Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL)
Georgia State University
Collins Cooper Carusi helped GSU transform the undesirable into a connected, compelling and engaging center for the University’s mission to promote cutting-edge learning theory and practice.
A flexible, technology-rich classroom space lies at the core of the learning environment, equipped with flexible furniture that can accommodate anywhere from a small group of three to a lecture of 80. An open office configuration surrounds the central learning environment and includes various touch-down space for one-on-one interaction. Other elements include conference rooms, teaching classrooms, recording studios and a break room.
Noteworthy: Previously in the confines of a true basement, CETL’s renovated design extends to the street with a new exterior entry, providing a front door to the center of the GSU campus while offering the connectivity and daylight it previously lacked.