So I am actually a guest blogger for this week. My name is Emily Jones. I am the Student Assistant at Academic Support and Facilities Resources. I am an undergraduate in the Interior Design program. Naturally I am very excited about our furniture. I had a class in this room in Fall 2012. Needless to say the room needed some improvement. The slope was crazy steep. Definitely not ideal for any handicapped person. The solution, make tiers for ADA and reduce the slope. The tiers are a great touch. There is also added ADA seating. It is just a tablet on a stand with a rolling chair to be used when not needed for a handicapped person. I like the match between ADA seating and the fixed seating. The room is a match of many neutral colors. This creates a lighter color palette which will not be distracting from the materials which are being presented. I think this room really looks fabulous. I’ve talked about the furniture from a student’s point of view but we got the instructor covered too. So that they will not feel left out there is an instructor stool which matches the rest of the furniture. That helps to create a unified room.