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There's nothing quite like seeing all the smart design work of our clients come to life in real-world environments. Below you'll find a variety of examples of how designers are using the extraordinary line of workspace furnishings available through Source Four to help people live, work, learn and heal.

Distance Education Building Beta Classroom at Utah State University Logan Campus

Distance Education Building Beta Classroom at Utah State University Logan Campus

Izzy+ and Source Four attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony on October 3rd, 2012 where the Utah governor Gary Herbert spoke about how this project is an important step towards making higher education more accessible and how the classrooms provide a new way to learn. “It exemplifies a lot of things we are trying to do to be more innovative in our approach to education, and creative in how we link people to education,” said Governor Herbert, in a Moab Sun News article. Izzy+ will be returning to the beta site soon to do follow-up research.
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Engaging Libraries for the Public

Engaging Libraries for the Public

Anythink Libraries’ Mission Statement: “We Open Doors for Curious Minds.” Rangeview Library District serves the residents of Adams County through its seven Anythink libraries serving the communities of Bennett, Brighton, Commerce City, Northglenn, Thornton and the Perl Mack neighborhood of Denver.
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Library Design for Generation Y

Library Design for Generation Y

William Robertson Coe Library was built in May of 1956. Typical of the modular architectural style which was very popular during the 1950s, the building welcomed the expansion of a new wing in 2010.
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The Next Generation in Learning

The Next Generation in Learning

Part of Albuquerque Public Schools and located on the Del Norte High School campus, nex+ Gen (pronounced Next Gen) is a successful small school model of 400 students that opened in the Fall of 2010 to grades 9 and 10.
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