Designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, The Florida International University Alvah H. Chapman Jr. Graduate School of Business serves as an academic mixed-use facility accommodating faculty and administrative offices, conference rooms, auditorium, as well as two open public courtyards. Architects KPF developed a two-phase design creating two distinct communities of students and faculty, the courtyards being the linking element between them. The phased design creates two distinct communities one for students, another for faculty linked by proximity, formal expression, and materials. Phase One houses classrooms, administrative offices, a multipurpose facility, a 300-seat auditorium, and student support spaces. Phase Two contains academic centers and faculty offices. Interior Scope included Interior Design services, Space Planning and FF&E. The FIU Chapman Graduate School of Business received the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design American Architecture Award (2008) and the Construction Association of South Florida Craftsmanship Awards (2008).
Credits Interior Design by KPF (prior to Spaceworks)
Credits Photography by H.G. Esch and Claudia Uribe