equipment including both new podiums and a/v systems. New seating was installed and accessible seating areas were created to comply with today’s ADA standards.

Photography by Lambros Photography, Inc.

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