The Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center is a model of student-centered design. Its learning environments and curricular programming reinforce a commitment to excellence in teaching, innovation, research, and service. Flat and tiered technology-infused classrooms in a variety of applications enable multi-curricular content delivery with flexible furniture and mobile technologies. Informal learning spaces include gathering areas, study space, team rooms, break out space, conference and training rooms, and four cafes. Two green roofs support experiential learning and sustainability. The project included the renovation and restoration of Holzapfel Hall, which is now home to the Academy for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. The design team rehabilitated the exterior wall assembly, restored the original single-pane, double-hung windows, added interior storm windows, and carefully restored the slate roof and metal cornice.