This is a project I did while working for the University of Cincinnati’s Design College. The basic problem is to create a durable, but flexible system that allowed many different possible setups for a single given space. The solution was to basically build to systems, the first being series of permanent glass partitions that would act as a frame for the second system, which was a movable locker wall system that simply fit into the opening in the glass partition. So together they form a complete wall, that separates studios, seminar rooms, critique spaces, or are moved to the side to make one open space, depending on the needs at the time.
The Movable Locker Wall system is simply cabinets with castors on jacks attached on the inside of the cabinet, so that the base rises off the floor and can be rolled into position whenever it needs to be moved.
This project was designed, built and rendered in Revit. The images shown above are just a few out of many possibilities.