Over time, building 11 was broken up into small rooms with interior drywall and the original beamed ceiling was covered with acoustic tile and florescent tube lights.
Brick worked with the college to create a warm, light-filled space for their human resources and administrative functions. The design makes most of the existing natural wood ceiling with an added skylight. The wood was revived with an abrasion technique that uses crushed walnut hulls.
All of the windows were replaced and additional window openings were added to accommodate a new office configuration designed around a central gathering place below the new skylight.