Building 60, known as the Creative Content Building, was part of the first wave of buildings to be completed on campus, providing much-needed offices, a video studio, and collaborative spaces by converting an existing brick building and smokestack.
The original exposed, steel trusses were used to float meeting spaces, allowing occupants to have “tree houses” above the office areas. The design created an open layout of workstations dotted with all-glass enclosed meeting rooms and offices. A double-height space at the first floor is used as “common area” for eating lunch, holding impromptu meetings, or untraditional workspace.
The interior brick wall was stripped of paint to expose the original brick color and texture and curved wood accent walls were utilized to “warm up” the space. The video studio incorporates a lighting grid and green screen. The mezzanine just outside studio allows views into studio space via an acoustical glass wall.