Renovations to the fifth and sixth floors of the West Mall Building at The University of Texas School of Architecture (UTSoA) were completed in 2018. They provide much needed digital classrooms, a dedicated pin-up gallery and new spaces for the Center for Sustainable Development and the Transportation Research Consortium. “The spaces are refined, yet raw,” says Page Senior Associate and UTSoA 2011 graduate, Jonathan Schwarz. “We are bringing more daylight into both floors and helping to manage the harsh western light during the evenings.”

The existing offices on the fifth floor were entirely removed and replaced with three digital classrooms, a pin-up gallery and conference rooms. Exposed concrete floors and ceilings will frame floor-to-ceiling glazing defining the classrooms. The digital classrooms have capacity for approximately 30 to 40 students and feature fully integrated technology with large screens … read more at

The space features an artwork installation by UT professor Kory Bieg who designed the wall with a team of students. Read more about the ONDA wall here.